Arguments ≠ complaints. Highlighting all of the negatives and virtually none of the positives to rationalize a conclusion he likely came to before even sitting down to play isn't a review.
Some of his complaints are legitimate, although the claim of "boring story" seems contrary to majority of the other reviews. As I commented on the site, it seems like a list of things that he doesn't like about the game than a review which should encompass all aspects of the game, good or bad.
But Quaxi is right about Metacritic assigning its own score, and that not having a score is possibly a good thing. As to the review itself, I have some doubts.