That's because CNN and FNN and MSNBC aren't there to inform, they're there to reinforce.
People are going to their channel/site with preformed opinions and all they want is to see/read things that confirm that their worldview is correct. They can't stand to have their beliefs challenged. They want the illusion of being open-minded while secretly wanting to wall themselves up in their ideology like an old blanket fort the adults can't come into.
So people who dislike DCS don't want any positive news more than glossed over while every flaw must be erected, inspected, and dissected to the nth degree. If there's an fps problem, and the preview says "there are some fps issues in the beta currently", they want 17 graphs and videos and full-page ads in the NYT about them, not one phrase. They consider it shilling for ED by making it look like something people might actually want to buy.
Conversely, the "fanboi" crowd only wants drool and hype and rainbows and unicorns with any legitimate criticism being banished and worthy of crucifixion. That same preview would be slammed for its single "fps issues" comment because "it's a BETA!" and "still WIP!" and "you have an axe to grind!" and similar nonsense.
Quite simply we live in a world now where the center is considered the domain of the weak and unprincipled, and extreme opinions are the only ones worth having. Everyone wants everyone else, and everything, to fit under neat labels. Whatever your opinion is, it better conform to their preconceived notions or they can't comprehend it. Tell someone you want a strong military and support gay marriage and watch their heads explode.