Review Guidelines and Scoring System

We aim to get our reviews posted on the site as quickly as possible, taking into full consideration when we receive the product, how long the game takes (or how many features the product contains), and our personal schedules. We will never publish a review before we are entirely sure that everything we want to say is backed up, and we are comfortable with it. We do not have a set length for our reviews. However, we try our hardest to cover every facet of what the game or product has to offer.


We utilize a FIVE-STAR scoring system for our games/products.

  • 1.0 – 1.5 means that we believe the game is missable.
  • 2.0 means that we believe that game will only be acceptable to certain fans.
  • 2.5 means that this game is middle of the road, maybe something you would play if you’re bored.
  • 3.0 – 3.5 means that the game may have problems, but it is still largely enjoyable.
  • 4.0 – 4.5 means that the game is a near masterpiece with a small foible.
  • 5.0 means that the game is a masterpiece (or the G*dd*mn Batman.)

Review Criteria:
All of our reviews consist of 5 criteria; Story, Presentation, Gameplay, Replay Value, and Final Thoughts, all of which may not be applicable depending on what genre of game/item is being reviewed

Not all game has a story. Sometimes the background, development process or narrative may be discussed in lieu of the story. We will forego this review section whenever a game being reviewed lacks a story element. Sports games will usually have this section unscored.

When it comes to presentation, the focus lies on how the game looks…mostly. Other things that will be discussed in this section include, but are not limited to, how the game runs on the platform it’s being reviewed on, any bugs in the system, as well as the way sound is implemented, and the ambiance/atmosphere of the game.

Everything from game mechanics, moments that we enjoyed in the game, moments we disliked, improvements that we feel could be made with the game, and anything that the story and presentation categories couldn’t afford to allude to. This section may be the longest out of the five.

Replay Value:
This section answers the questions of “should you replay the game, and why?

Final Thoughts:
This section covers the demographic we feel this game reaches, and why you should buy this game (or shouldn’t.) and is handled in our final scoring of said item.


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