Rules every review must follow
- Single player can only be compared to a previous iteration in terms of its story or plot. An example could be how Halo: CE’s plot was related to Halo 2, and how it compared
- Single and multi player gameplay can not be compared to the previous iteration in the series and must be rated as a stand alone game.
- Free to Play games must be judged by how in game micro transactions work
- If a console’s main advertised feature is eligible for use in a game, it must be rated on how well the feature is implemented (Example, the 3DS’s 3D or the Wii U’s Gamepad)
- We will never use the games budget or distribution method as an excuse for why it lacks in a specific region.
- Graphics can only be compared to other games on its system or systems. PC graphics can be complimented, but not compared, due to the optimization of different power levels. Efficiency compared to other games can be compared on PC.
We are dedicated to making a great review system, that judges games on our own scale. Every review has been adjusted to this scale.
10 - Masterpiece: This game has no flaws, or the minuscule ones it has do not take away from it. (Journey)
9 - Amazing, almost perfect. (Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, Halo 4)
8 - Fantastic, a few flaws holding it back, however still more than worth your money.
7 - Great. A great game at full price or otherwise.
6 - Good. Not a masterpiece, but put it on your list.
5 – Average.
4 – Bad.
3 - Abysmal.
2 – Unplayable.
1 - Abomination.