How we score games

 

  • Graphics
  • Music
  • Opinion
  • Gameplay
  • Content
  • Story
  • Controls
  • Fun Factor
  • Replay Value
  • Artstyle
  • Characters

Those are the categories. When reviewing a game a game will get ?/100 in each category. After we get ?/100 in each category we simply do an average to get the score. 

For Example, I’m going to give a random score right now to show you an example. 

  • Graphics – 79
  • Music – 98
  • Opinion – 82
  • Gameplay – 83
  • Content – 64
  • Story – 82
  • Controls – 86
  • Fun Factor – 93
  • Replay Value – 93
  • Artstyle – 100
  • Characters – 82

That’s 942/1100. We get the percentage by dividing 942 into 1100 and multiplying our answer by 100. For example, 942 divided by 1100 is 0.8563. 0.8563 x 100 is 85.63. Now we have to round our answer. 85.63 rounded is 86% (If it was below 85.50 the score would have been 85% for example if this game got 85.22 it would have gotten 85% because it’s below 85.50.) This may sound really complicating but it’s actually very simple and that’s how we get review scores for all of our games. For a game to get 100% it must get 1098/1100. This is why no game has ever gotten a perfect score from us but maybe we’ll give a game a  perfect score this year because this year is filled with a bunch of excellent looking games. 

 

  • 0 – 10 = GARBAGE
  • 11 – 19 – EXTREMELY BAD
  • 20 – 34 – HORRENDOUS
  • 30 – 39 – HORRIBLE
  • 40 – 44 – TERRIBLE
  • 45 – 49 – POOR
  • 50 – 54 – BAD
  • 55 – 59 – NOT GREAT
  • 60 – 64 – MEDIOCRE
  • 65 – 69 – DECENT
  • 70 – 75 – GOOD
  • 76 – 79 – VERY GOOD
  • 80 – 84 – GREAT
  • 85 – 89 – EXCELLENT
  • 90 – 99 – OUTSTANDING
  • 100 – PERFECT

 

 

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