As we’re now going to start doing reviews, it worth explaining how our reviewing rating system will work. The whole point of the system is not to give a definitive score, it to give a guideline on what we think about the games we’re playing. The rating is simply an insight into our opinion on them. The guide below will explain what the rating means.
A game not worth playing, and does not deserve to grace your hard drive with a single single byte of data. This is reserved for the worst of the worst, the games where we wounder how the developers sleep at night knowingly they released this monstrosity into the world.
Install – Minimum
A game which may provide some minimal entertainment. The game will probably find a cult following, but overall is pretty bad. perhaps worth picking up if found in a bargin bin
Install – Recommended
An excellent game, that just misses out of true greatness. Fans of the genre should definitely pick up this game and it is an excellent addition to their collection.
Install – Complete
Buy it! Buy it now! This is an excellent game and should grace everyone’s hard-drive, even if you not a normal fan of the genre. You will not be disappointed with the game.
Hopefully this post explains and makes its clear to understand how our system works, you be seeing these ratings in all of our future reviews.
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SPOILER WARNING: We discuss Dishonored and reveal a lot of ending details about the game.
This episode we talk about FFXIV, what a bad job Corvo did as lord protector, being hunted by Prince Charles, running in a wok and how stressful it is to type names into text box and then hitting the search button.
Well its finally here! Our first podcast is now online. We’re finding our feet with it a little still, and I was dying with a cold through the episode, but otherwise all good.
We’re still in the process of getting listed on iTunes, but untill then you can listen here: