Wirebot game reviews and game ratings are created with you, the game consumer in mind. The goal of both is to assist you in making sound game choices that will guarantee great experiences. While our game reviews are straightforward, you may come across our numerical ratings asking, “What does this mean?” Below is guide breaking down game ratings issued to our game reviews:

10.0: A game issued this score is, in all aspects from gameplay to graphics, is untouchable and is the epitome of game perfection. This score is rare and feels like Christmas every time you play a 10.0 game. Games with 10 scores are awarded with The Big Wup.

9.0 - 9.9: A score in this range indicates a high level of confidence we have in recommending this game to both fans of this genre and new players. This is an excellent game and you should really considering buying it. Games with 9+ scores are also given The Big Wup award.

8.0 - 8.9: This score range refers to games that are excellent with a few minor flaws that can be overlooked because the gameplay is a lot of fun. We still recommend it highly.

7.0 - 7.9: A game scoring in this range is like a significant other who isn’t romantic but you love him/her anyways. The game is good in a variety of areas but lacking in others.

6.0 - 6.9: Games in the 6.0 - 6.9 range, despite being good, possess significant problems. In considering a game with this score, rent before you buy.

5.0 - 5.9: Games that are average are games that don’t stand out from the crowd. For every good quality a 5 game has, there’s a bad quality.

4.0 - 4.9: Some aspects of this game aren’t fully functional and would’ve been a 5 had the developer spent more time in game production.

3.0 - 3.9: A game with this score was masquerading itself as a great game but was actually a game that isn’t even worth the things that attracted you in the first place.

2.0 - 2.9: Look up the word ‘bad’ in the dictionary and you’ll see a game with this score. This is something you would wish on your worst enemy.

1.0 - 1.9: 1s are extremely rare scores. Games that are rated at this level are games that shouldn’t even be in the same room as you. Either you leave or it should.

(Avg: 4.88 - 8 votes)



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very helpful guide :] already liking the system on reviews already ^^

I’m liking the ratings on all the reviews. But it would be nice to see several people review the same game and then get an average rating on it. That way, I’m more able to trust the rating on a game.

Yeah - good guide!^^

Good guide!!

1206mhkim - 08/29/10 9:04 pm

thanks for the guide, Hoc!
LOL@ Jeffery XDDD

ditto xD

thanks hoc ^^

Thanks for the guide Hoc! I will use it when I rate something.

thanks for the guide, Hoc!
LOL@ Jeffery XDDD

Starcraft II is a 10 all the way~
It is the result of 12 years of perfecting.
It is the epitome of RTS gaming.

Interesting~~ it will help a lot~~ thank you for that hoc

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