Our scoring system explained
00%-09%Example Leisure Suit Larry: Mag na Cum L au de Broken or offensive ly bad; absolutely no value. 10%-19% We might be able to find one nice thing to say about it, but still not worth anyone’s time or money. Example Gettysburg: Armored Warfare 20%-29% Completely falls short of its goals. Very few redeeming qualities. Examples Family Guy: Back to the Multi verse 30%-39% An entirely clumsy or derivative effort. There’s little to no reason to play this game over a similar, better one. Examples Trial soft he Blood Dragon 40%-49% Flawed and disappointing. Examples Aliens: Colonial Marines 50%-59% Mediocre. Other games probably do it better, or its unique qualities aren’t executed well. Examples Primordia, Home front: The Revolution 60%-69% There’s something to like here, but it can only be recommended with major caveats. Examples No Man’ s Sky, Ghost Re con: Wild lands 70%-79% A good game that’s worth playing. We like it. Examples Life is Strange, Planet Coaster 80%-89% A great game with exceptional moments or features, and touches of brilliance. We love it. Examples Over watch, Mass Effect: Andromeda 90%-94% A compelling recommendation for most PC gamers. Important to PC gaming, and likely ahead of its time. Examples ForzaHorizon3, Dishonored2 95%-96% Far and away one of the best games we’ve ever played. We recommend it to the entire world. Examples Half-Life 2, K er ba lS pace Program 97%-100% Advances the human species. Boosts the immune systems of nearby children and small animals.