Review Policy

Every week there are hundreds of games and movies being released, and though we'd love to talk about them all, it's simply impossible with our small team. Plus with big entertainment websites providing on the hour updates it's not where we want to spend our energy. Instead, the titles we discuss are ones that are of personal interest to us. Games that we've had on our backlog or movies we've been anticipating. If we consume some sort of media and we have something to say about it, we'll write. This ensures that we never mindlessly pump out content to stay relevant and you can rest assured that everything we say is our honest opinion.

Another byproduct of our small team is that we review games in the order we receive them. We're lucky enough to be at a place where we get offered game keys quite often and that is something we don't take lightly. Our number one goal is to make sure that our reviews accurately reflect our own experiences with the game. So we focus on one game/game review at a time per team member and the reviews will go up in order that we receive the game.

No Review Scores | If you've read any of our reviews on the site, you may have noticed that we don't leave scores. No 8/10, B+, or 89%. This is because, while it's easy for a reader to scroll to the bottom and read the number, grade, or percentage, it often doesn't do justice to the actual discussion at hand. If you're in a hurry, we'd rather you skim the review to get the gist of it rather than look at one score and determine it's value.

Systems We Review On | We review games across all major systems. If a game is out on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC we have the facilities to play and review that title. Being console gamers, and having most of our audience on the same board, we do review more games on consoles than on PC.

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