I know that I run things a bit different than other sites and I am fine with that. I know I started off with saying that I’m also trusting in the readers to not be lazy-heads and just come to a site and look for the final score. I know some people/sites do both, but I feel that a site should be more about what the reviewer thought of the game. You know, in’s and out’s of what was cool or what they thought really sucked about a game. That’s what I look for when reading up on a game. What does 7/10 actually mean? What were those last 3/10 and do I give a care about that in the least?
So I’ll pose this to my readers: should I look into giving my game reviews some form of rating system? Should it be numerical-ish or a simple pass/fail system. Keep in mind that I am paying for all of my games myself. It’s fairly safe to assume that I wouldn’t buy a game that I think is going to be fail or that I would hate. If I’m gifted one I would try it, but that would probably be the only way that would happen. Should a rating system happen anyway?
Also, should I put up a list of games I’m working on and have you guys have a way of deciding what get’s written up about next? That’s not too crazy of an idea…
Let me know below in the comments with your thoughts and ideas.