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All reviewed games are rated based on four important aspects: Gameplay, Graphics, Optimization and Idea.
The games have their own different rating and vary from one game to another. None of the ratings is passed or not rated.
To review a game, it has to qualify its basic graphics, mechanics, popularity and other stuff.
Indie games get a higher rating than originally, because we tend to apprechiate original ideas.
Even though a game is greatly anticipated by the public, it doesn't mean that it will have maximum rating.
Readers can argue and specify as much as they want the rating, but it won't help changing it.
Another Game's reviewers are not getting payed to review a specific game and even so, it doesn't mean it will score great.
Let's start with the explanation.
Gameplay changes greatly from one game to another, but we will mostly base our ideas on how much fun the game transmits. Graphics implemented in a game, vary greatly from other games. We will try to give the exact merit of graphics used in a game. When you play a game, you might die because of bad mechanics, or maybe a bad control of the character. Maybe your game crashed after saving or your save file got corrupted. Bugs might really hurt a game's optimization. When the game has a unique idea, it is obvious it will score high on the idea rating. Story, gameplay and uniqueness will make the game win all points.
Note: This list is subject to expand as more games are added and/or more funds are raised.