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All reviews are carried out by The Games Cabin are published after a thorough play through, maybe even two. Our aim is to inform prospective buyers and provide an insight into the product they may be putting a lot of their hard-earned cash into.
Below you’ll find our scoring policy.
9.0-10.0: Must Buy. Any game that score between a 9 and a 10 is certified fresh and will most probably give you great satisfaction.
8.0-8.9: Fantastic. It may have some minor flaws, maybe even the odd bug, but it’s worthy of your time and money.
7.0-7.9: Very Good. A solid game that can be enjoyed, despite the setbacks present. It’s worth taking a look at, especially if it’s your favorite genre.
6.0-6.9: OK. it could be better, but it could be worse. Hardcore fans will find something to enjoy if it’s in your favorite genre, others may see it as a waste of time.
5.0-5.9: Poor. Potentially a winner, but ultimately a damp squib. Neither terrible nor amazing, neither good nor bad.
4.0-4.9: Bad. Poorly put together and an unfortunate mess that will bring on a sever case of buyers remorse.
3.0-3.9: Really Bad. A shameless money grabbing attempt or just plain old-fashioned bad development. Avoid if you can.
2.0-2.9: Crap. Not worth the disc its printed on. Money would be better spent on sending a letter to the developers explaining how the game could be made better, with cupcakes included to cheer them up.
1.0-1.9: Offensively Crap. Don’t even entertain the thought of renting this game, never mind paying full price. The only reason you should ever buy is to give to your archenemies for Christmas, then watch them pull their hair out as they struggle to comprehend the mess in front of them.
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