Boy, we sure do love our games, hey? And we've played a lot of them over the years. So I suppose you're wondering how our scoring system compares to your own, right? Here's some examples of our score-givings...
A life-changing game. Moved the player in a deep way. Will pre-order sequels.
A great game. Innovated in some way. Will definitely buy a sequel.
A good game. Had some unexpected qualities. Will probably buy a sequel.
A good game. Solid design and enjoyable throughout, but without anything too innovative. Will consider buying a sequel.
An average game. Had some interesting ideas that didn't live up to their potential. Need to be convinced to buy a sequel.
An average game. Didn't do anything particularly well, nor particularly poorly. Need to be convinced to buy a sequel.
A weak game. Severely deficient in one major feature. This game will turn me off to any sequels.
A bad game. Riddled with fundamental flaws making the experience unbearable. This game will discourage me from supporting the developers/publishers.
A terrible "game". Very very few redeeming values. Without insane amounts of evidence to the contrary, I will assume every game made by these developers/publishers aren't worth my time.
A horrible mess. Will regret playing this game forever.