|Review System Explained|
We’re not the biggest review database on the internet but we’re getting there! We’ve contacted hundreds of game developers in our time and thankfully some are nice enough to provide us with advanced copies of their hottest games. Does this mean we’ll automatically provide a high review score to keep public relations smooth? Hell no. We will NEVER, and I mean NEVER accept any “added incentive” or bribes to lie to our community. A developer could offer us a cash lump sum of $1000, we would still refuse to lie to our community.
It’s not a secret that this happens in the industry but we’d rather be a small and honest website than a massive and untrustworthy one. We will never falsify information in a review to attract more attention and we’ll never be disrespectful about games that don’t make the grades. In short, you can rest assured that every single review you will ever read on Gamers Heroes comes from an honest, reliable source free of restrictions or ultimatums.
You, the visitors (guest heroes), are the only reason this site has been a success, without you we would be nowhere, so why would we ever break that trust that you give to us every time you check our website, view our guides, or visit our Facebook? Gamers Heroes has, and always will be, a 100% honest and unbiased source of high quality reviews.
Now that’s out the way, let me explain to you the basic concept of our reviews. Below is a copy of our review table:
Here is where we sum up our review. Including a brief statement used for quotations and whatnot.
|out of 10|
Great presentation and localization. This is where we rate how the game presents itself and how well it does it. The overall feeling that the game gives you
This is where we add info about the art direction or the graphics. do they look good or do they look like ass?
|10||Soundtrack & Sound Effects:
Here is where we put all the information about how we think the game sounded. What did we think of the music? What did we think of the sound effects and actions? Did it help or hinder the experience?
What is the gameplay like. Is there a bunch of good tutorials that help you through the instruction? Or is there too much hand holding. What are the combat systems like or what are the main game mechanics like?
How long will you be playing this game? How long is the campaign? Will we be able to play it through multiple times? What is the multiplayer like?
(out of 10, not an average)
We’ve yet to give a game a rating this low on Gamers Heroes, but if we ever do, you can be sure to avoid this as much as Superman avoids Kryptonite. These games serve no purpose other than to clear out your wallet.
3-4 Street Thug
These guys don’t have have the infamy of their Villainous allies, but they’re still a dodgy buy.
5-6 Average Joe
These games may offer a short burst of fun but they won’t stick around in your memory for too long. Comparing this to an Heroic rated title is like comparing Clark Kent to Superman.
It may not have the kick of its Heroic companion but our Sidekick rated games are still well worth some attention.
The highest honors we can give a game. An Heroic rating means the game excels in practically every area and is worth picking up almost immediately, unless specifically stated otherwise.
If you have any questions about our review system, or would like to request an editor to review your product, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org