Entries in 'metacritic' (11)
Earlier this month, Eurogamer made the decision to get rid of numerical scores from its reviews.
I am really quite fond of the review score.
The obsession around Metacritic is damaging to video games.
There is a disconnect between games reviews and games buyers that renders Metacritic meaningless, according to Rebellion boss Jason Kingsley.
Metacritic may be increasing falling out of favour, but Satoru Iwata is having none of it.
Metacritic data has shown that Nintendo titles had the highest average review score in 2014.
“It appears that gaming's transition year has turned into transition years” – that’s the headline from Metacritic after a poor year for game quality.
I’ve enjoyed reading some recent video games criticism.
Some Amazon customers are now being presented with Metacritic ratings in certain video game product listings.
Only seven individual console titles scored 90 per cent or higher on Metacritic in 2013 – “by far” the lowest number in a single year since the last-gen consoles arrived.
IGN has compiled a video comparison showing how Call of Duty: Ghosts performs on current-gen and next-gen consoles.