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Our Review System:
Here at Doublejump we try to provide readers with a fair, and honest assessment of every game we review. If this is your first time visiting our site please feel free to take a few minutes to read an overview of our review system. You are more than welcome to comment on our reviews to let us know what you think about the game, or even the review itself. We’re firm believers of keeping people honest, so don’t hesitate to call out a particular review if you find that it isn’t in the spirit of the general ideas written below.
Games will be assessed in a fair, honest, and accurate manner with reviews reflecting the reviewer’s opinion based on a variety of criteria deemed relevant to the game. A reviewer may only submit a review once they have completed the game, and have sampled all of its features. Exceptions to this include MMOs that require a substantial amount of time investment, but do not necessarily have a specific “end”.
All games that we review will be given a final score out of ten. This is not an aggregate of the scores for each criteria, but a score determined by the reviewer that wholly represents the quality of the game. Similarly, the scores assigned for each criteria are indicative of the game’s performance in their respective criteria.
The criteria used for assessment will be determined by their relevance to the game in question. For example, a multiplayer shooter such as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 may feature “Multiplayer” as a separate, and extensive criteria with the reviewer discussing various multiplayer (and co-op) modes, gameplay and nuances. On the other hand, a review for Grand Theft Auto IV, a story focused game, would feature the game’s story as its own criteria while discussing specific events, characters, and even its voice acting.
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