MGR Gaming’s Review Policy

Here at MGR Gaming, we are dedicated to bringing you not only the latest and most relevant news in the gaming world but most importantly we bring you reviews.

We have started broadening our reviews to hardware as well, but our core will always be gaming reviews. As such we have decided to let you in on our review policy.

We like to give you as comprehensive a review of each game as is possible.

How We Review Games

MGR Gaming staff are not biased towards any games that we play or review. We try and give you the stats and the facts in an interesting and sometimes humorous package. We pride ourselves in being 100% honest as to our view of the game being played, This includes any negative aspects of
the game. We use a system whereby we split the game up into categories such as Gameplay & Controls, Graphics, Sounds, Replayability and so forth., to give you a better overall view of the game and set a standard by which to measure all the games that are reviewed by us. Starting from April 2020, we’ve changed over to a 10-point scale for all our reviews). We believe this scale, clearly and effectively communicates the decisive opinion of the reviewer without getting lost, over the difference between incremental scores.

Our reviews are not solely based on this method of scoring though, as each review goes through various channels of editing and different staff members to check for errors and accuracy.

Game developers are constantly updating their games and fixing bugs; therefore, we will update our
reviews and, at times write an entirely new review to showcase these new developments.

Special Note:

Due to a Data loss, we have suffered, we have made use of alternative pictures for some of our older Reviews. These Reviews may now contain pictures of updated/ changed versions of the game that does not reflect on the game at its initial time of release.

We apologize for any inconvenience or confusion this, may cause.


Titan Quest is once such example, pictures from Titan Quest Anniversary Edition were used to replace the lost one.

Our scoring works as follows:

10: A ten would indicate our highest recommendation. Every game has its flaws but this game doesn’t have any worth mentioning. These games will be classics in our opinion.
9: A nine would indicate we loved the game but found maybe one tiny flaw that we thought we should mention and because of this flaw its status has been downgraded but it is still highly recommended for you to play.
8: An eight would indicate that this is still an awesome game but has a couple of flaws that will be noticeable in overall gameplay. Still a really good game with some amazing qualities.
7: A seven would indicate a good game still worth playing, but can definitely be improved upon in
some areas.
6: A six would indicate that we really wanted this game to succeed but in order for this to happen many flaws would have to be fixed. You should still play it but know that we have noticed all these flaws and you will too.
5: A five would indicate an OK game. We were not super impressed but it wasn’t horrible and you
should play it if you need to kill some time.
4: A four would indicate a bad experience had by our reviewer. There will be someone out there that
will enjoy it which is why it isn’t a lower score but that is it’s only redeeming quality.
3: A three would indicate a horrible game. unenjoyable and badly executed.
2: A two would indicate an annoying and infuriating experience as this game is rotten to the core and in no way a fun game to play.
1: A one would indicate the worst of the worst. Don’t insult yourself by playing this game. We try not to review games this bad except to show you what not to play.

We always try to pair a game with the appropriate staff member that would suit that particular game and therefore get the most out of the review.