I Express My Opinion in My Android Game Reviews
All author Android game reviews express my opinion. So you might disagree with my statements. I am biased towards certain games as I don’t like to play every genre of a mobile game. I do not spend money on games often. So if you are curious to learn if spending money is a good idea or not I won’t help too much.
Remember you all can always add your own review using my criteria as well.
Android Game Review Criteria
I review games based on four key points.
- Spending Factor
- Annoyance Factor
For gameplay, I go over how fun the game is to play and other related things. I consider factors such as how good the controls of the game are. If the game feels good and if the game works.
A five would mean an almost perfect game. A one would mean a game that doesn’t work or is boring.
Presentation is about how good the game looks and sounds. I know these things are subjective. For me, a game doesn’t have to look photorealistic to be good. The game needs to use article well to be good. I tend to be pretty critical of music as most games have forgettable throwaway songs and songs.
A one here would mean a very ugly game or something that is so bad I have a hard time playing the game. I most likely mute this game.
The game has good, and I listen to it outside the game. These are the games I put on my headphones so I can hear things better. A one here would mean a very ugly game or something that is so bad I have a hard time playing the game. I most likely mute this game.
Spending Factor is about how fair the game is towards players who don’t spend money. I don’t spend money on mobile games most of the time. So I can not review how good a value you get from your money. I do comment on if things seem crazy over the top though or if the game has a very greedy pay model.
A review score of one means a greedy mess of a game. This is the kind of a game that needs players to spend money to progress in the game. A five would mean a game that you pay for once and that is it. Or a free to play a game with very fair purchases. This would mean you don’t need to spend money to play the game.
Despite being on the bottom of reviews, this is one my personal important decision on if to play a game or not. Annoyance Factor is how annoyed I am while playing a game. There are multiple things that impact this. Here are some of them.
- How many ads a game shows if there are ads.
- If the game makes you wait for things to happen and how long.
- How spammy is the game with pop-ups and other messages?
- How often does the game send notifications?
A one would be a game so annoying I would stop playing it and delete it (if I was not reviewing the game). A five is a game that has almost no annoyance at all. The game lets you have fun and play it without nagging you.
I base the overall score on the average (the mean) of the previous scores. I tend to be fair and round up when considering this score.
An overall score of one is a game that is so bad I would not play it outside of reviewing it. These are the kinds of games that give mobile gaming a bad reputation. A game with a score of five is one of the bests. Perfect or almost perfect in all areas. Don’t expect to see many of these.
An overall score of one is a game that is so bad I would not play it outside of reviewing it. These are the kinds of games that give mobile gaming a bad reputation.
A game with a score of five is one of the bests. Perfect or almost perfect in all areas. Don’t expect to see many of these.
Android game Review Pictures
Every Android game review will have an overall score picture. This picture shows how I feel about the game.