JumpToGamer’s Review Policy
Here at JumpToGamer, we aim for our reviews to be informative and easy to understand. After all, you want to know if the game is worth your time or not, or just curious as to what the game is about and how it plays. We want to give you the information you need to decide whether or not to invest in a game. If you dislike reading long reviews, we also have you covered! We will begin each review with a few short paragraphs telling you whether the game is good or not, and if you should make the purchase.
We also want our scores to have a meaning, so you know exactly where that game stands on the scale of terrible to must buy. We use the 10-point scale to score our games, and use decimals to further define each area in which we review games in.
We score and review games in 5 categories.
Both multiplayer and single player. How does the game control, what sort of load times happen in loading screens? Does the
engine render these sections slowly? Are there any cool gameplay features that stand out. Are there any awful game
mechanics that drag you out of the immersion or frustrate you? Is this an open world game or a linear progression?
This include character models, the world map (aesthetically) and textures. Are the character models detailed enough?
How does the world map look both close and from afar (render distance)? Are there any issues with blood or water
Is it a good, well told story? How are the voice actors? Is there any way you can effect the outcome of the game or
certain cutscenes? Are the cinematics good? Are there any plot holes you can pick out?
Is the multiplayer worth your time? Does it feel like a tacked on mode or can you spend many hours enjoying what it has to offer with other games?
Does the game have any replayability? How will it keep you entertained? Is the game one you can play again and
again, or is one playthrough all you’ll need?
We will also provide a bug report with any glitches, bugs etc we have found in the game, and whether or
not they hold the game back.
JumpToGamer receives review copies for certain games, however we do not let that affect our reviews. If the game is
bad, we will say it is bad. If it’s great, we’ll say it’s great! We will state at the end of our review whether or not you should
buy the game, rent it or avoid it completely, but ultimately that decision lies with you. We appreciate that not everyone
will have the same opinion on each game, however each game is reviewed by gamers who love what they do with the aim
of delivering an informative and concise review to our readers.