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Gaming Precision Score Guide

The review system we use at Gaming Precision is on a five point scale with half points included. Five is the highest score possible and one is the lowest. This means that there is a total of nine scores possible. There’s no individual scores for aspects of the game like Graphics, Sound, and Gameplay.

Scores will be broken up into three categories with three scores each: Bad scores, Average Scores, and Good Scores. Bad Scores are 1, 1.5 and 2, Average Scores are 2.5, 3 and 3.5, and Good Scores are 4, 4.5 and 5. Each score will have a one word description attached to the number, which is as follows:

5.0 – Masterpiece

4.5 – Amazing

4.0 – Great

3.5 – Good

3.0 – Okay

2.5 – Mediocre

2.0 – Bad

1.5 – Awful

1.0 – Garbage