Review Policy

When video-games are reviewed, it should be done with the utmost critical attention to detail. Reviews are highly subjective, however, in PlayStation Galaxy, we ensure the balance of both subjective and objective views in high quality. We do not tolerate criticisms on video-games without any clear and solid justification, we give reviews importance like how our daily lives depend on it. It’s unavoidable that you might disagree with one of our writer’s reviews, we wholeheartedly accept how the community will react to our critiques.

How do you pick the right people to review a certain video-game?

Games have different genres, critics have their own personal preferences. They may be good at first-person shooters, some might be into narrative-heavy role-playing games or an artistic side-scroller platformer. We decide whoever is the strongest in the field. We don’t want to have someone who is bad at open-world titles or sports games. We also take into account their knowledge of the franchise and the developers’ past projects, this way, the reviewer assigned to a game can be more in-depth and highly critical.

For Publishers and Developers…

As reviewers, we would like to be given ample time to go through the game. In PlayStation Galaxy, we strictly impose a rule to the reviewers that they should finish the game at least once before they can write their review. With this approach, reviewers can expound and support their claims and conclusion in their write-up. This is to make sure that your game is reviewed fairly and to assure you that we are also trying to help you improve the game in a future patch or the game’s sequel. We also respect the embargo rules you impose, this is why the review codes or physical copies you provide us are protected to avoid any leakage. For review codes, we keep them in a centralized account so we can track the reviewer’s progress. We ask the reviewers to send us their saved file for the editors to review if they indeed finished the game or not.

Scoring Scale

10 – Absolutely Magnificent: This game is one for the books. It’s crafted and developed to its pristine condition.

9 – Awesome: You know that it’s an amazing game that can also be described as almost perfect

8 – Great: It’s a fun game that has its few kinks that can easily be ignored.

7 – Good: It’s a good game, but the bad may be harder to ignore than usual.

6 – Okay: Here’s the bright side, it’s still better than the average. It’s as playable as you can make it, and some may probably enjoy it more.

5 – Average: It’s neither bad nor is it good. It’s an inner struggle of deciding which even after you’ve played the game.

4 – Subpar: Endurable at most. Curiosity is what drives you instead of enjoyability now

3 – Pathetic: Valuable time was spent and you are never getting it back.

2 – Sad: It’s so bad, literal tears are falling.

1 – Must Unsee: I’ve never regretted a game as much as this. A memory that needs to be erased

0 – Delete This: This shouldn’t even have existed in the first place.