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Add reviews / ratings / stars or whatever to your pricing info!

Jasper Coyote 4 years ago updated by sales 1 week ago 6

It would be great to see an average "review" scores on games on your website, such as Amazon or Metacritic provide. You might be able to screen-scrape review ratings from those sources. I would love to see both pricing info & basic overall review scores! That way, I'd know to keep a 4.5 star game worth $2, but ditch a 1 star game that's worth $100 for some odd reason. I often buy games in bulk, and it's difficult to decide to keep games or sell them. I often don't care much about "collectibility"...I only want good, fun games in my collection. I'll sell the bad ones that are worth money.

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Thank you. I can see the value to this. If other users say they would like a feature like this I can look into it more.

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Great! Like I said, it might be easy to add if you can screen scrape from other sites. And again, I'm not asking for in-depth reviews...just a quick "should-I-keep-this-game-or-not" star rating would be great. If I want to read reviews, I know there are other sites out there - just looking for something quick and easy here. Anybody else out there like the idea?

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I really dig this idea. Sometimes when I'm out retro hunting I pass on a title I've never seen before because it won't be easy to resell based on its value, but I'm sure I've missed out on playing a really fun game in the past because I didn't have an at-a-glance look at a star rating.

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I’m really digging this idea. Users can rate games that are in their collection on a 10 point scale. Those ratings then average out with ratings from fellow pricecharting members.

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I would totally love this feature for sure! Maybe a Metacritic Rating and User Rating from accounts on Pricecharting?

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I've reached out to Metacritic just now ask about their licensing rules to see if we can integrate their scores in some way.  If we can't license the scores than I'll look into doing our own review scores instead.