This is merely a template to show how game reviews should be posted on The GCN. Simply copy all the content within the code tags, and then adjust accordingly. [center][img=http://url.to.game.logo][/center] (Image should be no bigger than 300x300)[b]Director:[/b] <Name of Game Director>[b]Producers:[/b] <Name of Game Producer/s>[b]Music:[/b] <Name of Music Composer/s>[b]Starring:[/b] <Name of Voice Actors, If Applicable>[b]Rating:[/b] [img=https://www.the-gcn.com/reviews/rating/<IMAGENAME>] (Use the Rating Score Index as a reference)[b][u]Plot[/u][/b]Give a plot of the game. The best way to do it is to introduce the beginning of the game to where it takes off.[b][u]Review[/u][/b]Give your personal review of the game. This should include a description on music, visuals and story. Additional details are welcome, so long as it's not tl;dr.[b][u]Overall[/u][/b]Provide a quick wrap-up of your review, by giving an overall opinion of it.
Note: Ratings can often be quite tricky, considering our way of rating games. However, I'm going to explain that. Now, each half a star is worth 1 on a scale of 10. So, 5 gold stars is a 10/10, 4.5 is 9/10 and so on. There are also two special rating icons that you can use. To simplify it, here's the entire list, as well as the filename to use in the rating image (minus the quotes, of course).
Rating Score Index 0/10 - - "cross.png" 1/10 - - "0-5star.png" 2/10 - - "1star.png" 3/10 - - "1-5stars.png" 4/10 - - "2stars.png" 5/10 - - "2-5stars.png" 6/10 - - "3stars.png" 7/10 - - "3-5stars.png" 8/10 - - "4stars.png" 9/10 - - "4-5stars.png" 10/10 - - "5stars.png" 11+/10 - - "platinum.png" The cross is reserved for games that are downright atrocious, and nobody in their right mind should want to play. The Platinum 5-stars are reserved for games that are not done justice by a simple 5-gold stars. Anyway, now that you know how to do this, I hope we'll be seeing some more reviews.
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The GCN Staff 08/08/2017To aid in the support you receive at this community, it is important to know who to contact should the need arise. So, I've compiled a list of all our staff, and their duties within the community. Management Shadow Fire: Site founder and primary community administrator.
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