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Review Policy

At One Hit Pixel we aim to publish our reviews as soon as we can once they are up to the standards we set. A key difference between our reviews and the majority is that we do not use the traditional and widely used 1-10 scale. Instead we opt for a graded scale to attempt to avoid the overuse of the top end of the scale. By stating a ‘C’ rated game as average, it is in keeping with the same standards that everyone follows whilst in education – and hopefully is more appropriate to the ‘scoring’ of games. It therefore also means that the top mark of ‘A+’ is not equal to a ‘perfect’ game – just one that came very close.

We will disclaim anything that we feel is warranted with regards to reviews, as well as which platform(s) the review was based on.

Content Policy

Any articles, videos, comments or literature of any kind that is submitted to the site become copyright of One Hit Pixel, who reserve the right to use the content in any manner, unless an agreement between the contributor and administrator has been established prior to uploading.


One Hit Pixel cannot be responsible for any problems arising from expired or otherwise non-working voucher codes, game disks or other promotional prizes. We have the right to withhold prizes for any reason, without explanation.

There are no cash alternatives to any competition prize. Unless otherwise stated, all prizes are eligible to be won by UK residents only.

By entering a contest or competition on One Hit Pixel you agree to these Terms and Conditions. You must be over the age of 16 or have the permission of a parent or legal guardian. If prizes are subject to an age rating you submit that you are above that age rating. This is your responsibility and yours alone, One Hit Pixel accepts no responsibility for any prize items delivered to anyone who has not been honest about their age.

Review Grading

We use a graded review scale as we feel it provides a more evenly spread criteria – it’s also to help maintain a sense of perspective from writers and readers alike as to their feelings towards a game rather than assign it a numeration score. Below you can see the worded equivalent for each grade.

  • A+ = Unmissable
  • A = Exceptional
  • A- = Excellent
  • B+ = Very Good
  • B = Good
  • B- = Quite Good
  • C+ = Just above average
  • C = Average
  • C- = Just below average
  • D+ = Poor
  • D = Bad
  • D- = Abysmal
  • F = Unplayable

Privacy Policy

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