Review Policy

Submitting a review copy of a game does not guarantee a review and certainly does NOT guarantee a positive review. All games, for better or worse, are judged on their own merits. (To insure that there is no undue influence, we do NOT accept any paid advertising on the Gamers Alliance website.)

ALL of our reviewers are experienced and knowledgeable gamers and they apply their expertise in presenting the strengths and weaknesses of games they review. If any of them has any kind of connection to a game being reviewed (financial or otherwise), that information is clearly acknowledged and presented to the reader along with the review.

Please note that many games reviewed in our pages were received as complimentary review copies. Many games reviewed in our pages were not. In order to avoid any confusion, please consider that ALL of the reviews written for GAMERS ALLIANCE REPORT are based on complimentary review copies received.

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