Review Policy

Notice to Developers/Publishers

Here at AIR Entertainment we pride ourselves on our honesty. Whether we like or dislike a game, we will always talk about it truthfully. For that reason we will not accept payments or bonuses alongside any games we receive. If you are interested in sending a review copy over to us. Please only send it if you are confident in the standard of your game. and are accepting that what we say about it may not be what you want to hear. You submit titles at your own risk.

However, if you accept that and want us to review your title. Do get in touch at!


Our site does have adverts running on our pages, this is to pay for the upkeep of the website. We are paid by these adverts when you visit a review. You do not have to click on them, just seeing them on the screen in front of you will allow a small amount of revenue to filter back to us.

In addition to this, we also feature various affiliate links on the website. whether we love a game or hate it. We will still leave a link to where you can purchase it from. Please read the reviews first, because a game that we didn’t like may still contain an affiliate link. the Links are merely there to return a complimentary income for positive user experience.

  • Amazon Links
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Please note, we will never improve a review score or hide an opinion to sell more products from an affiliate. This is a betrayal of trust and you(the consumer) are hugely important to us. The money earned from content posted on the site just allows us to put more time into making content.


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The Email addresses that we collect when you register remain private. We will not pass any details on to any third party, here at we take Data Protection Very, Very Seriously.


Our reviews go live as soon as we can get them up. Sometimes we are held to an NDA (None Disclosure Act) before a games release and are not permitted to say anything, anywhere about the game we are playing, but the second that embargo is lifted we will publish the review. It is only at that point once our reviews are live that we send the review links to the developers and PR teams so they can see what we think of their work. They are not privy to any of our contents within reviews any sooner than the general public is.

Scoring System

All of our critics assess 4 Different areas of the game – Sound, Story, Gameplay, Graphics – the overall rating works as an average of all 4 of these categories. The resulting score will then be given as a percentage, Which will feature on the featured image, as used on the homepage, category page as well as google’s search result. The scoring is as follows –

  • 0 – 1.9 – Awful
  • 2.0 – 3.9 – very bad
  • 4.0 – 4.9 – Bad
  • 5.0 – 5.9 – okay
  • 6.0 – 6.9 – Good
  • 7.0 – 7.9 – Great
  • 8.0 – 8.9 – Excellent
  • 9.0 – 10.0 – Masterpiece

We also want to allow you the chance to voice your opinion. Users have the capability of selecting their own score that they feel the game should have received. Taking into account how our scoring system works.

In order to get your point across to the critic. Please feel free to add your own little review in the comments section as well as saying what score you feel it should of been. The Critics reserve the right to adjust the score. So if you raise a great argument. The score may be adjusted all things taken into account.

About A.I.R. Entertainment

A.I.R. Entertainment is managed by a group of friends with a passion for games and game development, Our aim is to bring you the latest in gaming news, from the gaming industry as a whole with a particular focus on our gaming partners. We also review games and perform interviews with game companies. Our reviewers are made up of people from around the globe.

Gamer since the age of 2 when I was introduced to the Dragon 64. Age is just a number, in my head I will be forever young

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