I mean this one - at first I didn't know why it's orange if it have 10. After click on it, I realise that is average of 2 scores ? (am I right ?). It's confusing and I think "model of two scores" like it's on ex. https://gg.deals/pl/game/dead-space/ (section "You may also like") is more comfortable to read (also I suggest put a description what is it - circle score is score from press, square score is player score
Awiaton This orange thing is a deal rating. In short, it shows how good the deals are. It's not the average of meta/user scores from metacritic, or reviews from Steam.
Furrek Ah ok, thanks for answer - still, somewhere a description should be placed why and what it is 🙂
Furrek You could put that and info about metacritic in FAQ. Some picture of the page with simple explanation.
When you go to the deals page, it's sorted by deal rating by default. Quick look at the first 25 games and it's easy to guess what that number is, I think 😛
I think "deal rating" should differentiate visually from orange circle from metacritic. Maybe some flame icon or something? Also different numbers should differ from one another-bigger/lesser flame? That should stop misunderstanding of it. At first i also didn't knew what this is and what that number means.