Glitchwave Alternatives

    Glitchwave is described as 'community-built video game database where you can rate, review, catalog and discover new games as well as participate in contributing to the database itself. Part of the RateYourMusic family' and is an website in the Business & Commerce category. There are more than 10 alternatives to Glitchwave, not only websites but also apps for. The best alternative is Metacritic, which is free. Other great sites and apps similar to Glitchwave are RAWG (Free), ratehouse (Free), IGDB.com (Free) and MobyGames (Free).

    This page was last updated Jun 19, 2020

    1. Metacritic aggregates music, game, tv, and movie reviews from the leading critics. Only Metacritic.com uses METASCORES, which let you know at a glance how each item was reviewed.
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    2. The most comprehensive database that is powered by personal player experiences. — Track what you played You can have infinite games in your favourites, doesn’t matter which device or type of game.
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    3. Ratings, reviews, discussions, recommendations, lists for all media genres: music, movies, tv shows, books, video games, and podcasts. Like IMDb or Goodreads, but with more media types. Join ratehouse to consolidate your entertainment and art interests.
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    4. A comprehensive, growing database, IGDB is built to cover video games in extensive details, including history and other information about developers, publishers and much more.
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    5. MobyGames is the oldest, largest and most accurate video game database for games of every platform since 1979.


    6. GameFAQs is an online archive of video and computer game information, codes, walkthroughs, hints, message boards, save games files, and of course, FAQs.
    7. OpenCritic is a review aggregator for video games. We gather game reviews from across the internet and bundle them together on a single game page.
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    8. Backloggery helps gamers keep track of unplayed and unfinished games in their collection. Add all the games you own to the list, and track how far you have progressed towards beating them.
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    10. On MyVideoGameList you can create your own profile, keep track of your video games, meet new friends, and even write reviews on your favorite games (or even for games you hated). We currently have 37139 members, 15576 games in our database and 6391 forum threads.
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