Jump Dash Roll Is Now an Official Critic on OpenCritic

July 11, 2018

Jump Dash Roll was founded back in February with a goal to providing entertaining, informative and most of all fair coverage of the gaming industry. We have striven to ensure our reviews — which currently make up a large portion of our content — are as accurate and objective as possible, and we use a stringent scoring policy for consistency across our work.

Today we're delighted to announce that Jump Dash Roll is now featured on OpenCritic alongside many other respected video game outlets. OpenCritic is an aggregate site which gathers the review scores and summaries of multiple game critics and publications in one place, and provides an overall average score. It should be noted that OpenCritic focuses only on video games, and has a reputation in the industry for transparency, which marries perfectly with our own ethos.

OpenCritic also allows you to create a user profile which you can then customise to pick your favourite publications (including Jump Dash Roll, of course!), predict future scores, and check out upcoming games on the release calendar. Setting up an account is very straightforward and means that you'll always see the reviews you trust for the games you're looking forward to.

Appearing on OpenCritic is a big milestone for Jump Dash Roll and we'd like to thank them for including us. We also have nothing but praise for our hard-working writers who got us to this point and who continue to create amazing articles, and you — our readers — who have helped us grow and supported us along the way.

Rob Kershaw

I've been gaming since the days of the Amstrad. Huge RPG fan. Planescape: Torment tops my list, but if a game tells a good story, I'm interested. Absolutely not a fanboy of any specific console or PC - the proof is in the gaming pudding. Also, I like cake.