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A New Game Recommendation Engine: Find the Next Game You Will Love

Finding Games that Match Your Taste Can Be Tricky

Paola_Bassanese_itcher_contributorWhere can you find a good game recommendation engine based on your preferences? ~ Paola Bassanese

There’s a website and an app that help you rate your favourite games and discover more of the games you will enjoy based on recommendations from like-minded people around the world.

Too Many Games, Too Little Time

How do you choose which game to play next?


Looking for the next best game you are guaranteed to love? Are you more of a brain teaser gamer or cartoon-fan gamer? How do you like your challenges? But, most importantly, how do you choose which game to play next? Do you go to online forums? How much time does it take you to do all the research?

If you like your point-and-shoot games like Quake, Doom or Duke Nukem, what do you want in new games to capture the same run and gun atmosphere?

With so many games to choose from, where do you start your search? Online forums can be very useful – other game fans will tell you about their favourite games you haven’t tried yet. The only downside is that you need to scroll through dozens of entries and that can be time consuming when you just want to get on with playing the next game.

Does a 5 Star Rating Always Mean that You’ll Enjoy Playing the Game?

If you see in a magazine that a game has a 5 star rating, do you go out and buy it immediately?

itcher appWhat makes you jump off your seat and shout “I need to get this game!”?

The most annoying thing is when a game gets hyped up by the media and when you get it, you realise it’s disappointing. What do you do then? You ask for opinions in different online gaming forums to find out more about tried and tested games. You want to get your replay value and get every penny’s worth from your gaming experience.

What have we learned so far? If you just read magazine reviews without checking with your peers first, you may end up wasting money.

Gaming is changing and so is taste: consumers want better storytelling, more sophistication and a good degree of reinvention.

itcher Will Make Choosing a Game Easier

You are getting closer and closer to making a decision on a game you will certainly love…

itcher_bulbs-animationThere’s a recommendations website that helps you get the low down on all games, both old and new: itcher, also the android game recommendation engine app you may be looking for.

With itcher you get personalised recommendations based on your taste and the website will compile choices taking into account the ratings of users just like you.

So, What Exactly Is itcher?

itcher is:

1. A FREE social discovery app
2. It brings like-minded people together by matching their interests
3. It matches preferences over a variety of categories
4. Allows people to share, socialise and discover new games

How itcher Works

With itcher you get real time recommendations based on the ratings from thousands of users who have loved the same games that you love.

Using itcher is as simple as 1 – 2 – 3:

1. Create your profile

2. Start searching for the games you like and rate them

3. Get recommendations on games from people with similar interests

It’s very easy, isn’t it?

Using itcher saves you time and money as all the information is at your fingertips with just a few clicks. No more scrolling through endless pages in forums and comparing different magazine reviews.

Let the Games Start!

It only takes a minute to find the next game you will love: simply create a profile on itcher, rate your favourite games and get a list of games you will love.

I am Paola Bassanese, and I love twitter – I think in slogans! I am a contributing author at itcher mag covering mainly quirky movies that I like and that I hope you′ll like too. [n-e-x-t] I have written a few books including The Foraging Home Cook, and also write about health and lifestyle for the Huffington Post. I consider myself to be a Londoner even though I was born in Italy. I love 80s music and foreign language films, but I also enjoy going to the opera and ballet.
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