There is no place on the Internet where one can manage all their games in one library, track stats, and discover what to play next. RAWG.io solves these problems with a community-driven database of game creators and games across all stores and platforms. Now RAWG has over 52,000 games in its database and over 15,000 game creators.
The UI is nice enoughCons:
I dont understand why I need or should want this
Is the primary purpose as a recommendation engine? Is it a reviews aggregator? Is it a "do everything thats already being done elsewhere, but do it in one place" website? What does RAWG do that Steam/Metacritic/Gamerankings/gaming websites don't already do? I guess I don't see the value to spending hours making a unified list of all the games that I already own and that I already know that I own, when having that final list doesnt seem to provide any new utility.Jason Alt has used this product for one day.
- Filter Options
- Development Team Section
- Cross Platforms
- Deep Data PoolCons:
- So far, none
I just stumbled over this website and after a few minutes already recommended it to a friend. Looks very promising, especially the "development team"-section is something I'm interested in. This section and the knowledge about who wrote and created games is most often overlookedMalte has used this product for one day.