The race is on at has had a fantastic make over, the site now boasts a home page that has, Top 5 rated games, new arrivals, latest updates all in an easy to the eye format. There are also random screen shots from some of the best Xbox Live Community Games.

When you look at a game now, you will see all the information you find at the Xbox Marketplace, including screen shots

My favourite part of the update has to be that you can now look at the top rated games all on one page. It was when I was looking at this that I noticed how close the race is for the most voted for game. For a site that has only been online for a matter of days is proving to be a very popular, and the two top rated games are neck and neck in the race to be the first game to receive one hundred votes. Both Miner Dig Deep and Carneyvale Showtime have had over ninety votes. Which will be the first to this landmark?

Why not have you say?


Miner Dig Deep won the race to 100 votes.

Miner Dig Deep

By: Robir
Genre: Action & Adventure
Price: 200
Last Release: Mar 13, 2009
Approval: 82.4% (102 votes) now has user ratings for XBLCG

You wait 6 months for Microsoft to do something about user ratings on Xbox Live Community Games then 2 great independent sites step up to the plate and deliver what MS have been unwilling to.

Earlier this week added user ratings. It’s a site that lists all Xbox Live Community Games and has all the information you could wish to find about the games, including links to reviews, forums and the marketplace it even list when a game has had an update.

Voting at has got off to a flying start, it uses a simple would you recommend this game to a friend, Yes or No system. So it’s easy to see what game demos to try.

The second site has been around a lot longer is a very comprehensive site, with screen shots and game videos, but up to now you could only rate a game if you wrote a review. Under the new system you still need to sign up to the site, but you can rate games without writing a review.

At you score a game out of ten, so readers can see how good users think a game is.

Both sites are doing a sterling job a increasing public awareness of XBLCG so we urge you all to go to them and rate the games you have played.

Poll: Have you rated a game at

You can rate Xbox Live Community Games at

You can come back and vote again when you have rated some games now has user ratings

One of Xbox Live Community Games star, Nick Gravelyn has updated to include user ratings. All you have to do is to sign in with your live account ,then when you choose any game you get a chance to rate it.

The system Nick has chosen is a simple choose between, I like it +(plus), or I don’t like it – (minus).

The site then adds up the scores and gives the game a %. This is so simple yets works very well.

So, what are you waiting for get over to and let the world know which games they should or should not be trying. Don’t be shy to give negative scores as this whole project will not work if you don’t.