About Us

Review policy down below!

Who are we?

We are a small group of people who love video games. Our passion for video games is something we want to share with you here at Ulvespill. Our crew members have previous experiences in the video game industry, everything from video game design, programming and media. Ulvespill was founded back in December 2015 as a personal blog to deliver our own opinions on the latest video games. To this day, that hasn’t changed, but Ulvespill has expanded to three different branches throughout the years.

Ulvespill Media/Press Branch

We are not a traditional gaming-site, as we provide articles with personal opinions rather than the traditional objective journalism, to create a more personal touch to connect with the readers. We’re doing this out of true passion and love for games.

Ulvespill LAN Organizer

We’re attending lots of different LAN parties in Norway, where we contribute the events in the form of activities and competitions throughout the event. In some cases, we also Co-Host the main event. The reason why we do this is because we love giving kids & youths the opportunity to be a part of this great community, and of course have a chance to try out both new and old video games and video game-related hardware.

Ulvespill Esport

‘Ulvespill Esport’ consists of people who love video games and the Esport community both in Norway and International. The goal is to become one of the most familiar and best Esport clubs in Norway and of course get a foot inside the international arena. Today we have a broad amount of various people who have diverse experiences when it comes to Esport, such as managing, trainers and operations.

Our Crew

Kim Haug (1)Sunniva Stalsberg (1)Christian Airbourne Sjursen.pngJoakim Ulvær.pngEira Skovlund (1)

 

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Review Policy

How do we set a score on our reviews?
When we review games, we’re always looking into a few topics. Graphics, gameplay, replay value, and controls.
And we set a score between 1-10 on each of these topics, then the overall score is the average score between all of these topics.
For instance;

Graphics: 9/10
Story: 9/10
Replay Value: 8/10
Gameplay: 9/10
Controls: 8/10

Total Score: 9/10
Pros / Cons

1 – Unplayable (The developers should be banned from creating more games, wasting our precious time like that)
2 – Terrible (If you love self-torture, be our guest)
3 – Bad (If you love the series, wait for rental or sale)
4 – Potential (We won’t recommend this, but the game got potential)
5 – Mediocre (Might want to wait for a sale, some will like this game and others won’t)
6 – Decent (There is something here you must experience, worth for fans of the series)
7 – Good (A great game, but something is missing, worth for fans of the genre )
8 – Great (Maybe not a must buy, but this is a game with high quality)
9 – Amazing (Almost everything is top-notch, most likely a must-have)
10 – Legendary! (close to perfection)

Early Access / Remasters Review Scores

1 – Unplayable (The developers should be banned from creating more games, wasting our precious time like that)
2 – Terrible (If you love self-torture, be our guest)
3 – Bad (If you love the series, wait for rental or sale)
4 – Potential (We won’t recommend this, but the game got potential)
5 – Mediocre (Might want to wait for a sale, some will like this game and others won’t)
6 – Decent (There is something here you must experience, worth for fans of the series)
7 – Good (A great game, but something is missing, worth for fans of the genre )
8 – Great (Maybe not a must buy, but this is a game with high quality)
9 – Amazing (Almost everything is top-notch, most likely a must-have)
10 – Legendary! (close to perfection)

Disclaimer!

  1. We have a zero-tolerance policy in regards to microtransactions in video games. Therefore will the parts of video games we review that includes microtransactions or macro transactions be excluded from the review. By doing this, we set the score of the video game you buy from day one without any more purchases, as this is the product you first intended to buy. *There are some cases we accept microtransactions, where this is an option to get cosmetics items or video games that are free to play, to begin with (as long as the items are achievable without the microtransactions).
  2. We do not accept paid promotions/articles on our page. Even though some of our reviews have been sponsored by diverse PR companies and publishers, we will never receive money for our reviews and it will never impact our opinions in the reviews. If you suspect otherwise please contact kim@ulvespill.no

 

 

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