GamesAreEvil writes, "When I was a kid, the scoring system was obvious. 1 was terrible and 10 was totally tits, the bee's knees, the cat's proverbial pajamas. In true "Spinal Tap" tradition a game could even go to 11. I grew into my teens and discovered that the 10 point numbering system could easily be applied to fingers. Like "I'd cut off 10 fingers for 1 hour with Claudia Lynx and a gallon of lube," or "I would clip all 10 of my finger nails to take a number 3 in Julia Robert's mouth." I moved into my early 20's and started looking at the numbering system as percentages. If a game got a 3, it meant 30% of all people who play games might like it. Now I have no idea what the numbering system is for..."