April 13, 2012 by Paul Curtin
For years we’ve allowed users to vote whether extra scenes during and/or after the credits of movies and games are worth waiting around for. Last year we implemented our Top 100 feature, which ranks every movie and video game in our database based on how many people have voted that the extras are worth waiting around for once the credits roll.
Now in our newest feature we’re taking our stinger rating scale to the next level by displaying each movie and game’s current numeral score in a color-coded system that allows users to quickly and conveniently see whether they should stick around for the credits. Users can then go to individual movie and game pages, see a breakdown of the voting, and contribute to the overall score by adding their votes, too.
Here’s a breakdown of exactly how it works:
Let us know what you think as this feature is still in the very early stages of development and we’d love to get everyone’s feedback!
Thanks again for all the love and support,
Founder, Webmaster, and Editor