Scores may refer to:
- Scores (computer virus), an early computer virus affecting Macintosh computers
- Scores (restaurant) in Canada
- Scores, an album by electronic music group Hybrid
Other articles related to "scores, score":
... Scores Aggregate scores Aggregator Score GameRankings GC 58.1% (7 reviews) PS2 49.7% (20 reviews) Metacritic PS2 44% (14 reviews) GC 44% (5 reviews) Review scores Publication Score Famitsu GC 31 / 40 ...
... Old Scores is a 1991 film jointly produced by New Zealand and Wales, based around the two countries' mutual national sport of rugby union ... Old Scores was primarily intended as theatrical release in New Zealand but was shown a television movie in Wales ... Old Scores was directed by Alan Clayton, and the screenplay was by New Zealanders Dean Parker and Greg McGee ...
... Reception Review scores Publication Score N-Gage GC PS2 Xbox 1UP.com B+ B+ B+ B+ Eurogamer 7/10 7/10 7/10 Game Informer 9/10 9/10 9/10 GameSpot 8.1/10 8.2/10 8.2 ... PlayStation 2 version received the lowest scores of the console versions, it still fared well, scoring 80% at GameRankings and 79/100 at Metacritic ... The N-Gage version garnered scores similar to its console counterparts, receiving 76% and 79/100 at GameRankings and Metacritic, respectively ...
... Certain titles have received 'novelty' scores, as opposed to scores that fit in with the scoring system properly ...
... Reception Aggregate scores Aggregator Score GameRankings 71.70% (31 reviews) Metacritic 69% (28 reviews) Review scores Publication Score GameSpot 7.0/10 GameSpy IGN 8.0/10 Nintendo World Report 8/10 Dance ...
Famous quotes containing the word scores:
“What is it then between us?
What is the count of the scores or hundreds of years between us?
Whatever it is, it avails notdistance avails not, and
place avails not,”
—Walt Whitman (18191892)
“Why have such scores of lovely, gifted girls
Married impossible men?
Simple self-sacrifice may be ruled out,
And missionary endeavour, nine times out of ten.”
—Robert Graves (18951985)
“It is not he who gains the exact point in dispute who scores most in controversybut he who has shown the better temper.”
—Samuel Butler (18351902)