I am talking about something similar to price to performance ratio while comparing hardware. Only in this case it would be price to rating ratio. So for example a game with 95% rating that costs 5$ would be ranked higher than a game that has 97% rating with a cost of 20$. Another example 60% rating with 60$ would be ranked lower than 50% rating and 10$.
Using magical values to find the "perfect game score" will always lead to problems. I'd rather leave it as to separate values.
What's magical about it? Will you please care to elaborate? I am not very knowledgeable about these things, so I am sorry if I suggested something weird. Also this will just be another column in the games on sale list, just like % off, rating, ends in, and price.
We don't want to have extra multiple columns displaying different values, as it having too much information on the page would be overwhelming. As for the magic value, trying to rank games by combining multiple values into one just doesn't work too well. We already have discount/rating filtering, and you can sort the tables, that should be more than enough to do what you want.
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