Tag created in June 2017
Benchmark's popularity amongst developers
This chart shows the amount of games released over the years with the Benchmark tag and the percentage of games released on Steam they account for. The number of releases gives an appreciation of the quantity of games published each year. It often tends to increase naturally, just like the total amount of Steam games released.
The percentage, on the other hand, gives a better view of the trend a tag follows. It shows if, in proportion, the Benchmark tag is getting more or less popular. The Review chart will tell us if this trend is a good thing (i.e. players interest is increasing, tag is undercrowded) or if it's the opposite.
The Benchmark game tag peaked in 2020 with 2 games released. The popularity of the tag is in a range between 0.03% in 2011 and 0.0017% in 2020.
Note that the chart ends in 2020, probably because no game was released in this tag after that.
Benchmark's popularity amongst players
On this chart, you can see the reviews for games associated with the Benchmark tag, both as count and as a percentage of all Steam reviews, and the value for an average game. If the graph is hard to read, you can deactivate the review count and % of the average lines by clicking on the legend.
The review count gives a view of the sheer amount of reviews a tag receives, but it also follows the popularity of Steam itself. That is why the normalized value as a percentage of all Steam reviews is often more interesting, as it gives you the popularity trend for Benchmark tag games.
A typical game associated with this tag collected on average between 29 (2010) and 794 (2016) reviews. Bear in mind that it is the average, and it can be strongly influenced by extreme values, like the release of a very popular game with this tag.
The reviews per game as a percentage of the average show that games in the Benchmark tag received between 69% (2013) and 209% (2016) reviews compared to other tags.
Positive reviews ratio for Benchmark, per language
This chart shows an aggregated Steam rating for all the Benchmark tag games, classed by language. It gives an idea about how different audiences will judge a game with this tag. A lower rating doesn't always mean that the audience doesn't enjoy that particular tag, as some cultures tend to always give lower scores. But it will affect a game's rating nonetheless.
The best rating for Benchmark games is 92% for the Finnish audience, and the worst is 81% for the French audience.
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