Nintendo fans can now upload their own reviews and scores directly to Nintendo's website, Shack News reports. The new system is similar to Steam's user reviews, which allow users to point out what parts of a game they did and did not like.
To leave a review, all a user needs is a Nintendo account. From there, reviews can be written, scores can be given on a five-point scale and users can choose whether or not a they found a review helpful. Nintendo's also implemented a tagging system, with tags such as "Great Value" and "Immersive," users can quickly leave alongside their score.
Check out user reviews of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild here at the link.
As the system is still new, it's unclear whether or not Nintendo will face similar challenges with user reviews that Valve does. Frequently, when a developer does something players don't find favor with, users will "review bomb" a game, leaving as many as 15,000 negative reviews over the course of only a couple days.