What I will now do, and encourage others to, is type a good review in iTunes, and copy and paste it into Toucharcade. (or vice versa) This way hopefully we can help the devs who make the wicked titles and combat people who didn't like a game or competitors who leave 1 star reviews. I'm not a dev, but I've seen the AppStore marketplace change. I used to review everything on the AppStore and write stuff here too, but there sheer volume of awesome titles means I've been hanging out here more and downloading them, and failing to leave a review in the AppStore. I've been quite shamed to see that weeks after a favourite game's release, there is still no review in the Australian AppStore and I've been enjoying it non-stop. This has happened too often with too many titles. Toucharcade is the best thing in existence, really; but the average joe browsing AppStore on his iPhone probably doesn't know about it, and only by leaving reviews can we pass on info of how we feel about a particular game.