What is the standard that makes an rpgmaker game good? When is it sellable, and what is a fair price? It seems that it is very hard to pin down. Or do i just feel that the players nowadys are insatiable? In case you don't know what the gold standard is, imagine a runner. Reaching the goal - this includes being the last one - is the copper standard. In game terms, this would mean an "complete" game. If you reach the goal by being the number ~500 out of 1000, then that is the silver standard. The game is "average" which equates to ~60-70 rating. Being in the top 10% is the gold standard. A runner still doesn't win a price - which is why i hate sports - but a game is good enough to reach ~80. Finally, the platinum status which is +90... but that isn't a goal - it is a superhuman effort that doesn't make you money long term.