So, a couple things. Your website's extraordinarily ugly. Simplify it, and for god's sake get rid of that mspaint. Glowing text should die a fiery, horrible death. The text links at the top should easily lead to and through your review sections, rather than extra links that must be clicked through.
That aside, why do you have half-scores? If you're going to do that, just do an out of 10 ranking. Half scores are silly.
I don't get the grey fence background. The rest of the site's bright and colorful, why a boring grey, not to mention text that's hard to read? Black text on white background. Don't do half-tones.
The reviews are also too short and not exactly informative. Mostly just, "hey, I liked this game! You should try it out!" Well... okay. Also, judging games on their length and the amount of money is the most overused "game review" trope imaginable. You will never see this in reviews of any other media, and it's ridiculous that videogames are somehow an exception. It's lazy and unreasonable. You need to go deeper than surface impressions if you want respectability as a writer. A ten-year-old could tell me how pretty the graphics are or how the game controls.