How it's Going?
Have been using the site for a few weeks to compile release lists. There are some pros and cons to consider vs Metacritic and other sources.
Games are frequently missing from search and upcoming releases. These tend to be smaller titles such as Vincemus - Air Combat (a WWII aerial combat game on Steam that at time of writing has sub100 followers according to Steamdb.)
Other titles have missing platform associations, such as Catie in Meowmeowland which was missing PS4/5 and Xbox O/S/X, and similarly Weird West was assigned last gen PS4 and next gen Xbox S|X but missing PS5 and Xbox One.
What I do find useful are the UX elements. When a game is here, seeing icons for Steam, GoG, Official websites, Wikipedia etc is very useful to get a quick picture of where a game is being released so I can give good coverage to each platform. Cover art and gallery is also very helpful when deciding which games to feature.
I did look at updating information on a game that was missing a couple of weeks back and found the process was too detailed. I wasn't able to flag the existence of missing information or a missing game without also submitting that information myself, and frankly I'm not about to start curating the site for free.
Suggestion: BUT an idea did occur to me, that a one-time invite to update info could be made available to a studio / marketing house so that they can update the site with accurate information about their release; they would have the biggest motivation to do so I imagine.
The long and short of it is, at present I don't use the site to browse for game releases as the list is too incomplete, and when I do use search, the information is often unreliable. Presentation wise, I enjoy using the site to shortlist games I'm looking at covering.