Rating System

So this is just a quick guide to the rating system for my reviews:

1/10 = Just No. Basically if something gets this rating then it’s just not worth it and you should avoid it unless you have a masochistic streak.

2/10 = Terrible. If something gets this rating then it’s still awful but it has something small that saves it from being completely unejoyable, for example a funny scene in an otherwise unfunny movie.

3/10 = Still Bad. If something gets this rating then it’s still really bad but I think it might be worth watching/playing once or at least I wouldn’t suggest you avoid it.

4/10 = Almost Good. If something gets this rating then I’d say that it’s close to being good, but it either has too many issues or it never quite lived up to its potential.

5/10 = OK. If something gets this rating then I’d say it’s neither good nor bad, it’s the kind of thing you’d forget once it’s over but you wouldn’t hate to repeat it again.

6/10 = Good. If something gets this rating then it’s certainly entertaining but it still has issues and on reflection it’s just not that great.

7/10 = Very Good. If something gets this rating then I think it’s thoroughly enjoyable but it has issues that prevent it from being truly great.

8/10 = Great. If something gets this rating then I’d happily enjoy it over and over again but it’s not something I’d really recommend to everyone and it might have some lingering issues.

9/10 = Brilliant. If something gets this rating then its nearly got it right but its just missing that little something that’d make it perfect.

10/10 = Perfect. This rating is reserved for something that’s just the best, I could enjoy it over and over again and would happily recommend it to everyone.

*This rating scale only applies to Movies, TV Shows and Games, anything else I review such as Music won’t be rated in the same way. 

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