In this section we’ll give you a brief overview of how everyone’s reviews work. Each member of the Con Artists delivers his/her own style, so if you’re unsure of where any of us stands, please take a look below.
I don’t really use a rating system, preferring instead to let my reviews do the talking. In many cases, I feel that there are too many aspects to games or shows to try and fit everything into one value. That said, I will usually end with a sentence or two on whether I would recommend the show or not, and why.
First Lieutenant Sushma
I use a star rating system ranging from 1-5 at the end of my reviews.
2 Stars – Bad – This show is bad and you should avoid it. It made have had one or two redeeming factors but for the most part, it was a poorly constructed show.
3 Stars – Neutral – This show is somewhere in the middle. It wasn’t good and it wasn’t bad, so it wasn’t anything special. This rating means I personally put it into mediocre territory, but you should watch it and decide for yourself. There’s a chance you’ll believe it is better or worse that what I think.
4 Stars – Good- You should watch this show. It had a couple of flaws that couldn’t be ignored but overall it was something I’d recommend.
My rating system is fairly simple. Following the full review, I give a final verdict:
Strongly Recommended – This show is exceptional and should be seen right away.
Recommended – The show is worth your time.
Undecided – The show is mediocre, or did not make a strong impression.
Not Recommended – I did not enjoy the show.
Avoid At All Costs – Reserved for shows that are exceptional bad or offensive.
These are fairly broad categories, so please use them only as general guidelines. I also offer a few significant pros and cons to sum up the show’s strengths and weaknesses. The same system applies to any games I rate as well.
Cabin Boy Brendan