The Good Kind of Geek’s New Review Policy

Hello, everybody.

Hi geeks, Nikki here.  How’s everyone doing today?

If you’re a fan of the site, you probably already noticed we have a new way to review our materials.  If not, that’s okay, because I’m here to explain the changes anyway.

We usually end a review with a score out of ten, but that’s not enough for people who don’t want to read the whole review, or too busy to do so at the time.  To make your life easier, we’re going to have a small rundown at the end of reviews, listing the goods and the bads of the materials we reviewed.

Here’s an example from this week’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles episode review The Creeping Doom:

-The Good: Donny becoming stupid, Snakeweed and The Creep working together, and fun actions.

– The Bad: Rushed Ending.

-Overall Score: 8/10

Simple!  Now you don’t have to go through the entire review to know why exactly I gave the material that score!

Right away, I decide to give the rundown a better, simpler way to read.  Check out the example from Man vs Rock review:

– The Good:

  • Unique setting.
  • Funny

– The Bad:

  • Some jokes are hard to get used to.
  • The art is a bit messy at first.

– Overall Score: 8.5/10

Definitely easier to read now, huh?

This will be how we review the materials in the future.  We still haven’t a chance yet to review films and games with the new policy, but it’s going to happen very soon.  Tomorrow we will review Vacation (2015) with the new policy intact, and next week Until Dawn too.

If you’re interested, here are two more reviews with the new rundown policy already:

Fear the Walking Dead “Pilot” Review

Rick and Morty “Get Schwifty” Review

Let us know if you have any suggestions 🙂

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