yBaX PLAY has four graded options to reflect the reviewers overall opinion of the product under review.

I have decided not to use a numerical scale, as a number grade for one review may contradict another reviewed product. This is a fairer and transparent way to express the reviewers overall opinion.

By taking the yBaX logo, each letter is associated with a overall grade description:

A
Once rewarded an ‘A’, the reviewer is clarifying that they’ve absolutely enjoyed the reviewed product – with minimum faults.
X
Once rewarded an ‘X’, the reviewer is clarifying that they’ve enjoyed the reviewed product – yet there are notable faults.
Y
Once rewarded a ‘Y’, the reviewer is clarifying that they’ve liked the reviewed product – yet there are outstanding faults.
B
Once rewarded a ‘B’, the reviewer is clarifying that overall, they’ve disliked the reviewed product. Its faults may overweigh its merits.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If the lettering of the grades are confusing, just look to the corresponding colours of the letter opposed to the letter itself:

Green is overwhelmingly positive, Blue is positive, Amber is average and Red is negative.

Check out our Reviews page to see these at work.

Readers are also encouraged to submit their own personal articles/reviews if they want to share their voice. A scoring system for guest reviews is optional, and may not reflect the same judgements made by the yBaX PLAY staff.

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