We also don’t do review scores of the traditional kind. Again, this is due to how distorted the use of scores has become in recent years, with the numbers/stars/percentages used rarely reflecting any form of empirical truth. But where possible, we try to provide more than one point of view on a review or subject. We also suggest whether the item involved is worth your time.

Instead of review scores we use pictures that depict our overall opinion of the item involved (these are our general images, otherwise we use ones of the main post’s author):

Misc-good misc-meh

misc-could-be-better

misc-wtf

misc-bad

We also say where we sourced our review item from, whether it was paid for by the reviewer or provided by PR.