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Wood-Grilled Reviews is a review "show" set up by Magical "Grill" Dylan. It is a lighthearted take on the reviewing process which was built to help improve and give ideas for articles in progress as well as provide feedback on complete articles. As part of the League of Fantendo Critics, it aims to be a different twist compared to other review shows with a different type of scoring method and a unique theme for the entire ordeal. Wood-Grilled Reviews started taking requests on May 16, 2015.
Understanding the Wood-Grilled Method
If you're gonna request reviews, you wanna know how it works, right? Well, let's get right to it! Reviewing your game uses one of two different scales: depending on whether your category of article is in the "Complete" area or the "Incomplete" area, you'll use either the CODE or OPT scale. Let's take a look at the "Complete" scale, for example:
- Creativity - How unique is the article's content? Is it willing to try out new things?
- Organization - Is the article aesthetically pleasing? Is it quick and easy to navigate?
- Detail - Can the article be understood if you're not familiar with the topic? Are things well explained?
- Effort - Does the article feature a lot of content? Is it filled with great ideas?
And now, here's the "Incomplete" scale:
- Overview - How's the article for starters? Is it in a good state?
- Potential - Can you do more with the game? What new ideas could you use?
- Track - Is the game going in the right developmental direction? Is everything focused and balanced?
Both scales features easy to remember acronyms that makes the review scale easier to remember, while still covering a lot of areas of the game. Each part of the scale is given a number between 1 and 5, with 1 being the lowest and 5 being the highest. At the end, all the scores are added up to provide a final score on the "Seasoned Scale" out of 20, which determines the rank of your game.
Previously Reviewed Articles
Here's a list of articles reviewed in the past. They'll be ordered from best to worst review score, so looking at the top items on this list might help you understand how a top-quality article is expected to have!
- Battle of Bracelets: The Origin of the Legend - 18/20
- Wario Land U - 18/20
- Motor Chickz - 18/20
- Several Nights at Fierce's 2 - 18/20
- Nintendium: The Nintendo Legends' Arena - 15/20
- Human Devastation - 14/20
- Grab Glove Platform Panic - 13/20
- Peter Pika (2015 game) - 13/20
- Okami U - 11/20
- Epic Warriors - 10/20
Requests are CLOSED until further notice!
This area is for articles that have been completed or are on the finishing touches. Articles put into this section are reviewed based on their ideas, and are given tips for making articles similar to it in the future. To enter a request, edit this section or place them in the comments.
One of the unique things about Wood-Grilled Reviews is the ability to request unfinished games for review without being criticized for lack of completion. These reviews focus on the direction of development and provide unique ideas and ways to expand on the concept. To enter a request, edit this section or place them in the comments.
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