Just a guy who likes video games, anime and rehab science.
I rate anime according to how much I enjoy it both in an artistic, emotional and technical level. Of course the priority is given to my emotions because I am human. Or at least I hope.
1 out of 10 (APPALLING) : This is a rating I reserve for shows that both fail to impress me in a technical level whilst managing make me feel insulted. This also includes shows that make me feel genuine disgust.
2 out of 10 (Horrible): Shows that did not manage to make me engaged for a few moments or they made me feel bad for being invested in them in the first place.
3 out of 10 (very bad) : Shows that make me question my hobbies. In the worst way imaginable.
4 out of 10 (bad) : Just things I did not enjoy at all.
5 out of 10 (mediocre) : Inoffensive but there are usually better things in the same genre that can be viewed.
6 out of 10 (view able) : Enjoyable to watch but failed to leave any lasting impressions.
7 out of 10 (good): Generally inoffensive and enjoyable shows. Some of these may even be the favorite for other people. They managed to keep me engaged but are mostly forgotten.
8 out of 10 (great): Shows that I usually enjoyed form start to finish. Alternatively shows that had very interesting ideas or concepts that keep me wanting more. And to the gotts of anime, people give me a second season for the incomplete shows I rated 8 and above.
9 out of 10 ( amazing): These are the ones I've enjoyed from start to finish either through narrative, technical prowess or sheer emotional impact. While they may not be for everyone, these are the shows I recommend to people I know.
10 out of 10 (personal favorite): I do not consider myself to be a person who has the right to call anything a masterpiece nor do I ever intend to in a serious manner. But out of everything I watched these are the ones who made me fully invested, are the shows that made me wish to consume their other adaptations and still manage to make me care for the show. I am a person who almost never replays, rereads or re-watch anything. But these are the exceptions.