What does the S in S tier stand for? I'm assuming special?
Yes, its a video game thing. S tier is the highest tier.What does the S in S tier stand for? I'm assuming special?
It's unrelated to e-ticket and ticket book classifications. It's a esoteric rating system brought over from video games. When you finish a level you get ranked on your performance and S is the best and then it goes down from A.I'm a bit confused. Why is there S and F? Isnt the rides categorized as A-Ticket to E-Ticket only? Where is the E?
I'm sorry but being on quarantine for this long is frying my brain cells as I'm not that productive everyday
Well I guess I still don’t understand why S is the best rating and then it jumps to A.I'm afraid I dont follow.
S is the highest tier, A is the tier below that (2nd best), B is below A (3rd best) and so on
See the links above, its a video game thing.Well I guess I still don’t understand why S is the best rating and then it jumps to A.
I realise there are several examples of ratings from say A to E where A is the best. I wouldn’t call that “going down from A” but maybe that’s just a terminology thing.
Nice to see the peoplemover getting respect. This dislike of the muppets is beginning to worry me...Something like this I suppose