In his Guide for Reviews => Review snippet guidelines, Google directly states:
Refer clearly to a specific product or service
Make sure the reviews and ratings you mark up are readily available to users from the marked-up page.
If you create structured data for the list, then check the following Google requirement for Multiple elements on a page:
A category page listing several different products (or recipes, videos, or any other type). Each entity should be marked up using the relevant schema.org type, such as schema.org/Product for product category pages. However, if one item is marked, all items should be marked. Also, unless this is a carousel page, the marked items should not link out to separate details pages.
In this case, you can use only one method for your markup, such as Single, all-in-one-page list. Please note that with this method you can only set links to the current web page using link anchors such as example.com/categoryZ.html#productA
The documentation of property sameAs tells us:
URL of a reference Web page that unambiguously indicates the item's identity
It is doubtful that a web page with reviews can be perceived as an identifier.
IMHO, create structured data for one product which is presented on one and separate web page. In this case, will be here a explicit connection can be expressed between the product being presented and a reviews for this product.