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Re: Some Gamespot BS from a TG

Jul 5, 2013

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Polygon has pretty much proven themselves to be in bed with Microsoft, so that's not too surprising.

 

GameSpot has pretty much proven themselves to be traffic/ad revenue **bleep**, so that's not too surprising.


Some one in the comments posted that the mods should start screening the articles to be put on, so a mod said they have no control over what get's put up,  and what is considered a good article. He did say recently there were some very questionable articles added to Gamespot.com. I'm not defending them, I'm just saying.


They're just lazy. They should remove them if they're "questionable articles"

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Re: Some Gamespot BS from a TG

Jul 5, 2013

TheNobleSquirrel wrote:

FUIVT0PLAY wrote:

I-Like-Pie45 wrote:

Polygon has pretty much proven themselves to be in bed with Microsoft, so that's not too surprising.

 

GameSpot has pretty much proven themselves to be traffic/ad revenue **bleep**, so that's not too surprising.


Some one in the comments posted that the mods should start screening the articles to be put on, so a mod said they have no control over what get's put up,  and what is considered a good article. He did say recently there were some very questionable articles added to Gamespot.com. I'm not defending them, I'm just saying.


They're just lazy. They should remove them if they're "questionable articles"


Yeah but they can't. They don't get to decide what goes on the website, they just maintain it. NVM, Undeadlabs. Screw them. And Gamespot. I use IGN anyway. They have imoaN.


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Re: Some Gamespot BS from a TG

Jul 5, 2013

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There was that part at the university where Ellie escorts Joel out.


There was that part where Ellie kicks **bleep**.

Secondly, how believable would it be for a 5'4'' 120lbs 14 year old girl to choke out 6', 180lbs,  30-ish males? Yeah I don;t think so. That's why Joel is there. Things like "Carl" need to get off the internet or stick with own ideas about how things run, cause god knows "those" people haven't ruined enough things.

 

Green Lantern

Wolverine

Colossus

Ironman/Captain America

Batman/Robin


I'm just saying it's not feministic , is that a word?

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Re: Some Gamespot BS from a TG

Jul 5, 2013

FUIVT0PLAY wrote:

TheNobleSquirrel wrote:

FUIVT0PLAY wrote:

I-Like-Pie45 wrote:

Polygon has pretty much proven themselves to be in bed with Microsoft, so that's not too surprising.

 

GameSpot has pretty much proven themselves to be traffic/ad revenue **bleep**, so that's not too surprising.


Some one in the comments posted that the mods should start screening the articles to be put on, so a mod said they have no control over what get's put up,  and what is considered a good article. He did say recently there were some very questionable articles added to Gamespot.com. I'm not defending them, I'm just saying.


They're just lazy. They should remove them if they're "questionable articles"


Yeah but they can't. They don't get to decide what goes on the website, they just maintain it. NVM, Undeadlabs. Screw them. And Gamespot. I use IGN anyway. They have imoaN.


It took me......forever to realise what that was. Then I got it. OH NAOMI!

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Re: Some Gamespot BS from a TG

Jul 5, 2013

Billy_Coens wrote:

FUIVT0PLAY wrote:

Billy_Coens wrote:

There was that part at the university where Ellie escorts Joel out.


There was that part where Ellie kicks **bleep**.

Secondly, how believable would it be for a 5'4'' 120lbs 14 year old girl to choke out 6', 180lbs,  30-ish males? Yeah I don;t think so. That's why Joel is there. Things like "Carl" need to get off the internet or stick with own ideas about how things run, cause god knows "those" people haven't ruined enough things.

 

Green Lantern

Wolverine

Colossus

Ironman/Captain America

Batman/Robin


I'm just saying it's not feministic , is that a word?


Yeah it's a word, and I'm agreeing with you BTW. I know it's not a feministic game, I'm just saying that certain people ruin things for others by demanding and whining and crying and soon things will change. Of course a ton of people hate it's articles, but if more people start thinking like it, then we'll be screwed, 'cause god forbid there's a white male lead in a video game with a female character is the star and it's feministic.


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Re: Some Gamespot BS from a TG

Jul 5, 2013

TheNobleSquirrel wrote:

FUIVT0PLAY wrote:

TheNobleSquirrel wrote:

FUIVT0PLAY wrote:

I-Like-Pie45 wrote:

Polygon has pretty much proven themselves to be in bed with Microsoft, so that's not too surprising.

 

GameSpot has pretty much proven themselves to be traffic/ad revenue **bleep**, so that's not too surprising.


Some one in the comments posted that the mods should start screening the articles to be put on, so a mod said they have no control over what get's put up,  and what is considered a good article. He did say recently there were some very questionable articles added to Gamespot.com. I'm not defending them, I'm just saying.


They're just lazy. They should remove them if they're "questionable articles"


Yeah but they can't. They don't get to decide what goes on the website, they just maintain it. NVM, Undeadlabs. Screw them. And Gamespot. I use IGN anyway. They have imoaN.


It took me......forever to realise what that was. Then I got it. OH NAOMI!


Yeah it was a joke on the comments section of a video wherein she breathes out real loud and goes, "oh gawd", then breathes heavy for a couple of seconds cause she got scared.


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Re: Some Gamespot BS from a TG

Jul 5, 2013

FUIVT0PLAY wrote:

TheNobleSquirrel wrote:

FUIVT0PLAY wrote:

TheNobleSquirrel wrote:

FUIVT0PLAY wrote:

I-Like-Pie45 wrote:

Polygon has pretty much proven themselves to be in bed with Microsoft, so that's not too surprising.

 

GameSpot has pretty much proven themselves to be traffic/ad revenue **bleep**, so that's not too surprising.


Some one in the comments posted that the mods should start screening the articles to be put on, so a mod said they have no control over what get's put up,  and what is considered a good article. He did say recently there were some very questionable articles added to Gamespot.com. I'm not defending them, I'm just saying.


They're just lazy. They should remove them if they're "questionable articles"


Yeah but they can't. They don't get to decide what goes on the website, they just maintain it. NVM, Undeadlabs. Screw them. And Gamespot. I use IGN anyway. They have imoaN.


It took me......forever to realise what that was. Then I got it. OH NAOMI!


Yeah it was a joke on the comments section of a video wherein she breathes out real loud and goes, "oh gawd", then breathes heavy for a couple of seconds cause she got scared.


I seen that. Apparently you did too :smileytongue:

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Re: Some Gamespot BS from a TG

Jul 5, 2013

TheNobleSquirrel wrote:

FUIVT0PLAY wrote:

TheNobleSquirrel wrote:

FUIVT0PLAY wrote:

TheNobleSquirrel wrote:

FUIVT0PLAY wrote:

I-Like-Pie45 wrote:

Polygon has pretty much proven themselves to be in bed with Microsoft, so that's not too surprising.

 

GameSpot has pretty much proven themselves to be traffic/ad revenue **bleep**, so that's not too surprising.


Some one in the comments posted that the mods should start screening the articles to be put on, so a mod said they have no control over what get's put up,  and what is considered a good article. He did say recently there were some very questionable articles added to Gamespot.com. I'm not defending them, I'm just saying.


They're just lazy. They should remove them if they're "questionable articles"


Yeah but they can't. They don't get to decide what goes on the website, they just maintain it. NVM, Undeadlabs. Screw them. And Gamespot. I use IGN anyway. They have imoaN.


It took me......forever to realise what that was. Then I got it. OH NAOMI!


Yeah it was a joke on the comments section of a video wherein she breathes out real loud and goes, "oh gawd", then breathes heavy for a couple of seconds cause she got scared.


I seen that. Apparently you did too :smileytongue:


Oh I did more than see it.


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Whatever, I ADORE the game and agree with some parts of the article. Nothing wrong with criticizing something you love.

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Re: Some Gamespot BS from a TG

Jul 5, 2013

FUIVT0PLAY wrote:

TheNobleSquirrel wrote:

FUIVT0PLAY wrote:

TheNobleSquirrel wrote:

FUIVT0PLAY wrote:

TheNobleSquirrel wrote:

FUIVT0PLAY wrote:

I-Like-Pie45 wrote:

Polygon has pretty much proven themselves to be in bed with Microsoft, so that's not too surprising.

 

GameSpot has pretty much proven themselves to be traffic/ad revenue **bleep**, so that's not too surprising.


Some one in the comments posted that the mods should start screening the articles to be put on, so a mod said they have no control over what get's put up,  and what is considered a good article. He did say recently there were some very questionable articles added to Gamespot.com. I'm not defending them, I'm just saying.


They're just lazy. They should remove them if they're "questionable articles"


Yeah but they can't. They don't get to decide what goes on the website, they just maintain it. NVM, Undeadlabs. Screw them. And Gamespot. I use IGN anyway. They have imoaN.


It took me......forever to realise what that was. Then I got it. OH NAOMI!


Yeah it was a joke on the comments section of a video wherein she breathes out real loud and goes, "oh gawd", then breathes heavy for a couple of seconds cause she got scared.


I seen that. Apparently you did too :smileytongue:


Oh I did more than see it.


In the words of Michael Scott, "That's what she said."

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