Play-Mag writes: Trolling is an artform – a beautiful one at times. So here are eight of the best trolls we’ve hastily related to gaming in some way.
No Peter Molyneux?
Yessss he totally needs to be on here.
Peter Molyneux should be number one in this list.
What about EA's CEO? And everyone else who decided to charge to play online if you bought your game used.
Also Jack Tretton and every other politician who actually trolls against the industry. Oh yeah, and that movie critic Roger Ebert, who thinks there is no art in games - because drawing on a computer is so different than drawing with a paint brush.
Peter Molyneux isn't so much a troll, just a genuinely morale corrupt person that thinks too much of himself and his opinion.
He said the acorns would grow into trees. Sounds like a troll to me. lol
Oh, so you're saying he's a pretentious douche?
Molyneux isn't a troll, he's something...else. Something far worse and far more destructive and I have no doubt in my mind he will be the end of us all.
He sounds like a memember of N4G
He is worse than a troll.... He is a 'Hobbe'. But regardless I still have a soft spot for that Hobbe. I must be masochistic.
What about Robert Bowling?
I wouldn't call Gabe a troll... he is actually a nice guy who offers a great service like steam, and his company offers free dlc Unless we are talking about him dodging questions about HL3, then maybe But still... he's a nice guy, shame people make fun of his weight though
especially after all those negative comments about the ps3 only to appear on sony's stage at e3 to announce the next portal game....ahhh troll tears have never tasted sweeter
@solidboss I would not call that being a troll... I mean he stated his opinion.... but Sony improved ( I picked up a PS3 in 2008, when they really kicked it into high gear) And thus he took his words back, I mean he did not constantly attack the PS3 or anything... just stated his opinion
I know these are not a single person but the list should include Crytek & Ninja Theory.
No Reggie? he trolled the world e3
LOL @ the Kratos one. I remember that scene from GoW3. xD
When I read that title the first two names that come to mind are Robert "Trolling" and Revolver Ocelot.
can't argue with Troll from Oblivion.
Really funny article. lol
Im sorry there fellas, this list in incomplete, where is big John Riccitiello?
no jim sterling???
This is a list of the biggest "trolls", not "[email protected]
Cliffy B, anyone?
Kotick isn't a troll. He actually is just a terrible person.
Aaron Greenberg, although I haven't heard anything from him in a while...
Jack Thompson, the videogame attorney who was to save humanity from videogames's evil.
Why wasn't Gaben at number 3? *kneels on ground shouting at the sky* Why won't you just give us a game with the number three in it?
I'll add Microsoft to that list. 3 years of gaming droughts despite all the money they ALREADY have (200 billion dollars worth) AND the money made from Xbox live subscriptions; Usher at E3; Apps only focus (only Smartglass app was actually genius); Charging to use Apps that are already free on PS3 (and PC); Kinect focus; and the runaround of Halo/Forza/Fable/Gears games YEAR after YEAR. What the hell, Microsoft? They are the Kings of gaming trolls this gen. Hands down.
The green hill troll had me laughing for ages :D
LOL Green Hill Troll.
I can't stop laughing at the Green Hill Troll.
OMG me too HAHAHA!!
<3 Green hill troll.
Pachter is the biggest troll
"Look at that cheeky little smile." But he isn't smiling. Hell, he looks like he just discovered this article.
Casey Hudson isn't on there.
Why do people have to use that picture of Gabe? It's creepy as hell!
It's the only real life picture of the beginnings of a Hulk transformation. People use it as a warning that you should never make Gabe angry.
They forgot David Jaffe!!!
where is Ono-san (producer of SF4-and onward)? lovee the games but he trolled the fighting community hard
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