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Brand Loyalty. Is it a War Worth Fighting?

He and she said that they’re right, without proof, and hence anger erupted from the fiery volcano, and people discredited one another and began to fight among themselves.

Conflict has been waged over what has been the best since the beginning of anything, and envy resulted. The video game arena is no different. The conflict, envy, and unreasonable love needs to stop though.

Those who have kept these attributes aflame within the video game industry are labeled as fan-boys and fan-girls. These labeled people are loyalist who devote themselves to a specific company. They’re ultimately loyal to either Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft, or PC, respectively.

Wheather or not, if these people are beneficial to the video game industry is a mystery in and of itself that will be hopefully addressed as we continue this topic.

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DivineAssault 2097d ago

Nope.. Play what you want despite the brand..

Lucretia2097d ago

exactly.

i find it sad when people miss good games like uncharted, halo or zelda because they refuse to buy the other consoles

Perjoss2097d ago (Edited 2097d ago )

@ DivineAssault

Congratulations, this comment has earned you a bubble, I didn't even stalk your previous posts to see if you really deserved it or not!

bacrec12097d ago

Thank you, I get so sick of the BS!

Anon19742097d ago

Exactly. Even if you prefer one brand, there's nothing wrong with that but you'd be a fool to let brand loyalty be the only reason for skipping a game.

Perjoss2097d ago

Exactly, I love my 360 but I didn't want to miss out on Uncharted, Valkyria, Heavy Rain and stuff like that.

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LX-General-Kaos2097d ago

No but it is pretty funny to read about online.

NYC_Gamer2097d ago (Edited 2097d ago )

I'll play any platform regardless of the logo.Why should i miss out on quality software from different machines.

Blankman852097d ago

Nothing truly wrong with brand loyalty, in fact it can be a good thing because it actually gives you an extra bit of satisfaction when you make a purchase based on your loyaltn to a brand.
Problem comes when brand loyalty becomes fanatism and you refuse to see anything good from other brands.

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