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Do Gamers Moan Too Much?

Fans of the Devil May Cry series in the States have taken belligerent whining to the next level, petitioning the White House to have DmC pulled from the shelves. Why would they do this? Because they don’t like the direction that Dante’s latest adventure has taken.

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Ezz20131221d ago

"Do Gaming media Moan Too Much?"

fixed :)

any reboot will always have some who love it and some don't
no need to 9000 article about it

you can't say old Dante fans Moan Too Much or haters because they didn't like the new DmC game
they have every right to say their opinion about it

also the new DmC fans have every right to love it too

StickTwiddlers1221d ago (Edited 1221d ago )

The article doesn't claim that "old Dante fans" moan too much but it does explore how far is too far.

Is petitioning the president of the United States to remove a game because you don't like it too far? Is spamming the social networks of a developer too far? Is organising a boycott too far?

wheresmymonkey1221d ago

I don't know, I honestly dont think people have the right to complain about something untill they've actually played it and even then i think expecting designers to alter their vision because you didin't like it is rediculous.

timeon111111111111221d ago

Do gaming media moan to much?

Kyosuke_Sanada1221d ago (Edited 1221d ago )

The biggest problem about it is that journalists continue to create articles to propagate schisms in the name of hits. For the sake of DMC, VERY rare I would read articles that wouldn't insulting fans of the old series or announcing that the reboot surpasses all the originals. In this case, I would disregard the petition to the White House because all have we know it could be a pro DMC fan who just started to make the other look bad or worse someone who doesn't even care and did this to garner a reaction.

In the end, I blame media for having dumb articles covering the nonsensical fart like the petition and fanning the flames leading up to it instead of making ones that trying to unite the community and cover threats that can change the industry as a whole.