GamesRadar knew right away that in order to get away with the Week of Hate, they'd have to suffer the same derision to which they subject others. It's only fair, right? Online games journalism is not for the thin-skinned.
But before we dig into GamesRadar's many foibles, lets take a moment to reflect on the Week of Hate. Someone is always going to find something to hate about everything. People get so caught up in the rumors and hating and flaming that they forget the simple truth that videogames are about having fun. We want to remember the laughter, the good times. We prefer to have a sense of humor about things. If you can't laugh at yourself every once in a while, you're doomed to live a bitter, unfulfilling life and probably die from a heart attack when you're 40. So chillax, internets, and stop taking yourself so seriously. If it's not fun, you're not doing it right. Now you have another reason to hate GamesRadar: preachy touchy-feely idealism. Well, enjoy the show and keep on hating!