Submitted by hitthegspot 2372d ago | article

Fanboy Friday: Commercial Tool edition

Here we are, the last week before E3. The last few weeks have been pretty thin on the fanboy ravings, if only because it's been a terrible news month in general. No big games have come out, no major announcements have been made, and everyone is pretty much saving everything for the big show next week. (Bionic Commando, Boom Blox: Blast Party, Crysis, Halo 3, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360)

Shnazzyone  +   2371d ago
lol.. pretty humorous
I can't believe people are so angry that boom blox is a good game... Still not 10/10 but It is easily worthy of a 9. 8.5 sounds fair to me coming from professional reviewers.I just can't believe some HD gamers can't accept the fact that a game that appears adorable and contains no blood or guns might very well be fun. But that is the wii haters for ya.

I just find it funny that the comment from a wii fanboy at the end was the best formatted and communicated and while asking for a 10/10 is a little excessive. At least he posed his point well. Nintendo fans will always be the smartest I guess.

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