Justin D. Writes: "People complain about PS3 fanboys all the time. That much is a given. Whether or not it is fair that they do so, it's what goes on in the media. Hell, we had Jim Sterling use the age old "SDF" to describe them in one article (hey Jim, you do know sonydefenseforce.com was made by the Wii60.com owner to parody Sony fanboys, right? And he still denies having anything to do with it to this day, right? Not like Rob Foor even does that good of a job at parodying them, anyway.)
However, one thing the so-called "SDF" does well at (see what I did there?) is being able to get Sony to implement new things, and still be able to call them out when things are not going right. They were able to get Sony to up their game, think about a price cut, push the boundaries of the hardware, develop new IPs, and soon implement cross game chat and Netflix (c'mon, you have to think Sony is going to put the two on one firmware update). In short, Sony fanboys don't let Sony just get away with everything
This is more than what I can say about 360 fanboys, and it's a wonder why there are so many articles about Sony fanboys being the "scum of the Earth" and not one thing about the 360 fanboys that have actually painted Microsoft into its own corner. Yes, there are more than one problem with 360 fanboys, but the main thing is this:
They let Microsoft get away with way too much sh*t."