Gamers over 20: A generation of killjoys (Bitmob)

If games have come a long way in terms of technology and cultural relevance, why do many hardcore fans still act like children?

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choadley2487d ago

I was getting frustrated back when everyone I knew complained about how bad Capcom was for not putting Mega Man or Phoenix Wright in Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Then everyone I knew bought the game anyway.

keith-ps32487d ago

i spent like 100 hours in mvc2 64 player with level ups mvc3 was a joke they took out every one i loved replace with thor and other who wasnt even fun to play with i hated it i didnt even like it online i played it for two hours and sold that bitch

tablav2486d ago (Edited 2486d ago )

The main problem (in my eyes, at least) these days is that a few people think it's 'cool' to be seen as hating games and act like children (whether they are or not) just so they can get attention online.

Everybody slates Call of Duty, yet it still boats great sales on every release.

I say if you don't like something, that's fine. Just don't try to convince everybody else that they're not allowed to like it either. It's like the person who pretends that the music on their iPod is their gfs just because they're embarrassed about what people will think of them.

Now, if you don't mind, I'm off to play some Hustle Kings on Move.

Chug2487d ago

It's hard not to act like a child when you're constantly dealing with immature CHILDREN on the internet.

Thats right, I blame the internet. Things aren't like they used to be like back in the good ol' days.

I remember when my buddy had told me at school that his mom bought him the Sega Genesis. Although I owned the SNES, I was fricken estactic to go his house after school to play Sonic. These days, kids on the internet would rather throw a fit and fight over who's is bigger. Sigh...

SpLinT2487d ago

cry me a river. we want quality games, thats it.

f7897902487d ago

I think this sums up why.