Hello N4G community and welcome to my new blog. It is time once again to delve deep into the irrational thought process and behavioral patterns of the Sony fanboy that can be found lurking throughout N4G. Today you will be whisked away on a journey that will exhibit the hypocrisy that the Sony fanboy collective portrays on a daily basis.
First it is necessary to educate you on the basic N4G posting guidelines. This is a brief overview of the N4G posting guidelines sections that are pertinent to this this feature.
Posting negative news: Even though negative news about a console can make the fans angry, it is still news and should be posted as any other story.
You can also post "articles" to N4G. Articles posted to N4G should be of interest to the gaming community and be professional and well written. Opinion pieces are also OK as long as they are written by well established websites or people who work in the game industry.
Now that you are familiar with the posting rules and guidelines it is time to move on to how they pertain to may story. I recently posted a story from the Motley Fool entitled "Will Activision Kill Sony." The Motley Fool is a renowned investment website and post articles that are well within the parameters of the above posting guidelines.
But the Sony fanboy hive mind tries to censor news or articles that say anything bad about Sony. It has nothing to do with posting rules. The reports are posted in a retaliation that suits these Sony fanboy's agenda.
I present to you exhibit A: http://n4g.com/News-354581.aspx
Click the info button located underneath my name that is off to the right to take a trip down the Sony fanboy river of tears.
Before I move on I would like to go over some of my personal favorite highlights form the comments section of this article. They are as follows.
GWAVE: "Hahahahah! Didn't even give their site a click. What a funny joke. I can't say I'm surprised that it was Bloodmask who posted this."
Hellsvacancy: "Instead of that how about killin the source of these bullsh|t articles - BLOODMASK."
Mastiffchild: "I know.I honestly doubt he has time to EVER play a game as he's too caught up in a personal quest to find these know-nothing copy and paste "Sony iz teh doooomed!!" articles."
Jinxstar: "Report the story and user. It breaks the guidelines . We don't need anymore of this BS Bloodmask keeps submitting."
Darkride66: "Another Sony is doomed article...submitted by none other than bloodmask."
Solidjun5: "Another bloodmask article."
I present to you exhibit B: http://n4g.com/industrynews/News-353405.aspx
Now, keep in mind that these articles are both posted from reputable websites...The Motley Fool and Industry Gamers yet they both have upwards of almost one hundred reports.
Exhibit C: http://n4g.com/ps3/NewsCom-363463.aspx?CT=1
Exhibit C only has one report even though it is a forum post that is in fact written and posted by one of N4G's resident Sony fanboys TheDeadMetalhead.
Exhibit D: http://www.n4g.com/industrynews/News-362283.aspx
Exhibit D is really a funny article. If you click the source link and scroll down to the bottom it is actually written and posted by a resident N4G Sony fanboy Darkride66. This article also only has a few reports posted on it.
Now that the evidence has been posted it is time to analyze the facts that have been presented. It seems that if the contributors of N4G post articles that in no way break the N4G guidelines the Sony fanboy collective will try to stop them from being posted at all costs.
But on the other end of the spectrum if the articles say only positive things about Sony the articles are OK to post no matter what the source material is. Keep in mind that both exhibits C and D were both in fact written by members of N4G themselves.
In conclusion I would like to thank the N4G members GWAVE, Hellsvancy. Mastiffchild, Jinxstar, Darkride66 and Solidjun5 for their kind comments in reference to me. As you can see the Sony fanboys themselves are guilty of breaking the posting rules themselves that they so adamantly claim that others and myself do. When in fact they don't. Their hypocrisy has been well documented here.
Take the Bloodmask challenge N4G community. If you see any type of article that has negative connotations towards Sony in any way shape or form click the info button. You too can experience the joy of swimming down the Sony fanboy river of tears. I would like to thank the members of N4G that have taken the time out of their day to read my blog. And as always happy gaming!