Surviving Negative Fandoms And How Xenoblade Taught Me To Move Forward

Gaming communities can be a tough crowd. Our staff writer, Orpheus Joshua, writes about his past experiences with negative gaming communities, and how Xenoblade helped him move on.

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autobotdan34d ago

Keep positive thoughts. This article is trash. Who writes this junk? Oh wait I am going into toxic negative fandom thinking...=0

azariosays34d ago

Nah you’re just being a nerd

BrainSyphoned34d ago

Synopsis: I have thin skin but it is everyone else's fault that I can't enjoy single player rpgs.

azariosays34d ago

I don’t think that’s the synopsis at all.

CDbiggen34d ago (Edited 34d ago )

Sounds about right. Just more whining.

Fluttershy7734d ago

All these articles of people talking about these really deep lifechanging experiences with their games... And I'm so jealous, I wish I had the same kind of feelings towards the games I play, cuz usually I just love them when they are fun and hate them when they suck

Magog34d ago

Try playing TLOU2. It's life changing.

Tiqila34d ago

I also never had a life-changing gaming experience. I think these people desperately try to find meaning in mundane things.

curtain_swoosh34d ago

right? i mean my fav. game of all time is FF7, and i love it alot, but it ... didnt change my life. at all lol. maybe im just a heartless monster, who knows ha.

smashman9833d ago

It's one of those things where art and how it affects you is subjective. It also really depends on what you look for when playing a game. But all in all there's nothing wrong with just seeing a game as a game.

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CrimsonWing6934d ago

Wow... slow day for news, I take it.

jznrpg34d ago

Good game but I don’t get surviving negative fandoms . It’s funny a statement to me. It’s easy to do in my mind , just ignore it .

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