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The People Speak - Pass It On

Posted on Wednesday, March 6 @ 17:00:00 Eastern by

I, like most people, grew up with Nintendo. I always wanted a Sega Genesis, but I was happy with the Nintendo products I got over the years. There are Disney-levels of corporate personality in Nintendo, from Mario's blue overalls all the way down to the zigs of Pikachu's tail. In fact, Nintendo's ability to infiltrate and invade family homes has certainly made it a staple in a generation of childhood memories.

Elmoreoocyte seemed to hit that point on the head in this week's top comment. I definitely remember taking turns and waiting patiently for my younger brother to fall off a cliff in Super Mario 64. My parents smartly outmaneuvered this by getting us Mario Kart 64 for our first game on Nintendo's first 3D console. Were any of you pressured into making multiplayer purchases because of younger siblings?

Here are this week's top comments:

#1 - elmoreoocyte
Tomb Raider Review

10 Thumbs Up - 0 Thumbs Down

When I was a kid, every game had multiplayer. You handed the controller over after you died.

#2 - Sourdeez
SimCity Suffers Rough Launch, Gets Bombarded On Metacritic

9 Thumbs Up - 0 Thumbs Down

I called it. This always online drm even on the single player portion of these games is bullshit and hurts legitimate customers.
And you are correct Diablo 3 had a huge outcry against this drm hurting legitimate players and now that they are releasing it on the consoles they arnt going to have it on the console version. But guess what, they aren't removing it from the pc version.

#3 - Ivory_Soul
The People Speak - Worst. Comment. Ever

9 Thumbs Up - 0 Thumbs Down

No matter how much of an ass I am I can never make the list. Guess I'm not putting my heart and soul into it :-(

#4 - xDUMPWEEDx
Electronic Arts To Host LGBT Gaming Conference

9 Thumbs Up - 2 Thumbs Down

It is sad that in the 21st century, sexual orientation is still an issue in this country. But don't worry, the Jesus freaks are going to end up losing this battle. They are going to go down kicking and screaming like babies, but don't worry, in the end they will go down.

#5 - SolidSevchinko78
SimCity Suffers Rough Launch, Gets Bombarded On Metacritic

8 Thumbs Up - 1 Thumbs Down

Microsoft better take a look this. Because if they decide to make the next XBOX always online they better reconsider it because its not a good idea.


The People Speak is a weekly spotlight on the GameRevolution community and all of their beautiful feedback on the week's news, reviews, previews, and topics. Don't forget to down vote your competition!
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