Posted on Wednesday, September 25 @ 18:54:44 Eastern by Daniel Bischoff
You guys don't even know how much trouble I'm in. First I steal this car, go joy riding in the LS hills, then I accidentally hit someone. Bottom line, they were browsing GameRevolution at the time, word got out that I was involved in the accident, and now I have to turn my keys over to one of you lucky users.
How about Starling? He scored the top spot in this week's TPS Report, getting 14 people to agree with him on Grand Theft Auto characters generally being terrible people. All of them. There's not one redeemable person in Grand Theft Auto and that includes the people not in Grand Theft Auto, like people buying the game for their kids.
So can we all agree to just get along, hold hands around the world, and join in song? Also can we agree to listen to this week's Tokyo Game Show special edition of GameRevolution Radio?
#1 - Starling
The Women Of Grand Theft Auto V Volume 1
14 Up - 1 Down
You know, despite this list seeming pretty lousy, I think if you made a list of "the men of Grand Theft Auto", you'd actually have to look hard to find one who isn't living a fucked up life/doesn't have a bad attitude.
#2 - Sourdeez
Microsoft "Realy, Really Sorry" Xbox One UI Hasn't Been Demoed, "Not Sure When It's Going To Happen"
11 Up - 1 Down
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#3 - Stickyellowsock
What's Valve's Answer To Xbox One And PS4
11 Up - 0 Down
Half-life 3 would be done a lot sooner if Gabe would just stop eating all the programmers.
#4 - UrbanMasque
How To Tell Your Kids No When They Want M-Rated Games Like GTA V
9 Up - 0 Down
If you are a parent and you are looking to GR for parental advice on reinforcing negative/positive behavior.. you're child is already screwed - let them have the game anyway, they may learn more about life in it than in your household.
One thing I would agree with is being involved with your child's entertainment and gameplay. I was allowed to play video games and browse the internet in the privacy of my own room with the screen facing the corner.. DO NOT LET THIS HAPPEN. Keep it in a public place like a living room where everyone can see the screen.
#5 - sliverstorm
Valve Announces A Free Operating System Designed To Take Over Your Living Room
9 Up - 0 Down
Yeah, I'm pretty excited. Not necessarily for the living room aspect, as I prefer to game at my desk, but I am very interested in those SteamOS performance gains, and also the ability to play media directly through Steam.
Heck, if this results in nothing else than an improved in-game Steam browser, I will be happy.
The People Speak wraps up the five highest-rated (sorta) comments for the past 7 days. Anyone can offer their beautiful words on the week's news, reviews, previews, and topics... all you have to do is register for an account, comrade! Don't forget to down vote the competition!