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FEATURED VOXPOP whytenoiz ~~        When I was eleven years old, it was a very good year, and I can remember my daily routine vividly. These were the years before I owned a Sony Playstation, and I used to venture to my friends house - everyday after school - to watch him play through Final...

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The People Speak: Only On GR

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We published our Best of E3 awards this week. But you know what? Screw what all the suits say! Screw what we say! What are the games YOU are looking forward to this Fall? Answer that question in the comments or discuss the merits of these top 5 user comments, reviews, blogs, and forum posts. You are reading The People Speak after all.

One thing before you read on: I haven't received nominations in quite a while. I've had to choose comments based on the number of upvotes they have. That's why you see GR's own Nick Tan in this top 5. If you see a comment worth nominating, just reply to it and say "I nominate this for The People Speak!" If that's too much for you, use the voting system!

Carmack: PS4 and Next Xbox Will Be 10 Times As Powerful

Comment by Klandathu.

You can't launch a virtual copy of a terrible game across the room in a fit of rage.

Battlefield 3 Looks Like Crap on Consoles!

Comment by Nick_Tan.

Agreed. Battlefield 3 looks like a piece of crap. Way too realistic for my taste. Psh. :p

Revolutionary TRUTH: What Once Was

Comment by Rinnon.

I think I have a shot at nerdiest story of following GR here.

Back in 1996, I was 9 and my house did not have the Internet. HOWEVER, my Dad had the Internet at his work, and he would print out reviews for me and bring them home. I would take these reviews, three hole punch them, and keep them in a binder under the coffee table. By the time we finally got the Internet, I had a collection of reviews, cheats and god knows what else large enough to be called a dictionary. First day the Internet got turned on at my house, after dialing up, the first 2 things I did was make a Hotmail account, and bookmark GR. Been bookmarked ever since.

Revolutionary TRUTH: What Once Was

Comment by Squiggy.

I discovered GR in 1998, when I was ten years old and just got an N64 for my birthday. I needed to find cheats on Goldeneye, Zelda, and Diddy Kong Racing, and a kid I knew on the bus directed me here. I've been a loyal reader ever since.

I remember pouring through Marshmallow's Ocarina of Time walkthrough, as though it were my bible. I'd read it on here, whenever I was allowed on the internet. I learned how to turn my melee slap in Goldeneye into a paintbrush.

I'm 22 now, and Game Revolution has been my favorite gaming site for over twelve years.

Calling Them Out: Microsoft on PSN Outage

Everyone who downvoted this comment.

You're a ****ing idiot. I had a huge response, but your stupidity and bias don't deserve it so I deleted it. Have a nice day moron.

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