Monday, September 16, 2013

The stupid is strong in this one.

How can this idiot even breathe? Obviously confusing Gamespot with Gamestop is one thing no one with a brain would do, but the part that gets me is the fact that THE GAME ISN'T EVEN OUT YET (that would be GTA5), and Captain Amazing here just knows it's worth a 10. What is this I don't even.

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  1. And what game would this be? You kinda left that part out...

    Also, it's the internet. As sad as it is, not only is it a largely brainless wasteland, but it is also a wretched hive of scum and villainy.

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    1. Yeah, it's GTA5. I dunno why I assumed people would know, maybe because it's all I ever hear anything about these days.

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    2. Really? Call me lucky, but I forgot they were even making a GTA5 with how little I pay attention to such things, namely not at all. Busy hanging around the Touhou fandom, I guess...

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    3. I kind of figured it was, but thanks for clearing it up.

      At least you haven't seen the Injustice boards at GameFAQs. I'm literally having to teach some dumbass what good sportsmanship is and why it's important.

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    4. I thought the fact that GameFAQs boards are nothing but scum was already established.

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  2. When was common sense screened out of humanity's genetic pool again? More a defect now with how rare it seems to be...AND THIS ISN'T EVEN GENSOKYO! Common sense can actually be useful in this world...

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    1. So according to the raging fanboy, misogyny is apparently excusable just because he wants the game to receive a perfect score, otherwise he won't buy it, despite being a fan... Let's just try to forget that guy's comment even exists.

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    2. Gensokyo has more sense running around in it than the Internet. THAT is scary.

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    3. Yay! Someone got my reference!...Or did you just look it up? Anyway, Touhou is addicting and fun with its lack of common sense (with common sense, we wouldn't have a series). The Internet...it's addicting...not so much consistently fun...
      The real world has less common sense than a fantasy world where a vampire can cause an incident because she wants to travel in daylight by covering the sky in scarlet mist, not taking into account the fact that other creatures kind of need that Sun. How about the time when the moon was corrupted and replaced because a Lunarian did not want her Princess to be taken prisoner by her kind, not realizing that everyone needs that as well? It IS scary how the real world has less common sense than THAT...

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  3. I think Gamespot was the website that put up the review, so perhaps it's not a mistake. I've been hearing about that particular review all day, it's causing a lot of 'controversy' for both the feminist viewpoint and the author being transgender. Every time I think I've seen the stupidest the Internet has to offer, I'm proven wrong. Looks like transgender rights really are one of the most pressing concerns we'll have to deal with now. I mean, people are absolutely refusing to refer to her by her chosen gender, instead choosing 'it'.

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  4. I love the part where they say the game should be excused for misogyny. Oh, this isn't Metroid: Other M? I haven't read the review itself so I don't know if the reviewer is interpreting things that aren't there. But this is a game that isn't even out yet, so...

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  5. I heard it was something about this being GOTY forever 2014, or something (my friends all believe X/Y is GOTY, plus, I dont care about GOTY's.

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