Well I read the first two articles and the result is a resounding...ehh....
The reason I like the Game Heroes and features like TGWTG is because they are so unique. Honestly, Debaser just sounds like any other gamer out there with a keyboard, internet, and a large vocabulary. If his next piece is on the console wars, I would imagine he would say something like..."Well the Wii is innovative and has good first party games but lacks third party titles and has poor graphics. The 360 has a strong lineup of games and excellent online play capabilities, but online play costs money and it is prone to breaking. The PS3 has free online play and arguably the best graphics, but is expensive and has a poor lineup of games". Just type in "video game blog" on google and millions will come up just like his.
But that's just me, and I'm kind of cynical anyways. If you like it, well that's cool, it just means you like TGH even more. But for me, its just not unique enough.
*sings* Ohhhh it's all been done!
And it has. All of it. Everything you see just about everywhere unless it's hot off the presses has been said and done plenty before. But we're trying to bring about different opinions in unique ways. But, just to ensure that you've done your homework, I decided to take your challenge.
Here I am on page three of the Google search, and nothing seems to be coming close to what I talked about. Wait, there's that Destructoid article. Maybe there! Well... no. It's certainly nothing like I've talked about. None of this is. Strange.
So maybe it hasn't
all been done afterall. I believe that I held a decent argument, but maybe that's simply me. However, I've been at this for a short while now. I don't see a lot of people who come off like me. I'd change everything I did if that were the case.
Well pardon me, I wasn't aware this was a 70s hippy convention were saying the "H" word is akin to saying that you like man on man loving in the U.S. military.
I'm sorry I don't like your feature, but maybe next time you could just say "Well I guess someone doesn't like it, but that's ok, its just one guy's opinion." Instead of "Shit, he doesn't like it. I guess I better "prove" that it is unique."
Well I don't think its unique and no amount of "proof" is going to convince me otherwise. And why should you care? Obviously, a lot of other people like you, as you are now a feature on a fairly popular gaming website. So some random guy on the internet doesn't really care for it, what are you going to do?