Fanboys have been the center of attention ever since the launch of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Their behavior and practices are not suitable for being a “true gamer” and continue to endeavor the role as a hater.
There have been numerous talks about game exclusivity, which game will turn up where, which console will have the best exclusive games, etc. But the fact of the matter is, the fanboys do not respect the developers who stay exclusive to one console. I’m not talking about PS3 fanboys not appreciating Naughty Dog, or 360 fanboys not liking Epic because not once in your life time will you hear a PS3 fanboy say “Naughty Dog sucks” or a 360 fanboy say “Epic is crap”.
I am beginning to notice that the immaturity level of the fanboys has reached an all time low. The majority of them show no respect for a developer developing exclusively for the opposite console and disregards their hard work and effort they put in to that specific game. Just because the game is not releasing on “your console”, does not mean that they do not work hard and produce solid games.
Now everyone has a different opinion, fanboys of all kinds may not like this multiplatform game, or may not even like the developers of it. But when it comes down to the developers that get paid by a company to stay exclusive to that console or are dedicated to one console, they get hated on for no apparent reason, regardless if the game is good or not. But in reality, these developers deserve all the praise in the world for making an excellent game and it is sad to see the likes of these fanboys hating on their works efforts for the most stupid reasons.
Being irrational is one thing, but just flat out hating on a developer irrationally, is another. Everyone needs to appreciate all these high quality games that these developers create, even if it is exclusive to one console. Whether it is Insomniac or Valve, they each do their share in bringing us grade “A” games that we love to play. So if you are a hardcore PS3 fanboy that hates everything 360 or vice versa, take the time to think about all the hard work and time these developers spend on their games.