Forums - General Discussion - Why Is neogaf Not Banned From VGChartz?

neogaf bans anyone who talks about our beloved site. They treat us like crap, like were the scum of the interwebs.

Why the hell are we not fighting back? We should ban their asses and show them who's the boss.

Get pumped, we're going to war!!



http://strategy-game-guides.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Watch_Dogs_Game_Banner.png

Around the Network
Because VGC advocates free(er) speech.


Because we arent pathetic.

Also simply due to the fact one actually does have important community that impacts all of gaming. As much as I hate reddit....it would be like blocking reddit from any forum.... they are vital parts of the culture they are in.

Given I don't really go on GAF... I just read about it places. Don't really care for the forum setting anymore. 



 

Deyon said:

neogaf bans anyone who talks about our beloved site. They treat us like crap, like were the scum of the interwebs.

Why the hell are we not fighting back? We should ban their asses and show them who's the boss.


Reported for saying their name.



Around the Network
Carl2291 said:
Because we arent pathetic.


this



 

Would be a waste of time. If they want to be ignorant then let them be as it is always better to take the high road. Although, can someone explain as to why they have such a "hate on" for this site?



" Rebellion Against Tyrants Is Obedience To God"

Because GAF has more important people. Actual devs and what not.

But also because they're so vital to gaming discussion in general.

 Nintendopie  Was obviously right and I was obviously wrong. I will forever be a lesser being than them. (6/16/13)

I like the fact that we accept every kind of source and deal with them case by case.

Around the Network

It's a combination of what Soriku and Carl said.

We also let anyone join here and don't have a country club style approval process. See, it's more fun when you can actually talk about GAF.



Proud member of the SONIC SUPPORT SQUAD

Tag "Sorry man. Someone pissed in my Wheaties."

"There are like ten games a year that sell over a million units."  High Voltage CEO -  Eric Nofsinger