Wildstar:Community or comments

If there’s one thing gamers love doing, it’s insult games they don’t play. Any news item, editorial, hands-on, review, or general pile of text dedicated to a few key games — normally those with high profiles — receives an instant and visceral response from a collection of commenters who seem to exist only to insult a particular game and berate its fans. Much of the time, these commenters have no actual experience with the game in question.
Admittedly, we don't have a gun that's quite this smoking, so to speak.
Here on Massively, EVE Online and World of Warcraft seem to be the biggest magnets for such tomfoolery. Guild Wars 2 and Star Wars: The Old Republic attract these behaviors as well, and WildStar is well on its way to becoming the next troll-favorite comment pi?ata.

There’s nothing wrong with not liking a game, of course. And a little conflict is good; why allow comments if everyone’s going to have the same opinion? There’s just one problem: If your opinion of a game is based on preconceived notions and not actual experience, that opinion is adding nothing to the dialogue. In short, you are trolling.

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