19Entry by Ted E.
18Entry by TheBoulder
Games are supposed to be challenging. If they weren't, we'd all go outside and ... do outside things. But some video game developers decided to go above and beyond the notion of "challenging" and straight into the realm of "how many controllers can we make these people break?"
Our readers compiled some acts of video game dickery so terrible, that our legal team advised us to warn you that we aren't liable for anything you break in a fit of rage.
Congrats, dritjon. You win money.
Your next tweet could spawn an entire extended universe.
What's the opposite of typecasting? Whatever it is, this is that.
Wonder if we can sue for emotional damages.
What is it about holding a lease that turns people into raving lunatics?
Turns out greed is the mother of invention.