I guess it is exhausting to host a daily show where you give a platform to people saying Notch and Pewdiepie do no harm.He's a happy guy who has cultivated a following with people he considers "family". I can't say I buy his whole schtick all the time but I get why people are drawn to him. I enjoyed him when he hosted Beyond but after he left IGN, he got to be a bit much for me. Again, I get why people like him, just not for me atm.
That said, some of y'all need a break from this internet thing. It must be exhausting being this cynical and hateful 24/7.
i mean, i don't care for greg because of his whole handwaving of notch and pewdiepie bit, but do go off
This is extremely reductive, especially after he came here to apologise and listen to the concerns people had. Can we please not do this?
Eh, this would have taken a single email to the E3 media team to have sorted out.
Greg literally came into this forum and apologized and outlined steps he’d take to improve
He did email them, that's how it got resolved. He also used it to make some funny content for one of his podcasts AND have a real/interesting discussion about how E3 is changing, who should be allowed in, etc.
So did you have a problem with the games or the hosting? You seem to be conflating the two.
I don't think Easy Allies does fake reactions. Huber is a 100% real person.I dont like Kinda Funny because of Andrea, but people hating on Greg because of his enthusiastic persona, while at the same time on this site people sing to the heavens how "genuine" the fake reactions from other identical personalities like the people from Easy Allies always amuse me.
They are the same thing. Entertainers getting money. Nothing wrong with that.
Indeed it's completely unnecessary. I am all for holding people to account but what's the point when they've already owned up to their mistakes and said they're going to change? How does that help anyone?Greg literally came into this forum and apologized and outlined steps he’d take to improve
I swear, some people on ERA straight up do not believe people can learn from their mistakes and improve as people, and instead continue to bash people over mistakes they made in the past
You're taking this way too seriously. It was an interesting story of identity theft, nothing more.Lost a lot of respect for this dude today. Of course this was a dumb mistake. Why he didn't try to privately resolve this error instead of sending the internet trolls on someone just rubs me the wrong way. I don't think Greg looks at himself as some big internet celebrity, he seems very humble, but he really comes across as an entitled internet celeb today.