Electronic Arts Fandom and Hatedom
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Electronic Arts, or EA for short, is an American video game developer and publisher notorious for their controversial ways of handling microtransactions. It is also known for having both a toxic hatedom and fandom.
Why They're Very Toxic
- The fans and haters bash on people with opinions on EA that oppose theirs.
- Most of them tend to be short-fused, impulsive cheapskates.
- They claim that EA is the worst company to ever exist, as well as most evil company in the world.
- Most of them are part of the Nintendo Fandom, who attack EA for not making games for Nintendo systems.
- They refuse to give EA a chance. At E3 2018, EA announced that they wouldn't put lootboxes in some of their games, which shows they are trying to learn from their mistakes, (even though FIFA 15 had lootboxes). However, the hatedom kept looking for every excuse to bash the company.
- They also never stop going on about EA's controversial past, even after many of those controversies ended years ago.
- They think EA never made any good games, which is not true, as they have made good games in the past such as the 007 games for the original Xbox, Nintendo GameCube, and PlayStation 2.
- Some of them wish death upon the staff of EA. Let that sink in.
- They worship EA to death, claiming every game they develop and publish is good when they have made several bad games in the past, including a lot of shovelware titles. On the contrary, EA is actually notorious for making yearly series with little to no changes, yet the fanbase denies that.
- They refuse to acknowledge that EA has a very controversial past, and refuse to acknowledge how EA used to disrespect customers.
- Many of them are part of the Nintendo Hatedom, as they claim that EA should never release their games for Nintendo systems, even though it could help Nintendo gain more third-party support.
- Some of them are also part of the Sega Hatedom, as they claim that Sega not getting EA's support for the Dreamcast was a good thing.
- Additionally, some of them are part of the Mario Hatedom, as they claim that Mario games are repetitive, which isn't true, as Mario games have differed in story, and gameplay aspects, whereas EA has many games that are yearly repetitive.
- After EA revealed that they wouldn't put lootboxes in their games at E3 2018, EA fanboys went bashing every single person who hated EA before they gave them a chance.
- Some haters and fans are mature and respect opinions.
- The haters do have a point about EA's controversial past.
- They also do have a point about EA's obsession of microtransactions from these last years. As what's mentioned in point #5, FIFA 15 did have microtransactions which shows that EA hasn't fully learned from their mistakes yet.
- Most of them more mature, patient, & level-headed haters are willing to give EA a chance.
- Not all of them are immature Boneheads.
- Not all of them hate on Nintendo Games.
- They do have a point about EA being overhated.