So most of you have probably heard of a show called X-Play, a video game show hosted on G4 (which is supposed to be a gamer's channel but ironically enough the only gamer show on there is X-Play, other than that it's basically a more extreme version of Spike). Well, does anyone remember when it was good? I mean, right now it seems that, for the most part, they're only really worried about catering to the mainstream gamer (don't worry, this isn't one of my "mainstream gamer rants"). The sad part about this is, for the most part if a game series isn't extremely popular, well known, or extremely weird it doesn't get covered at all, and when they are covered unless it's a lesser known game in which case they usually give it a bad rating. Has anyone else noticed this/Is anyone else pissed off by this? Actually, recently I saw a skit that made my blood boil. They were covering Dynasty Warriors 7 and they just completely disrespected it, and treated it as if it were trash. Worst part is, they didn't even acknowledge the fact that Koei was trying this time and were pushing themselves away from being cash cows, they added a lot of stuff and wanted to make this a game the fans would love, because they knows it's a cult classic, but X-Play just stomped over it. I really wonder if that's the criteria for which they judge all of their games, I wouldn't be surprised. Now, the original review gave it a 3 out of 5 and was released after the actual game came out while this skit was a preview, but I could tell under their mediocre comedic facade they were being truly serious.