Hello there, it’s been a busy month, and lots of you have been hard at work sharing your opinions in the comment sections. We have another user vying for the title of Elden Lord on IGN and lots of other great standouts over the last few weeks. Here are our favorite comments from the previous two weeks of June.
User Reaper_Chris went on a full-court press about Elden Ring enough that many of our staff took notice!
Check out the full conversation with Reaper_Chris and others in the comments.
We missed this one before but once we found it we knew we needed to highlight user tenken8, and their thoughtful post on our TMNT Shredder’s Revenge review.
Have you played the new TMNT yet? Check out the review and chat with others in the full article.
I’m with User DougieJOlivier, too many people are ready nowadays to write something off before giving it a chance.
Are you excited for Rings of Power? Make your voice heard in the comments.
User ProfessorOfGaming and a few others are loving this season of The Boys, especially the episode Herogasm.
Are you watching The Boys? Join the conversation and chat with other fans.
User TAGibby4 and others are excited for Fallout 5 but I think many of the more experienced gamers are also worried that this possibility.
Are you excited that Fallout 5 was confirmed? Or is it just way too soon to even think about with Starfield on the way? Share your thoughts with others in the full discussion.
Finally user hiro-K3 gets the final nod once again with a great pun about the potential of a Nuclear-powered flying hotel.
Join everyone in the craziness of discussing what is probably not the best idea in the comment section.
Congratulations to all the users highlighted today! And for those of you who haven’t gotten your comment featured yet, don’t worry all good things come in time. As always, if you see an excellent comment that you feel deserves to be featured, you can either mention me in the reply with a simple @Jadarina for your comment of the week considerations.
Jada Griffin is IGN’s Community Lead. If she’s not engaging with users here, chances are she’s developing her own games, maxing the Luck stat in her favorite games, or challenging her D&D players with Intense combat or masterful puzzles. You can follow her on Twitter @Jada_Rina.
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