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Aaron Costa Ganis,
With CartoonNetwork improving the shows they air, I was fairly excited for a show to mainly revolve around gamers. How wrong I was. When I first watched the movie/premiere, I was sicken. With unoriginal writing and mostly unbearable acting, I couldn't stand it. But when I found out they were going to make a show out of it I almost exploded with anger. This show is probably on of the worst I've ever seen. My 8 year old son said the show was bad. And the way they perceive the gaming community is terrible. In this show two of the 3 main characters are social rejects and the one who is popular is a "closet gamer." And while this on might just bother the gamers, the few clips they showed of the game they mostly played looked like a terrible version of WoW only for 5 year old children. Easily the least entertaining show made over the past 10 years.
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