Thursday, December 30, 2004 1:01 PM

XLink Kai Nintendo DS forums "cleansed."

XLink moderator TheDaddy in a fit of frustration re: the low maturity levels of the postings - wiped and locked the XLink Kai discussion forums.

While the frustration is understandable, we're dissapointed that all permalinks to XLink forum's many legitimate and helpful posts are now dead. Perhaps XLink Kai would consider deputizing some TMG readers to scour the XLink forums like so much oil-soaked puffin, then locking those threads and instituting martial law?

In the mean time the question on everyone's mind: will kabuki and semaphore flagging take up the slack in the mediasphere marketplace for disenfranchised Ninten-doods? This observer thinks so.




At 8:46 PM, Anonymous said...

I can see where he was coming from with all the immature posts. But at the same time one of there click was the one who made a comment about a possible christmas release. Now this is the internet we are talking about you don't think your gonna get spammed with noobs talkin bout where's the software, whats taking so long. DUH

At 10:24 PM, Anonymous said...

It's an immature response to an immature forum. By doing this they only sunk to their level!

As long as Modgods doesn't decide to clense all it's news, I'm happy though

(it's the only place i can get proper updates now ^^;; )


At 10:55 PM, Anonymous said...

Yeah I understand where they were coming from, and I hope ti fixes alot of the problems. I just feel like I was cut out of some of the information by removing all threads related to DS.



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