Even Gamespot does some misleading clickbait… like this!

In what might be the funniest story of the day, a Colorado Springs man returned to his RV only to find it burned! The culprit?

His Nintendo Wii. Yes, you heard me correctly… his Wii caught on fire and not only melted the Wii, it melted his TV, burned some of his clothes and the roof suffered big time smoke damage… but notice his Xbox 360 is pristine. You can actually read the article here.. oh and you’ll also get his response from Nintendo as well.

So, naturally, as a gaming website Gamespot was on it. Yeah, they were two behind, but that’s not the issue here… It’s the very misleading title.

Um, his RV didn’t burn down guys. Come on, Gamespot. You’re far better then this… I’d expect this kind of bullshit from Kotaku or Destructoid or some other dumpy ass website that needs clicks to continue their need to give journalism a very ugly looking bukkake shower. You know better.

Despite the article… it has me thinking. Nintendo will probably now avoid plastic from this on. :)

  • FullmetalJ

    Yeah but fuck journalistic integrity and work ethics.

    • https://www.game-art-hq.com/ R.Hoffmann

      Fucking Gaming News ftw.

  • Dreggsao

    I think you have way too much respect for Gamespot.

    • Dustin

      I might, but it’s one of the few sources that I do trust with gaming news. I’ve trusted them since the beginning, so why jump ship now?