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@mrclever Did you not read the part where it said "13 million copies sold on Xbox 360?" That doesn't include the 20+ million on PC and 5+ million on mobile devices. So yeah, a lot of people actually play minecraft.
6 months, 1 week ago on Doctor Who Officially Invades Minecraft
With how this site is with spoilers, why would you post that as the headline? Isn't a companion possibly leaving the show a HUGE spoiler? Why not make the headline "Cast memebr potentially leaving at Christmas? (Spoilers!) and then in the column hide the spoiler so we can choose to see it or not.
6 months, 2 weeks ago on Jenna Coleman Leaving at Christmas?
@DavidBlyth @ChrisCreveling Yes, I'm rude because I expressed my opinion. This is the problem I have with most fans of anything: they forget that opinion is not fact, and is the sole belief of the owner of said opinion. You are failing to respect my opinion, which actually, makes you the rude one.
8 months, 2 weeks ago on Yes, I’m a Whovian, but I’m one of the nice ones
What is this article? Who the hell are you to tell me what opinion I can and cannot have? It is MY opinion that Steven Moffat is ruining the show, as well as the opinions of others who agree with me on that. We're not calling these opinions facts, because they are not. Some may enjoy the Moffat era, while others, like myself enjoy the RTD era. We as a community do NOT need to improve, nor do our opinions, because they are owned by us and reflect our likes and dislikes. It is YOU who needs to improve and learn to accept that other poeple have different opinions that may not align with your own, which is perfectly okay. Get rid of this garbage article.
8 months, 3 weeks ago on Yes, I’m a Whovian, but I’m one of the nice ones
As a site grows in popularity you attract more unfavorable people. You see it in every type of media. Unfortunately there is almost nothing that can be done to thwart the trolls or hateful individuals with no respect. I'll use an example: When Call of Duty 4 came out, the community was amazing. Everyone was very nice and respectful to each other. As the series progressed however, the community became larger, and suddenly you had to deal with people throwing homophobic slurs at you for no reason. This is a result of growing popularity. Unfortunately the same thing happens with websites. Comment sections become a breeding ground for disrespectful behavior as the amount of website viewers grows. The best way to combat the disrepectful behavior is for EVERY good standing member of the community to report those foul mouthed individuals via a method of self-policing. It takes everyone doing their part to make a better community, and I hope that the community here at Doctor Who Tv will only continue to grow, and become even better.
9 months ago on Dear Whovians…