IGN Reviews – Happy Action Theater – Game Review


Double Fine’s Happy Action Theater is a fun game for the whole family. The weird and quirky actions of the game will make your body sore and the time fly. With the littlest of barriers in the actual gameplay, you can pretty much do anything you want without being limited in the actions you perform on the Kinect. Check out IGN’s Casey Lynch and his kids review this game for you! Happy Action Theater arrives Feb 1st exclusively on Xbox 360!

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  1. Nice job at the target audience from Double Fine, another great achievement! And great idea with involving the kids in the review Casey, that was really appropriate and cute too! 😀

  2. @SteelerEagleFan

    Chill, it was a joke. And you're saying IGN reviewers don't get paid by certain developers for certain ratings given to certain games? I think you lack logic if that's what you mean.

  3. @smilesterXtrem5
    You know what? I can't prove to you that IGN reviewers don't accept bribes because proof like that doesn't exist. It's like saying "prove to me that someone in China just sneezed". I don't have the proof that someone in China just sneezed, but common sense – something you severely lack – tells me that someone in China just sneezed. Common sense should lead you astray from the conspiracies of game reviews, but like I said, you severely lack common sense.

  4. @SteelerEagleFan

    Lmaoo, I'm guessing you don't know what fallacy means because if you look in your previous reply to me, you'll see that you told me to do the same thing. That's why I tried it on you. No reason to try to use big words on the internet. I said what you said in 8 words. But it's alright, you'll get better. Don't worry.

  5. @smilesterXtrem5
    No, you really didn't. My point is this: You made the claim that IGN reviewers accept bribes, even when you can't provide proof. You made the first claim and can't back it up, so your argument is "Prove to me that they DON'T accept bribes! Yeah, I'm so clever and witty!" You made the first claim, I disagreed with it, therefore it's your duty to prove your claim and in turn prove me wrong. I mean, you obviously can't, but chin up, it's the thought that counts.

  6. @SteelerEagleFan

    But there's no way to respond to a FALLACY. You made the claim that they don't. You took the opposing position so you should be able to support your idea. You made the first fallacy, lol why don't you get that. I can't respond to "prove to me that they do" just like you can't to "prove to me that they don't." That's why I asked you that, to make you realize what you were asking me was impossible to respond to. Stop getting so mad lol,

  7. @SteelerEagleFan

    Ok lol, I could've said that from the beginning because you have no proof that they don't. So there's still the possibility…And that's what I was arguing. So thanks for finally agreeing with me ha.

  8. @smilesterXtrem5
    Oh, by the way, you've been talking to Jesus Christ – the one that died on the cross about 2,000 years ago – this whole time! Yeah dude, the second coming happened! I know, I know, you must think I'm lying and talking out of my ass, but think about it this way: You can't prove that I'm NOT Jesus Christ (btw everything on my profile page that implies that I'm not Jesus is a lie, it's all a front). So since you can't disprove it, that means I must be Jesus! 😀

  9. @SteelerEagleFan

    Grow up dude, this whole time you were trying to highlight my fallacy when I did it to show you how yours (which you stated first) sounded to me. If you still can't take the possibility that they do, in fact, get paid for certain reviews then you're simply fucked lol. It's such a simple thing, not even a conspiracy. Of course they might get paid. "Oh you're asking me to prove they don't." I said that because you told me to prove they do. Mad annoying. "logic."

  10. @smilesterXtrem5
    First of all, don't talk to Jesus like that. Second, you can't still make the legitimate claim that they get paid off by developers when you don't have proof. Ok, I'll look at this in with your awful logic that I don't have proof that they DON'T get paid off, but that just means that I can't make my claim either. We both can't make either of our claims because we don't have any proof, according to your retarded logic. And yes, it's totally a conspiracy lol.

  11. @SteelerEagleFan

    And they're a fucking company. Stop talking about common sense cause you have none at all. What does a company want? Money. Why the fuck would they care if you don't like the review. They still earned more money. Now stfu and stop replying to me. You can't think for shit, let alone keep a valid argument.

  12. @smilesterXtrem5
    Your logic: "Companies want money." Ok. "IGN is a company." Agreed. "IGN wants to make money." I'm all for that. Go Capitalism. "IGN reviewers takes bribes from developers to give games good reviews, and I have no proof of this. And YOU Jesus have no common sense for thinking otherwise." Wait… did I miss something? Have you ever heard of integrity? That maybe these reviewers who got degrees in writing and/or tech arts actually ENJOY giving honest reviews?

  13. @SteelerEagleFan

    So that's your argument? Integrity?Lol yea, alright.Good luck with that in a world where it is all about money. If that seriously is your support then better luck next time because that isprobably the worst reasoning I've heard.I don't get whypeople like you can't even accept a possibility especially when your side of the argument ismade of "trust." IGN already has followers. Suremore are good, but directpayment is better, especially if they can get away w/ it

  14. I took the plunge and got it for my nieces…super fun for them. One is 6 and the youngest is 2 both had a blast…..the great thing about the game is that you can choose to rotate the games automatically or choose an individual game and play it indefinitely. Fun for the big kids too 😉
    Highly recommend it.

  15. @SteelerEagleFan

    Yea, ok. Learn more about the real world before you take up an argument, because by the way you were wording your sentences I'm assuming your like 14 or younger. Now stop replying to me.

  16. @smilesterXtrem5
    I'm actually 18. How did I word my sentences that would make you think otherwise? Well, you know what they say about people who ASSuME? They're fucking stupid. And video game reviewers getting paid off or not getting paid off by game developers isn't the real world, buddy. Obviously you are the one who needs to learn about the real world. I'm guessing you're 16. Smart enough to argue with a strong vocabulary, yet too stupid to come up with any legitimate points.

  17. @SteelerEagleFan

    Then I think you should get better in arguing because your whole integrity thing is not much support. The real world is about money, and game media like IGN still want money as well as viewers. You have no points at all, just trust. You can't even question some as simple as IGN.

  18. @SteelerEagleFan

    What's more support, the need for money or the need for integrity when IGN already has a solid fan base.Even people who don't like IGN will watch them. So one bribe by a developer won't do anything other than give them more money, only a pro. You tried telling me that they don't accept bribes with no support that they don't and I can't do the opposite. Thatmeans that there's still the possibility, that's my argument. There's nothing to argue. Stop replying now

  19. @smilesterXtrem5
    There's still the possibility that I'm Jesus…
    There's still the possibility that the earth below you is about to collapse…
    There's still the possibility that I will find a blank check singed by Donald Trump…
    There's still the possibility that the Sun is going to explode in 3 – 2 – 1 – BOOM…
    See how idiotic I sound by saying that all of those things are POSSIBLE? I think it's pretty obvious that it's not the foundation for a strong argument.

  20. @SteelerEagleFan

    It's nothing that, you need to consider the situations. And you have no proof at all that it isn't just like I don't for the argument that they do. So even with all that shit you say, it's still possible. And if you can't take that in then get real dude. It's money. They want money.

  21. @SteelerEagleFan

    Stop replying to me. I don't want to argue with someone who can't use their brain to see both sides of the argument. The other side that is so possible and probable. I'm not going to keep responding. And the more money they get, the richer and better off they are.

  22. @smilesterXtrem5
    Very true. The more money you get, the richer you are. You're so smart for figuring that out. How that solidifies your argument that IGN reviewers are corrupted with the money from game developers, I'll never know. Looking forward to you not replying anymore!

  23. @SteelerEagleFan

    I know, I would stop. But your stupidity brings me back every time. Something like 9/11 being an inside job is questionable, but something as simple to understand than bribes is nothing. It's not even bad. Stop being so ignorant and actually think about it. We have brains. You're not using yours anywhere close to its full potential. Try thinking. IGN would accept bribes for more money, they're a company. Don't respond. Just think about it.

  24. @smilesterXtrem5
    Wait a sec… YEAH! You're right! Screw needing to "PROVE" anything anymore! Screw "innocent until proven guilty", obviously someone like you know how the world works. Well, let me just say that as Jesus, I commend you for your bewildering intelligence. You have shown me the light that I can accuse anyone of anything just because it makes sense to me that it would be something they would do.

    You're. So. Stupid.

  25. @SteelerEagleFan

    Ok your fucking retarded. School hasn't helped you much. You can't even have an open belief about something so simple. That in itself isn't smart. You take things as it is and never question society. It's people like you who aren't beneficial to society. How is it possible that you can't even take the possibility in? I'm done arguing. Maybe you'll be come more enlightened, and questioning later in life. And you act so immature in your sentences. Grow up 18 y/o

  26. @smilesterXtrem5
    Don't worry about how I live my life. It really isn't any of your concern. I do indeed question many things, and those questions are based on logic. Your logic says "IGN reviewers want money, game developers have money, game developers give IGN reviewers money for good scores". My logic says "IGN reviewers like money, game developers have money, either they do or don't give IGN reviewers money because I can't prove either side". It's called rationality.

  27. @SteelerEagleFan

    No don't say that's your side. Your side was that they don't give money so don't switch now. For this whole time I've been saying to have an open mind and that there's the possibility. You disregarded that possibility so don't be saying that they do or don't. That was my logic. Unless you switched because I persuaded you. And I'm just trying to make you more mature and likeable by others. If that's your mindset now then don't reply because that's what I wanted

  28. @smilesterXtrem5
    If I recall correctly, you said that I couldn't prove that they didn't accept money, and I said yeah you're right, but that still doesn't mean there's any logic in accusing them of accepting money. So if you think you convinced me of anything, then think it. I don't care. All I know is that if you can't prove a claim, then it's not a legitimate claim, no matter how much logic and reasoning you think there is behind it.

  29. @SteelerEagleFan

    I was saying for the whole time that there was the possibility. That was my argument. Yours was that they didn't so if we're both on the same page that there's the possibility then stop replying. Just don't reply to this comment.

  30. @smilesterXtrem5 This has to be the absolute stupidest argument in the history of mankind. I'm very tempted to write the Library of Congress to have this memorialized as a historically significant artifact.

  31. I love how any pretty much any video on YouTube has people fighting and arguing.

    Really like Casey getting his kids involved in the review, it made sense to get their opinions.

  32. I was confused at first with the "Greg Miller" annotation… I didn't expect children of such a PS3 fanboy to be able to even pronounce the word Kinect… Fortunately it wasn't Greg Miller or his kids (if anyone would be willing to have his kids)

  33. Hella reading off a script.
    If I were to review this as a kid, I'd be all like "THIS IS SO FUN OMAELOGRWKESYNHES%LW@$^@#$%!!! WEEEEEEEEE!!!!~!~!!$@@$RGSW$%I$%E"

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