Hello there, and welcome to Summer of Gaming Week! Over the last week and a half, a lot of fantastic news has come out, and you, the IGN readers, have had some great discussions about it. Let’s get into the comments from the week of June 10th without further ado!
It’s Summer of Gaming so we thought we start off with a great comment about all the cool indie games shown this week by user ImmortalTyphon.
Check out all the cool indie games that were announced in the full article.
Our favorite use this week of a great gif, user Midori85 is definitely not the only person waiting for Sega to release a Sega Saturn Mini or Dreamcast Mini after their announcement of the Sega Mini Drive 2.
Are you excited about the Sega Mega Drive Mini 2? Share your thoughts with others in the comments!
User NDWest 14 has been sending us requests to be the Elden Lord of IGN for weeks now, I think it’s only fair to give you all a sneak peek of the person applying for the position.
While we looked at the application, it was unfortunately on a video about Obi-Wan Kenobi and not on an article about Elden Ring so we had to disregard it. Share your thoughts on Obi-Wan with others here.
The Callisto Protocol has been very popular across IGN, so I asked users what about it made it stand out and user lordjefe nailed it.
Share your thoughts with others on your favorite games shown during all our Summer of Gaming conferences.
User boogieb0423 and his sarcastic disbelief that some Star Wars fans have succumbed to the dark side.
Are you enjoying Obi-Wan Kenobi so far? Share your thoughts with others on the show in the comments.
Finally, I usually try to exclude myself and other staff from comments of the week because it’s about you, our readers. That said, I feel users MasterOfTheFarts and hiro-K3 won’t mind sharing the spotlight with me just this once.
Join us and all the others with your witty comments in the Jurassic World Dominion review.
Congratulations to all the users highlighted today! And for those of you who haven’t gotten your comment featured yet, don’t worry all good things come in time. As always, if you see an excellent comment that you feel deserves to be featured, you can either mention me in the reply with a simple @Jadarina for your comment of the week considerations.
Jada Griffin is IGN’s Community Lead. If she’s not engaging with users here, chances are she’s developing her own games, maxing the Luck stat in her favorite games, or challenging her D&D players with Intense combat or masterful puzzles. You can follow her on Twitter @Jada_Rina.