Luc Bernard has hissy fit over Destructoid’s Eternity’s Child review

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 7 August 2008 06:39 GMT

According to this Destructoid piece, Eternity’s Child developer Luc Bernard has decided to remove the site’s robotic mascot from his game after it posted a review that chose to “kind of call Eternity’s Child the worst game ever made and then everyone said ‘Fuck you Luc,’ when he called our reviewers unprofessional.”

Bernard went a bit postal in the review’s comments after the 1/10 score was published, and the removal of Mr Destructoid from the platformer is described in that story as a “a bitter attempt at a cheap shot.”

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