A week that brought us the iPad, Gears Of War 3 rumours and the revelation that Nintendo 'turned down' Natal was never going to be quiet.
And you, dear readers, didn't disappoint with your comments...
From the sarcastic to the smutty, the analytic to the angered, here are our favourites from the last seven days:
"Like a slightly more up to date trigger happy tv... "Hello... I'm on my ipad.... No it's Cr&p"."
LeeFear1 sums up the majority feeling over the biggest news of the week.
"Can someone please explain to me what this does that an iPhone doesn't. Except the ability not to fit in your pocket."
... ably backed up by Altitude2k
"I am slightly disappointed that he didn't waggle his todger after having a no.1. Surely it would have only required a brief wobble of the pad? He also forgot to wash his hands, the dirty bugger."
Mark240473 faults the hygiene habits of Heavy Rain character Ethan Mars.
"Hey, if Activision had its way, we'd have paid £60 for MW2. At least Ubi have their head in the game of customer relations."
AegisK sticks it to the man - but gives Ubi a round of applause.
"I don't think i'll sleep tonight. It smells here strangely."
Minimalistic, we really think it's time for bed.
"I need a higher paid job, my list for this year is: Mass Effect 2, BioShock 2,Splinter Cell, Alien Vs Predator, Alan Wake, Medal of Honour, I am Alive (2011?)and now GOW3....and many are exclusive to the superior console."
TykerD3 bemoans 2010 blessing us with some true classics.
"I'm with Tyker, except I actually need a job. And an Xbox."
SICARIUS1 is in dire straights...
"GOD YES YES YES YESSSSS Very Happy I FEEL LIKE A WOMAN FROM THE HERBAL ESSENCES ADVERT, ALTHOUGH UNLIKE HER IM NOT FAKING IT."
SICARIUS1 again - this time revealing why he's not welcome for a shower at CVG's house.
"Good points are largely forgotten under the diatribe about how it's the parents fault and not the games/designers/children themselves. Everyone has to be accountable and try to come to a consensus, not just shout at each other over the fence."
Jazzy_P sees things from a patient point of view.
"Why is it assumed that parents are responsible enough to decide what their children play? True, most are, but there needs to be some sort of repercussions in place for those who aren't. It is not the games' fault. It can no longer be claimed to be the shops' fault. It is the parents' fault."
Mr Lister makes an equally salient, if less fair-handed, point.