Another Friday rolls around, which means it's time to release last weeks villains from their cells and dethrone the heroes with a respectful nod.
We only do this, of course, to reinstate a whole new set of people to the respective highs and lows.
You'll find that some of last week's villains have just been banged up again straight away. We reserve the right to do that, because they make us angry.
Who? Harada and Ono
Why? Because competition and antics go well together
The first nod for heroism goes to a duo thanks to some very
entertaining antics from the Street Fighter and Tekken producers.
We've enjoyed the mock rivalry between Ono and Harada as it's steadily gotten more and more ridiculous and this week it hit something of a peak.
We'd love to see Levine and Bleszinski whacking eachother with baseball bats next please.
Who? John Carmack
Why? For being at the centre of a COD story that conjured reasoned debate
It's not often that Call of Duty can get mentioned in a headline without sparking some sort of flame war in one direction or the other. You lot become even more fiery when someone expresses any kind of opinion on the Activision franchise.
But when someone like John Carmack uses his words both sides seem to come out to hear what he has to say.
We're not saying everyone gets along, but it was the most measured COD debate we've seen for a while. Thank you John Carmack, for being such a calming influence.
Who? Robin Williams
You know the saying, 'A beard is worth a thousand words'? Well look at that beard!
Who? Phil Chalmers
Why? For all the qualities that make someone W.R.O.N.G
It's nothing new we're afraid. More uproar, panic and uninformed scare-mongering from across the pond about our beloved and perfectly innocent past-time.
It's not like we're any better over on this side of the water, but Phil Chalmers is the latest person to be connected with uneducated digs towards gaming.
For that he gets a resounding 'Boo'.
Who? Zumba Fitness
Why? Seriously, go away
We don't need to go into this again, we got most of the anger out of our system last week.
But as long as Zumba Fitness is at the top of the table instead of one of the many deep, sophisticated titles that are currently on the shelves, we will consider it nothing but villainous.
When will the madness end?
Why? Because being so open about flogging the birds just doesn't feel right
It's not that we mind a company going after the big bucks, and you do have to congratulate Rovio on all the success it's had with Angry Birds.
It's just, Angry Birds wasn't an original concept to begin with and now the developer has come out and quite blatantly said that it intends to spin the name in as many ways as possible to keep the cash flowing.
We like Angry Birds for a five minute flick on the train, but we're not sure we really want to see Angry Birds branded egg-timers or whatever else will earn a bob or two.
We're also not sure how comfortable we are with a company being so blatant about the rinse and repeat formula. Everyone does it, but at least most people pretend otherwise.