I coulden't agree more,that's just there opinion anyway.Who cares what they say?
I'm sorry I say this but...
Don't listen CNET. They're just a buncha computer dorks who will only give good ratings to the latest Dell they enjoy.
Usually dorks don't understand V-Pets like us.
And yes, they are a little demanding. My mom told me that my older cousin once had a Tama, and my aunt would look after it all the time.
I'm sorry but they're just dorks.
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You are so wrong tamagochis are the best they are so fun you should get one
Created in 1996 by Aki Maita, Tamagotchi made manufacturer Bandai an absolute fortune. It was hugely successful and spawned countless clones. It was the must-have toy of its day. Why is it an example of terrible tech? Because it was intensely irritating.
You looked after a tiny pixellated cretin who, after eating a variety of oversized meals, left piles of dung in one corner of his screen, each as large as the creature it came from. Owners could then punish the little swine or feed it more food. It would also wake up at 7am demanding you clean the huge load it created while you were sleeping.
The little beggars disrupted classroom after classroom, caused fights in the playground and even spawned nanny services -- where unemployed housewives charged kids their pocket money to look after the useless b******* while their owners were at school.
Nothing this pointless should be spared the stinging lash of geek revisionism, regardless of its commercial success.*
This news story was posted by CNET News in 'Top ten terrible tech products'. I totally disagree with them. I am nso outraged!
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