There's nothing that amuses me to a greater degree than customer reviews. Sometimes they're purposefully written to elicit laughter. Other times they just happen to tickle your funny bone. Still other times they're so random all you can do is cock your head to the side with a well-articulated "ehhh?"
While online marketplaces like Amazon tend to have the best customer write-ups (who can resist when you're dealing with products like 55-gallon tubs of lube and diarrhea-inducing gummy bears?), video games get their own chance to shine thanks to Steam's review platform, and shine they do. Seems players are just as anxious to write biting commentary in the form of witty one-liners and three-paragraph-long non-sequiturs as online shopping connoisseurs. I mean, really—on a platform with some of the strangest game offerings around, you have to expect the reviews to be just as bizarre.
Most of the time, Steam reviews are nothing but harmless fun (who truly cares if a user named "TicklishPicklewickle" thinks your character development is up to snuff?), though they've launched a few controversies in the past. Remember when Digital Homicide developer James Romine sued a hundred Steam users for leaving bad reviews? Back in the day, I used to run to my mom to talk about the mean stuff my sisters said, too!
Today, however, we're in more of a whimsical mood, so we've decided to look back at some of the most side-splitting humdingers the Steam community has produced over the years. Is your body ready?