...Personally I am tired of being labelled a fanboy for liking the game, hardly seems civil.
Note: this reply is not directed at anyone.
fanboy = someone who supports a game regardless of the game's overall qualities (in this case, overall negative qualities).
hater = someone who criticizes a game regardless of the game's overall qualities (in this case, overall positive qualities).
Both share the same trait -- their response is unwarranted based upon the cold hard facts.
Liking a game is different. It's fine to like a 'bad' game and fine to dislike a 'good' game. Liking/disliking is personal preference, and not based upon cold hard facts (such as whether the game crashes or is unbalanced or doesn't follow lore, etc.).
So, anyone who calls someone a fanboy merely for liking a game (or hater merely for disliking a game), then that person (the fanboy caller) has demonstrated their opinion is unworthy of consideration, and they should be ignored.
Now, if a game has overall problems and someone undeservedly praises the game and criticizes those who point out the problems -- that's different, and they're fanboys who, by their behavior, forfeit consideration of their posts. And similarly for haters, of course.
By the old rule 'an insult from an idjit is a compliment, a compliment from an idjit is an insult', then being called a fanboy merely for liking a game is a badge of honor, and something to enjoy, as you've been complimented