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#2707 - Basic Age: 20 21 in June Nationality: … 02/07/2015 on Addy's personality survey 0
#1900 - B-but... pokemon. 01/11/2015 on Im currently on your mashed... 0
#1880 - every kid's dream. A pokemon trainer  [+] (2 new replies) 01/11/2015 on Im currently on your mashed... 0
#1889 - toughsheet (01/11/2015) [-]
UM How did u miss that you would be making flying SCOOTERS?
User avatar #1900 - razorwind (01/11/2015) [-]
B-but... pokemon.
#19 - I've said it before and I'll say it again; WHO CARES?! Yes… 10/20/2014 on women in vidya games +6
#30 - Okay, honestly who should really care? I mean, some companies …  [+] (7 new replies) 10/18/2014 on Gawker Media supports Bullying -15
#54 - orelse (10/18/2014) [-]
Well honestly "who should care" should be the gamers as it is our interest and industry they are currently attacking.
Whether you choose to acknowledge it or not, corrupt journalists and their followers will have collective influence in whatever they choose to push.
The problem being they have no concern for the welfare of games in general allowing groups with illogical or unrealistic ideologies to piggyback and push their own agenda.
Yes, this has spiraled into an enormous farce, but it a farce with real consequences for developers (especially indie devs who are far more susceptible to pressure) which impacts the future of games in general.
Let us not touch on the harassment, this is just something that started as a push for journalistic integrity which should be desirable in any relevant industry.
User avatar #31 - sircool (10/18/2014) [-]
most actual gamers don't use actual gaming journalists, true, but game devs do. Haven't you noticed a slow/great change to games over the years? Bioware suddenly making shepard who was for the last 2 games suddenly be able to be gay? Gearbox making hundreds of homosexual characters for no reason? Hell, Ubisoft was bullied into putting a female character into assassin's creed because 'there wasn't a female lead in any assassins's creed game' while they ignored the african lady and asian one.
User avatar #33 - robinwilliamson (10/18/2014) [-]
Do you really think that's because of "gaming journalism" or the fact it's an actual common relationship between inclusion in other things and actual public opinion of the age groups?
#35 - sircool (10/18/2014) [-]
slightly, yes actually. Media influences lots of shit, even if it's from a stupid source. Think of it this way, if i'm a big time developer, am I going to watch the youtube guy with a video that has 2k views at the most for his opinion, or the person who's supposedly meant to be trained, unbiased, and honest in their review so much its their actual job? none of which are true now a days sadly

also, comparing the games it to games these devs used to make, they are shoehorning and shoving these types of things into it hardcore.
User avatar #37 - robinwilliamson (10/18/2014) [-]
Game developers, however, also participate in society, where these isolated biased article discussions never reach to any remotely substantial degree, and the devs are smart enough to decipher these biases.

They'll make what they want to make, and a few articles on these kinds of websites, which they could scan and shoot down in the event they do come across it, couldn't possibly have a big enough public effect to sway them. That's not how you make a profit in the free market. Even if they did follow it, they would try and fail, and then there'd be solid empirical evidence, and capitalism continues.

Looking a little jumpy with a "calm down" gif. This is pretty civil, no worries.
#38 - sircool (10/18/2014) [-]
but it wasn't just a few articles. Prior to gamergate, I believe it was nearly 5-7 different articles about 'war on women' or the same implying idea a month on multiple sites. Of course, they'd see through most, but it takes only one time the don't and it all falls apart.

and sadly, ubisoft's being bullied into making some female character due to supposed outrage is evidence enough that they can't make what they like.

and the calm is a bit for myself and for anyone else reading along. Not in the mood for some type of bull shitty internet debate at the moment, keeping myself cool rather than be some raving loon, and because I enjoy using reaction pics than not using them. Feels more human for some reason.
User avatar #39 - robinwilliamson (10/18/2014) [-]
Although there are some initially daunting events, followup of a slippery slope effect is really nothing to worry about, because like I say, the free market. These guys want profits, and the public knows what it wants, too.

No matter what point on the timeline of Gamergate you put your finger on, even the very first moments of it will all consistently show a massive outnumbering ratio of sane people to whiny bitch feminazis, and that's all the evidence necessary to know that the free market can be trusted with this one.
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#1307 - How can you not like this smooth groove? 07/22/2014 on Games 0
#1021 - Might as well, it'll be too far back for anyone to see soon an… 07/19/2014 on feels part 9000 0
#4033 - **razorwind rolled image ** 06/02/2014 on This is going up your butt 0
#4399 - **razorwind rolled image ** 05/29/2014 on Your future wife/hubby +1


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