Discussion in 'Games (and Other Interactive Entertainment)' started by keithburgun, Jun 7, 2013.
Helpful description - I wasn't aware that gladiator training involved any amount of deception
Maybe the gameplay is great, you don't know.
Doug Wilson has been that kind of menace for awhile.
As usual for twitter discussions where people quote each other, I can't follow who said what.
I don't understand. Take a screenshot of what you're seeing and maybe I can help?
It's unclear why Douglas uses quotation marks in the final tweet. After a minute of thought about it in context, I would guess that he said the thing in quotation marks at a jury meeting for the IGF Nuovo jury, and is quoting himself.
So he's winning the argument by saying "I don't believe in X"? That makes no sense?
Or the idea that not believing in "game mechanics" is so outlandish (I would love to hear how he backs up that claim) that the jury simply resigns instead of dealing with him. Maybe he should have put *cut to me getting kicked out* or something instead. Go for the self-deprecating joke.
Was just playing some Heroes of the Storm today and saw this when looking at the ranked section
Hell fuckin yeah, dominating people
I can tell /s
You have a different scale for "Hyper-sexualised than me". That's just regular sexualised imo.
Arguing about whether we should use the term "hyper sexualized" or "sexualized" is missing the point, which is that yet again, when a female body is presented, it is presented as an object for the purposes of sexual gratification for a presumed straight male audience.
I played Elvenar (because it's published by Innogames), and no way was it designed for women - it's way to boring for women. And most, but obviously not all men.
NieR: Automata. Also known as: "I had to rip the cloth from my boobs so I could cover my eyes!"
mouth hangs agape in useless shock and wonder
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