It was for about 2 days, but you weren't there so I wouldn't expect you to know. The vocal minority ruined the whole "movement" for everyone, conveniently sweeping the question of ethics in journalism right under the rug, that story isn't as exciting as anonymous idiots being asses on the internet. Then, anyone who still bothered with ethics was attached to the gamergate name, so they got lumped in with the vocal minority, furthering the divide
Yeah, and the Watergate scandal started because a security guard noticed the wrong thing. What's your point? Gamergate wasn't initially a mindless hate train, but it did get hijacked pretty quickly. I understand why you'd be touchy about it, though. And to the guy below, I've never been anything but distanced to the whole gamergate thing, I'm just an observer. It's common knowledge that ethics in journalism is a shaky thing, I didn't want to waste my time with some stupid "movement" that lost all traction within a few days.
It was literally started because some dude was mad a girl broke up with them. If the vocal majority was worried about ethics, they should probably, idk, start a new hashtag.
look at this guy bringing these hot ideas to the table
I share that concern with procedural generation in general, but didn't find those elements impacted my enjoyment here.
Strafe's levels don't feel like John Romero levels, but they also don't feel completely random, jumbled, or... procedural. It's more that they're mostly set levels with a few possible variables in each room/corridor.
Videogames aren't just for gamers anymore. The waters are tainted with normies
I deal with this by
2. play all tacticool
3. always expect the worst
buy xcom 2 for $12 it's really worth it, the dlc is worthless, probably
Get xcom 2, play it for the tutorial it is. Install Long War 2, and sit back for the 200 hour ride it takes you on.
If you think about his the guy isn't trying to stab him. The guy is going to smash his skull
currently: a dumpster fire of broken dreams and randy pitchfords failures.
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