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Yamoshoto

  • joined Jul 08, 2013
  • last login Aug 27, 2014
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I am a tech lover. I believe in innovation of media and tech. My passion is video games and I love movies. My goal is to be come a Game Designer which I will accomplish for sure.

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Like I said it is subjective. I would consider macho, or a better word, bro-movie to be a movie of male fantasies sort of like The Wolf of Wall Street or an Arnold 80s movie. But to each his or her own.

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Irony is more satirical in nature. It doesn’t lack something that is out of character or inconsistent to character (incongruous). Being a female director directing a macho movie (as you would say) is out of character and goes against the macho man directors. Hence not ironic or satirical. peace fingers

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I don’t think that is what defines macho. That’s essentially real stories of soldiers and also what happens in a similar psychological atmosphere. But I believe macho is subjective since people have different meaning for it. There is the Macho Man song which i dont feel is macho but the very opposite.

And the to describe what you mean isn’t ironic or irony but incongruous.

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I don’t think that’s a good use of the word ironic, nor “macho.” Don’t really think Hurt Locker was macho in anyway. Just because you have soldiers and war doesn’t make something macho. But to each his (or her) own.

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Let’s boycott it. YEAH AMERICA!

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Plus he is also japanese, if Polygon only evaluated anime as they did video games. This game is nothing compared to the stereotypes and perversion found in anime. It is a different culture, maybe he is not use to the feminism crap (no offense) we aggressively have in the west that is being ramped up

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You cant be attracted to people physically now. It has to be based on their personality. Haven’t you heard the new rules that were created recently? Oh wait, neither have I.

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Everyone objectifies things and judges things. Whether it be inhuman or human. It is pretty stupid to act oblivious to this not going on. Most liberals have a bubble view about subject matters which makes them very ignorant at times.

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Not to mention it’s fiction. Who cares

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total control and cadence when it comes to speaking towards the media

Total control and limiting of speech is pretty much fascism (in basic form).

You missed the XBox One scenario where because of poor communication Mattics and the Xbox team had to do serious reassurance among other things and drop features.

Xbox situation was different. It was dealing with a console launch with bad PR and not truly knowing the potential of it’s own console (some of the settigns on the Xbox one at launch were in beta form). Bad communication inside the team and outside. We are not dealing with a console launch we are dealing with a guy in charge of indie games something Phil Spencer (head of indie and exclusive games before xbox launch) was. Phil had a twitter and tweeted things about indies or random things but his message was not affected by the xbox launch. So the xbox situation is irrelevant to this. You can control a portion of you message (like a console launch) but to control everything that has nothing to do with it is a bit sketch. Don’t you think? Also consider the message xbox team gave was reported by journalists and not twitter.

Like it or hate it, that’s been Nintendo’s plan for years and for the most part, it works.

It’s backwards and dishonest if you can’t trust your own dept heads to speak out about their love hate or joy from Nintendo.

Having a controlled message is something that MANY people can learn from Nintendo

No I think not. Nintendo hasn’t been in much success now a days no matter how much sugar you sprinkle on the wounds (ouch). What’s fine in the 90s doesn’t mean it will fly by well in the 2000s. They are traditionalists and I think everyone who runs nintendo should be fired and hire new guys. The Wii was a gimmick success but it bought nintendo enough time until the snow balling of traditionalism fails.

Like I said it is not cool nor is it ethical. But it is legal ;D

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It’s still a red herring. First of all I didn’t even finish my debate with Kirielson. Second Nintendo controlling the message has nothing to do with microsoft. Every company or individual controls a message (you call that an agenda). So no matter how you put it, it’s a red herring. We are not talking about controlling a message we are talking about a guy who is muted from Nintendo and doesn’t like it and how backwards it is which some of you guys think that is fine. This is limiting a message from a human entity. It is pretty damn close to fascism.

Sure it might be legal and it might be fine, company wise, but it is pretty backwards. It also “might” be a tiny bit dishonest.

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I didn’t say that was the only way to talk to people. You are throwing fallacies in my mouth. Controlling people and muting them communication-wise like this (Adelman clearly did not like it) is fascism. And the sick part is you that you agree with that. That is messed up man.

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It’s not the end all be all but you do realize this guy was muted. And he is talking about his issues with nintendo. It’s more than just using twitter, but the attitude of why they didn’t allow him to use twitter. Guess what? He’s not happy. So you can back up Nintendo all you want but clearly this guy had issues with it.

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This game version is not meant for you. It’s not right nor ethical to think every game should cater to you. If you actually look at the App store from a more humble consumer who hasn’t played that many games, you might find that this is a game for them. Why can’t those people, who are not (HARDCORE) as you are, enjoy the game?

Slenderman was also big when it was released for mobile cause a lot of the people never heard of it on the PC.

Please don’t be tacky about superior graphics you played it on. It’s an old game that will be made available to a larger audience that is not uber-elite-geek-hardcore gamer number 305,374.

Thanks for your time reading this.

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Red herring. That has nothing to do with this conversation. Better rebut please. Thanks man :D

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Phil Spencer Head of Xbox (once head of the Indie/ Exclusive game content) used Twitter a lot. He wasn’t muted. Why is this guy being muted okay? I’s not like everyone agreed with that. Clearly this guy didn’t like the idea,

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That’s a terrible rebut. Considering Sony, MS and many other big companies have their Department heads speak up and use twitter. Having so much and too much control is what makes Nintendo backwards. They are too secure with their future, and that’s why their future darkens instead of lightens.

Can’t believe you wrapped up so much tin foil on your head to actually think muting a person from speaking is cool.

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You know what’s really sick, people like you thinking not allowing a division head to speak to others is fine. That is a really lame excuse. So much tinfoil on your head.

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