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.
That’s what people fail to get. Just because they bought a disc doesn’t mean they own the game. It’s just a licence coupled with access. If they really owned it they could do multiple things to the game like hacking it and cheating ,which most of the time, is not allowed.
lol? Sort of like how our parents told us there was VHS movies before we moved to netflix delivery and then streaming. There really is no legacy here. A game is a game. The service you use to retrieve the game is just a nostalgic perspective on pretending you own it. When in fact, you only own the license.
Steam sells the license to the games, not the actual game -technically no one owns the game even if you buy it physically. You can retrieve those games from the actual publisher if steam goes down (which is a really really unlikely hyperbole).
Subjective. You don’t know what the future will bring. Cause it is the “future.” But to each his or her own. So keep tin-foiling it up.
First of all I didn’t assume “it is a bigger problem with online gaming journalism.” Also it has nothing to do with “nerdy boys.” Like I said, if you read with great precision eyes, was it doesn’t seem to relate to a geek culture.
The Tv show has it’s targeted audience and game sites have their targeted audience. If I were to do a survey of what people on a gaming site like (movies, books, even shows) the results would be very different and uncorrelated from the target audience from the Bachelorette. There’s the issue there. It has nothing to do with “nerdy boys” cause there are “nerdy girls” who don’t get this article as well.
Make sure write a better rebut because your original reply was complete rubbish.
Sort of like turning anything we see to drawings, writing and other forms of media. Even if the results are disastrous.
I feel you can tell a targeted audience of a show if you were to remove it from existence and see who complains the most. IMO, I believe the show merely exists for imaginations of a wonderful relationship targeted to the people who dream in having one.
I believe many people (like myself) feel this is pretty mainstream and not in the nerd culture part of things. Star Wars and Transformers fits a geek pop culture. However this article doesn’t fit it at all as well as represents a 30+ female audience. Most young girls I know hate that show with a passion. So the article seems to be completely missing the target.
I wonder if this would be regarded as the same trope (slight feminist cliche speech point) people relate to games as females being a winning object. Yet we look at life in general and this show. Clearly humans are winnable objectives. What does this say about society?
And we should care about this why? Don’t most people cover info for a friend or relative? You pointing out this issue is not polygon material either.
They added some great melee systems and it is really fast and hard. It was always about moving forward and not going back or hiding in cover. Oh and gory as hell.
Just need that sexy announcer pack and we are good to go with the new UT.
I did go to Quakecon and see. Everyone outside who didn’t make it to the showing thought they heard the rapture. But there won’t be any leaked media they had people walking back and forth to make sure of it. You will probably see something in the fall time.
Totally, cause the writer of the game can have no say in what his own story means. Because whatever he says afterwards is “bullshit.” What world have we come to?
The new Doom looks incredible. You will love it
Well everyone’s definition of maturing can mean something different, so it is subjective. I agree with you, if we get rid of everything that offends us there will be no counter part to think about or is thought provoking. A good use of "mature" in games would be gaming growing and reaching broader audiences and broader diverse topics. While at the same time, it continues to keep the games it has but explore many other genres as well. Sophistication is in the eye of the beholder, or more accurately the eye of the person siting on the high horse.
I agree. the PS2 was so dominant that sony was very very arrogant with the success they thought people would spend $600+ on a new console with shit games.
It’s like saying Coca Cola is making a 2 billion profit while Pepsi is making a 1 Billion Profit. Journalists are like Pepsi is so much in trouble and struggling. And me and the two companies are like “holy shit billion dollar profits.”
Mental Illness isn’t a “thing” it of more of a category and there are different strands of it. I disagree that gaming or people paint it as disgusting, that is a huge hyperbole. What a lot of games do (like Amnesia, or Dead Space) is use it as a narrative through the protagonist, not to condemn it. Sure games might have the cliche villain who is “crazy.” But guess what? many of the worst killers and rulers were very insane. All those cannibalistic killers that went on sprees were mentally sick.
Your view of changing things cannot happen unless you actually define what you feel mentally illness is and show a game where it is actually being mocked.