I don’t see why the problem only has to be addressed in one, top down way. Why can we not make gaming a better place now, instead of waiting for change to gradually filter down?
It really just takes independent critical thought.
Sorry, I meant after this video is finished, a new one starts playing automatically.
No no, pixelation and video artifacts are the best way to look at graphical fidelity! Auto play is just the icing on the cake!
Seriously though, why not use Vimeo or even YouTube?
Acceptance is expected because it makes sense. There really isn’t any reason not to let gay couples get married.
Also, I’m just pointing it out since you made the mistake a couple times, it is spelled “equal”.
Well, hopefully you would be a human being with empathy and that would make you care.
Queer folk aren’t treated like everyone else at a PAX though. I’m a man, if I walk into PAX holding hands with a girlfriend, nobody bats an eye. That would not be the same if I went with a boyfriend.
Conventions like GaymerX exist so that everyone can receive equal treatment, whether they are gay, straight, bi, trans, cis, man, woman, whatever. It’s not excluding anyone.
It works out to the same thing. I still don’t see how that is even a valid argument against GaymerX.
Mass Effect 2 was massively hyped for me. I played Mass Effect and wasn’t super into it, so I dismissed ME2 for a while. I ended up picking it up a couple months after release when it was on sale and it ended up being one of my favourite games of all time.
Uncharted 2 was similar. I had been hearing all about it for months so it was the first game I picked up with my PS3. That led to a bunch of fun years following Playstation after they got momentum with the slim model.
I was obsessively following everything related to Reach before it came out and it totally lived up to my expectations. It was a great way for Bungie to leave Halo.