A number of things in this article are out of date. The Ouya has received numerous software updates since it’s release and the issue with buying games is already solved. There is a buy button that is easily accessible from the system menu.
Ouya built into a smart TV actually sounds like a really good idea. The Rokuya idea isn’t so bad either. Nice!
I’m tired of being killed randomly while driving around in GTA Online. It’s just one big griefer fest half the time. Unless I get a solo session I can’t even sell stolen cars without someone destroying my car.
It’s a matter of selfishness. Thinking only of one’s own personal gratification is the easiest thing to do, and that’s one of the primary ways that human atrocities are overlooked or downplayed.
They should depict the despair experienced by those who cared for that person who was killed/beaten/raped/sold/etc, even if they weren’t an important character. They should make some effort to convey the fact that what is happening in the game is causing a deep irreversible harm.
When I first saw the title of this post I thought it was going to say something intelligent and informative about the problem of human sex trafficking. I was expecting an article about how many of the “prostitutes” you see on the streets are actually children that have been manipulated and threatened into selling their bodies for a pimp. Maybe even see insight into how normalizing sex work into our culture, only makes it easier to abduct children and coerce them into this lifestyle.
I have been unfortunately disappointed. :-(