nin wrote on Sep 9, 2014, 10:14:
HorrorScope wrote on Sep 9, 2014, 10:09:
nin wrote on Sep 9, 2014, 10:06:
HorrorScope wrote on Sep 9, 2014, 09:57:
How a culture war exploded in the video gaming world.
Have not noticed a darn thing in my world, seems like some people think they are a lot more important then they think they are.
RPS is one of my favorite game sites. RPS is not just “another game site”, they are very important to both game developers/publishers as well as gamers.
More self importance.
Just because you've not heard of something or not following it, doesn't mean others aren't commenting or following it.
"Self importance" indeed.
Right, pull yourself into a bunch of none-sense and drama. Over here everyone... Look at me!
You don't see any opinion I have begging for attention, so stick your self importance back at me line.
Must be a bunch of home-schoolers waking up to life outside the house.
You don't see the irony in saying "Have not noticed a darn thing in my world" and then saying those other people are just self important?
No because I don't feel what I post has any importance, nor am I trying to make people aware of it in any way other than a every day chat at Blue's, this is my water-tank. It is how I feel, but I know my place in all of this, bunch of blah blah.
In the end the masses won't take notice, seems like people trying any angle to make a name for themselves. I could be wrong about that, but I still don't care and feel like I shouldn't either. It screams personal agenda with the little bit I've seen.
Here is my solution to them. Start your own company, run it the way you like within the law and make the games you want to. Or start buying more games that don't offend you, to the point the industry takes notice and makes more of what you like. What is being made is what sells, the people speak daily with their wallets. Again, if this fits in any way to what is going on.This comment was edited on Sep 9, 2014, 10:41.