I really, really wish this is the case, but...none of the creative team from the DT reboot is referenced in the Variety article.
2 years later and Gizmodo still doesn’t understand Spider-Man. SMH.
Also gotta make another example on how Kotaku and other major gaming sites failed to see when making some articles. For example in your PS5 review... Do you think a Mexican, Guatemalan, or someone from Europe, etc would be interested in reading your REFLEXION on American politics and the things that are happening over… Read more
In my humble “Latinx” (Plz stop calling us with that name, its disgusting and racist), I think... since many games are meant to be aimed at international audiences (Not only, USA... yeah, you people are not the center of the world) they dont want to make political statements only aimed at the US audience... For… Read more
Latinx is a term propetuated by younger Latinos to be movement positive fr our people and b inclusive of every skin color, gender, sex orientation, etc. 97% of Latinos have never even HEARD of Latinx. 3% might know or maybe have used the term itself. Frankly, I find this term insulting. I am the product of Cuban… Read more
One, “Most of the social relationships between people do not require police intervention”. Yeah and most social relationships don’t involve, say, your house being set on fire. But we wouldn’t do away with all firefighters. Most social interactions don’t involve, say, you being cheated out of money. But we wouldn’t… Read more
LatinX was probably created by a middle-aged white woman that took it upon herself to be offended for you.
It’s only a joke until enough people start using it. You guys need to nip that crap in the bud quick. Tell people that say LatinX are racists...that should do the trick.
Has something changed in the Latino community? Everything I’ve ever read from native Latinos has stated that the vast, vast majority of them utterly despise the term “Latinx” and consider it an insult to their culture. It seems like the only ones who truly keep pushing it are those who speak English as their first… Read more
I don’t particularly care for the LatinX label myself, as a born and raised hispanic person. I would if anything refer to myself as Latino but I do see its place when you are referring to someone who’s pronouns you might not be familiar with. Instead of saying Latino/a your say latinx, which makes a degree of sense in… Read more
Of all the talent that has left GMG over the last few months, I’m not surprised Charles is still here. Hard to get job offers when all you do is complain about Trump and the Police.
The Hispanic and Latino community does not prefer the Latinx term. Only 3% of applicable populations identify. Only 25% have heard it. Overwhelming support for the term Hispanic. However Latin, the runner-up is a more common term for indigenous subjected to Spanish rule but do not have Spanish blood. Hispanic is… Read more
Look, it’s really simple: Does Miles Morales kill criminals? No. Does Miles Morales have the resources to maintain a private prison to hold criminals that he’s captured? Again, no. (And I would hope you’d see the obvious issues with a private individual deciding to hold people as prisoners without going through the… Read more
Yep, they deserve to be held hostage because you don't like their games. I feel bad for anyone that has to spend time around you.