One of the most important thing to remember is that not every situation is the same. Don’t go so far into teaching “the right thing” that the right thing becomes the only acceptable way, that’s the exact opposite of what you’re trying to shape them to be.
As a consumer the absolute last thing you ever want to show to any company is loyalty.
I don’t see a problem at all. Show me the crazies, the misguided, the obsessed. Show me the murderers, the rapists, the Nazis. Show me their minds, so I will know how to not repeat their mistakes, not fall into the same darkness they did. I will never understand people who thinks that a certain fiction is demeaning,…
If say you signed a contract that waives away your human rights, does that mean you no longer have human rights? The law exists precisely to stop bullshit like this.
Watch out America! You’re next. Then, the world.
You are right, and if John Bain is still with us he would’ve shut down a lot of these nonsense. He was pro consumer to the day he passed away.
Kotaku is on a roll with some of its longer articles as of late. I really like that you’re explaining the Epic-Steam situation as it is and not taking sides. Opinion pieces get really tiring when everyone else also does it, and more often than not they are colored by biases, prejudices and fear. Keep it up.
Do you know what’s truly insane about this Mt. Everest analogy? It’s that he thinks people WON’T build a hotel every 100 feet up Mt. Everest if it was possible because it impacts your “pride and accomplishment”. Ask that again to the people who DIED climbing Mt. Everest every year if between having guaranteed safety…
Its pretty “self explanitory” you couldn’t understand our viewpoints, much less that of an “artist”, so I’ll pity reply you this one time and hope your psychologist can patch you up one day.
Who the fuck do you think is the disadvantaged person mentioned in the article then?
Unfortunately most of their brains can’t compute something as simple as “it’s a choice”.
Here's a simple question: are you the artist who made Sekirou? No? Then shut up and let the rest of us ask for an Easy Mode.
Try saying that again to the wheelchaired person who still wants to hike up Mt. Everest but is physically unable to, you asshole.
It’s a fucking choice, you dimwit. It’s not mandatory to play on Easy Mode if it exists.
And as the consumer, these people are taking the company’s side and saying, “No! We don’t WANT a choice! Please just give us 1 choice that I either have to take or give up no matter how much I might desire it! PLEASE take away my choice!” It’s so fucking dumb it’s unbelievable.
Long story short, they can’t stand other people not enjoying the game their way. This is the biggest bunch of dicks I’ve seen yet for sure.
And it’s the stance of the company who made the product should have, just not one YOU should have because you’re a FUCKING CONSUMER, you fool.
Fuck you. If a blind person wants to read a book, we make an audio book for them to listen to. If a one-legged person wants to do sports, we prepare a special court where they can perform without feeling inferior to other people. But we do NOT tell them not to do whatever it is they wish to do because of their…
Miyazaki’s criticisms aside, there should be more racist, violent, sexist, bigoted yada yada works in the world, especially when they’re accurate or true to life. The fictional world is a safe world where we can safely explore these themes, review their causes and effects and so on, instead of actually experimenting…
Er, I was actually responding to that gokartmozart guy above you. I’m not sure how it turned up under your comment. Sorry.