hdefined2
hdefined2
9/15/19
9:53 PM
2

Um, thanks for writing an article about a video I can’t watch at the moment.

9/15/19
10:11 AM
149

of course they would do this the season with the worst animation quality....

9/13/19
10:26 AM
17

It’s a classic. Good design and music, pretty basic rhythm game mechanics, but it’s a well-liked artifact from gaming’s past. Also it was designed by Miz.

9/12/19
12:50 AM
13

This is such an asinine opinion because we’re only able to play some old games thanks to piracy. I’m not endorsing a website proudly offering roms. But this only benefits the corporation, not the artist. Or the preservation of games.

9/11/19
11:12 PM
25

How cute - a moral absolutist who believes that Law equals Justice.

9/11/19
10:11 PM
31

You think it’s sad to ask “Who is it hurting”?  Shouldn’t that be the litmus test for deciding if something is or isn’t hurting someone?  It’s kind of sad when people think whether something is hurting someone or not is irrelevant.

9/11/19
9:54 PM
64

Let me speak to two things here. First, this is not theft, it’s copyright infringement. Second, until half a century ago copyright only lasted for 30 years. Meaning that if it wasn’t for Disney, we would all have copies of Super Mario Bros on our computers because that game would now be in the public domain! What

9/11/19
9:30 PM
54

The people who hid and sent away prints of Murnau’s “Nosferatu” also were

9/11/19
9:13 PM
37

On one hand, I appreciate that. Content creators should be compensated when possible. The various “classic” consoles prove we’ll happily open our wallets when a convenient, well-executed means is available. Even when we choose to pirate, the various RetroPie rigs prove we have no issue spending money to have our

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9/11/19
9:13 PM
31

Unless someone starts hosting all games created legally, that theft is needed to keep gaming history alive.

9/11/19
8:26 PM
84

Good. The term “preservation” is just a polite way of saying you are stealing and redistributing intellectual property illegally. You can hide behind that word all you like, you are still a damned thief. And no, the delusion that if you own it then it is legal is entirely false.

9/8/19
12:23 AM
2

They discussed a trailer, not the game, because no one had played the new game by that point. You’re incredibly bad at this.

9/6/19
7:53 PM
3

“Keeping up with this game” by... reading articles like this one?

9/6/19
5:42 PM
2

So, you’re basically saying that we should judge everything by it’s cover and not bother to see if what’s on the inside matches our assumptions (Hilariously ironic, considering the topic) or that we should just believe other people’s opinions about things and not try to come to our own conclusions about them.

Players

9/6/19
6:45 AM
3

If nobody complains, then there is no way for anyone who wouldn’t want to buy it to know that they don’t want to support the themes it promotes. Positive reviews are more likely to gloss over these types of things as they don’t bother the reviewer.

9/6/19
3:43 AM
4

Try and remember you’re not talking to a random gamer, you’re talking to a game journalist. Playing games and critiquing is kind of the job description.

9/5/19
8:09 PM
7

You specifically said the article wasn’t a review and addressed the writer directly.

9/5/19
8:06 PM
2

Considering editorials and reviews like this convinced me to not buy that piece of sexist trash... mission accomplished?