“There is no argument for K-pop more exhaustive than ‘Bad Boy,’”
It’s all your ignorance, I’m afraid.
As a dedicated “casual” player of the game, what bothers me about this issue is the presumption that Hearthstone HAS to be a pure “skill-oriented” digital CCG. There’s definitely an amount of RNG that’s “unfun”, but if you’re the type of player that wants the objectively best player to win every game, there are other… Read more
I feel like you’re the one trying to create a controversy where one doesn’t exist, now.
I mean, it exists to such a degree that the guy who did an innocuous hand wave would then go on to publicly apologize and explain his actions. In addition, several other big figures in the scene would also give comment about this, in your mind, inconsequential event.
Kotaku isn’t at fault for reporting on something… Read more
Kotaku should make an article about the controversy caused in the comment section by talking about controversy’s in gaming.
So hold on: you’re claiming that this article is an overreaction while dramatically and extensively overreacting yourself? Impressive total lack of self-awareness, my friend.
Have you considered decaf?
Good thing this is “Kotaku” and not “Things That Tekton Cares About”.
If a player showing a little bit of personality during a game is something that can start off a controversy, why even bother having people play in person to begin with? Hearthstone’s boring enough to watch as is. Players showing at least a hint of personality or humanity would at least give some reason to watch people… Read more
I have a feeling you didn’t read the article, because Joshua was defending the innocuous shit that OTHER people found offensive.