morbidrealities
MorbidRealities
morbidrealities
Nov 10
2

It’s really not lol, I’m not sure how to express this to you. Imagine if this review was entirely about the election process, it’s off theme and has no place in a product review where the person was gifted this product by the company. He’s virtue signaling about people doing something he didn’t have to do; his console Read more

Nov 9
1

Or maybe they should try there hands at a political website and leave the game site alone. I don't go to my mechanic for medical advice, why would I go to a gaming website for politics......

Nov 9
4

You seem to have pegged me as an ultra conservative person for some reason, so, let me clear the air here: Read more

Nov 9
4

I have no issues with politics in reviews, but it feels way off here. For many of us, video games have been that one outlet that has kept us sane or from falling into a deep depression. Its been that one release that has put a smile on our faces in a year that has taken so much from us. Yes, there will be some people Read more

Nov 9
2

At this point I’d rather be a bad person than lack the intelligence you do to formulate a proper response. Like, congrats, my dude, you fell for some of the literal worst virtue signaling in the history of writing. 

Nov 9
8

No, I’m not, I’m just a person with 10+ years of professional writing experience and literal awards. He’s virtue signaling instead of providing an actual review for the product, which he was provided in good faith. Notice how the Xbox Series X review doesn’t feel the need to bring this crap up? We understand that Read more

Nov 8
18

This wasn’t even slightly poignant, it was just really terrible writing with a complete lack of knowing your audience. It essentially assumes that you’re a bad person for wanting to get a console during a time of crisis and almost even implies that people aren’t fighting for their lives in this country when COVID Read more

Nov 8
8

...And incredibly inappropriate in a console review. There are better venues for that. If his goal is to scare people off purchasing a product, which in turn might raise eyebrows from advertisers, go on.  Real smart Kotaku!

Nov 7
10

Somewhere in this article there was a genuine review of the Playstation 5. It was of course buried between the multiple ‘I feel depressed so all of you need to feel depressed too!’ and ‘You need to feel bad about buying entertainment products’ comments the author made.

Nov 6
29

Maybe in the context of one their many articles regarding social issues and gaming - but shoe horning it into the actual console review is just weird.

Nov 6
107

Absurd addition to this review.  Are we going to mention ongoing tragedies in every review of luxury items and consumer products?  "Here's an RTX 3080, but let's reflect on the pandemic that has killed 240k Americans.  You probably should feel bad for buying this"

Nov 6
130

As someone who’s legitimately excited about a Biden presidency, the notion that having ‘a different old white man sitting behind the Resolute desk’ would somehow make the ‘worst people’ ‘go away’ is... a bit much to take in a PS5 review. And kind of creepy, honestly. I’m not saying there’s no reason to feel that way, Read more

Nov 6
174

Yep, what I want to read about in my reviews of products is the state of the world and politics.  BEST part of the review.

Sep 16
1

It’s mostly hate for him, and disbelief that Gwen actually wants to be with him? I liked Blake until he revealed his personality on The Voice. Yuck!

Sep 16
13

He was previously married to Miranda Lambert, who I really love. It was unclear when he took up with Gwen but the lack of comment on it suggests he was cheating on her. Read more

Sep 16
11

Umm....if memory serves me correctly, most of the rumors suggested it was Miranda cheating on Blake with a fellow country music singer.

Sep 16
21

1) He was previously married to Miranda Lambert, who I really love. It was unclear when he took up with Gwen but the lack of comment on it suggests he was cheating on her. Read more