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#1 Posted by RenegadeSaint (1630 posts) -

The most interesting part about this is that the voiceover spoke as if this would be a direct sequel. I'm wondering if the story is going to be extended in an epilogue. I'm in.

#2 Posted by RenegadeSaint (1630 posts) -

@wolfgame said:

This burns me in so many ways right now and I hope i'm not the only one seeing it. We take hardline stances around here on harassment, deaththreats, misogyny and all elements that contribute to what makes gaming so inherently negative at this time. I've never seen this dismissive attitude followed by "Oh, that's just the internet being the internet" when any of those topics are involved. Yet, here we are dismissing any accountability and responsibility from Gawker because "Oh, that's just Gawker being Gawker". We need consistency, either all of it is ok or none of it is, the mental leaps to justify this only further serves to prove my point and the demonstrated hesitancy to condemn this in the strongest possible terms makes me sick.

This pretty well sums up my thoughts in an even more concise approach.

Man, fuck you all, I like me a Coke.

Yeah, I said it. I like Coca-Cola.

I also like Coke! And Kotaku! It's a complex world we live in.

#3 Posted by RenegadeSaint (1630 posts) -

First of all, thank you all for a fantastic mix of insightful and hilarious commentary. I've responded to a few comments below.

The idea that you were a Gawker reader and this was too crass for your delicate sensibilities is unbelievable to me. It was this and their longstanding commitment to "political correctness," right? What a crock.

I was never an avid Gawker reader, but I used to read Kotaku daily (which is part of their conglomerate). Obviously, as mentioned above, that is no longer the case.

Been seeing a lot of posts here mentioning Kotaku ever since Patrick transitioned over there. I have no idea if Game Informer has an online community but, If they do, I really hope there's a renaissance flourishing on their forums talking about how ridiculous Giant Bomb is and shame on Dan for moving to a website that discusses professional wrestling more than video games.

Hahaha. I love this thought.

@koolaid said:

Although it is all "Gawker Media" I separate the antics of the Gawker site itself from Kotaku. I wouldn't dump Giant Bomb if CBS did something questionable.

Though Gawker Gawker does seem to do awful things quite often. Seriously, I don't know what goes through those guys' minds sometimes. It's strange to see people like Patrick, who clearly care about their work and the message they send, and these jerks who seem to like to cause trouble.

This is a fair point. I'm not really one for boycotts, but there is a lot of crosstalk between the different Gawker sites so that may be part of why I don't even want to head to Kotaku.

@hotpie said:

We tried to code a bot that would take Gawker articles and turn them into journalism but it's beyond mankinds current technological ability - @Totalbiscuit

Id rather take a bath with my father than contribute to ad-clicks on that website.

That is just fantastic.

#4 Edited by RenegadeSaint (1630 posts) -

No, not yet.

#5 Edited by RenegadeSaint (1630 posts) -

I'm down to really just watching the group Quick Looks (sorry Patrick and Alex, but solo stuff and morning shows are boring). In general, I've gravitated towards other forms of entertainment.

But I am here right now, so I clearly also browse the front page forums on occasion.

#6 Posted by RenegadeSaint (1630 posts) -

No, but a game mode without them would be nice.

#7 Posted by RenegadeSaint (1630 posts) -

@miacosa said:

Yes, do not get me wrong I love the site but its been a little disappointing lately and its causing me to consider dropping premium. It has been bothering me a lot lately and as a premium member i kind of expect more especially with 3 offices going now. Sometimes it seems like there are more trailers up then actual content and if you are not into a certain featured content item there is nothing for you on the site.

This is one of the reasons I'm not renewing. I just don't feel like there is enough premium content to make it worthwhile. Some of the stuff is comedy gold, but there is so much other media available to me already that none of it is necessary.

#8 Edited by RenegadeSaint (1630 posts) -

I find it hard to believe there won't be a season mode when it hits its full release.

#9 Posted by RenegadeSaint (1630 posts) -

I agree. It's already the best "over-the-ropes" wrestling game and it's not even a wrestling game.

#10 Posted by RenegadeSaint (1630 posts) -

Oh man, this game was rough. I played all the way through it when it was released, but found it extremely unsatisfying.