Splodge's forum posts

#1 Posted by Splodge (2286 posts) -

@bevinsky: theres no such thing as shadowbannimg here, its not reddit and this is not r/gaming.

You are saying then that Anita is either lying or misrepresenting the information? Thats a pretty fucked up stance to take.

#2 Posted by Splodge (2286 posts) -

Man, these coincidences keep stacking up. First a blog about Zoe Quinns sex life shows up, then the GamerGate movement appears. Now female devs are getting continued death threats and being forced out of their homes, and the GG movement gets its own celebrity backers and an army of defenders.

#3 Edited by Splodge (2286 posts) -

Having a lot of fun with it so far (PC). I am a couple of hours in, gonna play some more later. Jump pads are fantastic, and the jetpack kind of boosts you around the place. I spend most of my time jumping and boosting everywhere, which has unfortunately led to some pretty funny suicides when I got a bit too crazy with it. Have a new laser type weapon that is pretty cool. All in all I think its gonna be fun from what I have played so far.

#4 Posted by Splodge (2286 posts) -

Look at your map and check areas where there are bridges. I have found that they tend to be near or around bridges, but that might just be a coincidence!

Can you make him flee by running at him with a caragor, then grab him and execute him?

#5 Posted by Splodge (2286 posts) -

@Teaspoon83 sounds like Moot had a crisis of conscience. One thing I have noticed about him from some of his talks I have watched is that he is surprisingly sensitive and thoughtful for the man who runs the most anonymous place on the Internet.

#6 Posted by Splodge (2286 posts) -

Really solid movie. Enjoyed it thoroughly.

#7 Posted by Splodge (2286 posts) -

The most beautiful open world will always be, in my mind, the DC Wasteland in Fallout 3. It is a perfectly realised landscape of sparse vegetation, rusty jalopies, towering ruins and irradiated desert. I spent hundred of hours in that world and loved every minute.

God damnit I would brutally sodomize myself with a cactus to get my hands on Fallout 4.

#8 Posted by Splodge (2286 posts) -

@splodge said:

@nmarebfly said:

Serious question for pro gamersgate people: what has the movement accomplished that you are proud of? What have been the wins?

We just went through a steam discoverability proto-scandal and I didn't see much rage at popular youtubers there. Same with shadows of mordor and IGN. Shouldn't you be rallying around a scandal besides ones that happen to involve female game devs or people who disagree with you?

Why isn't there clamor to cover all the GG good works?

If someone can link me anything to do with GamerGate exposing corruption that does not involve female indie devs I will genuinely read it and give it my full attention.

Well, it's 04:13 am here and I am off to bed. I still want to hear from GG folks about what I mentioned above. Please link me what you have and I will read it in the morning, because I just spent the last 12 mins googling away and I can't find any actions carried out by the GamerGate movement that do not involve small, indie games companies that are either run by women or have women heavily involved in them. I may be wrong, in which case, please post me some links because all this good GG work must be hidden away in some very deep corners of the internet.

#9 Posted by Splodge (2286 posts) -

Serious question for pro gamersgate people: what has the movement accomplished that you are proud of? What have been the wins?

We just went through a steam discoverability proto-scandal and I didn't see much rage at popular youtubers there. Same with shadows of mordor and IGN. Shouldn't you be rallying around a scandal besides ones that happen to involve female game devs or people who disagree with you?

Why isn't there clamor to cover all the GG good works?

If someone can link me anything to do with GamerGate exposing corruption that does not involve female indie devs I will genuinely read it and give it my full attention.

#10 Posted by Splodge (2286 posts) -

I was going to write a long essay about how and why I was cancelling my subscription, but this is already past page 15 and even if someone reads it, it'll just be banned if it disagrees too harshly with the collective opinion of the moderators, regardless of how civil I am.

Sorry dude, but that is completely false and has never happened. You are free to openly give your opinion. I for one am interested in why you would cancel. Don't assume no one is going to listen to you.