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Every single one of these I have voted on, I have cast my vote for the losing one. I think, unintentionally, I have become a video game hipster of sorts.

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#2  Edited By RobotSquad

I have let it get to me. I haven't played Fez because the very idea of it reminds me of Phil Fish, and I just thoroughly and perhaps irrationally dislike that dude. Other times I just enjoy the art separate from the artist. I don't have a code that I live by or anything.

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I was really excited to play Dark Souls. Got it as a birthday present to myself this year. But after 10 hours of playing, I just do not get it. At all.

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Activision is McDonalds. EA is Burger King. Ubisoft is Wendy's. Yeah they are still fast food, but they got the Frosty, man.

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You don't get the great ads with the Premium one.

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#7  Edited By RobotSquad

I was excited to watch it because Amnesia is a favorite of mine, but was disappointed to see its segment was by far the shortest and least interesting of the three.

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#8  Edited By RobotSquad
  • Favorites (Playing now or soon)
  • Steam Games (Uninstalled)
  • Pirat-err I mean, non Steam Games
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Why not think about it from the perspective that the developer hadn't considered it might offend someone and after having the discussion with whoever it was, agreed with their perspective and wanted to change it? Why is everyone assuming the developer doesn't have a choice in this or is somehow terrified of repercussions if they didn't make the changes?

If the developer wanted to make the change shouldn't this be trumpeted as a success for community engagement?

I'm going to assume the developers knew an image of a child on fire was intrinsically offensive. That's really the point of the "gag", whether one thinks it's funny or not.

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#10  Edited By RobotSquad

I'm always in favor of an artist standing behind their art, but as far as this kind of thing goes, this instance is small potatoes.