Hey! I made a spooky ghost for you guys!
You humans be like ” Must suck being in the middle of nowhere in space ” towards us Cosmic entities
Well… it’s better being in the middle of the cosmos rather than looking at them from afar on a dirty planet
THE EARTH WILL BE COVERED IN WAR ONCE THE PORTAL TO SKELETON HELL IS OPEN. PRAY YOU NEVER LAND ON OUR PLANET AGAIN COSMIC BEING
I’m just gonna grab the remaining Mcdonalds before The Skeleton War and just watch from above
I hate that gif for fitting the song perfectly
That should not have been that fun to dance to
Does Someone Have to Die Before Gamer Gate Ends?
Brianna Wu is a developer and writer who’s penned pieces on the gender imbalance in modern video games and the harassment women in the industry continue to deal with as part of their daily business. She heads up the small studio Giant Spacekat, makers of Revolution 60, a mobile game hailed as “a most triumphant and excellent adventure” by RPGfan.com and denounced as “a bland, uninteresting, feminism circle-jerk” by Metacritic user Realgamer101. I’m guessing that’s not his real name, but there’s no guesswork required to figure out the poster’s gender.
On October 11, Wu tweeted the above screenshot—a series of threatening messages she’d received from a Twitter account that’s since been suspended.
Before we go any further, it’s important to ask whether or not you want to read anything more on GamerGate. Since you’re on this page, chances are you’re aware of the sides in this bizarre online kerfuffle, as well as the problem with giving GamerGate any further coverage: These words may be further fuel for a fire that needs to die down before anyone can properly discuss the more pertinent points raised by a still-evolving debate.
If that means nothing to you, here’s a summary: A (formerly) low-profile indie developer named Zoe Quinn created and released a game called Depression Quest. Some people argued that it wasn’t a game at all—but that’s not the controversy. An ex of Quinn’s published information in August of 2014 implying that she had slept around to secure positive review coverage forDepression Quest. There’s no evidence connecting any alleged promiscuity—which, in any case, is nobody’s business apart from those doing the screwing, anyway—with the reception Depression Quest received, but the conversation quickly turned to ethics: As in, some game journalists were seen to be favorable toward certain projects that they were incredibly tenuously linked to. That connection could be chipping into a Kickstarter pot, or having long ago worked on a collaborative venture together. You get the idea: Person A once spoke to Person B, and for that reason Person A’s recommendation of Person B’s new Game C is clearly completely corrupt.
I don’t think I ever really believed the whole ‘boys hating girls’ gamer shtick until GG. But goddamn. These gamer comments are as misogynistic as Fox News comments are racist.
i made something for you guys to drag, so drag it right now
Tsukiyama doesn’t kid around with the booty.
the rise and fall
OH MY GOD
oH MY GOD
OH MFY GOFD
oH MY SWEET JESUS NO
everything’s so funny when u use the wrong measurement:
- 5 gallons of homework
- mouthful of lint
- 20 degrees of facial oil
- 7 pints of china
- handful of fergi
- 60 mph of dad
60 MPH OF DAD
when you like new thing
when you find friends who like new thing