Were it so simple; once I learn there's something problematic about something I like, I can never look at it the same way again, like learning my best friend killed a baby.
Not that I'm resistant to criticism, it just makes me sad.
I'd never heard of smart TVs until now. I guess it's obvious thing, but that motion control looks awkward.
I don't really care about Bayonetta 2 or Wii U, but after thinking about it I guess it's a good idea.
Though I feel sorry for the fans who don't want to buy a Wii U and will now have to...
Not only are the new games uninspired, they dilute any love I had for previous games; I tried replaying Galaxy a couple of months ago, and it inspired no emotions in me, I'm burned out on everything it does.
So how long until someone brings up Moviebob still liking Mario games?
Me too. I like to make a game of guessing what the next Jimquisition will be about from the conversations in the latest Podtoid.
I wrongly thought last week would be about Tropes Vs Women, for example.
Indeed, I didn't mean to imply LC was problematic, just if that was what went through the minds of the people you mentioned.
Being fairly interested in feminism myself, may I ask where one might find such petitions?
I don't understand people who think a single game is capable of ruining the industry. Maybe if it sold Call of Duty numbers and people started copying it, but that obviously isn't going to be the case.
Do they perhaps mean "indicative of existing problems in the industry"?
This is why it irks me to see so many 2D side-scrollers going with 3D polygon graphics which tend to be unflattering on them in my opinion, when they've been able to make gorgeous looking 2D artwork since at least the 90's.
Also, I feel a sudden urge to replay Wind Waker.