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To be fair her ex boyfriend exposed many of her lies after she cheated on him. Not saying its true but he provides some compelling evidence on his blog. So I would not say its just internet hearsay.
As per the requirement in the industry in which I work, could the writer of this article disclose whether they or their colleagues at EG have funded any of the games or developers in the article and publish a list of all corporate hospitality and gifts received in 2014 with a value exceeding £5.
Lol, no we don't, if any of this is actually substantiated:
And its another thing to suggest, as Anita does, that it is used too frequently because it is sexist.
If you are making an argument that the developers should use the stripper/whore house setting less frequently then I partially agree. Partially because, as Anita said herself, these kind of settings are easily identifiable as seedy undergrounds... and I can understand, given the nature of most games, that seedy undergrounds would be visited often.
You said "They just tend to avoid AAA games. I wonder why?". I understood this comment to mean that you suggest a 48% population of gamers don't buy AAA games in support of your views aligned with Ms Sarkeesian. It seems fairly clear that is what you meant, although if you want to clarify go ahead, but then don't be so pedantic about others comments.
With regards to 'identifying as a gamer' (which wasn't the POINT, but an example within my explanation), it is important to establish a persons reference and experience. I know absolutely naff all about football. I would not be able to offer any kind of valid debate about 'last weeks football game'.
I disagree with what you say about how it is only about who plays games and F2P games count.
I don't think they do. Candy Crush, Clash of Clans, Angry Birds offer very little point of context in a debate such as this. So how do gamers who only have experience with such games offer any valid insight to games like Red Dead, Bioshock and Assassins Creed when they don't even know what those 'names' mean, let alone having actually played them?
So no, F2P games and gamers don't count in a debate such as this. Either this is an important debate that needs to be discuss seriously, or it isn't. If you want to discuss it seriously then focus on the relevant aspects.
She will destroy gaming as we know it to further her agenda and increase her wealth, same as Jack Thompson tried to do.
as Sarkeesian herself points out in the note accompanying every video, "it is both possible (and even necessary) to simultaneously enjoy media while also being critical of its more problematic or pernicious aspects"
Lots and lots of games