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Don't you mean "Here's a selection of idiots overreacting to a crude choice at a Microsoft event."
"deeply offensive" Is it?
How is having women dancing offensive?
"This is how the games industry excludes women: By pretending we don't exist and having dev parties with strippers."
Pretending they don't exist? Strippers? Just because you shout ridiculous things and cloak them in some social crusade, it doesn't change the fact that the things you say are factually incorrect.
Don't you think somehow this is slightly, just slightly, blown out of proportion? Is every single official gaming function featuring dancing girls?
I would go as far as to say I don't really agree with the choice of having sexy schoolgirls (NOT STRIPPERS), purely on the ground that it is not too far from being seedy, and just crude. You can't however try and argue it's some 'attack on women' as in offensive and deliberately exclusive of them. That would be absurd.
👎🏼Microsoft sponsors a Women in Games lunch and awards, but then has scantily clad women dancers at their GDC party. NVIDIA does similar. 👎🏼
Extremely disappointed @Microsoft and @Xbox hired women wearing these outfits to perform at @gdc. PLEASE RT. pic.twitter.com/JYFTTGdzQk
ehhhhh I feel so icky about this because I was at Microsoft’s Women in Games Luncheon and now feel deceived https://twitter.com/Gaohmee/status/710761100896133124 …
How is having women dancing offensive?
"deeply offensive" Is it?
Is every single official gaming function featuring dancing girls?
You can't however try and argue it's some 'attack on women' as in offensive and deliberately exclusive of them. That would be absurd.
Here's hoping the fully-featured port...
I ask why?
Bruno: Bottom Bitch Joke, Disrespectful towards players…
For the record the Bottom Bitch joke was about Waga/Sing, personal friends of mine who have both contacted me for support. So for me it wasn’t out of place.
But here is the kicker - exclusives of type (2) are good for the company that makes them. It does not follow that they are good for the people who own the systems made by that company.
There is no gain whatsoever to me personally because Uncharted is not playable by people who own systems other than the PS3/4. My play experience is not enhanced, my expenditure not justified by it. The ONLY good thing about such a situation is for the company, in this case SONY.
Given this, I just find it crazy that people get so up in arms about others having access to games. As end-users it is in our interest to have games be as accessible as possible.
Every Xbox One copy of Quantum Break will come with a full-game download for Alan Wake for Xbox 360, plus its two add-on packs, The Signal and The Writer, playable on Xbox One via Backward Compatibility.
Every Xbox One Quantum Break pre-order made through the Xbox Store or participating retailers will get you a download code for the Windows 10 version of Quantum Break and Xbox One backwards compatible version of Alan Wake’s American Nightmare.
You can also get Quantum Break branded SteelBook cover for your copy of the game by pre-ordering Quantum Break from participating retailers.*
A new Xbox One Special Edition Quantum Break Bundle featuring a 500GB Cirrus White console and matching wireless controller, a full-game downloads of Quantum Break for both Xbox One and Windows 10, and a full-game download of Alan Wake accompanied by The Signal and The Writer add-on packs is offered worldwide starting March 29th, 2016 in most regions where Xbox One is available.
* Australia, New Zealand, US, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Turkey
Recommended: 980Ti, 16GB RAM
Previous On the House offerings have included Dead Space, Battlefield 3, Plants vs. Zombies, Peggle, and Command & Conquer Red Alert 2.
I don't think anyone is being too complacent, just not worth getting in all of a twist about it as some feel we should
It happened, it's not good and needs to be looked at, but beyond that? Demanding an apology or for Gabe to give up a pint of his own blood to appease the masses? Life's to short, man. It happened, move on.
Anyway, I was enjoying Christmas Day too much to even notice it was going on until someone text me the news. :cool:
In the increasingly service- and account-based Internet, every piece of personally identifiable information a person hands over to a service should be treated as a potential attack vector for phishing or hacking attempts, (not to mention doxxing), not just for that specific service but for any other service the user might have registered for. As such, it is (or should be) of paramount importance for service providers to keep all personally identifiable information completely secure as much as possible. Two pieces of obscured information like username and billing address might not be enough to quickly login as that person through the login page, but if the user uses any of the same information on another service, hackers only need to gather a few pieces of information like that to try to get through security questions or to social engineer their way into the account, which might in turn yield the clues to gain access to even more accounts, etc.
It's overly simplistic to only list the specific fields that were leaked and decide that nothing useful can be done on the Steam storefront with them. It would have been trivial during the breach for someone well versed in web scraping to write a script that repeatedly hit the account details page and saved all the information it could about however many users were getting exposed. All of those represent potential attack vectors. If those users have been the victim of other data breaches for other sites (you may have noticed this is happening with disturbing frequency), their email addresses might already be in hackers' repositories of breached users, and so the info from their steam page can be added into whatever is already known about them. Their billing address or last 4 CC digits or phone number might used as security questions by another service provider, and that would be enough to get in. This is how modern identity theft works.
None of this is certain to happen to any particular user, of course, but I hope it explains why service providers need to be held accountable for any sort of data breach and treat any breach as a massive liability concern, and why users should be encouraged to be safeguard their own information carefully and treat any data breach as a potentially legally actionable cause.
the first title from the new studio is a collaboration with Playstation
I'm thrilled to embark on creating a new franchise with Playstation.