How does the boot taste
How does the boot taste
It's always funny to see threads like this on a forum that spents so much time talking about inclusivity and accessibility
lmao, how rich of you two
having too inflated an ego isn't anything new tbh
Why is your small brain so incapable of accepting the idea that literal thousands of people are consistently unable to even fucking a download a game on that trash ass platform
Console gamers About PC Gaming: Who cares, PC gaming is a hassle, hunching over mouse and keyboards pffff, and the drivers! I will always prefer consoles to PC! Same people when a perceived exclusive comes to PC: "WITHOUT EXCLUSIVES, BETRAYALTHON, LITERALLY ARTHAS"
People arguing with reason in favor of the epic store against a flood of pitchfork grabbing steam fanboys certainly rarely ever happened, although i have no doubt that people posting neoliberal slogans about competition and lazy monopolies see themselfs that way.
Did steam pay SEGA to not publish Yakuza anywhere else or are you another reductionist Epicstan who can't make an intellectually honest argument if their live would depend on it? Oh wait, we followed each other on twitter for over a year, i already know the answer
Thought: Game Journalists want GamerGate 2.0 to happen because GamerGate made them feel important, a feeling someone earning his livings talking about videogames generally doesn't get to enjoy.
LMAO yea its the pc gamers that are the jerks, not the horde of ignorant console users spouting the same dismissive "steam babies are upset about having to click another icon xD" by the hundreds
A rather short but fullfilling experience. As entrepeneur of an erotic start-up it is your job to expand your company, satisfy the desires of a diverse field of customers and earn capitalist valuepapers. You do so by managing the time, health and addictions of your employees in the style of a "clicker" game, these mechanical depictions of an employees hard work are served on an asthetic inspired by classical japanese drawings displayed in beautiful contrast to the Lars von Trier inspired contents found within. It finds itself as a criticism both, our modern capitalist values - Entfremdung as taken straight out of Karl Marx's theory of alienation - and the commercialization of our human desires. I'm very thankful for having had the chance to play this bold statement of a game, it gave me a new and deep appreciation for Lana Rain's webcam artistry and her unique struggles.