New York Times Editor Callously Associates Gaming With White Nationalism

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“Assistant professor of game studies” Megan Condis published an article on nytimes.com on March 27th, 2019, in which she made several nonsensical, unreferenced claims inferring that there is a particular culture surrounding gaming that inevitably leads vulnerable young gamers to one of the perpetual boogeymen of leftist ideologues: white nationalism. The author did not neglect to also slyly demonize Pepe the Frog, who has for some time now been a part of the insane Anti-Defamation League’s “hate symbols” ideologically-driven database, alongside the Confederate Battle Flag, the old South African flag and abstractions and generalizations such as tattoos of “German phrases” and German soldiers and even of the word “hate” and the “not equal” sign. Continue reading “New York Times Editor Callously Associates Gaming With White Nationalism”

Editorial: A Trip Down Memory Lane With Hi-Rez’s Censorship Of Nox’s Taunt In Smite

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Smite has evolved to be one of the best looking MOBA games to date, thanks to utilizing the stable and competent Unreal Engine 3, having a downloadable high-resolution texture pack and featuring a slew of diverse, well-made character skins that include all kinds of animations like taunts. Continue reading “Editorial: A Trip Down Memory Lane With Hi-Rez’s Censorship Of Nox’s Taunt In Smite”

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