Open Discussion: August 23rd, 2020

Each weekend OAG holds an Open Discussion for you to participant in that covers a wide variety of topics. That’s right, the fourth August 2020 Open Discussion is here, which allows you to discuss movies, conventions, TV shows and, of course, video games without any penalties or conversations being moved. Continue reading “Open Discussion: August 23rd, 2020”

Tour de France Nixes Podium Girls For Male/Female Duo

Tour de France

Tour de France has joined professional darts and Formula One racing in nixing the presence of podium girls. Well, technically one girl will stay but the other is being replaced with a dude, and they’ll no longer double-kiss the winner of that leg of the race during the Tour de France. Continue reading “Tour de France Nixes Podium Girls For Male/Female Duo”

Editorial: Yes You Should Be Boycotting Products

Oh, how civil discourse has become interesting recently. Following a leaked screenshot, subsequent denial from Goodyear, followed by leaked audio proving the denial a lie, Goodyear was exposed as actively discriminating against police, conservatives, heterosexuals, and even white Americans. This, at long last, sparked conservatives and the right to finally acknowledge that they are in a culture war, where supporting those that actively are against you is a terrible idea. Continue reading “Editorial: Yes You Should Be Boycotting Products”

Games Released In Japan Have To Sell 100,000 Or More To Stay In The Black

CyberConnect2 Sales

According to CyberConnect2 CEO, Hiroshi Matsuyama, if you’re a developer or publisher producing video game software in Japan, you need to move at least 100,000 copies domestically if you want to stay in the black. Continue reading “Games Released In Japan Have To Sell 100,000 Or More To Stay In The Black”

Open Discussion: August 16th, 2020

The third Open Discussion for August is here. If you don’t know, this series is all about discussing old, current, and new things happening around the world. You can post up anything about video games, movies, politics, and TV shows and will face no penalty or censorship when doing so. This series of discussions changes every week, but mainly focuses on video game culture. Continue reading “Open Discussion: August 16th, 2020”

BitChute Links Censored On Twitter

BitChute Twitter

Big Tech have been working overtime to ensure that BitChute never gains ground or eats into their market share. They utilize shadow-banning to prevent links from appearing, or downgrade the keyword viability of BitChute videos on search engines, or in Twitter’s case outright prevent some users from sharing links by claiming that the links are “harmful”. Continue reading “BitChute Links Censored On Twitter”

No Game No Life Vol. 1, 2 And 9 Banned In Australia

No Game No Life Banned

The Australian Classification Board has refused classification for several volumes of the light novel No Game, No Life. Before anyone assumes that the entire brand has been banned, if you search the Australian Classification Board’s website you’ll find that you can still purchase the DVDs for No Game, No Life, two of which have been rated, just not certain light novel volumes. However, it probably won’t be long before the OVAs are targeted. Continue reading “No Game No Life Vol. 1, 2 And 9 Banned In Australia”

Bodycam Footage Reveals George Floyd Requested To Be Held On Ground

George Floyd

Fake news media have lied to the people. For months they convinced people to engage in domestic terrorism on the false claim that police officers Devin Chauvin, Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane, and Tou Thao killed George Floyd. However, new bodycam footage reveals that Floyd asked to be held on the ground, and that everything he requested the officers complied with cordially. Continue reading “Bodycam Footage Reveals George Floyd Requested To Be Held On Ground”

Open Discussion: August 2nd, 2020

Each weekend OAG holds an Open Discussion for you to partake in that covers a wide variety of topics. That’s right, the first 2020 August Open Discussion is here, which allows you to discuss movies, conventions, TV shows and, of course, video games without any penalties or conversations being moved. Continue reading “Open Discussion: August 2nd, 2020”

Patreon Loses Lawsuit Costing The Company Millions

If you haven’t been following the news, as reported on Cernovich.com, here is a quick recap of events that have lead to Patreon losing a court battle and now being forced to enter into arbitration with over a hundred backers: This all started when Patreon decided to deplatform conservative comedian Owen Benjamin. Continue reading “Patreon Loses Lawsuit Costing The Company Millions”

Editorial: Is Deep Link PS5’s Cell Processor?

Innovation is something that should be admired. Even if by any realistic measure, it is doomed to failure. To innovate is to advance technology, and often even failures will inspire later success or uncover methods that see their true potential realized long after the original discovery. For this reason, I do not chastise or throw shade at Sony for their new innovative Deep Link. Even though I am often critical of the company, this appears to be the sort of innovation consumers will want and benefit from. Continue reading “Editorial: Is Deep Link PS5’s Cell Processor?”

Traitors To America Move To Abolish Civil Rights in California

Communists are attempting to repeal civil rights. Who could have seen this coming? After all, it isn’t like even the most cursory glance at the history of communism, and other leftist ideologies have a systematic history of doing precisely this. Nor is there an active example currently harvesting organs and forcing people into slave labor in China. Continue reading “Traitors To America Move To Abolish Civil Rights in California”