2K Games makes some odd decisions when it comes to their WWE 2K titles. One would think that they would focus on the WWE Showcase mode for the recipient of having the honor to grace the cover of that year’s outing, but that’s not really how the logic works there. For this year’s WWE Showcase mode it focuses on the “American Dragon” Daniel Bryan. Continue reading “WWE 2K19 Trailer Unveils Daniel Bryan Showcase Mode”
There was a time when most of the sociopolitical banter from major gaming websites was tolerated by the majority of readers.
When outlets complained that fictional game characters had breast that were too big and their clothing attire too sexy, the casual audiences reluctantly agreed that the games needed more realistic portrayals of female characters doing unrealistic things in completely surrealistic environments. And when outlets complained that more women needed to be represented in typically male dominated gaming franchises, various casual communities reluctantly agreed that adding more women to games that women have statistically rarely ever played would help bring more women into gaming (news flash: adding more playable women to action games did not bring more women into gaming nor did it help increase sales). Continue reading “IGN’s Readers Blast Them For Puling Over WWE 2K19 Not Having Female Cover Athlete”