News flash: there are LGBT/queer people in Japan too! And there's lots of queer-friendly media made in Japan!

People use this to defend the lack of actual LGBT representation in certain games too (think Nintendo), when that's just silly

One of my "favorite" things is when people act like "Japanese culture" is one homogeneous thing, so that they can defend when a Japanese creator does things that are horribly bigoted (especially towards queer people) because "Japan isn't as progressive as America" or some shit

Fortnite has gotten people thinking it's unacceptable when a game releases and *doesn't* get extremely large content updates every couple months until the end of time

This is definitely older than the CENSOR prototype, and resembles various magazine shots that are well-known from the early Sonic beta scene, so this is very nice to see

I wish I could keep up with my friends better, there's so many that I don't talk to often and I always worry I'm getting distant from them

"With streaming services there's no reason to pira-"

Exclusive content

Content that can easily be removed by any contract changes

Region locking

Not being able to offically know which content is available before subscribing

Bad UI

DRM playback

Online only

Only on supported devices/OSs/browsers

Climate change, turning fear into rage 

Hey guess what

I'm really really gay, I love girls 💕

eevees are very cuddly creachures

they will latch onto you for hours on end

Sometimes I think about what it would've been like if Sonic Free Riders actually got a regular console release with regular gamepad controls instead of being Kinect-exclusive

I have no idea if it would've been a good game, but I would've at least liked to be able to play it

The new UI doesn't even look very good, I honestly preferred the old layout

I really can't stand how Steam has been turning core components of its UI into glorified web apps

They recently replaced the game library with a web view, and now it runs like shit and I have to wait for it to load (plus I can't use themes anymore)

@wintgenstein the multimillionaire founder of Travellers Tales launched a kickstarter for a retro game streaming subscription service last year. It got funded but his pitch video got taken down after a negative reception because he was mostly whining about how unethical it is to download roms and that his service would “fairly compensate the companies who made the games.” Of course that money would almost never reach any of the workers who actually made those games.

Fuckin capitalists man

don't download roms, you're breaking the law by emulating, its critical nintendo charges 30 bucks for a 25 year old game man

we've never seen spontaneous combustion levels like this

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