Category Archives: Angry Assault
IGN, Gamespot, Eurogamer Publish False Stories About The Division Glitch
Gamergate The Division

In a bid to show just how lacking gaming media are when it comes to fact-checking and consistency, someone on…

Kotaku Defends Why They Incited Harassment Against Nintendo

In a recent piece published on Kotaku on April 15th, 2016, writer Patrick Klepek attempts to defend his previous coverage…

Playboy, Kotaku Misreport On Nintendo Firing Employee
Allison Rapp

Patrick Klepek and Michael Rougeau are former members of the Game Journo Pros [Disclosure: I am also a former member]….

Overwatch Fans Angry That Blizzard Censored Tracer Due To SJWs

Overwatch’s game director, Jeff Kaplan, made a follow-up post on the forums following the blow-up over Blizzard appearing to…

Media Websites, Progressives Slut-Shame Dancers At Microsoft’s GDC Party
Microsoft GDC 16

Back in 2011 there was an inaugural celebration of the freedom of sexual expression by females that was called SlutWalk….

Pocket Gamer Charges Devs Up To $50,000 For Guaranteed Game Coverage
Pocket Gamer

If you’re an indie dev or a large gaming outlet looking to get some coverage for your title, it can…

Quebec Press Council Blatantly Lies To Cover-up Urbania’s #GamerGate Inaccuracies
GamerGate Quebec Press Council

The Quebec Press Council, usually referred to as the CPQ, is a private organization in charge of defending the freedom…

Washington Post Publishes Libelous #GamerGate Article

It’s become common place in today’s online media market to post up lies and defamation to push agendas. We see…

Fire Emblem Fates Petting Mini-Game Censored And Gamers Are Peeved
Fire Emblem Fates

Word has been spreading that it wasn’t just a dialogue sequence in Fire Emblem Fates that may have been altered…

Beatsplosion Gameplay Video Shows Why Microsoft Basically Abandoned Kinect

Beatsplosion is due for release on December 30th for the Xbox One. With just a couple of days to go…

Kotaku’s EIC Avoids GJP Blacklisting Involvement During MSNBC Interview

Kotaku’s editor-in-chief Stephen Totilo has been doing press for Gawker and Kotaku, attempting to save face for the media giant…

DOAX3 Not Coming To America: Jim Sterling Wrong Again, They’re Taking Away Your Games

I’m sure there are going to be more mental gymnastics displayed by faux “pro-consumer” pundits than the tumbling events during…

Blade & Soul Censorship Discussions, E-Mail Campaigns Get Censored By Mods
Blade and Soul

What’s the best way to make angry gamers stop talking about a subject? Censor it. That’s been the go-to problem…

Stats Show Men Prefer Action Games, Women Prefer Puzzle Games

DeltaDNA recently conducted a survey featuring nine million mobile game players. The results show that a large portion of action…

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