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Submitted by CaViE 1207d ago | opinion piece

A Game To Celebrate Women’s Day

So it's Women's Day in South Africa and we at decided, why not come up with a really cool game to commemorate the occasion? Note: THIS IS A SATIRE PIECE. Not at all to be taken seriously.

Quote: "As the sun sets on this Women’s Day, another year where the 9th of August is regarded by South Africans as a time to appreciate that fairer sex we share this beautiful world with, who fill it with their own beauty each day, the lack of proper female representation in gaming has got me to thinking.

Now make no mistake, I’ve been playing a lot of Lollipop Chainsaw of late (right now, the game is paused in the background as I type this) so I’m all about the promotion of the female brand. As such, I’ve devised a brand new game to promote the bearers of the X chromosome, the reason men have nipples and the reason there are still men around in the first place. " (Culture)

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