Submitted by AlmostApollo 843d ago | opinion piece

"Depression Quest Isn't A Game": A Shocking Tale of People Being Angry on the Internet

"How much blood, sweat, and tears does it take to make a game? This is a question that can’t be answered; the only true answer being that it differs from team to team. But the follow-up question I ask has a definitive, simple answer. How much effort does it take to belittle or otherwise threaten the creators? Practically none. Yet for every two hard-fought steps forward this continually more complex and confusing industry takes, we take one step backwards and, more often than not, that step backward doesn’t fall on the shoulders of industry giants, it falls on us: the masses." - Tyler Humphrey from Twinfinite (Culture, Depression Quest, PC)

idsanty  +   843d ago
Fantastic article. Highlights the biggest problem within our community.
broli4000  +   843d ago
An amazing article really filled with prime examples of people that want to force videogames into 1 category at the expense of everything else.

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