GS:Grand Theft Auto V is an outrageous, exhilarating, sometimes troubling crime epic that pushes open-world game design forward in amazing ways.
could they have gotten a more annoying person to narrate the video review? "GTA is like omgawd so mysogonistic ugh" wtf did you expect dumbass a rainbow parade festival on every street
no im making the point that its GTA and you shouldnt expect things from GTA that obviously are not GTA. also it shouldnt be a surprise that GTA comes off this way, cause its GT FRIGGIN A!
ITT: People who try to "homophobia-guilt" others eventhough they can't grasp a simple concept as "not liking something because of actual reasons that are not relevant to the person's sexual preference". But hey, he must be homophobic because the person who reviewed the game is transgender and not because he/she's a clueless moron who spouts buzzwords like misogyny for a game that's 90% filled with sarcasm. Thank God for the "ignore" function.
Okay. So what was the relevance in saying ''a rainbow parade on every street''.
I think a rainbow parade or two in GTA V would've fit pretty well.
The reviewer is a transexual, and, whilst not meaning to sound discriminate, with her major issue being the portrayal of women in the game, I find it incredibly unjustifiable to classify that as a significant opposing factor towards the game, especially one coming from a franchise as renowned as Grand Theft Auto.
The score is fine and at least they didn't give it a 10 just because it's GTA like they did with GTAIV. But the reviewer is complaining that it's "Politically muddled and profoundly misogynistic"..SEIROUSLY! This is GTA we're talking about. Did she expect a politically correct story in the game? Or did she want the player to go to jail for every hooker he kills? Next when Halo 5 is released she'll be complaining that Master Chief was kidnapped as a child and it would suggest Halo condones child abduction!
This is progress for GameSpot.
meh Last of Us is GOTY anyways
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