Why creative decision making, not masculinity, is the reason there’s no female protagonist in Grand Theft Auto V and why that’s okay.
tell that to my girlfriend Olga... And yes, she is a female body builder from Russia. I ain't ashamed ( ; >.> )
Subjectivity, objectivity, misogyny, false equivalence, bla bla bla. Next!
I'm not touching this topic.... *slowly backs away and grabs some popcorn*
Hey listen...listen.. are you listening? Good cause we don't give a [email protected]
Ask the biker fat bitch from gamespot.com. she reviewed it.
Not a very nice thing to say.
I don't give a shit what side of the argument you take, why is this even a topic?
... the creative decision making REQUIRED masculinity.
why for once you guys don't read more than just the tittle? Is not what you think. ;___; There is no point in visiting a website like N4G only to read tittles and fill the comment section with nothing but irrelevant nonsense.
Well, then it's not really N4G if people are expected to do anything more than make hyperbolic comments based on a headline.
Masculinity should never be confused with misogynistic behavior. With that out of the way, all GTA does is highlights things that are already happening in real life. GTA should be for everyone because we all live on the same planet and go through similar things.
Newsflash, not everything has to appeal to every demographic and become a homogeneous blob devoid of personality, as to not offend someone. I can't wait till all these false controversy articles end.
yes,yes,yes, you sir deserve a bubble up for intelligence,certain games and characters wont always appeal to everybody,so you go somewhere else,but for some reason every game has to appeal to every demographic
I was gonna say just make a game thats only a black screen, but somebody wold probably get offended like 'whys the screen gotta be black?!'
It's the Dr pepper 10 of video games.
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