Submitted by Val1s 1658d ago | article

Top 5 games more gay than Dragons Age 2

You may have seen the utterly ridiculous complaints made by fans of Dragon’s Age 2 that the game is “too gay“. Accusing games of failing to satisfy the straight male market is a bit like those idiots who say the most discriminated-against group in western society are middle aged white men. While literally thousands of games depict hideous, over-sexualised caricatures of women, very few depict gay men in anything but childish or actively offensive ways.

Perhaps by playing these 5 games, this poor angry “heterosexual” young man can discover some tolerance and perspective or perhaps even some new romantic opportunities for himself. (Culture, Industry)

Emilio_Estevez  +   1658d ago
LOL, that's all, literally lol.

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