DragonKnight (User)

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"Why can't my sister play as a girl in her games?"

Because she's playing games that don't have a female protagonist. Why isn't she playing games with a female protagonist or the option to create one?

"Seems strange in 2014 companies refuse to allow certain members of society the option of seeing "themselves" in games."

What do you mean they are "refusing?" By not having a female option,... #2.1
I was just gonna post that update in the blog. Notice however that the female only events are not open to male gamers? The segregation is still there, but as usual it favours the women now.

I find their reasoning to continue to be utter crap. You don't promote female gamers by separating them from male gamers, you allow everyone to compete and encourage everyone to aspire to compete by showing a united love of gaming and competition.

This still creates a... #4.1
All you people saying ____ game needs a break need a break yourselves.

Who is forcing you to play these games? Absolutely no one. There are fans of series' and franchises that you're putting your own interests above. If you don't like the game, don't play it anymore. But it sounds like you actually like the game, you just want it to be the way you want it to be.

I understand that kind of thinking, but at the same time making a franchise take a... #1.1.17
"Why Some Men Opt To Play As Women When Given The Option."

And how we'll completely manipulate that title to tell a story about how women are under-represented in games so as to continue the pointless Social Justice war that serves no purpose other than to annoy people.

Moving on, you'll notice that the article's reasons do not include "because I like being a woman" and are wholly unimportant in the grand scheme of things. #1.1.9
I would suggest you don't try to comment on interactions you weren't a part of.

I would also suggest you take your bias and.. well...

Anyway, you're commenting from a position of ignorance and fanboyism. My comment had little to nothing to do with "defending" the PS3 at all, but your comment had everything to do with trying to attack (strong word, but unfortunately most applicable) me and my position on baseless grounds and complete igno... #1.1.1
From what I can tell of the plot, it centers around Arno starting with nothing and working his way up to being an Assassin. I have no idea about any of the details, such as is he doing it for revenge or to help someone specifically, but from what I can gather the story seems to be more personally centered around Arno than the previous AC games have in the Past. Don't quote me on that because I haven't done any extensive research on the story, but it does seem like Ubisoft want you to... #1.2.1
Different type of multiplayer. It was a completely separate campaign in those games, in AC Unity it exists in tandem with the single player. It's the Watch Dogs' style of multiplayer wherein you'll always be the protagonist. You will never see yourself as anyone other than Arno whether someone is joining your game, or you're joining their's.

Therefore, unless the protagonist (and therefore the entire game) is changed to a female protagonist by default, it&... #1.1.1
I obviously can't speak for anyone else, but every game related store I have around me has Vita's in stock, so it's a bit much to say North America if I can find it in at least 6 stores in less than a 2 mile radius. #7
Assassin's Creed Unity's multiplayer precludes the inclusion of female avatar's. There, I just ended the "I'm yet another person ragging on Ubisoft for not having a female Assassin option in AC Unity" blog that this is.

For someone who is apparently "not saying" things, you sure do say a lot of things indirectly. #1
Your blog does nearly nothing to address the point you're trying to make, and you started it off quoting your response to my response to you saying the reason Sakaguchi didn't want to develop for the PS3 was because he didn't like Kutaragi. I provided proof of that to you, but instead of accepting that as the truth you decided to stick to your original point and make a poorly written blog about why Sakaguchi isn't developing on Playstation consoles. Oh wait, sorry, it was supp... #1
"But when the MAJORITY of your staff is made up of one gender and one race then that's weird and it should be a talking point."

Not it shouldn't. You have no basis to know why the majority of the staff is made up of one race or one gender. It could be that no one of any other gender or race applied for the job. It could be that few applied and were less qualified. It could be the fact that companies are generally their own entity and can hire whomever they w... #4.3.3
29d ago by DragonKnight | View comment | Well said
"Do we know how many people who were not "white males" that were turned down writing positions at Giant Bomb? Do we know the reasons that anyone was turned down a position?"

No we don't, and it would be irrelevant to know unless the answer to your second question could be proven to be racism.

The fact is Samantha Allen is racist and misandrist. Ironic considering Samantha is a transgendered person.

As for trolls, I say... #2.1
"So I can say that games don't represent a large number of people who play them. Gaming isn't exclusively white males."

For starters, no one anywhere has ever said that gaming is exclusively white males. That is except for the Social Justice Whiners, Feminists, and their White Knights who create controversy by saying the industry is indirectly proclaiming that it is.

Secondly, RACE IS UNIMPORTANT! I would love to see anyone prove that skin c... #1.1.4
29d ago by DragonKnight | View comment | Well said
That's not why. He and Ken Kutaragi didn't get along, that's why. #1.3.1
@NegativeCreep427

https://www.youtube.com/wat... #1.4.2
Most of the controversy about this comes from people with selective illiteracy or comprehension problems. When this was brought up, Ubisoft was answering it from the position of making an actual female character that would also work with the multiplayer mechanic in the game. Then that idiot dev that used to work on AC3 was like "just make it a reskinned male character" and people were like "YEAH!" They didn't understand what Ubisoft were saying.

Plus,... #1.2.1
I don't think gamers are sexist, I think gamers want a good game and don't care about gender.

Now feminists who call themselves gamers are definitely sexist. They, and those with like minds, are under the impression that gender in games is important. When you ask them why, they either can't come up with a reason that equates to it boosting the actual quality of the game, or they trump up the reason that female protagonists are necessary for the industry to mature... #9.1.2
Level design isn't graphics. Presentation is about artstyle.

Call of Duty doesn't triumph because of design choices. It triumphs because its goal is to be a game for the casual shooter fan, a game that anyone can get into and be good at while encouraging friends to do the same.

Call of Duty will never win recognition for graphics, or well designed maps, or awesome presentation. It's success is due to its ease. The "pick up and play" game... #5.1.1
I understand that it's your opinion, but graphics never determine how great a game is. Ever. It will always be the most superficial aspect of a game. Yeah, people are curious about graphics to see how far they can go, so in that sense, curiosity will see graphics never regressing; but other than that there is no real argument to make that can actually back the claim that graphical fidelity is both necessary, and beneficial to make a game great.

Plenty of games don't p... #4.2.2
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