Advanced Warfare Lead Dev Responds to GamerGate, Defends Gaming Community

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare‘s Lead Dev Michael Condrey spoke to BBC Newsbeat today in response to Zoe Quinn’s call for large game studios to speak out about the online trolling of women related to GamerGate, in which he states that the gaming community in general is healthy, and he has no tolerance for the toxic and misogynistic elements that exist as a minority.

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HighResHero1449d ago

Good to hear but a shame they are still avoiding the real issues and spinning things around. At least most people don't seem to be buying it.

jony_dols1449d ago (Edited 1449d ago )

Misogyny is a minority in gaming, what is far more worrying is the advent of 'review' events hosted by the likes of Activision & Sledgehammer.

Wining, dining & free accommodation for the cherry-picked 'journalists' in question, is an absolute disgrace.

Reviews are supposed to be objective analysis', not one big PR circle-jerk orchestrated by the publisher.

OB1Biker1449d ago

.objective analysis'. Yea that's what a review should be and what people should demand, not all the biased essays trying to push the reviewer opinions and justify a random 'score' throughout the whole of what they call 'reviews'
So very few good reviews (open minded reviews giving you all you need to know to make your own opinion) and scores should be limited to 5 stars or the like of bad, good, amazing

JohnApocalypse1449d ago

"the toxic and misogynistic elements that exist as a minority"

Thank You!

uth111449d ago

Good to hear, but any AAA dev would be absolutely stupid to come out against GG, they know it isn't the journalists and SJWs buying their games.