2022 in Review: Winners and Losers

VGChartz's Taneli Palola gives his personal verdict on the major trends and events in the video game industry, highlighting both the good and the bad that we were witness to over the last 12 months.

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EnricoPallazzo88d ago

"Another nice thing to see from an industry that has historically had many shortcomings when it comes to protecting the people who work within it, is the reaction of quite a few video game companies to the abortion rights debacle in United States. While many indie developers and smaller studios quickly voiced their concern and support for human rights, the first big studio to do so was Bungie, which among other things has promised to cover the costs of anyone who needs to travel to another state to receive the care they need." -- I think it is HYSTERICAl that these companies have Jedi-Mindtricked people into thinking that it is waaay more altruistic to spend a couple bucks to get some woman to kill her kid and then come right back to work instead of paying more in the long run for maternity and child care.

jznrpg88d ago (Edited 88d ago )

People can do what they want with their lives it’s up to them . I don’t think abortion is a great thing but who am I to say you have that kid you don’t want ?