The mentality of GamerGate has shifted over into the world of comics, where a collection of white male commentators are decrying the purported push towards diversity.
Despite the fact that marriage equality is now legal, one leftie faced social backlash after he removed the rainbow emoji from his social media usernames.
EA are the kings of a certain type of gaming experience, as they look to wring every possible cent from their games. The step away from single player attests to this fact.
Call me a traditionalist, but I yearn for the old days of hard-copy games, where it was much more than a just 77 gig download when I got it home.
Recently, the world banded together to support bullying victim Keaton Jones. The fact that Keaton turned out to be a bully is a perfect metaphor for 2017.
Sadly, pre-ordering has now become a fixture of the gaming experience. Call me a traditionalist, but I’d prefer a less buggy game over superfluous tat we don’t really need.
Not too long ago, online gaming brilliance was kept to those who got good. Now, in the age of microtransactions, it seems that whoever shells out the most, wins.
As a longtime gamer, the excessive hand-holding and easy difficulty of modern-day releases grates me. Are you kidding me? Do you know how many wars I’ve seen?
Ever since she got the nod, Jacinda Ardern has been castigated in the press, labelled as a loser, a communist and even a kiwi Trump. So, what’s our problem?
As the hideous narratives of everyday sexual abuses women face continue to emerge, we men need to think on our own actions. We’re all culpable. Our silence is what needs to change, and we all need to get better.
After every bloody crisis, we tend to not talk about it. Sadly, us staying mute merely emboldens more reptition of the same mistakes.
Pauline Hanson raising the voting age to 21 makes a certain kind of sense. But, I vote that she missed an opportunity to push it further. Fortunately, I’ve got her back.
After a one bedroom apartment sold in Sydney for $782,000, I took to the Internet to see what I could get for the same money.
So, we’ve finally caught up with Chris Lilley. But the decade in between has offered many examples of blackface. What’s your problem, Australia?
George Brandis seems to have a problem with privacy, namely how our generation uses it. Perhaps if he did his research instead of making generalisations, he’d see we’re trying to safeguard it.
The landmark case to award asylum seekers compensation should not be taken at face value. Indeed, despite the headlines, nothing has changed.
This is the end, my flabby friends, the end. With McDonald’s set to consign their Create Your Own option to history, I say boo. Boo that sir, indeed. It was the only reason why I still went.
The two cases of Abdel-Magied and Quadrant display how quick we are to judge, and show our inability to differentiate between something worth our outrage, and something not.
We, the anxious millennials, are derided for being delusional, self-centered and medicated. We, however, see this as an adequate avenue of tolerating the world being left to us.
The Coalition tearing down safe schools has revealed an interesting point. It’s not that they don’t understand our complaints, they just don’t care.
Just prior to Trump’s inauguration, I travelled to the United States and met Gord, a man who represents the backbone of the 45th Presidency. Desperate for change. Desperate to be right.
Yes, while we may blame the Coalition for all things this week, we should wonder why Bill Shorten’s criticism hasn’t been volcanic.