Ethics

169Ethics

There is an important conversation to be had about the state of games journalism.  “Gamergate” is not that conversation and it never has been.

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2 thoughts on “Ethics

  1. I don’t know. When the Super Mario Brothers were caught breaking into the Pac-Man offices at the Gamergate, I think the end of the Donkey Kong Presidency was inevitable. Seems to me you’re too dismissive of the seriousness of the scandal.

    • I look forward to the day when there’s a scandal involving an actual gate. Maybe after Gategate we can stop sticking “-gate” at the ends of things as a lazy way of sounding controversial.

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