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posted ago by FUSnowflake +1723 / -0

Oh my. Jennifer Scheurle @Gaohmee just ADMITTED that she's involved in an insurrection.

Riot Kitchen are her employees.

https://youtu.be/SLbsByroXqA

Source:

https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1299439773010915328.html

Oh my. Jennifer Scheurle @Gaohmee just ADMITTED that she's involved in an insurrection. Riot Kitchen are her employees. https://youtu.be/SLbsByroXqA Source: https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1299439773010915328.html
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Trumpence 129 points ago +130 / -1

As a Game Designer, I can say without a doubt that my industry is one of the craziest, most left-wing bastions in the world (together with the rest of the entertainment industry).

I hate working with so many of these people because they are just absolutely insane and somehow think that their look on life will benefit us all, even though 50% of them have severe mental issues.

The Gaming Industry doesn't have the player's best interest in mind, they view themselves as one of the most important factions of social justice warriors that will not stop forcing their communist anti-capitalism, anti-christian, anti-freedom, anti-white agenda down everyone's throat.

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PosterIsDead 45 points ago +45 / -0

I'll take your word for it. I'm not into that shit, but what you say makes sense.

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Knight1_of_Sunset 75 points ago +75 / -0

It is all true. Before the_donald even existed, there was Gamergate, arguably the first organized and somewhat-successful resistance against leftism in general, even though it was limited to gaming and media, at first.

I was part of Gamergate and get to see how bad SJWs and Leftists infested the gaming industry, from the developers to the players. And it has been getting worse ever since.

MUCH worse.

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r4ptur3 41 points ago +41 / -0

Used to work for a AAA game developer and publisher. Can confirm that 95% of the people were hard-left. We had a small bastion of pedes hidden away throughout IT or engineering, gave me hope.

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vinnychase 34 points ago +34 / -0

I remember MW2 on xbox 360 it was a different time. White men had too much fun with online games so they had to go and fucking ruin it

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Wankerton 13 points ago +13 / -0

Shoulda just let them play.

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DemElectionFraud2020 9 points ago +9 / -0

Online gaming was fucking amazing back in 05. It's been inevitably ruined by the useful idiots.

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koyima 2 points ago +2 / -0

MW and MW2 days were the shit

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koyima 13 points ago +13 / -0

Game dev here, can confirm gamergate was gateway to resisting the Borg

They took over comics and movies easily, but gamers didn't lie down

Six years later here we are , don't forget I am the leader of Gamergate

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BasedMedicalDoctor 32 points ago +32 / -0

My two cousins are interested in becoming game designers. Both very based. Sounds like the industry needs more of them.

What is the quickest way for them to get into the field? Which computer language should they learn?

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gentlestSoup 33 points ago +33 / -0

I would suggest Unity and C#. Most importantly, just begin, and don't go to school to learn it!

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ILearnedToCode 26 points ago +26 / -0

One hundred percent this. I started on unity and C# and self-taught for a few years and now I'm a full stack dev with no college degree 🤷‍♂️

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gentlestSoup 8 points ago +8 / -0

I'm a CTO, leading a company of nearly 20 people, getting ready to scale up massivily! Couple of months ago we pretty much made the decision to not look for people from colleges, because all of them have f'ed us up pretty hard. They have no direction and need constant follow-up...

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kekistani_dan 3 points ago +3 / -0

CTO here in gaming/AI. College is waste of time for devs. If you're any good, you've already passed up your professors by 19.

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gentlestSoup 1 point ago +1 / -0

And that is if you have good professors

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Trumpence 11 points ago +11 / -0

It really depends on what role they want to fulfill in the industry. A few decades ago people would be jack of all trades, but that has faded for the most part, unless you want to go 'indie' (basically start your own small studio or start developing games by yourself).

I would suggest getting to know the Unreal Engine, and the Unity Engine is critical nowadays. Just explore, make your own small games, and find out what part of the job you like the best (design, technical design, system design, etc). Try to read up on theory and how professionals work, since a lot of people learn bad habits if they don't study any theory.

Going to a Game Design school/study isn't necessary, although it can make your way into the big companies a lot faster, but there are only very few schools out there that are actually worthwhile.

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FireannDireach 5 points ago +5 / -0

Everyone says to get Unity, but that's the "cool" job, where you'll be at the back of a very long line of teens and young adults with gamer stars in their eyes. Learn networking, cloud, stuff like that. Game companies are screaming for qualified network engineers. Everyone wants the cool, "rockstar" positions, but the real heavy lifting, the dudes in the data center...well, that's job security, because you can take those skills anywhere when you find out how shitty the video game industry is.

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Trumpence 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes, this is very true. Although it all depends on whether you want to be working on games (which can be from design to programming (technical) to art), or specifically a Game 'Designer', if you want to be a designer you shouldn't look too much into the technical side, although an understanding of the technical side will certainly help you.

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BasedMedicalDoctor 2 points ago +2 / -0

Which schools are worthwhile? They’re twin brothers and both nearing the end of high school. As far as I know they’re willing to go anywhere.

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flashersenpai 14 points ago +14 / -0

100% pass on the schooling for anything related to games. If they HAVE TO go to school, they should go for business or computers since both are vital in gaming.

The gaming industry, despite all their posturing, is a TRADE INDUSTRY. You can learn all the art from home. You can learn game design from home. You can learn audio from home. You can even learn game engines and programming from home.

There are tons of private classes taught by professionals online who will give you better teaching for less money.

In the end, you have to be able to judge the dedication of your kids. If they really want it, self study will work. If not, good luck.

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I_madethisfor_You 10 points ago +10 / -0

I'm in agreement with everyone who is saying don't go to school for game design. I work as a 3d artist in the industry and I'm completely self taught. Worked on my own projects and joined an indie team that eventually fell apart. All the while going to a community College. But the experience landed me a job at a great, less woke than usual, studio. All the guys I work with who did go to fancy game design school regret spending the money. Most of the teachers arent up to do date bc the tools change so fast. The only upside to them is the networking. You can overcome that by having them go to events like GDC, as long as they are motivated to actually talk to ppl.

If they are looking to be artists or animators there's plenty of options for them to learn software and tools. Autodesk has a free to use student licenses for thier 3d modeling and animation software. Blender is also completely free choice. Adobe suite is fairly cheap at like 20 bucks a month and you get tons of software with that. Substance suite is also cheap at 20 bucks a month and you get powerful texturing tools with it. And if you are really strapped on cash im sure you can find older versions of the software sailing the high seas...arrrrg. Good luck!

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inquimouse 7 points ago +7 / -0

Schools like Full Sail are overpriced, overpromising scams. And while there are programs in regular schools like DePaul, creators of this mess https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Octodad, they will be better off in every way to get solid instruction in coding, graphics design, and literature. Yes, writing and thinking and manipulating emotion are what makes a good game. Meanwhile, they should try to go to every gaming convention and schmooze with people. The same names go around from studio to studio.

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FireannDireach 8 points ago +8 / -0

Full Sail pumped thousands and thousands of under-qualified, incompetent boobs into the audio world. Full Sail on your resume is a good way to not get hired in audio, or recording. Much like The Art Academy franchise schools pumped thousands of purple haired, untalented 'artists" onto the world.

Ever since Obama guaranteed student loans by the Fed, they all got in on the Fed backed money train.

Every creative industry is the same - you're hired on your ability, and who you know.

A general degree in something at a 4 year state school would be better - the cheaper the better. That's 4 years to grind actual skills and meet people.

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inquimouse 2 points ago +2 / -0

As I think about it, I would add marketing to that previous list, Good modelers and animators can make more than programmers.

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FireannDireach 3 points ago +3 / -0

As long as the company is viable, sure - and there's crossover into other industries with 3D.

But it's the same for any generation, there are always the "cool" jobs teenagers and young adults want, for the status, or the pay - without really knowing what the job is. "Concept artist" was the hot one for the last decade, and most of the kids who want to be one, don't really understand what one does. Same for graphic design, or the law profession - they think it's all "owning" the enemy in court, and don't know about the soul killing, numbing paperwork and review that most of law is. It's usually a position in an industry that gets a lot of attention socially, or has a high salary, like sports, acting, and music.

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kekistani_dan 2 points ago +2 / -0

Others have been saying this, but I can tell you having gone to a Big Ten school and learned very little from any lecture - the network is the most important thing and it comes back to the golden rule. Do for others as you would have done to you - help people and don't ask or expect for anything in return. Go out of your way to help others, connect people together, speak highly of others with talent. It will come back to you and open doors at some point in your future.

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Trumpence 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'm very reluctant to give any advice on specific schools since lecturers and the overall quality of the courses change rapidly in this industry, and it has been a while since I last looked into quality schools myself.

The best advice I can give is to look at game awards for student projects, and look at which schools tend to win a lot of prizes. Also look at schools that focus a lot on project-based learning, instead of purely theoretical, since practical experience is extremely important in this field.

Overall, the downside is that these schools and studies are often really expensive, and it's an industry where getting a good paying job isn't easy, even after graduating a game design course. That's why many people study something else (sometimes in a related field like IT, software development, etc) and start studying game development by themselves on the side, slowly building a portfolio of small projects they made.

It's very hard to give good advice on this since it's a very fragile and rapidly changing industry, and choosing a career path has a big impact on your future, but they should definitely spend plenty of time looking into different options and also get in touch with students of the schools they are interested in, or visit the schools themselves.

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BasedMedicalDoctor 2 points ago +2 / -0

Shit that sounds crazy. There’s so many diff languages in programming, it seems so hard to break into what area you specifically want. Every job posting even in a specific area requires experience with a different language. It’s so crazy. Thank God I went the path of medicine.

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intamin 1 point ago +1 / -0

Gnomon. Friend got a job for a top AAA company right off the bat. Mileage varies based on who is hiring but they have professors who teach there and work in the industry simultaneously.

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PinochetIsMyHero 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ignore the "don't go to school" advice. Self-trained programmers are absolute dogshit. The only thing worse are H-1B code monkeys.

t. trained computer scientist (now a patent weasel) who had to deal with their messes for years.

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cyber_acolyte 17 points ago +17 / -0

I got a BSc in video game development.... I saw what the industry was turning into, and I was like nope... I got into IT instead.

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Warskullx 16 points ago +16 / -0

If you have any sort of marketable talent you can go into any other industry and make more money for less work.

Game devs get treated like shit because there is an endless horde of idiots who think game development is like playing video games for a living.

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cyber_acolyte 8 points ago +8 / -0

Yup this is another reason why. The barista at Starbucks was probably getting more money in the case of my friends who actually went into the industry. They are all out now. One even worked on Star Citizen another on APB.

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Warskullx 11 points ago +11 / -0 (edited)

The game industry's utter disrespect for talent and the average gamer's willingness to lap up shit and call it prime rib is why the western AAA game industry has stagnated. The interesting stuff tends to come from Japan, Europe, or Indie devs these days.

Arena.net is a fantastic example. Guild Wars 1 is still probably the most innovative MMO to date. They didn't know what to do with the talent that made the game so they all eventually left to form their own companies. What was left gave us Guild Wars 2 a mediocre MMO that exists to give MMO junkies something close enough without a monthly fee. People keep trying to praise it as an amazing game.

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RandomUzer 4 points ago +4 / -0

From the outside you can see games a awful place. Even the slightest amount of looking into the companies and you see an extremely broken system. Month long death marches and keger parties that go on for days. That was in the 90s! I can just imagine what it is like now.

Take one of the most successful fund raised games ever. StarCitizen. That thing is well over 5 years late in shipping at this point. Duke Nukem 4ever had the same issue. Unfocused development. No plan on how to ship. Basically one giant burn out party. I have written shipped and retired whole million dollar projects in the time they have been working on this one game.

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Trumpence 2 points ago +2 / -0

Pretty much on the same path. I will likely use what I learned and additional 'talents' to get into a slightly different industry/career, or I might try going indie, but everyone who is familiar with the industry knows how risky that is lol.

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cyber_acolyte 2 points ago +2 / -0

Learn C# and you can freelance and it’s used for nearly everything. If you are feeling adventurous start learning GO.

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Nodnarb 13 points ago +13 / -0

Also a game designer at AAA studio. Can confirm. At my studio left wing politics are activly, although subtley pushed into the games and im forced to comply or likely lose my job.

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Kholland65 12 points ago +12 / -0

I work in the music business and feel 100% the same. I love what I do and I love music, but I despite artists as people and many times wish I didn’t have to work with them. It’s a double edged sword. As an former professor used to say “the best part of our job is we get to work with artists, but the worst part of our job is we have to work with artists”.

Like your colleagues, they all have severe mental issues and have the intelligence, maturity, and professionalism of a 8yr old. These people are just mindless puppets that at this point are merely there for me to exploit for a paycheck. Even though most are completely uneducated and have done nothing with their lives other than learn to strum a guitar, They think they are the saviors of the world. I’ve probably had to remove about half of people I know from my social media accounts because of the bullshit they peddle and I’ve been blocked and or harassed by a few big names in the industry because I simply had a difference of opinion. I know some other colleagues of mine who are actually getting work from clients lost by liberals because people couldn’t stand they’re constant espousing of their dumb views.

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FireannDireach 8 points ago +8 / -0

I have some experience with this, as well. Everyone thinks that the music industry is all liberal. It's not, it's like anywhere else, 50/50 split - but one side has to keep their mouth shut to keep getting work. Wanna work the U2 tour hauling amps? Keep your mouth shut. Wanna run lights for Lady Gaga? Keep your mouth shut. Film, TV, music, theater, video games, it's all like that.

Once there's money to be made, the liberals aren't too far behind, sniffing around. They're taking over podcasting, they're destroying YouTube, they destroyed radio. Liberalism is a plague of mentally ill locusts.

That we need an isolated, defended forum to just say "I'm proud to be American and I support my President, Donald Trump" is all you need to know.

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Kholland65 1 point ago +1 / -0

I’m in Nashville and TN is otherwise a pretty conservative state. However the city of Nashville is becoming SF because it’s nothing but people coming from liberal states. So there is one large subset of artists and personnel who are liberal hipsters. The rest, usually older crowd, country or gospel musicians are conservative. Most producers, engineers, techs are liberal and don’t hide it. As I said, a coupe have blocked me from social media because I respectfully shared a different view point. One of those same people I know for a fact has lost work because conservative artists want nothing to do with him and his constant aggressive spewing of his views on social media so they do their follow up albums with someone else. Fortunately for me, I have two main sources of income, one of which doesn’t really on artist, so I can selective about who I work with.

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FUSnowflake [S] 5 points ago +5 / -0
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Kholland65 1 point ago +1 / -0

Pretty much sums up my life. My colleagues have similar experiences. We’re baby sitting full grown adults who are useless human beings accept playing music. It’s like an athlete, they have 0 life skills, and they rely on a team of personnel who latch onto them like like leeches and manage every aspect of their lives and career. There are very few who are well rounded, highly intelligent individuals. The ones who are usually happen to exceptionally successful for obvious reasons.

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NimbleNavigator 45 points ago +45 / -0

Fuck. Well, that's the last bullshit purchase I make on that game.

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krzyzowiec 22 points ago +22 / -0

It explains why games are so gay these days.

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mumbohnumbah5 10 points ago +10 / -0

Literally. GW2 went fullllll LGBT agenda a few years back. It’s the only thing the company cared about.

That’s when I left.

Don’t even care about the new expansion.

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ThisTrainHasNoBrakes 7 points ago +7 / -0

I put thousands of hours into gw1, had GWAMM, etc, played gw2 for a few years but couldn't stick with it once it basically became dlc costume wars. This is no surprise to me at all with past interactions with their staff.

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juulmasterflex 1 point ago +2 / -1

Apparently she was moved on to some other project that got cancelled, I don't think she's still attached to GW2 anymore. In any case, remember that Anet fired that SJW feminist writer and the soyboy that stuck up for her when they freaked out over a fan replying to her thread about character narratives in MMOs, claiming he was mansplaining

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NimbleNavigator 5 points ago +5 / -0

It didn't.

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DenKon_Zenith 1 point ago +1 / -0

The face/hair options are mostly a human problem. I think they used LA and Seattle as the primary references for how they look There's a reason I only really run Asura characters; more visually interesting and their lore is a LOT more my style. Borderline obsessed with accomplishment and invention, to the point the entire society's built around it.

The weirdest part about the game is nothing gets impactful until you get to max level. It's almost an eighty level deep tutorial. Took them about four years, but the game's getting respectably challenging in a number of areas.

Story's getting better, but it's still a bit oversimplified. Part of the ongoing storyline's making me (more)racist against the Charr, and giving me the opportunity to murder endless waves of them with good reason.

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GreetingsEarthlings 6 points ago +6 / -0

I quit shortly after that stupid tower living story zergathon that ruined one of the prettier maps in the game and also had the cringe worthy lesbian side story shoehorned in to salten the wound.

They seemed hell-bent on making everything worse with every change so threw in the towel.

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DemRefugee007 8 points ago +8 / -0

Yeah. I bought GW2 on release after hundreds of hours in GW1. Disappointment doesn't begin to describe that game.

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Darkest 4 points ago +4 / -0

But, my God guild wars 1 was great.

Played that since the world preview all the way past Gwen.

Absolutely the best pvp game ever made with how much customization you did from not only your skills but your skill points and runes.

The pure genius behind the 30hp Monk explains how much complexity there really was.

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JediMasterPepe 2 points ago +2 / -0

I had badass elementalist and paladin pvp builds though and cleaned house. 😂

Oh, and an illusionist for WvW.

The skill system wasnt the greatest but theres some fun cheese you can do with certain weapon combinations.

I havent touched the game in ages though and now glad to not have been giving them any more of my time. Fuck commies!

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SunnyDisposition 19 points ago +19 / -0

Interesting that he identified the fact that they are applying the same tactics to life as gaming. It made me think of chess and the way it teaches you much about strategy in the game and in life.

I think the primary difference is that gamers learn to exploit weaknesses in the system in order to gain an advantage ie. “completing this quest will give me this loot and I will be able to overpower this type of enemy”. These games also deliver constant rewards.

Chess on the other hand, forces you to consider the long term consequences of each move that you make. A bad move early on can set you up to lose later in the game. Chess takes work and thought and while it is rewarding to capture an opponents piece, the only reward is in winning the game entirely or in having given the best game that you are capable of.

Summary: Gaming = short term goals with no thought of painful consequences. Chess, every move produces consequences that are good or bad.

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AsaNisiMAGA 13 points ago +13 / -0

I remember the assassination of Lord British in the UO beta. And being legit scared of PKs when hearing footsteps in the woods. And noticing the dead healers on the ground. And setting boobie trapped exploding boxes in the road to get them back. And looting their castle keys and black dye tubs. And making leg jerky from their corpses. I still like gaming but nothing will ever be as fun as those wild west days again.

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spaceghost17 7 points ago +7 / -0

I just logged off gw2 lol. Ultima Online was the best mmorpg ever made. The risk factors are what made it the best. There are still private servers but they can never repeat those good old days..

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AsaNisiMAGA 8 points ago +8 / -0

It's true. Once they care beared it up with consensual pvp it was over. My second favorite was the early days of AO, but more for the RP and social life. My husband still plays there sometimes. But without the Gridsteam hottub parties it's dead to me. These days I mostly craft and decorate in EQ2. They've added a bunch of rainbow crap which I don't care for. But where else can I build such cool stuff? Funny... my OCD crafting and 3D trompe l'oeil decorating all started in UO too. Kill ya later, fellow old timer. ❤

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AsaNisiMAGA 2 points ago +2 / -0

Griefers always exist and they always find a way to make someone upset. It's what makes them griefers. Old school PKs were a different thing and added an element of risk and unpredictability which was exciting and fun. Just for the record I wasn't a griefer or a PK, though I killed a few back. And I got killed and pickpocketed a lot because I was a crafter who carried a lot gold and mats from my shop to the bank. Different games are fun for different people for different reasons. I understand why you might not enjoy the wilder aspects of early UO but I did enjoy it. Not because I was ganking newbs. Because I never knew what was going to happen next and it wasn't all stats math boogie all the time.

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HiddenDekuScrub 5 points ago +5 / -0 (edited)

You have a point there. My issue with most MMOs these days is that if you don't follow the "meta" or have absolute top of the line gear, nobody wants anything to do with you. There is no room for creative character builds for RP or even just fun/experimental purposes. Old/Pretty/Fun areas are quickly abandoned as soon as everyone has passed that "theme park" area.

The only way anyone has any way to differentiate themselves is through cosmetics that are usually obtained in gachas.

Sea of Thieves seems to be mostly free of these problems, but is pure open-world PvP, so it won't be everyone's cup of tea. And it's a game that attracts trolls for troll purposes. (As in, you might get pranked instead of ganked.)

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TimeIsARetardedOval 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah. I remember Holy being super meh in PvP during WotLK so people ended up using Ret for healing. After they nerfed that people eventually noticed Prot was still better than Holy so you had tanky Prot healers with Frisbee silences. The devs saw this as some horrible affront upon their unmitigated brilliance but I remember the cleverness of the players with much fondness.

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GGRain 3 points ago +3 / -0

Depends on Smartphone 99%, but on PC I mostly play Asians RPGs, so I'm relatively free from all this bs as long as it isn't a port from the cuckstation 3 or 4.

The only western game I brought in the last years was Kingdom Chrom or how the name was from the polish devs.

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gentlestSoup 3 points ago +3 / -0

Chess is also a game. There are several other games that teaches you about consequences and gives you good life experiences. Western games very often ends up as those stupid kinds of games you talk about, where it's more about a constant rush of dopamine instead of actually giving an experience, and learning something. I think a lot of japanese games are very based, and gives you valuable lessons, like the Zelda series, or my favourite lately, Fire Emblem.

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flashersenpai 4 points ago +4 / -0

fucking RIP dude

Days of Ruin was the best game, but was so "ugly" it killed the series.

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gentlestSoup 2 points ago +2 / -0

Advance Wars <3 Fire emblem is the same developers and company, Intelligent Systems, and pretty similar, except more of a focus on each individual unit and permadeath. It's really cool, and hopefully the developers are working on some advance wars now, since they've been hinting a bit at that lately!

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FireannDireach 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't game as much as most these days, but when I do, it's games like Civ 6. I get bored with MMOs and shooters and such, unless it's something like Witcher 3, which at times is well written and can be engaging (despite it's piss poor combat). Fallout was fun, up through 4, but now, fuck Bethesda. I have a couple of indie games I enjoy, too.

I play games that involve thought, strategy, and making things. Factorio can be relaxing to jump into at the end of the day - put a movie on, and make shit.

Considering Anno 1800, Grim Dawn, or Wasteland 3 as my next purchase. Maybe. I still have plenty of game left in Civ 6, since I only fire that up on the weekends.

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B4size25paper 11 points ago +11 / -0

Guild wars story designer is a fucking sjw. Stopped playing because of her very transparent politics. Fire her already. Fire all the sjws.

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Peashout 3 points ago +3 / -0

Then who will make all the video games?

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B4size25paper 1 point ago +1 / -0

Notch

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GGRain 10 points ago +10 / -0

I really wanted to get into GW2 but compared to Gw1 it was just good looks without any meat to it. The gameplay is bad and the story was cheaply put together. Only the scenery rescued some of the flaws. Game itself is shit compared to Gw1 and now we know why.

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ThisTrainHasNoBrakes 4 points ago +4 / -0

GWAMM in gw1. Couldn't stick with gw2.

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booblitchutz 9 points ago +9 / -0

“Riot Kitchen” is antifa tactics 101. Every weapon must have plausible deniability. A skateboard is a deadly weapon but you can also claim it’s just how you get around. A sturdy plastic bag with a heavy mundane object is a mace but you can claim it’s just your everyday possessions. A cooler full of frozen water bottles is dangerous projectiles but you can claim it’s for hydration.

Riot Kitchen makes explosives and incendiary devices for terrorists but they can claim they are just providing meals to poor souls out there peacefully protesting.

And the FBI let them go. All of them. Sure they kept their phones and bus, but they can easily purchase new ones with all that cash from Gatorade and Cisco that will get laundered and funneled to them.

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FUSnowflake [S] 5 points ago +5 / -0

Depends on what they do with forensics for the contacts on the phones.

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booblitchutz 4 points ago +4 / -0

Holding my breath over here

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arobins222 9 points ago +9 / -0

I would never buy a product that's developed by terrorists.

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Smurfection 8 points ago +8 / -0

Riot Kitchen lies about handing out food. They make molotov cocktails and do other terrorist activity. There's a reason why the organizers of these riots tell people their food is really bad and will make people sick. It's because they know what Riot Kitchen does and they don't want anyone who is not supportive of violence knowing Riot Kitchen is really about making bombs and explosives.

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CMDRConanAAnderson 5 points ago +5 / -0 (edited)

If you have any leads on people or video of this fill me in please. I was looking into them and they seem very normal, but something doesn't add up. The amount of money they ask for and what they get back does not make sense, I'm looking for where the funding is really going to and who. The gas station incident is a clear red flag with the bread car.

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Smurfection 4 points ago +4 / -0

I don't have a lot of information because of course, they wouldn't trust me. I know that they pretend they are handing out food to rioters but they are really making bombs, molotov cocktails etc. I have seen some of the leader and organizer types, the ones who are "trained Marxists", say that Riot Kitchen is on their side but their food is really bad and they got sick because of the food. I suspect they say this because they don't want people who are less radical than them to find out what Riot Kitchen is doing by going and asking them for food and instead finding the bombs.

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Smurfection 4 points ago +4 / -0

They had a bread truck too but there was no bread in it.

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FluffiPuff 6 points ago +6 / -0 (edited)

Welp, time to get busy...who is giving her the funds to pay them? Thisnis how they will launder the Soros funds - through non profits and small businesses.

HERE YA GO:

https://www.gofundme.com/f/mental-health-support-for-blm-seattle-protests

https://archive.is/dG8kz

They have raised $50,000. I find it really interesting that among her Top Donors are the Go Fund Me TEAM. GO FUND ME is DIRECTLY FUNDING ANTIFA.

https://archive.is/eXd0k

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Rocks976 2 points ago +2 / -0

I've dug through some of the names but haven't found anything concrete. We need to get Jennifer deported she is a German anarchist here on a work visa funding terrorism

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/cnn/2020/06/14/us/black-lives-matter-immigrants-visa-status-protest-trnd/index.html

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FluffiPuff 2 points ago +2 / -0

wow

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Rocks976 2 points ago +2 / -0

She probably has ties to German antifa faction. Thinks working in the background will protect her.

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FluffiPuff 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'll be looking into it

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EADReddit 6 points ago +6 / -0

https://www.reddit.com/r/Guildwars2

You pedes know what to do!

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killerkram 5 points ago +5 / -0

Game is developed in Washington state, sucks as I've been playing guild wars since the first came out. My wife, then girl friend, got me into it in high school. I knew the game was developed by leftists but I never really cared. Now that I see some of the devs are supporting domestic terrorism its really hard to log in this morning. This is what I use as my escape from the shit going on in the world and to chill after 12 hour work days. The entire game industry is like this as far as I'm aware because most of it consists of artists and writers who are mostly left leaning. My buddies and I wanted to get in the industry but tbh it pays like shit compared to what I do. Maybe it's time we all make our own game that truly separates itself from reality and doesn't have modern politics in it. I just want an escape sometimes and I can't go camping every weekend.

I'm kind of ranting. This one really sucks and will take time to process. Guild wars is pretty special to my wife and I as that game was essentially what brought us together originally.

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mumbohnumbah5 5 points ago +5 / -0 (edited)

You can quit. You’ll be glad you did. I uninstalled two years ago and I’m happy I did. You make time for other things with your wife: cooking, gardening, hiking, working out, get out to a local river or lake, work on a project at your home, get a dog and train it daily, etc.

Further, I’m just happy knowing I’m not supporting those devs— even if I did enjoy what the game was originally developed to be.

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rootGoose 5 points ago +5 / -0

You're in the Mariana Trench of shit.

Worth the read just for that analogy.

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Ex-libtard 4 points ago +4 / -0

Glad I never bought the game

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CMDRConanAAnderson 3 points ago +3 / -0

Sign of the times when gamers have to rise up and boycott one the easiest industries to deal economic damage to.

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MythArcana 3 points ago +3 / -0

So tired of this shit. Did we not learn a fucking thing from Gamergate?

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Four_of_Seven 3 points ago +3 / -0

That game fucking blows anyways. Story is shit and the gameplay is akin to having a great and progressive new idea but never fleshing out anything past the idea itself.

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Groupthinkgroupthink 3 points ago +3 / -0

There's a lot of the Chosen supporting these groups... it seems.

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Rocks976 2 points ago +2 / -0

This tranny thing is also a German immigrant here on a work visa. She needs to be deported for funding terrorism.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/cnn/2020/06/14/us/black-lives-matter-immigrants-visa-status-protest-trnd/index.html

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Groupthinkgroupthink 2 points ago +2 / -0

She just wants to feed the revolution though, she and her crew are just bystanders. /s

They're fucking burning down cities, Two people died, and she's worried about the Van window being broken.

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AnotherFormerDem 2 points ago +2 / -0

Goddamnit I was excited about the new GW2 expansion, too. I bet it’ll be full of BLM propaganda now.

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IndianDad 2 points ago +2 / -0

It’s already full of it. I’m sad too eventhough I haven’t been playing as much as late because no time for it honestly. I got GWAMM in Gw1 and loved the special events in GW2. Bumms me out to read this but yeah it was really apparent how left they have shifted.

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IndianDad 2 points ago +2 / -0

Arenanet must be so proud. No doubt their next in-game gem sales will involve rainbow styled pipe bombs, gasoline cans and stacks of bricks.

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mumbohnumbah5 1 point ago +1 / -0

Used to play this game years ago. Their marketing team started to get SJW tendencies and no longer cared about moving the game forward, just their agenda.

Quit and never looked back. Glad I haven’t been supported Riot Kitchen the last few years.

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GeneticsGuy 1 point ago +1 / -0

As a software developer I find this hilariously believable because it seems like all the social reject incel types, and there's a lot of them, always end in the game development world letting corporations tske advantage of their "passion" for game development as they make half or less of what other software developers make.

I completely see the Antifa losers being filled with man ui of these types in their ranks.

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unstoppablemittens 1 point ago +1 / -0

THEY'RE SOUP NAZIS!!!

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dxso 1 point ago +1 / -0

Google image her name clearly unhinged

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Rocks976 1 point ago +1 / -0

She has German antifa ties. She is a fucking lunatic.