@Teanah
ティナ Tina Sanchez
a month ago
The people who suffered may not have a popular profile or social media following like Kojima, but god damn we have feelings and should matter just as much.
@Kotaku
Kotaku
a month ago
The Game Awards won't take sides on Activision fallout to focus on reveals:
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@Teanah
ティナ Tina Sanchez
a month ago
The only solution now is to let Josef Fares take the stage with an open mic
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@itsctrlfreq
Michael Leatherbury
a month ago
@Teanah These awards should celebrate those who help craft them, not the ones who enabled abuse. They should 100% address this at that show.
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@AmusedApricot
David Bocek
a month ago
@Teanah I hate how it gets worded like "take sides", as if there are 2 equally valid arguments with deep nuance. One side is rampant abuse and corruption, the other side is not liking rampant abuse and corruption. It's not really a "two sides" thing you have to be neutral on wtf?
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@_NateH_
Nate
a month ago
@Teanah We all need to not watch the show.
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@Flaression
Flaression
a month ago
@Teanah The best possible way I can see this is promote the game so those trying to make a change can stay on staff yet less than an hour ago Blizzard let go a whole bunch of QA staff... At this point I hope everyone just leaves for their own wellbeing.
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@RoarTheDinosaur
Some Ted
a month ago
@Teanah @MikeDrucker "We're not gonna take sides! We're just gonna continue advertising for Activision, thereby supporting the company financially while doing nothing to actually support the workers"
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@tigrvix
tigrvix
a month ago
@Teanah The response here is definitely taking a side and it sucks. Not surprised on this one.
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