• #GamerGate: You’re Winning And Here Are A Few Of Your Achievements

    Published at One Angry Gamer - 112 readers

    Given that most of all the articles of #GamerGate have been some of the most depressing and abhorrent stuff one could imagine – all involving the video game industry – I decided it was time to take a break and go over some of the good stuff following some positive articles that have been popping up.

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    Published at One Angry Gamer - 77 readers

    I’m sure there’s a good reason Devin Faraci from Badass Digest has more respect for ISIS than the people of #GamerGate, it’s probably because the people he’s allied with who are against the #GamerGate consumer revolt have now shown themselves to have literal ties to ISIS propaganda. A new hashtag has cropped up called #StopGamerGate.

  • #GamerGate: Mercedes-Benz Pulls Ad Support From Gawker Media

    One Angry Gamer - - 57 readers - One of the benefits of #GamerGate is seeing how a collective group of people from all walks of life can come together for a common goal. In this case the goal is to root out and stomp on the corruption that has run rampant in today’s gaming journalism ring. One way of getting things to change is utilizing a consumer movement called “Operation Disrespectful Nod”.
  • #GamerGate: Kotaku, Nerd-Shaming And Ben Kuchera

    One Angry Gamer - - 41 readers - Just over a year ago the Game Journo Pro group had a very interesting conversation about “nerd shaming”. Using someone’s hobby to publicly humiliate them. This hot-button topic casually bubbled up into the conversation after Patricia Hernandez wrote an article on Kotaku about “This Is What A Brony Party Looks Like”, which was basically a video of people dancing at a My Little Pony Party.
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    One Angry Gamer - - 57 readers - The members of #GamerGate have been exercising measures to go after the sponsors and advertisers for sites like Kotaku, Polygon and Gamasutra. E-mailing the advertisers and politely asking them to drop support for those sites has been a prime goal of the movement. Interestingly enough, anti-#GamerGate groups have been keeping an eye on this movement and even mocked the attempts ...

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