September 9, 2014

JOURNALISM: “The gaming press wants gamers to believe that the Zoe Quinn story is about her sex life and misogyny in the gaming community, but in reality they are trying to shield themselves from accusations of journalistic impropriety that they don’t want to address.”

Also: “If I were a video games journalist, I’d be terrified right now, because I’d know that, for all my shrill protestations, sneering and arrogance, my industry had just entered a death spiral entirely of its own making. . . . No longer can sites such as Polygon or Kotaku, owned by Left-wing east coast media blog Gawker, claim to represent young, affluent male gaming enthusiasts – or indeed any of the other gamers sympathetic to the #GamerGate movement, which seeks to expose corruption in journalism.”

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