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Recommended September 23, 2014
"Declared sexist by many people because opponent thugs and villains refer to Catwoman as "bitch", a sexist insult, according to them."
Recommended September 23, 2014
"Called "insensitive and tone deaf" because of the first person Dracula attack on a woman, "a blatant allusion of rape". How dare a vampire be evil?"
Recommended September 23, 2014
"WayForward was accused by journalists of "whitewashing" the main character because of the slightly paler complexion used in the game."
Recommended September 23, 2014
"The game was heavily criticised because of a minigame called "Gigolo Mode", which involves dating girls to get weapon upgrades."
Recommended September 23, 2014
"Zero Labs was heavily attacked when the game launched because of their female designs. Curiously, the lead animator is a female that likes pretty girls."
Recommended September 23, 2014
"Daniel Vavra, one of the developers of Mafia 2, is one of the most fierce supporters of GamerGate and transparency in gaming journalism."
Recommended September 23, 2014
"The artists from the game were heavily harassed because of the female armor in the game and were forced into self-censoring."
Recommended September 23, 2014
"Matt Roszak supports GamerGate. According to him, he just wants to make videogames without the risk of backlash just because of politics."
Recommended September 23, 2014
"Brad Wardell, CEO of Stardock was victim of corrupt journalism when a false claim of sexual harassment was spread on the internet."
Recommended September 23, 2014
"David Prassel, the creator, supports Gamer Gate. In a post in the Trek Industries blog titled "Gaming Press: You have failed this city"."