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Female, 25, United States

Mon 22nd March, 2010

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R-L-A-George commented on British Tabloid The Sun Brands Gaming "As Addi...:

The thing about gamers, some of us do acknowledge there are issues and try to help if possible. Sometimes we need to get outside the house, see other people and take a sabbatical.

However anything is addictive. Like internet and TV. To be honest, I've found videogames better for my mental health. I have not had the greatest experienced of the internet. Sometimes it's like watching the news 24/7.



R-L-A-George commented on Atari's "Corporate Comeback Strategy" Includes...:

@Samwise7 Sadly with the crap people do. They literally in context say; "Please make us a demographic so we can be included."

When people give that message to companies and get what they asked for. They never owe up to it and are like; "We didn't ask for that! We wanted to be included."

The silent answer from the industry; "We did include you, you became a separate demographic like boy, girl, fan, etc."

It happens with a lot of groups.



R-L-A-George commented on Nintendo to Host Special Google Hangout on Tom...:

@outburst Bust-a-Move Universe, Tetris(Any), Pokemon Battle Trozei, Mario and Donkey Kong Minis on the Move, Pushmo? All I can think of are puzzlers at the moment. Their all simple but increase in difficulty. She may be 7 but I bet she'll adapt well, puzzles are good for development.



R-L-A-George commented on Soapbox: Ignoring The Objectification Of Women...:

@HyperSonicEXE It's not what I was talking about necessarily. There is a MMO based on gods and goddesses from many cultures. The designs are or were based on historical designs and powers that match their folklore. Well people started complaining about it, what I meant by "used to". Now they just have a shallow stereotype version of the character people were complaining about.



R-L-A-George commented on Video: Musician Lindsey Stirling Dresses Up As...:

@CaviarMeths Ahem, maybe she likes dressing up. Why judge people because they like to share more than just the talent. Hey, at least she is not doing stuff for shock value like everyone else. She gives more drama when she moves, dresses to fit the song and even looks for perfect location near where she's going to be. If she just sat in a chair, she would not be herself.



R-L-A-George commented on Soapbox: Ignoring The Objectification Of Women...:

@HyperSonicEXE I hope it doesn't get in the way of Shantae either. I am a tad worried about artistic expression, why would they treat artistic expression like it was a sin to humanity or "woman kind". Like I say a lot; You cannot tell people how to express themselves but all you can do is make the art that you want. If you don't like a product or the colour marketed for your gender, you have a choice not to buy or choose the other colour selections in the men's. As consumers there is infinite possibilities. You can't go around telling people that there is something wrong with them because they like playing these games or playing a certain character. There is also the parents these days, it's up to them to do the parenting not up to the industry. Games like Senran Kagura have an appropriate cover because it kind of tells the content of the game besides the fighting. Don't know why people make such a big deal about retail covers when they are accurate.