I think trying to engage those people is unwise. They aren't looking for debate - they just want to stir up trouble with their one-sided mindsets, and they expect everyone to agree with them. Trying to talk with them is like picking at a flesh wound; it's only gonna get worse if you keep messing with it.
The thing that botherd me most? The rapid throwing around of the phrase "rape culture". I know someone who was unfortunately raped and to compare a video game to that diminishes what she endured. When you go to such extremes you lose all credibility. You are not helping, if anything you make rape ( a horrendous crime! ) seem like less of a deal. That is wrong and does far more harm than Senran Kagura could ever dream of doing.
Post by GuerrillaBoy on Aug 10, 2013 18:10:55 GMT -5
a game that i'm a fan that women is really object is Duke Nukem, but Senran Kagura didn't treat girls like objects, they are strong and knows defend herselves, that butthurt is only ignorance not really knowing Senran Kagura series
Meh not a big deal, I guess she missed the 70-80's where being a smart guy was dumb and all it was about was action and muscle or being a badass. By the time women was even brought into other media's like Movies and games it was all ready too late to catch up to what the male "image" was, So she can save it. Speak out for those guys first that lived through those times then come back, That is if she cares for equal rights.
It's called "Sex sales" for a reason because its a term that goes both ways that's why its not called "Women sales".
It was only a matter of time, now we have to deal with the controversy phase of the announcement. It will be an uproar of epic proportions. We have to remember that this was a given. The only logical way to win now is to take it, and if the cards are right, it'll alert more people about the game. Any publicity is good publicity.