Huh, noticed this in my drafts. Might as well post it. Photo I took shortly before the release of Dark Souls II, at an event in London I was invited to.
That’s the Phoenix Parma (shield) me and natu designed, which is currently hanging on the wall in my house, and available in Dark Souls II for those of you brave/dumb enough to jump into lava and pick it up!
(That dude wearing the armour was huge. You should see how big that shield is when I hold it. Granted, I am pretty tiny.)
This has nothing to do with games and is not a matter of legitimate public interest, but is simply a personal matter. I would hope and request that the games press be respectful of what IS a personal matter, and not news, and not about games. This is explicitly about…
What a load. You got caught, you’re now denying and doing damage control. You created a conflict of interest, you cried wolf on harassment, you played people, you shut down a good cause.
You have been caught. This is not going away. Twitter is buzzing on this, Tumblr posts are coming out about this, Youtube videos are coming out about this. You can’t hide it anymore.
I’m a girl, I want to be a game dev. You have set girls back in game development by I don’t know how fucking far. You are a hypocrite, you are a stereotype to why people think girl devs aren’t good, you’re setting us back.
You’ve been proven a liar. Nothing is going to help you now. Nobody believes you. Your ship is sunk and you probably sunk at least two other people’s careers alongside it.
Congratz. When I enter the industry I’ll have to prove over and over that I won’t “pull a Quinn”. You fucked over me and every other girl who wants into the industrywith this.
As many of you now know, controversial Depression Quest developer Zoe Quinn has recently been outed for cheating on her boyfriend with five other guys, including her married boss Joshua Boggs: creator of FRAMED, Robin Arnott, and even Kotaku Writer Nathon Grayson, who vehemently defended her…