Famous Last Words

I'm a 24 year old gamer living in Michigan. I post a lot of Rooster Teeth, Achievement Hunter, Disney, Sailor Moon, and Harry Potter.

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A fun thing to do when people accuse you of “thinking people should just have stuff HANDED TO THEM! ! !” Is to just cold be like yes. I absolutely do believe that. I think every single person should have their needs met unconditionally without ever having to prove that they “deserve” it based on arbitrary criteria of usefulness. You got me. Busted.

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That awkward moment when you accidentally smudge your eyeliner


Who the hell is Bucky?

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Portal is probably the last major video game release that didn’t star a white, 18-35 year old white dude with short hair, stubble and a scowl. That game came out six years ago.

I don’t understand how people can get mad and confused when you point out that there’s not enough creativity or diversity in video games. Granted, there was definitely room for growth in the 80’s and 90’s, but we’ve fallen way behind since then. We used to have space pilot furries and master thieves. Dragons, bandicoots, hedgehogs and plumbers. Women who were archaeologists and bounty hunters.

So why are we still marketing games exclusively to fraternity douchebags? There’s no excuse for having such narrow goals in 2013.


For my followers entering the entertainment industry (games, movies, tv, etc) remember that you may get the chance to bring new ideas to the table. :)

Now, As much as I agree that there should be more female leads in video games, you’re missing an awful lot of characters in the 2000’s to now section. I’m not sure when this was made, but you’re missing Lightning from Final Fantasy XIII, Faith Connors from Mirror’s edge, Jodie Holmes from Beyond: Two Souls, Nariko from Heavenly Sword, Bayonetta, Jill Valentine of Resident Evil (both she and Chris are Mascots of RE for me, anyways), Amaterasu of Okami (although I believe Ammy is a sexless God in the game, Issun says she if I remember correctly. Do correct me if I’m wrong.) and Aqua from Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep (I do count her since I think KHBBS every time I see her).

I do agree with OP’s point, but there are so many more female leads in games from 2000 to now, that only adding Chell feels kind of like an exaggeration. I could be wrong, but I wanted to add my 2 cents.

But those are still just a handful of female leads in comparison to a ton of male leads. This photo is more representative of the ratio. I mean, there were way more than 8 lead characters from 2000-now, only a small percentage of those were female, so it would make exactly zero sense to fill the image up with female leads creating a false sense of equality. Even using this image as a percentage representative is over-representing the amount of female leads as compared to male leads.

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