Since The Sims 4 launched last week, some players have discovered that the game won't let them share Sims through its online "Gallery" system if they use words like "gay," "homosexual," or "queer" in the character's name or description. EA told Kotaku today that it's aware of this problem and is fixing it.
Full-blown Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon here. This week I learned the cornermen in Ring King weren't giving the boxers blowjobs, they were changing their cups. Then Current TV mentions the same thing in this hilarious look at gay representation in video games.
A Full Sail University gaming school student has created a new "Gaymer" survey, hoping to determine what homosexual, bisexual, and heterosexual gamers look for in a video game.
This fall, an Xbox 360 game will have the word "gay" in its title. But will 360 gamers be able to call themselves gay by then?