The guy recording racist and sexist crap in online multiplayer matches know he's going to stop doing it soon. "I really only play one game these days; [Call of Duty:]Ghosts on Xbox Live," he says. "I am a pretty nasty FIFA player but I really don't want to invest any more money or time into video games. I'm pretty…
You can hear terrible prejudices bubble up when you're playing a Killzone, Call of Duty or Halo match online. This stuff is bad when you're in the heat of a tense deathmatch showdown, trying to just have fun and win. It's even worse away from the game.
In today's bile-fueled edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Gusi A. Rincon gives 10, count em, 10 reasons why he hates Capcom as a developer, publisher and possibly dessert topping.
Why is it still so fashionable to hate on Activision when there's so many other publishers worthy of our scorn? That's the question commenter Spacerac poses in today's Speak Up on Kotaku.
Is there an inordinate amount of hate being projected at Nintendo lately? Commenter SageofMusic seems to think so, and he'll tell you why in today's Speak Up on Kotaku.
In today's spiteful edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Dracosummoner wonders if you have to love the game's creators in order to love the game.
Today in Speak-Up on Kotaku, commenter WhoKnew? wants to know where all of the Call of Duty hate is coming from. Is it just because it's beautiful?
In today's extremely late edition of Speak-Up on Kotaku, commenter Krakenstein2 rallies us around our shared hate of having to protect someone else in our video games. Screw that.
A ridiculous study conducted by a group of stupid Slovenian and British researchers has scientifically proven that the more negative a discussion thread is the more active it will be. What a load of bullshit.
Trey Smith, the creative director for the recently released NBA Jam, would like to see a kinder, gentler gamer culture. "If the people of PAX ran the world, it would be a much better place," he told MTV Multiplayer.
A right-wing Austrian political party's published a flash game in which the countryside is overrun with minarets and mosques and players must stop their construction. Because nationalism and xenophobia's so much more fun when it's in the German language!
Targeted for a demonstration by the tantrum-throwing hate whores of the Westboro Baptist Church, Comic-Con's cosplayers fought fire with fire - very clever fire - in San Diego this afternoon.