“Rape Day” was a ‘game’ that was due for release on Steam last year. Even Business Insider covered this one. Being a sick puppy I was always going to look into this one. But after finding out it’s merely a series of drawn pictures and words, well, that’s less of a “game” more of a graphic novel.
Yes yes don’t have a fucking spasm, it’s since been pulled from Steam anyway. I love Valve’s reasoning there: it “poses unknown costs and risks”. Yeah basically you mean “a cost to our reputation”. Once again – not funding women’s shelters, are you??? No, just thinking about the bottom line for yourselves. As we see time and time again with the practice of virtue signalling from companies.
I’m not going to buy this game on account of the fact it looks fucking boring – there isn’t even any voice acting. Ohh….sorry did you miss that word….yeah, “ACTING”. It’s fiction. It’s not a fucking guide to rape women. And here’s another fact: people are no more likely to go raping women after ‘playing’ this ‘game’ than they are to go steal some cars and go on a shooting spree after playing GTA. I cannot stand the thought of little furry animals getting shot (often poorly) for fun (a.k.a. “hunting”) but I’d equally support your right to buy it. I even used to have a hunting game myself and quite liked it. Because you know what? Funny thing this, I’m never going to go out and shoot furry animals for fun. Neither would most people playing those hunting games either.
It’s fiction. It’s a GAME. No you might not like the subject matter. Boo-fucking-hoo!!! I don’t like Harry Potter. You don’t see me buying Harry Potter films then moaning about them. All this of course is relatively simplistic stuff to most people with an ounce of basic common sense. Sadly though, you actually need to explain this shit via whole entire posts because the world is vastly simplifying in such basics.