…from this cool “spawnspiderlings” post dwelling on the low integrity of a cheating woman and her sex bribery for vague “publicity” for a free-to-play indie game as an index to journalistic corruption:
Even if it was true that Zoe Quinn had sex for good reviews, is that really so important an issue to go on a big crusade over? It was a FREE GAME. You’ve lost nothing if you downloaded it and were disappointed.
Well it wasn’t a review, it was for publicity. And it may be free, it still shows low integrity on her part, and even lower for the Kotaku writers for allowing bribery to decide what they say.
preliminary reports indicate that a woman may or may not have had sex but what we know for a fact, gentlemen, is that it was not with me, so i’m understandably very, very concerned about it.
byzandarius said: I am pretty sure that at this point his entire story has been debunked. Besides, the actually issue is the whole big businesses advertising on the sites and magazines. Look up Kane and Lynch Game Informer Firing
or the jade raymond/assassin’s creed thing. it was shitty of ubi to pimp her out for publicity, but gamers focused all their ire on her rather than the company. a chance for some legitimate criticism of pisspoor practices in the industry and they dogpiled on exactly the wrong thing