It's 2012 All Over Again: We've Got 'Dragon's Dogma' Fever
There's also that PlayStation 5 stuff?
We Need to Get Ready for GamerGate Politicans
Carl "Sargon of Akkad" Benjamin, one of the original voices of GamerGate, is running for a seat in the European Parliament. He's not a fringe voice—he's becoming the mainstream.
THQ Nordic Held Q&A on a Website Banned for Suspected Child Pornography
The company has since apologized, saying the move was done without "proper due diligence to understand the history and the controversy of the site." That's bullshit.
The Culture War Comes to Linux
After Linux adopted a new Code of Conduct, a small group of programmers threatened to rescind their code from the project. Lead Linux developers say the threat is "hollow."
After Getting Angry, What Can We Do About the Hate Groups In Games Culture?
Wherein anger and typos give us a whole lot to talk about.
The Creator of a GamerGate Subreddit Deserves No Credit for Deleting It
For years, KotakuInAction has been a high-profile gathering ground for GamerGate fans. Temporarily taking it offline without acknowledging the harm caused is no victory.
The Creator of the Largest Gamergate Subreddit Rage Quits, Says it’s ‘Infested With Racism and Sexism’
The forum was set to private for about an hour on Thursday night while its founder published an essay on its rampant misogyny and racism.
'I'm Choosing to Live Again': Anita Sarkeesian on Surviving Online Abuse
Anita Sarkeesian, who has been the target of vicious and coordinated online attacks since Gamergate, sits down with host Amanda Knox to discuss how she handles harassment today for The Scarlet Letter Reports.
The Heinous Acts That Earned Male Supremacists Their 'Hate Group' Designation
The Southern Poverty Law Center designated two "men's rights" groups as hate groups earlier this week. Here's why they were right to do so.
We Haven't Covered 'Kingdom Come: Deliverance.' Let's Talk About Why.
On the podcast, we delve into the deeply complicated history of this week's surprise hit.
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This Was the Year You Couldn't Log Off
This year was too much and too fast. And it's only the beginning.
We Discuss GamerGate’s Legacy, the Death of AIM on Waypoint Radio
In the wake of an explosive article on the alt-right, we look back at an event we’re still trying to understand.