Sonicx9 wrote:The thing is I am not a PC gamer fan at all, and I have been bullied by the PC Master Race community, I swear they act like Tea Party/Infowars community as they treat console gaming like communism and want people to hate consoles even those that are not PC Gaming fans like me. Also I have bad past PC experiences as my PC where junk for gaming back then with virus/malware and other frustrating tech issues which is why I stick with consoles/handhelds.
That PC Master Race community is toxic and is the reason why I stay away from PC gaming.
I agree, I am not a PC builder and don't know how to do it, it just I was bullied by the PC Master Race community and want me to bash consoles which is terrible. Also that community is like a cult.
Sonicx9 wrote:The problem is the niech gaming community does treat any form of change censorship regardless of how small the change is.
As for OAG, you will be surprised that a few left leaning individuals like Mundane Matt aka Matt Jarbo use OAG for news, although some may consider OAG more libertarian leaning but keep in note that the libertarian party can be just as psycho as the PC Master Race, Anti-SJW/#GamerGate, Tea Party, etc so it hard to say? But what odd is Mundane Matt aka Matt Jarbo says he is libertarian and hates censorship, yet he flags videos down which shows that they do not practise what they preach.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aG9rLnVs8wU
I'm having trouble understanding this. By your own estimation, the "PC Master Race" are toxic, extremist bullies, and "Anti-SJW" libertarians are psychotic and hypocritical, yet you seem to interact with them a lot and take their ideas seriously. Generally, if I think that someone is unreasonable or immoral, I don't waste my time on them. What keeps drawing you to these groups?