The state of misleading Games Journalism and Kotaku forced ideology

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Over time traditional Games Journalism has devolved into ideology based editorials that are full of misrepresnetations, misleading articles, and sometimes outright lies in an effort to push a social or political concept. I discuss the state of legacy media, particularly Games Journalism and a recent article written by Kotaku that shows a very good example of this.

Archive of article cited:
https://web.archive.org/web/20200428212242/https://kotaku.com/major-video-game-companies-could-be-doing-more-for-covi-1843117605?utm_campaign=Kotaku&utm_content=1588034111&utm_medium=SocialMarketing&utm_source=twitter

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