>been playing Skyrim in legendary, no fast travel and no map
Well shit then am I Hitler yet?
you are high up there. What a time to be alive, difficult videogames become a symbol of white supremacy.
>>1764>The journalist promptly went onto podcasts to defend his inability, calling for games being to hard, the fetishisation of "skill" and asking for adjustable difficulty levels in all games. A while after the twitter outrage, a response article was written by him, where Takahashi unironically blamed Gamergate, the Alt Right and Donald Trump for bein glaringly terrible at video games and his job.
What a massive faggot.
It's one thing to dislike hard games and wanting easier versions, that's understandable; it's a whole other animal altogether to blame others for your lack of skill/commitment.
Should have linked to the 4 year old calling him out, too.https://youtu.be/q3TKK1pIc2s>>1769
I actually have to agree with him saying that games are too focused on false pretenses of skill, but cuphead isn't one of those games...
If your game kills/punishes you for something you couldn't have possibly known, that's a false pretense of skill.
If the event was foreseeable at all, or it deals with something you already know how to handle, that's fine.