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Magma5 wrote

What about PC gaming?

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ziq wrote (edited )

Still uses Windows, so fash. Unless it's Linux gaming, then it's right under SEGA.

SNK goes right on the line between SEGA and Nintendo. Atari on the line between sony and ms.

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brucewillisisdead wrote

What about piracy?

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ziq wrote (edited )

still supports MS and its fucked authoritarian ecosystem

it's like deliberately choosing to break in and sleep in Viktor Orban's house when there's a free commune right down the street filled with anarchists that need more members.

But you'd rather keep tending to Orban's garden and legitimize his power.

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DokiDokiLove wrote

Xbox should be left not right.

Xbox is the only platform that let's you share all of your digital games with other people.

Pretty lame meme tho

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Solisition wrote (edited )

how do i make you stop posting this utter shit

you literally just googled 'political compass' 'sega logo', etc and pasted it all on, which is lower effort than your memes where you get a stock image and type words on it

they're only memes in the definition of memetic infohazard because theyre incredibly hazardous to human life

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mofongo wrote

I agree, /f/shitpost needs more content and it would fit better there. /f/games too.

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ziq wrote

because seriously, all Nintendo fanboys are tankies and anyone that loves SEGA loves freedom.

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Solisition wrote

this is in direct violation to the rules of /f/memer

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Fossidarity wrote

Actually I think the political compass is a meme. So it could be posted here, in /f/games or in /f/shitpost.

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ziq wrote

A meme is an idea, behavior, or style that spreads from person to person within a culture—often with the aim of conveying a particular phenomenon, theme, or meaning represented by the meme. A meme acts as a unit for carrying cultural ideas, symbols, or practices, that can be transmitted from one mind to another through writing, speech, gestures, rituals, or other imitable phenomena with a mimicked theme. Supporters of the concept regard memes as cultural analogues to genes in that they self-replicate, mutate, and respond to selective pressures.

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this_one wrote

That's obviously not the definition of "meme" that's being used for a place like /f/memer or /r/memes, though. It's the academic definition - useful in a lot of places, but not here, because it's far too broad.

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ziq wrote

The definition still applies even if you restrict the medium to images.

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ziq wrote (edited )

Uh oh it's the meme police