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  • Summary: A satirical role-playing game that transforms the standard medieval fantasy heroes of RPGs into social media crusaders facing a myriad of internet trolls.
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  1. Sep 10, 2014
    60
    Yet in the light of some truly sickening behaviour by so-called ‘gamers’, a title that looks to humanise the affected should be applauded.
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  1. Mar 5, 2015
    8
    One of the best games ever made, finally we (Social Justice Warriors) get to have a little fun over the little butt-hurt troll crybabies. IOne of the best games ever made, finally we (Social Justice Warriors) get to have a little fun over the little butt-hurt troll crybabies. I mean sure it's always fun to put them back in their place in real life but in this game the trolls actually do have some personality and charisma unlike their real life counterparts which are just homely and always lacking that je ne sais quoi... Now I do hope Anita is listening and decides to make her own videogame, the world needs it greatly! Expand
  2. Feb 28, 2015
    1
    I'm giving it a 1 because it has no real bugs. It's a solidly built game, that's all it has going for it. However, the gameplay is veryI'm giving it a 1 because it has no real bugs. It's a solidly built game, that's all it has going for it. However, the gameplay is very shallow, the graphics seem like they took 2 seconds in paint, with no variety to them or a consistent art style.
    The "story" is non-existent, seemingly having to battle strawman after strawman, with some people being objectively wrong and easy to take down, while others actually seemed to be right despite the game telling me they were evil. I was pleasantly surprised until I realized it wasn't intentional, and that the developer seriously intended this as a piece of social commentary.

    In conclusion, there's no good reason to play this game. Even if you agree with the developers, it'll just be the same as reading a twitter feed of "you're wrong I'm right stop harassing me".
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  3. Apr 26, 2015
    0
    It's bad enough that SJWs bully and abuse others with slanderous words and unsubstantiated accusations. Now, they expect you to pay money forIt's bad enough that SJWs bully and abuse others with slanderous words and unsubstantiated accusations. Now, they expect you to pay money for it. Do you like being called a troll? Do you enjoy being labeled a monster? The developers think you do. Such twisted logic is used by theocrats and dictators. Expand
  4. Feb 27, 2015
    0
    I was expecting a game that takes a stab at the absurdity of internet arguments while having a few interesting mechanics. It did neither ofI was expecting a game that takes a stab at the absurdity of internet arguments while having a few interesting mechanics. It did neither of those things. It is extremely shallow as a game, I was bored within half an hour. It also gravitates dangerously close to picking a side (you can guess which one), which immediately invalidates it as a satirical title. Even if it was free I'd hesitate to recommend it. Nothing to see here. Expand