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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by osirisjem, Feb 24, 2014.
she is no girl.. she is a womyn, a hot one ... you know what i do to hot womyn.....
.. i do them, like a sir.
for real, what fuck is this shit.
Wow... Nintendo... Wow... The 1980'ties called, they want their sexism back.
Foxi's Girlfriend's Reactions, Episode #1: "Nintendo Girls Club"
You can probably see why we're such a well-matched couple. ;O;
mfw grills in muh Nintendo
I'd say you tried, Nintendo, but I'm not even sure of that.
Is this even a real part of there demographic? Like on that is big enough to really make a dent in their sales loss?
I can't wait til Tumblr gets ahold of this and The Fyminists begin rioting and petitioning
This was hilarious. I'm considering to subscribe for more laughs. xD
I don't see what the big deal is. Guys and girls rarely have all the same interests, and it's not sexist to realize that. It's just being realistic.
But, really... If we want to have just "Gamers" instead of "Gamers" and "Girl Gamers", we really need to stop this segregation and drawing a line in the sand bullshit. Gamers are Gamers. It doesn't matter what you have dangling between your legs, or lack thereof.
So the implication that "girls are only interested in sugar, spice and everything nice, fashion, wubbable puppies and kitties and glittery trinkets and their favourite colour is invariably pink" doesn't seem outdated to you at all? Now, I'm not saying that there aren't any women like that out there, what I'm saying is that it's a bit demeaning to those who aren't Barbie princesses. The only thing that's missing from the promo video is probably "Cooking Mama".
Damn, she's so...expert at that game.
Honey, let me fill you up with bells.
It's not demeaning to think someone loves that kind of stuff, and the majority of girls (we aren't talking about women either, this is child-oriented) prefer it over a GI Joe or toy gun.
It's true that this form of advertisement is targeting a specific demographic, but there is nothing wrong with that. That's how all advertisement works.
As I said before, this is for kids, not women.
great idea but why do they chose the bigest bimbo as face of the show....
Nintendo; "We must make a separate channel for girls specifically, because they do not like normal boys games."
So, uh, this is a thing. But really, is this necessary? I mean, I understand that's its marketing, but...this is laughable.
Fair enough, I suppose you have a point, it is for kids.
then they should have do it by a kid, not by such a wanabe gamer....
i know it could be seen as childwork but anything would be better then her xD
Pretty much, hence my earlier "demeaning" point, but I suppose "little girl princesses" enjoy a role model like that.