This Week In Indie: The Other 2013 Indie Game Controversies
Welcome to the second episode of This Week In Indie (TWII). In TWII, I take a look at all the indie game news that has surfaced during the week, offering a summary of news, indie games and the general happenings in the indie scene. Enjoy!
In this week’s episode, we take a look at some of the other indie game controversies from 2013 that haven’t been covered by eGamer. Most notably, the sexual harassment of developer Zoe Quinn, the controversy surrounding the indie game Joyful Executions and the ridiculousness of a Canadian media outlet attacking a game called Pipe Trouble.
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