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Author: Ian Miles Cheong

“A force of evil.” Journalist. I do stuff on Twitch and YouTube. Previously seen on Daily Caller, Heat Street, and The Escapist. Subscribe to for insightful analysis of games and criticism of game journalism and the culture surrounding video games.

Toeing China’s communist party line to own the gamers

10 Comments | Ian Miles Cheong

When it comes to censorship, China is an absolute mess. Despite becoming an economic superpower and embracing at least some parts of capitalism to enter the 21st century, the mentality of the Chinese government remains firmly authoritarian and deeply suspicious of humor. Let’s start with the Winnie the Pooh silliness.…

Confirmed: GOG employee fired after using trending hashtag

30 Comments | Ian Miles Cheong

A joke or silly misunderstanding is all it takes to get fired these days. Disturbed people who feel inadequate and left behind by normal, healthy society coalesce into self-radicalizating echo chambers on the internet — and evolve into digital mobs itching for any opportunity to exact revenge against the world…

Youtuber banned after hilarious murder—of female video game character

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When Shirrako discovered an “annoying” suffragette in Red Dead Redemption 2, he thought it’d be funny to dispatch her in various creative ways and upload the clips to his YouTube channel about gaming. One of the videos showed his character using the cowboy game’s lasso to drag her to an…

Hysterical mob targets Pewds after Ben Shapiro guests Meme Review

60 Comments | Ian Miles Cheong

Okay, this is epic. PewDiePie — the world’s most popular YouTube personality and generally wholesome Swedish funnyman — enlisted prominent conservative Ben Shapiro to help respond to memes on the November 2nd edition of his meme reviewing show. And the boo-hoo now being cultivated in the chronically too online petri…

Alt-left bloggers are lying to you on Daily Dot

2 Comments | Ian Miles Cheong

On October 23, games journalist Ian Miles Cheong released a YouTube video and a LULZ article reporting on the doxxing and harassment campaign targeting CD Projekt Red employees and their relatives. The report quickly went viral, reaching the Reddit front page with the most popular thread earning 5,6k upvotes. The…