More Reviews
REVIEWS Dragon Ball XENOVERSE Review
Bandai Namco resurrects the DB fighting franchise without the use of a Dragon Ball. Are the new features worth the sacrifice in combat depth?

Kirby and the Rainbow Curse Review
Kirby and the Rainbow Curse is adorably cute but frustrating to play.
More Previews
PREVIEWS Danganronpa Another Episode: Ult Preview
At NIS America's press event, the publisher revealed the third-person action side story to the Danganronpa series.
Release Dates
NEW RELEASES Screamride
Release date: 03/03/15

Helldivers
Release date: 03/04/15

La Mulana Ex
Release date: 03/04/15

BLADESTORM: Nightmare (working title)
Release date: 03/17/15


LATEST FEATURES The Top 20 Custom Amiibo Ever Customized
Well, that was redundant. But these amiibo are still awesome, and not sold in traditional stores.

Mortal Kombat X Roster (So Far)
And the crawl of character reveals for Mortal Kombat X continues...

LEADERBOARD
Read More Member Blogs
FEATURED VOXPOP oblivion437
A Means to Disseminate Honest-to-God Leaks
By oblivion437
Posted on 02/02/15
Wikileaks, though technically not a wiki, provides an easy means to disseminate information that some find it desirable to share against the wishes of those who find it desirable to keep secret. Aside from the morality of the leaking itself, such a service provides a look into the activities of...

GAMING NEWS

Electronic Arts To March In Gay Pride Parades Around The World

Posted on Friday, May 31 @ 09:37:07 Eastern by


Say what you will about the business practices of publisher giant Electronic Arts, perhaps even say that this is just one (fabulous) PR campaign, but EA has been consistent year after year with their support for the LGBT community. And this year, not only have they hosted the first LGBT Full Spectrum event for LGBT members of the game industry, but they will be showing their support in gay Pride parades around the world.

It would be one thing if they just hung a rainbow flag at their headquarters in Redwood Shores, California (which they will). But they're going bigger this year, and EA employees plan not just to attend the Pride parades for Seattle and San Francisco (as they did last year), but those in Los Angeles, Stockholm, Austin, Orlando, and Vancouver.

What do you think of their support for the LGBT community?
FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER. YOU KNOW YOU WANT TO.


More from the Game Revolution Network




comments powered by Disqus

More On GameRevolution