As some may know Cabela's African Adventures was just released on Steam. Knowing how bad the other Cabela games were, I visited the community page to see what the new game is like. Here comes the problem: A majority of posts contain nothing about the actual game, but are complaints about animal abuse, immorality, how great animals are, how bad humans suck etc. Remember the sexism complaints about GTA V? How can somebody complain about sexism in a game that shows all kind of violence and let you commit multiple crimes? My theory on this is, that violence complains are decades old and people have learned to accept it, still it is kinda bothersome to be called a terrible person for playing certain games. What has this to do with Skullgirls? On the Super Best Friendcast No. 9, Woolie and Pat talked a lot about Skullgirls and the difficulties in playing a game that has an all female roster. Pat doesn't like Skullgirls and Woolie can't play Arcana Hearts even though they both agree on those being good games. Personally, I can't play GTA because I hate organised crime. I do understand people who dislike some piece of media because of moral reasons. However i don't think people who play those games are bad people. What do you think? Do games have an effect on moral standarts? Why is violence so much more accepted then anything else?