Originally Posted by semantics
If someone chooses to boycott something they aren't choosing to not just buy the item they are actively using not buying the item as a way to convey a message that something must be changed. In that sense they are knocking on our door and asking if we found jesus, they are the ones putting themselves out there to be refuted, if their grievances are petty or not really there them calling a boycott is nothing but an annoyance. You're actually being an ass for calling me a dick for asking for non hypocritical clarification behind the reasoning.
Don't put words in my post.
Did he knock on your door? Nope, so therefore why is it your job to question his choice to not buy the game? He simply put it out there that he isn't buying the game for x reasons. If you agree, don't buy and maybe chip in a post. If you don't agree, state that you are buying the game or buy the game.
Can't you see the issue that if gamers attack each other over everything but without thought purchase games, then the only winner will be the publishers?