Women, who are routinely disrespected by the video game industry, took another hit Thursday night, judging from photos and other reports out of a Microsoft-backed event. Women in matching scanty costumes were hired to entertain guests at Microsoft's Game Developers Conference party in San Francisco, attendees alleged on social media. GDC is an annual industry event where thousands of professionals gather to talk about new developments in the gaming space -- so you can imagine some people weren't thrilled by the display. Kamina Vincent told The Huffington Post that she was present for the event. She provided photographs that she said were taken by a friend. She told me that they had been hired to speak with attendees and encourage them to the dance floor. I'm not blaming the women. They've got their job for whatever reason. But fuck you Microsoft. I like dancing, I like talking to devs.
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XBOX owners are getting banned from playing their consoles for taking screenshots of a raunchy puzzle game. A number of Metropolis: Lux Obscura players have reported being temporarily banned for recording "pornographic content" by Microsoft. But if you buy it and then take a screenshot or recording you risk being banned from Xbox. One game reviewer called Villz85 used the official Xbox DVR recording feature to capture some gameplay footage for a review video — and says he was slapped with a lengthy ban. He tweeted: "Can't believe I have a two-week Xbox Live ban for reviewing a game with cartoon adult nudity. Are you serious Xbox? A screenshot of Microsoft's explanation for his ban reads: "This account engaged in the display of nudity, pornographic content or other sexual content. Thanks Xbox. In his screenshot of the ban explanation, Microsoft seemingly wrote: "A screenshot created by this account was found to be inappropriate. Wow only because me as an ADULT took a screenshot of the uncovered female body of metropolisluxobscura , Microsoft suspended my acc for a day.