Top 10 Worst Video Games Of 2017

There were many things back in 2017 that made us cry out in despair, and the gaming scene was no different. While there were indeed some epic releases that raised the bar of the medium, many abominations still managed to sneak their way in and make us question what the developers were thinking!

#10: “Perception” (2017)

Playing as a blind woman who has some manner of sonar that lets her “see” like a bat was a neat idea, but quickly became annoyingly repetitive.

#9: “Double Dragon IV” (2017)

If the gameplay itself is lacking, then no amount of nostalgia and retro-style graphics will manage to keep your product from coming across as cheap and uninspired.

#8: “Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days” (2017)

Top-down shooters have become a saturated genre, and while this game tries to separate itself by including a time-manipulation mechanic, it’s implemented too poorly to make much of a difference. This is the furthest thing from Tarantino-esque.

#7: “DYING: Reborn” (2017)

Out of all the VR games that were released last year, this supposed horror experience was by far the most lacklustre. No challenge and no scares all result in zero immersion whatsoever.

#6: “Vaccine” (2017)

The original Resident Evil had many great things going for it. The controls were not one of them. As a result, hunting through a derelict house, shooting infected monsters and picking up items comes across as a rather dull experience.

#5: “Troll and I” (2017)

Whether you play alone or force a friend to join you for the ride, your time with this particular troll won’t be a pleasant one. The sub-par animation, awful controls and poor attempt at replicating the emotional connection found in The Last Guardian doesn’t do this game any favors.

#4: “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Mega Battle” (2017)

The Megazord battles are quicktime events, the combat is broken to the point of being nauseating, and you don’t even have the option to play online with your friends!

#3: “Drive Girls” (2017)

Even a wacky concept that involves cute anime girls who can transform into vehicles can’t save this game from terrible handling and a painful five hour campaign.

#2: “Vroom in the Night Sky” (2017)

This just might be the queen of horrible Japanese video game imports. Not only is the translation laughably bad, but lazy controls ensure that playing through this particular night sky is a complete and utter chore.

#1: “Life of Black Tiger” (2017)

How did this thing get published? Its graphics are worse than a PS2 game, the narrative is thinner than paper, and every mission is just as boring as the last. We hope this tiger goes extinct.

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Top 10 Video Game Moments That Made Men Cry

Pulling at someone’s heartstrings to the point they burst into tears is a difficult thing to master, especially when it comes to video games. However, it’s fair to say when the medium gets it right, they get it right. So much so that the following ten moments left practically every player sobbing over their controllers.

Fair warning, there are MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD!

#10: Lee and Clem Say Goodbye
“The Walking Dead” (2012)

Five episodes of fighting against the worst of humanity and hordes of walkers, and it all ends with Lee on the precipice of death. No matter Clementine’s choice, you’re still forced to watch everyone’s favorite father-daughter duo part ways for good.

#9: Eli’s Brain Is Sucked Out
“Half-Life 2: Episode Two” (2007)

When the last thing you see through the eyes of Gordon Freeman is your friend meeting a grizzly end before everything fades to black, then it just makes the yearning for Half-Life 3 all the more painful.

#8: Agro’s Supposed Death
“Shadow of the Colossus” (2005)

Your horse has been your only companion throughout your quest to slay sixteen giant creatures known as the Colossi, so seeing him fall before your eyes is nothing short of heartbreaking.

#7: Dom Finds Maria
“Gears of War 2” (2008)

In spite of being one of the baddest gears around, Dom is unable to hold himself together when he discovers his wife has been rendered practically comatose. This leaves him no choice but to mercy kill her, and in doing so emotionally shattered all of us. #

#6: Soap’s Death
“Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3” (2011)

The COD franchise has something of an infamous reputation due to its online multiplayer, but who would have guessed that it actually had a damn decent set of single-player campaigns. Of course, the emotional highlight was watching the stoic Price try as hard as he could to save his friend, to no avail of course.

#5: Chief Lets Cortana Go
“Halo 4” (2012)

You will believe that a super-soldier and a hologram can share a tender moment. As the duo say goodbye to each other following Cortana’s sacrifice, the moment proves too much even for the Master Chief.

#4: Sarah’s Death
“The Last of Us” (2013)

What better way to set the tone for this bleak exploration into humanity’s failings than by watching a little girl slowly bleed to death while her father begs for her to hold on. We think parts of our soul died with Sarah…

#3: John Marston’s Last Stand
“Red Dead Redemption” (2010)

Just when we thought our favorite cowboy had finally found his happy ending, he ends up getting himself riddled with bullets while giving his family a chance to escape.

#2: The Salute
“Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater” (2004)

As if killing The Boss wasn’t bad enough, we then learnt of her true motives, of how above all else she was a true patriot who willing took on the role of a war criminal in order to protect the country she loved. As a result, all Snake can do is salute her grave.

#1: Mordin’s Death
“Mass Effect 3” (2012)

He was the very model of a scientist Salarian, who was willing to give his life to correct his mistakes. While he does manage to free of the Krogan race of the Genophage, Mordin ultimately loses his life in the process as the facility is consumed in flames. Someone else may have gotten it wrong, but that doesn’t make losing the good doctor any less painful.

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Top 10 Games That’ll Make You Think

There will never be a shortage of games that focus solely on entertainment, whether its shooting down aliens or rescuing a princess from yet another castle. There’s nothing wrong with these, and if done well they often find a way to raise the overall bar of the medium. However, there are a few titles that approach games from another angle, one where a painfully poignant moral is woven into its narratives. For better or worst, these particular ten can’t help but make us ponder.

Fair warning, there are MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD!

#10: “Deus Ex” (2000)

For many, subjects like the Illuminati and other global conspiracies are just crazy talk. Well, after having to face off against the violent outreach of a tyrannical government for several hours as JC Denton, we wouldn’t be surprised if players’ mistrust in their government grew a little.

#9: “Braid” (2008)

Saving a damsel in distress? Sounds like pretty standard stuff, at least until you realise you aren’t actually the hero of this story. Prepare to have any preconceptions you might have on saving the frail love interest turned on its head.

#8: “Spec Ops: The Line” (2012)

The lessons in the third-person shooter all serve to disillusion players to the ideal that conflict can be fun. By the time you witness Captain Walker stumble out of a wartorn Dubai, you’ll fully understand how a man can become a monster once he has stared into the heart of darkness.

#7: “DayZ” (2013)

This isn’t just another run of the mill zombie game, but how survival often comes at the cost of one’s humanity.

#6: “Prey” (2017)

Who can you trust? Is your world real? How much of your life is a lie? These questions will haunt you while you gun your way through shapeshifting aliens aboard a sprawling space station.

#5: “Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty” (2001)

Kojima is an artist when it comes to subverting gaming tropes, evident from when players found the rug pulled from under them as it was revealed that the world wasn’t what they thought.  La-li-lu-le-lo.

#4: “BioShock” (2007)

You have no idea what control is until you see Andrew Ryan deliver his chilling speech on the nature of men and slaves.

#3: “This War of Mine” (2014)

An intimate portrait of bystanders just trying to survive in makeshift shelters as war ravages all they know. Despite your best efforts, sometimes it’s just not possible to save everyone.

#2: “The Stanley Parable” (2013)

Who would have guessed the most terrifying foe of them all would be the narrator? The only question is whether or not you choose to obey his direction.

#1: “Papers, Please” (2013)

The ultimate moral conundrum. Do you deny innocent people the right to a better life just so you can secure safety for your family?

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Top 10 Older Anime You Need To Watch

Just because they hail from the 70s and 80s doesn’t mean they don’t hold up by today’s standards. Whether for their characterisation, unique approach to their respective genre or entertaining narratives, you owe it to yourself to check out these ten golden oldies. Who knows, you might just find yourself with a true diamond in the rough that you can’t help but adore.

#10: “Rose of Versailles” (1979-80)

You don’t have to be a history buff to enjoy this take on the French Revolution, this time spearheaded by a female protagonist whose gender does nothing to diminish her skill with the sword.

#9: “Tomorrow’s Joe” (1970-81)

An underdog story about a wannabe boxer? Might sound like something you’ve seen a million times before, but this classic still manages to hold its own weight amidst other sporting anime thanks to its driven lead.

#8: “Kimagure Orange Road” (1987-88)

Ah, love triangles. Though in the case of this series, we get a mixture of psychic powers, sweet friendships and unspoken affection culminating together in a lighthearted experience that will give you the feels before you know it.

#7: “Saint Seiya” (1986-89)

Tournament arcs, superpowers, shonen tropes, all of these can be found throughout the galactic escapades of the Pegasus Saint, and boy does he pack a hell of a swing.

#6: “Macross” series (1982-)

A vast franchise spanning numerous decades, containing everything from giant mecha all the way to idol pop songs. Honestly there’s so much content here that there’s a Macross to fit everyone’s needs!

#5: “Fist of the North Star” (1984-88)

You haven’t seen manly until you’ve watched Kenshiro poke wasteland raiders with such force that their entire bodies explode. Macho doesn’t even begin to cover it.

#4: “Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind” (1984)

With its sweeping visuals and typical Miyazaki magic, Nausicaa’s mission to save her people and the inhabitants of the forest against a fearsome regime is just as engrossing as any other Ghibli property.

#3: “Gunbuster” (1988-89)

You’ll fall into this series thanks to its proto-Evangelion mecha, but by the time it ends all you’ll be able to think about is its female cast and their struggle to cope with the drastic effects of spacetime.

#2: “Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam” (1985-86)

Not only did this series manage to live up to the legacy of the original, but it offered an even darker story that encapsulated how war makes victims of everyone. Also, the Mobile Suits in this show are off the chain!

#1: “Legend of the Galactic Heroes” (1988-97)

Who knew that the politics of interstellar warfare would make for such a compelling story? Exploring conflict, humanity, tactics and contrasting  ideologies like few series can, the ongoing battle between the Galactic Empire and the Free Planets Alliance will enrapture you from the very first frame.

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“Ant-Man and The Wasp” Trailer is Here!

Well this is nice! This morning gave us the first look at the “Ant-Man and The Wasp” sequel due out in July 2018.  It looks pretty darn fun and it appears that Evangeline Lily will be quite the badass as The Wasp! Peyton Reed returns as director and Paul Rudd is back as the Ant-Man, but the movie also features the acting talents of Michael Douglas, Laurence Fishburne, Michelle Pfeiffer and Bobby Canavale. Check it out here:

Stay tuned for a full reaction and breakdown of the trailer from our in-house movie and comic book experts and in the meantime, check out some of these great existing WatchMojo vids for all you need to know about both Ant-Man and The Wasp!





Top 10 Anime Fights We Want to See

Battles, scuffles and conflicts are all par for the course when it comes anime that lie squarely in the action genre. The most memorable ones are undoubtedly the brawls that take on unique angles, whether in its animation on its use of character, all to deliver a standout exchange of fists that leave audiences gasping for more. Given their track record for destruction, we’ve paired various characters from across series that we think would more than deliver if they for some reason came to blows. Let the crossover madness begin!

#10: Master Roshi vs Genkai

They may be old, but these two still know how to kick a serious amount of ass. Kamehameha vs. Spirit Gun anyone?

#9: Crocodile vs Gaara

Both notorious in their younger years, both using an entire desert as their weapons of choice. This fight would decide who truly is the Sandman.

#8: Android 18 vs. Makoto Kusanagi

Femme fatales with inbuilt cybernetics that allow both to operate as living weapons, this one is a tough call to make. 18 may have the power, but the Major is the ultimate hacker.

#7: Dio Brando vs Homura Akemi

Don’t let looks fool you, both of these dark souls have the power to freeze time as they see fit. Would The World be strong enough to defeat the strength of a vengeful magical girl?

#6: Mob vs Saiki

Their powers combined could easily destroy the earth, but which psychic can outplay the other? Mob at 100% is a force to be reckoned with, but Saiki has so many abilities we’ve kind of lost count.

#5: Jotaro vs Kenshiro

Two of anime’s manliest men trying to punch the crap out of each other would be the most beastly sight imaginable. Kenshiro can make people explode with a mere poke, but Jotaro’s Star Platinum wouldn’t make things easy for him.

#4: Monkey D. Luffy vs. Natsu Dragneel

The future pirate king has turned elasticity into one of anime’s deadliest powers, all the while the dragon’s son is a walking inferno who thrives on battle. This would be a true war of attrition.

#3: Cell vs. Meruem

The ultimate android views itself as a perfect being with an arsenal worthy of the title, all the while the King of Chimera Ants has been known to be able to take monumental damage and just brush it off.

#2: Light Yagami vs. Lelouch vi Britannia

This would be a battle of wits, not fists. Light’s genius and use of the Death Note would be pitted against Lelouch’s resources and mind-controlling Geass. Think of it as killer chess.

#1: Goku vs Saitama

The eternal debate. Can one of anime’s strongest beings (who keeps levelling up every time we see him) still manage to take on a man who can demolish any foe with just one punch?

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Does a Game’s Story Matter? | STORY MODE

Video games are about interactivity, overcoming obstacles, and above all, having fun. So… why do they have stories?

Welcome to Story Mode, the series that looks at how games tell stories. For our first instalment, we’re tackling a pretty big question that has surrounded the discussion of video games as art for as long as people have been talking about games at all: does a game’s story really even matter? Does the story a video game is telling have as much of an impact on the player as the actual mechanics and gameplay elements? Well, considering this is a series about stories in games, it’s probably fairly obvious where we stand on the issue, but we’ll get there when we get there.

There’s a reason most video game adaptations tend to be pretty bad. Take away the interesting and fun mechanics, and most video game stories fall pretty flat if forced to stand on their own.

That’s because – for the most part – a game’s narrative isn’t the thing that dictates the gameplay. In fact, often times, it’s the other way around. The gameplay and mechanics inform the kind of story the game will tell. Why do you think a huge chunk of the games in the RPG genre take place in Fantasy worlds? Well, Fantasy stories lend themselves really well to the kind of mechanics found in RPGs. It also has to do with the influence that Fantasy tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons have had on the genre.

Tetris doesn’t even have a story, and it’s among the best selling games of all time – so obviously, story can’t be that important, can it? If you were to explain the narrative beats of Super Mario Bros. to someone who’d never heard of it, they would think you were describing some sort of abstract art piece, not a majorly successful piece of pop culture.

Well, if we want to answer this question and settle this debate once and for all, we’ll have to make a few distinctions and define exactly what we mean when we talk about a game’s “Story.”

First thing’s first: a game is not its story… but that’s also true of pretty much every other visual medium as well: a comic book, movie, or episode of a television series have a lot more going on than just the story each is telling. A good example is the difference between a screenplay a movie. You can hand two directors the same screenplay and they’ll likely go off and make two drastically different movies. The screenplay is the blueprint; the foundation on which to add sound, images, performances, and other essential elements of the medium. The same goes for games – it’s the narrative designer’s job to create a story that provides motivation to the player and ties together all of the interesting and fun mechanics that the game designers are cooking up, but a good story doesn’t equal a good game, just like a good screenplay doesn’t guarantee a good movie – a game is a culmination of different elements, and the story is just one of those elements.

A game’s story is also more than just the cutscenes and dialogue. A games’ setting can communicate a ton of narrative information purely through visuals. Think about it: just looking at a game’s environment can deliver a ton of information about tone and genre, and informs how you engage with it. Take an open-world game like Fallout 4 as an example. If you knew nothing about it, you could probably gather quite a bit of information just by looking at its barren landscape.

There’s also the concept of “Emergent Narratives” – which is just a fancy way of saying “the stories you create as you interact with a game.” Did your Sims drown because you removed their way out of the pool? That’s an “Emergent Narrative.” That violent rampage you went on in GTA? Emergent Narrative. Aimlessly running and climbing your way through Hyrule in Breath of the Wild? You guessed it: that’s an Emergent Narrative. It’s not something that was written down as a story beat by the game’s narrative designer; it’s something that happened because of the way you choose to interact with the game – it’s the personal story of your individualized experience with the game world.

Earlier, I said that if you took away a game’s mechanics, its story wouldn’t be able to stand on its own, which is why movie adaptations so often fall flat. Well, that’s because a game’s narrative is informed by its mechanics and vice versa. The two are intrinsically tied together. Game stories are conceived with interactivity and gameplay in mind. The fact that movie licensed games are often terrible isn’t used as proof of the shortcomings of film as a vehicle for storytelling, so why would the opposite be true?

So, back to the question at hand: do video game stories matter? Well, if we’ve learned anything, it’s that most games can’t help but have stories. Setting your game in an environment, having playable and non-playable characters who inhabit that environment, and being able to move through and interact with the environment are all part of the unique storytelling elements that games have to offer. The challenge for narrative designers isn’t to make games more cinematic, it’s to find interesting ways to double down on the storytelling aspects that are unique to games, and having a more fluid definition of what it means for a game to have a good, meaningful story.

Top 10 Witcher 3 Moments

From its stunning graphics,  incredible world-building, instantly memorable characters all the way to its treasure trove of content, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt managed to raise the bar for video games everywhere. Even newcomers who had never heard of Geralt of Rivia found themselves utterly enraptured by the White Wolf’s bloody antics. And that’s even before they tackled both of its masterful DLCs. But which moments stood out above the rest?

Fair warning, there are MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD!

#10: Witcher Reunion

While they spend most of their days hunting down monsters, that doesn’t mean Witchers don’t like to have a drink once in a while. When Geralt, Lambert and Eskel get together though, you can expect things to get a little crazy…

#9: The Play’s the Thing

Ever wanted to see Geralt take part in a Shakespearean performance? Well too bad, because he does, and its just as hilariously awkward as you would expect.

#8: Yennefer’s Unicorn

Turns out that Geralt’s one true love is into some kinky stuff, and by kinky we mean she likes to make sweet love while on top of a taxidermy unicorn.

#7: Baby in the Oven

A lot of us wondered what we were doing with our lives when we found ourselves throwing a baby into an oven in order to defeat a wraith who was possessing a jarl’s fractured psyche. Don’t worry, it doesn’t end as horrifically as you’d think.

#6: Ciri Confronts the Crones of Crookback Bog

Revenge is sweet, especially when it involves manipulating time in order to slice apart the three beastly women that tried to feast on Ciri’s blood a while back.

#5: Vesemir’s Sacrifice

The aged wolf was a father figure to many, including Ciri and Geralt, so seeing him meet his end in order to give Ciri a chance to escape was downright heartbreaking.

#4: Wedding Shenanigans

Geralt gets put through the wringer on this one, as he has to let his body be possessed by a party-loving ghost. As a result, we get to see a much more lighthearted version of the normally stoic Witcher.

#3: Geralt Finds Ciri

After so much searching and innumerable battles, Geralt is finally reunited with the woman he regards as his daughter. This meeting manages to lay on the feels twice over, given how we are initially led to believe Ciri has perished, only for her to awaken at the height of he father figure’s grief.

#2: Family Matters

The Blood Baron’s story was one filled with remorse and tragedy right until its end. Even after finding his wife, the Crone’s curse ensured she is not long for the world. With nothing left, all the Baron could do was hang himself for all of Velen to see.

#1: Ciri and Geralt Part Ways

The game’s best ending isn’t without its bitter edge. After preventing the White Frost from consuming the world, Ciri decides she must live up to her responsibilities as empress. As a result, she and Geralt must drift apart once again, but under the promise to find each other again.

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Top 5 Performances from the 60th Annual Grammy Awards!

While the Grammys might just be another excuse to give some of the most talented artists across the nation a slew of awards, the biggest night in music never fails to give us some truly memorable performances. Last night’s 60th Annual Grammy Awards was jam packed full of great artists bringing their craft to the big stage. But which performances were the best of the night? Here’s our picks for the Top 5 performances from the 60th Annual Grammy Awards.

#5 – Chris Stapleton & Emmylou Harris – “Wildflowers”

In a collaboration that is truly as beautiful as it sounds on paper, Country legend Emmylou Harris joined the newest winner of the Best Country Album Chris Stapleton to perform a tribute to the late Tom Petty on his song “Wildflowers”. Their voices complimented each other flawlessly, and it acted as one of the more touching moments of the night, especially since it lead into the in memoriam segment.

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#4 – Bruno Mars feat. Cardi B – “Finesse (Remix)”

In what can only be described as an acid trip fuelled voyage back to the 90s, Bruno Mars and Cardi B’s performance of “Finesse” had all the energy that you’d expect out of these two musicians. Mars’ dance skills were on full display, making a real case for why he deserved that Album of the Year win, while Cardi B is constantly showing us why she’s quickly becoming one of the hottest names in music.

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#3 – SZA – “Broken Clocks”

While it’s a shame that SZA lost the award for Best New Artist early in the night, we luckily got to hear from her later in the night when she performed a show-stopping rendition of her track “Broken Clocks”. It was a groovy performance that most definitely made the Recording Academy rethink their choice for Best New Artist.

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#2 – Childish Gambino – “Terrified”

Actor, writer AND musician? Is there anything this guy can’t do? A mostly stripped down performance of his Awaken, My Love! track “Terrified”, Childish Gambino showed off his strong set of pipes and newly acquired groovy sound to the Grammy audience last night. As Childish doesn’t perform live too often anymore, this performance was a satisfying one to watch.

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#1 – Kendrick Lamar feat. Bono, The Edge & Dave Chappelle – “DAMN. Medley”

It’s Kendrick performing at the Grammys. Do you really expect anything other than a memorable performance. As a master of integrating political imagery into his productions, Kendrick brought his A-game last night when he performed a mashup of verses from his most recent album DamnAfter bringing Bono and The Edge out for a chorus, Kendrick threw the spotlight to Dave Chappelle to hit the statement home. A Grammy performance for the ages.

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2018 Grammy Awards: Top 5 Snubs

Last night’s Grammy’s presented us with some of the most innovative performances and entertaining moments; however, it also made way for some of the biggest snubs. Here are 5 snubs from the 2018 Grammy Awards that we just CAN’T get over.

#5: Jay-Z

The decorated artist was up for 8 nominations at the 2018 Grammy Awards, but surprisingly walked home empty handed. The artist with the most nominations this year, whose album 4:44 was an immense critical success, got arguably the most shocking snub this year. This recalls painful memories of Beyoncé’s epic snub at the 2017 Grammy’s. This couple just doesn’t get the recognition they deserve.

#4: Kendrick Lamar

While Kendrick Lamar is considered by many to be the greatest rapper of his generation, many felt that he was not properly recognized. Despite his many wins, he failed to pick up the awards for Best Album and Best Song of the year, to the chagrin of many.


#3: Despacito

Despacito lost both awards for Best Song and Best Record to Bruno Mars this year, in addition to losing Best Pop Duo/Group Performance to Portugal. The Man. This is surprising considering the popularity of the song, and its unprecedented success in North America. Its failure to win any awards is simply mind-boggling.

#2: SZA

In another shocking snub, this blossoming new star was completely shut out at this year’s Grammy awards. Despite being nominated in 5 major categories, SZA failed to be recognized for her outstanding talent. Ultimately, SZA wasn’t the only fierce female performer to go home empty handed…

#1: Women

We have one question… Huh? Of all the awards presented during the 3 and a half hour broadcast, only ONE of the winners was female. Alessia Cara picked up the coveted Best New Artist award, a moment that stood out from all the rest. Many female artists, such as Kesha and Lady Gaga, were snubbed in favour of their male counterparts. In response to the outrage , Recording Academy president Neil Portnow said in an interview with Variety:

“It has to begin with … women who have the creativity in their hearts and souls, who want to be musicians, who want to be engineers, producers, and want to be part of the industry on the executive level … [They need] to step up because I think they would be welcome.”


What are your thoughts? Who did you think got the biggest snub? Let us know in the comments below!

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Article co-written by Emilie Doucet