TWITCH’S STREAMER ASHLEY ROBOT DEFENDS ITS WAY OF PLAYING KINGDOM HEARTS III IN EASY MODE DESPITE THE CRITICS IT RECEIVES
Playing a video game is an activity that anyone has the right to enjoy in their own way. Even those who broadcast on Twitch enjoy this electronic entertainment the way they want.

But some seem to disagree. That came to light in the statements of a streamer, Ashley Roboto. In a video she shared, which had more than half a million views and 35,000 likes, she revealed something that she suffered from recently.

 

ASHLEY ROBOTO ENJOY KINGDOM HEARTS III IN HIS WAY

This Canadian streamer commented ‘I want you to look into my eyes now’, adding later ‘shut up … let people play games however they want’. What is the reason for this statement?

What happens is that Roboto stated that by being annoyed and angry at the complaints and criticism she received for playing the easy difficulty Kingdom Hearts III. She started playing it like this because she wanted to grasp all the details about her story without worrying about the challenge.

In the video, this Twitch streamer also commented “not everyone wants to play video games to be absolutely mad and in pain all the time.”

At least for Ashley Roboto “the easy way was my saving grace.” It seems that her way of seeing things about her echoed in other streamers. Some shared experience of their viewers telling them how video games should be played. It is something very frequent.

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OTHER STREAMERS ON TWITCH COMPLAIN ABOUT SIMILAR PRESSURES

There are pressures against those who play the most diverse titles. Not just Kingdom Hearts III. From Microsoft Flight Simulator, through Elite Dangerous and even through Stardew Valley.

There are always those who start pushing for games to be played in the ‘right way’.

Roboto stressed that playing this Square Enix title in easy mode “is also 100% an accessibility feature, which I think a lot of people don’t realize.” She stated that she will always be on the side of making games more accessible.

Later, Ashley Roboto joked about asking her moderators to cut out whoever criticizes her on Twitch. Ultimately, streamers have the right to play the way they like best, and those who watch them can decide whether or not to continue watching.

Nobody has the right to force another to play as they want. The option to do it with the easiest difficulty is up to each person. To see the video click on one of the links at the end of this note.

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