Did I say editing comments makes you disingenuous? No, I did not. Me calling you disingenuous wasn't even in the same comment. However, bullshit arguments like that illustrate my point perfectly.
Judging by this nothing comment, I guess you're done?
That don't illustrate your point at all. I freely admit I do not know the point of the "editing" part of your comment, which is why I tackled it as either an implication of being disingenuous or you just finding humor in it (in which case I do not see what's funny ... especially because you said that two replies after I edited a comment).
What do you mean MY nothing comment? Your last reply was basically admitting you weren't interested in the conversation anymore. You gave nothing to work with and no real response other than "I don't care if you've seen it or not, it's real!" So yeah, judging by your nothing response I guess we are done here.
"However, if you are saying that you've never read anyone say that cinematic games are ruining gaming then I simply do not believe you. "
I never said I haven't heard that. I have heard it, or at least statements somewhat similar to that. The people I've heard it from did not say it in such an upfront and ignorant way however, and they never said those games should outright not be made, nor were they "attacking" them. It was also never as broad. The people I've heard say that were giving critic. Do not conflate it with the same thing.
If you remember the argument originally started when you said: "Detroit: Become Human is going to generate a ton of negativity from the expected "omg it's not a game it's a movie" crowd who cannot stand the idea that others might like something they do not."
So you went from saying that there is an entire crowd of people who are not only negative but also that these people can not possibly fathom how a game in said genre is liked, to saying these people have said games of an entire genre should never be made, to saying that these particular people have felt that the cinematic approach has ruined gaming for them (or something).