The past week has been a nightmare for gaming journalist websites with the recent incidents involving the now infamous Zoe Quinn. On the one hand, if the allegations are true, this brings to light just how decrepit the state of gaming journalism has become, thus undermining their own sites. On the other hand, if the allegations are false, they are supporting an internet crusade of harassment by shining a spotlight on what has become a dog pile of PR management and self righteousness. Of the various people who have been wrapped up in this mess (including internet personalities like Jontron and Jim Sterling) Phil Phish took to twitter (again) to make clear he was upset (again). In response to the Zoe Quinn debacle, as well as reactions to criticism by gamers, Phil Fish has again disappeared from Twitter, but rather than making his account private like last time, he has outright deleted it.
In the long slew of twitter comments, Phil Fish announced that the FEZ IP as well as Polytron were both up for sale. Polytroncorporation.com is still down at the time of writing this article, reportedly having been doxxed. Fish was a vocal defender of Zoe Quinn, and would get into heated arguments about the topic. Doing so placed dragged him into the issue, and many now lump him in with Zoe Quinn as a central part of the issue surrounding the ethical standards of gaming journalism.