I personally believe game as in knowing what is attractive behaviour to women is not only not dead, but more important than ever. Even when girls might "hate" your views, being confident, unapolegetic, capable of creating and releasing tension, having clear boundaries and intent gets them attracted. Sometimes even more so if they have extreme views. The number of guys that have these skills is ridiculously low, so you do stand out even if in the end some girls go for that "influencer good looking jack ass".
Being extreme feminist doesn't remove the natural pull to people who are strong (mentally and physically) and charismatic. Sure, good looks is a massive boost, but there are countless good looking guys who will never get a good LTR girl due to their behaviour, and there are many "bad looking guys" who have high quality wives and can hold the attention of groups of people with just their presence.
I also saw the stupid adverts on the London tube regarding eye contact and so on. But I just ignore them. The chances of actually having serious consequences if you have at least a little bit of common sense is basically zero. There are men that have been failed by society so badly that they have become total creeps. I sure as hell wouldn't want any of my future daughters to be harassed by them either but those adverts don't help in any way. They just encourage gender wars and drama.
Society has failed both men and women. Blaming either gender is pointless. Long term peace in western world has made it easy to focus too much on short term pleasure and not put effort into skills and behaviour that has long-term benefits.
Its easy for us to say that women are superficial and only care about good looks, money and status but
1) We, as men also tend to be very superficial
2) A lot of us are also damaged goods or nowhere near the level of attractiveness that we could be if we focussed on improving ourselves
3) The world was always like this. Sometimes a little better, sometimes a little worse, but we are all kidding ourselves if you believe that things have ever been significantly better in the history of mankind. This is just another cycle that would eventually return, whether through war or change of attitudes.
And even if I am totally wrong, what is worse: To focus on things that I cannot control (Women's actions, society, fairness of the world) and live a life full of negativity, or focus on developing myself, improving my skills with women and keep trying which I can control.
Sure, when women can do such significant harm to you through divorce/cheating etc, especially when kids are involved, it can be really demotivating. But I rather try and fail, and try again and again if need be.
I feel that some people are waiting for society to change, which is unlikely to happen in any meaningful way in our lifetime, or making their life mission to help change society and personally, I believe that's a noble sacrifice that I'm too selfish to care about because I believe these things have a natural cycle that's hard to interrupt.
It's tough that society doesn't teach us many of the vital skills men and women need in early ages when it is so much easier to absorb. Then as adults we have to unlearn a lot of bad habits and learn new ones playing catch up. But it is what it is, and it does excite me that if I'm lucky enough to have any children, I will hopefully be able to pass on these skills from an early age.