>>866347>You literally said the same thing to me.
I was trying to make a legitimate point (that I'll elaborate on later), how I interpret it you were just trying to stab back at me, mind you, in my most sensitive place. You could have stopped with "I have no problem with positive depictions" and agreeing that these things are fine when done in a smart and respectful manner. But you pressed on, and the worst part is, it was a really dumb argument. Yes, Ubisoft is only into the bottom line, but, they are trying to increase their bottom line by pandering to my demographic! So from my perspective, you didn't even try to make a good point, you just tried to fire back at me in a very personal way, and that feels bad.>depends on why it's there and what the game is claiming to be.
Why should the 'why' matter if this is about the integrity of games? The 'why' doesn't change whether you can or would enjoy the game. Tell me truly boat, do you actually care about women being in a WWII game? Or do you care that some loud assholes that are pushing a shitty agenda and are spreading a hateful message are getting their way? I'll respect you and your opinion either way, but I want to know what really truly matters to you. Because, it's hard to believe you, or anyone else for that matter, really cares that deeply about women being in a WWII setting, if that was all it was about. >game devs are heavily influenced by games media, positively and negatively.
I don't know if I should spoil this for you, if you didn't know, but Jim Sterling is like the biggest SJW on the internet. Do you listen to Podquisition? Half of what he does is push a very very liberal and progressive viewpoint.>I think that video pretty accurately showed that SJWs are being shoved into every position that doesn't require actual skill of any sort.
The video speculates on that point. It has no evidence to actually back up the claim that the video and leaks translates to actual hiring decisions. A company can try to look inclusive to 'look good' while still not doing anything useful from a policy perspective. This dude in the video was not in the mind of any hiring managers when they make their decisions. And like, even if it is true, who gives a shit if HR Post too long. Click here to view the full text.