Mass effect andromeda lead designer racist
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RACIST Mass Effect: Andromeda Gameplay Developer HATES White People
Manveer Heir hates white people and wants the world to know
GDC was jam-packed with brilliant talks, and I missed far too many of them because infinity appointments beckoned. I want to question why we always do that. I think a lot of it is the cultural biases that we have. Why is that? I believe that. And then everyone starts crying wolf over censorship.
I'd like to give a shout out to the entire Mass Effect community to put Bioware under pressure to get this guy fired. He's been openly racist on his professional twitter account towards the white demographic. As a company who claims to stand for diversity and equality, I'm astonished and appalled Bioware lets him express his skewed opinions and ideas under their brand name.
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I looked it up, and read the full interview. Ha ha, the line was:. Making games about women who went against the grain throughout history, especially given that women have been living and existing and doing stuff of their own accord since, you know, the beginning of time. Heir: I touched on that in my talk where I was like, women in history, there are very powerful women who broke out of the mold. There are a lot of women who did not conform to the standards that you can find if you read historical books. I thought it was a surprisingly hard-hitting interview, even to the point of the interviewer seeming hostile…but considering the interviewer mentions:.