In other news though, I’m enjoying AA Investigations a lot, it’s a lot better than it’s made out to be.
And now, goodnight.
I don’t understand why people complain about accurate representations of institutional discrimination in video games. If they didn’t show those things then you would, and rightly so, accuse the developers of erasure. Now, if these issues were shown in a positive light, obviously that’d be a problem, but they’re not.
Bioshock Infinite and Racism - Part I
I wanna play this so bad
I don’t think I ever want to play this game. Especially with the first pic of what looks like a witch hunt and 2 black people about to be burned at the stake…
This left a bad taste in my mouth…I don’t want to play this shit.
should somebody tell these kids that racism like this actually existed here in the US or should we just wait until they get to high school and take history
We call ourselves Runners. We exist on the edge between the gloss and the reality: the mirror’s edge. We keep out of trouble, out of sight, and the cops don’t bother us. Runners see the city in a different way. We see the flow. Rooftops become pathways and conduits, possibilities and routes of escape. The flow is what keeps us running, keeps us alive.