Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:10am 02/09/11 | 31 Comments
Claims that a non-player character in Deus Ex: Human Revolution by the name of Letitia the "trash lady", is a racially charged stereotype that crosses the line, has caused Square Enix to issue an official statement.
"Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a fictional story which reflects the diversity of the world's future population by featuring characters of various cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds," the publisher said. "While these characters are meant to portray people living in the year 2027, it has never been our intention to represent any particular ethnic group in a negative light."
Check out the embedded example below - what do you think? Too far? Or overreaction?
Thanks Industry Gamers.
Buy now from ozgameshop.com Only AUD$13.99!