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That apparently goes all the way up to the top, with both Quantic Dream leaders David Cage and Guillaume de Fondaumière accused of inappropriate behaviour. Or at least turning a blind eye. Three separate French outlets published reports with complaints covering all three of the big ones - homophobia, racism, and sexism.

If you're French falls under the 'fluent' category you can check out one of the initial reports here, where one of the major revelations comes with a large cache of photoshopped images dating back years. Images that depict staff or collaborators in sexual positions, with added slurs, and sometimes Nazi imagery. Images were said to have been emailed around. For fun.

In response both David Cage and Guillaume de Fondaumière deny all accusations, calling them "ridiculous, absurd, and grotesque".

With David Cage also going on to state that because he has worked with a known lesbian, he should be not-guilty by association. Or, something. "You want to talk about homophobia?" he said. "I work with Ellen Page, who fights for LGBT rights. You want to talk about racism? I work with Jesse Williams, who fights for civil rights in the USA. Judge me by my work."

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Posted 10:11pm 16/1/18
We want gaming news, not snowflake news.

Utter trash.
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