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Submitted by MaxKelly 1196d ago | opinion piece

343 Industries takes a hefty stance against “sexism and discrimination” with Halo 4

Max Kelly looks at 343's stance on sexism in video games and makes the case that perhaps the developers are going about this the wrong way. Opinions abound. (343 Industries, Halo 4, Xbox 360)

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