GamesIndustry International: ''Killer is Dead developer says he's not looking to be offensive, doesn't plan to change approach to women in his games''
ESRB is quite strict when it comes to sexual content. PEGI is OK, not sure about ACB since they JUST got an R18 rating, CERO not sure also since I don't know much about how strict they are. USK should be OK also since they hate violence a lot more than sexuality.
If you know what I mean.
Sure is a touchy subject indeed... http://www.lasertimepodcast... http://www.reactiongifs.com...
I'm glad he's standing his ground. Nobody should give in to pressure groups full of femnazis and self loathing beta males.
You forgot white knights :D
A.K.A. the benevolent sexists.
Er... sexism is a pretty big issue in gaming, and your dismissive attitude isn't helping. Suda51 is, of course, correct here--his games are very intentionally designed for comedic effect, and people who get offended at the kind of... crude humor found in his games are just pathetic. The important thing to get away from this is that Suda51 was not only AWARE of the criticism, he also considered the criticism and reacted to it like a mature adult. Which is, you know, what you should be doing.
I am glad he is sticking to his guns with his approach. I just hope he understands that the current state of the industry has a lot of people that understand nothing about actual sexism standing on their soapboxes spouting nonsense, mainly to get clicks for their website. I also, hope gamers understand that there are some valid points being made about sexism in general and it is a discussion that is going to happen. Creative freedom should never be lost in our struggle to find a way of empowering and respecting others.
Loving all the really over-the-top trailers. I bet if Quentin Tarantino was to ever direct a full-CGI film, Killer is Dead would definitely be his main point of reference.
I agree with creative freedom, but most games use this approach because its easy and they are lazy.
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