Diversity is becoming increasingly valuable in games, and Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite is lacking - by comparison to its predecessors.
Damn straight it is. They put so few effort into new characters that really surprised you with their inclusion
guess it's just wiser to stick to Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 then
guess it's just wiser to stick to Marvel vs Capcom 2 then
I wish I was a fly on the wall when Capcom decided on their side of the characters. What was the thought process in putting in those characters and choosing this art style....
A company that originated in Japan has the final say what is in their game, so I am confused about the racial part.
Well, from what I understand, Disney holds a lot of creative control over this, so there is American input as well, which I would argue would result in more dark-skinned characters. The issue is also that in the past, Capcom had more dark-skinned characters, so it's not entirely that they're a Japanese company.
Gamers don't care about this diversity bulls**t, they just want good characters. No one gives a flying f**k about the "underrepresentation" ; of minorities or women in this game. The issue people have are the actual characters being used. It seems like its just a rehash of previous games with no new real standouts. So sure, maybe this Infinite is the "least diverse" roster yet, but no one cares about that. Try again gamingape.com
Um, okay lol. Perhaps you don't care about the issue, but you sure do care about being bothered by it, haha.
Can't wait for the article for DBZ Fighterz
DBZ Fighters is a new branch of DBZ fighting games, so it's unlikely that such an article would need to exist. Especially considering that the source doesn't have very many possible female characters, and next to no dark-skinned characters.
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