Pretty much. The fanservice is the IP's main selling point.
TWE was generally good, but should have been shorter. If anything, the story and the scares lost steam for the final 5-6 chapters of the game.
So they don't get into trouble with the feminists and white knights among our Western media.
In a way, I do. It's just currently don't own an Xbox One, so I can't pick up where I left off with the 360.
$400 plus tax.
What socialism? Canada is a free-market country who just happen to have a strong social safety net.
LMAO. Indeed. Well, they ain't trying to be the next Charlie Hebdo.
They were just being their White-guilted selves.
The only people murdering people in the name of religion in 2017 are Muslims. The same Muslims that Atheists always seem to make excuses for just so they don't appear bigoted.
Yet Atheists killed more people and ran whole countries to the ground than any religion have in just a mere century alone.
Well, because Ubisoft happen to be situated in a Christian-majority country that values freedom, including freedom of speech/expression unlike the Atheist (North Korea, China, Vietnam, Cuba) and Muslim (Saudi Arabia, Iran, any Gulf state) regimes that still exist in 2017.
Those rogue anarchist groups are radical leftists.
With the support of bleeding-hearts among the left.
Only because the protagonist was White. Like Resident Evil 5.
The game is actually set up North. The Bible Belt is in the South.
In other words, liberals are liberals as long as they don't have to live under what they advocate.
LMAO. How? When you buy a particular console, you chose to accept whatever drawbacks it came with including certain games not being available for it.
No it isn't. Producers are well within their rights to restrict the availability of their products to their own platforms.
Brainwashed how? Companies are not obligated to make everything available to everybody.
Namely past and present dictatorships.
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