Square Enix denied the allegations of Time reporter Evan Narcisse that Deus Ex: Human Revolution would portray the black population as inferior.
I'm pretty sure I also seen black people in limb clinics with fancy augmentations.
Im pretty sure I had a huge fight with rhianna in a water filled server room half way through the game. and she nearly whoopped my ass.
Oh instead of respond to Fans of FF and KH they respond to silly brain people (who always think the world it just about black or white people).
I BeeZ White Here Waitin Fo' You Cap'In..... Im Mexican american , What do they Got on Us? Trash diggin too, speaking broken enlish , knowing how to do iLLeagle things, making dog Tacos on the corner, or Wearing a big ol Sombrero , sleepin Under a Tree.....i never understood that Lazy Stereotype, Every single Mexican i Know Works there a$$ off way harder than any American i seen ' i never took offence to that word Spic either, Maby i should google what it means , i think it more offensive like when italians bite there thumb to spite you , or do that chin rub thing....
What? Have a slice of pie peon.
What's with the rorshach voice. That guy with the shades, whoever's doing his voice isn't doing a very good impression of Rorschach.
Have to say I got that same impression from the game when I played it. Wasn't impressed. Wasn't just 'black people' but the whole story was a failed Dystopian Noire. I don't see how people can find that appealing. At least if it was equal parts utopia, a neutral area and dystopian area you could spend in the parts you preferred while visiting the other parts for particular quests.
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