I love the last part because somewhere Kojima is going "What the fuck am I, chopped liver?" like, his games were always about anti-war stuff, but apparently, that flew over breadtubers.Spec Ops the Line ruined the modern shooter genre because now it's nothing but breadtube tier communists complaining about the games. "Modern Warfare is evil for putting the US in a good light" or at this game "is bad for not being anti-war globohomo propaganda".
The most COD MW prequel/reboot did something similar to this to great effectThey want the story to be told from the perspective of Iraqi civilians instead of the U.S. military troops, but are too lazy to make their own project so they have to bitch about Six Days in Fallujah.
Alongside that came worries about the game’s representation of Iraqi citizens (and Middle Eastern cultures in general), and a wider concern about the responsibility of trying to turn a real-life war -- particularly such a recent, bloody, and controversial one -- into an interactive entertainment experience.
I love the last part because somewhere Kojima is going "What the fuck am I, chopped liver?" like, his games were always about anti-war stuff, but apparently, that flew over breadtubers.
Nowadays, the trend is having diversity in WW2 shooters. Even if said diversity bullet point is misrepresentative to the time period.Meanwhile, every ten seconds there is a World War II shooter that turns everyone in Germany into a Nazi, a zombie, a demon, or a hybrid of all three.
Why wouldn't they? They could release GTAO2 and sell you everything they sold you in GTAO again at a huge markup, with a billion useless season passes like RDO that give you one or two shirts, a few belt buckles, and an ammo carry capacity boost.rated optimistic for believing that T2 will let GTAO go