August 22, 2018
Sounds like a lot of people are going to need major therapy to get over this.
Most of the games industry is now staffed by SJW bugmen. This is pretty obvious from just looking at the kind of tripe they’re coming up with these days.
However, there are exceptions to this. Notably, some brave Slavs have recently been putting down the vodka and rising up to show Western game developers how it’s done.
One of these is CD Project Red, creators of the Witcher series.
While they’ve kept their political orientation on the down-low, everyone knows that these people are basically Nazis by American standards, simply by virtue of them being Poles.
Poles are traditionalists, nationalists and anti-Semites.
So you know that it comes to their social media, they take one of their guys aside and tell him “Wojtek, you’re in charge of Twitter now. Just don’t piss off the faggots or kikes, okay? We wouldn’t want to offend the delicate sensibilities of these Westerners…”
Unfortunately (or rather, fortunately), Slavs are not known to be particularly good at self-control.
The official Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account courted controversy today after a tweet that some considered transphobic. This is not the first time that a CD Projekt Red-affiliated Twitter account has needed to apologize for a tweet.
Sorry to all those offended by one of the responses sent out from our account earlier. Harming anyone was never our intention.
— Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) August 21, 2018
They didn’t actually need to apologize. The people offended probably represent 0.0001% of their potential customers.
And if they didn’t apologize for it, it’s unclear if Kotaku and all these other fag-oriented gaming sites would have had enough material to write their little hit pieces.
Responding to a fan on Twitter earlier today, the official Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account referenced an internet meme mocking transgender people.
“Did you just assume their gender,” the tweet said. The account was responding to a fan saying that they wanted more from the “guys” at Gamescom. CD Projekt Red is currently showing Cyberpunk 2077 at the event.
While the tweet is not explicitly transphobic, the meme being referenced is largely used to belittle or demean the concerns of transgender people. Much like saying how you’ve decided to identify as an attack helicopter is a way to mock transgender folks, this phrase is meant to mock the supposedly fragile egos of “tumblrinas” and social justice warriors. It’s not clear whether or not the employee responsible intended it as offensive. The tweet was later deleted and an apology issued.
How are these people’s egos “supposedly fragile”?
How can something be considered “parody,” if it’s simply imitation?
If SJWs and trannies don’t want to be mocked, then maybe they should stop acting like this.
“Sorry to all those offended by one of the responses sent out from our account earlier,” a tweet on the official Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account said. “Harming anyone was never our intention.”
Well, there’s basically two possibilities here.
One, they did this intentionally, in order to drum-up fake outrage and get more free publicity for their game, along with sympathy from normal White men, who constitute the majority of gamers interested in this sort of project.
Two, they allowed their social media intern to tweet on “wódka Wednesday,” with predictable results.
Never tweet on wódka Wednesdays. Or always do. I forget which.
CD Projekt Red did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
By itself, this is just a PR faux-pas, but this is not the first time a CD Projekt Red-related Twitter account has posted questionable content. Last July, the official Twitter account for GOG, the game storefront owned by CD Projekt, tweeted an animated GIF from Postal 2: Paradise Lost depicting the main character urinating on a tombstone marked Games Journalism. The date on the tombstone, August 28th, 2014, was a reference to GamerGate. The tweet was later deleted.
Right. These guys are clearly on the side of gamergate, and against the insane SJW hordes who are trying their best to ruin videogames forever by turning them all into tranny simulators.
This is why I have such high hopes for Cyberpunk 2077.
BTW, some new info just dropped about it yesterday at Gamescom:
I’m pretty hyped tbh fam.