Besides, thanks to institutionalized and active racism, the poverty rate among black Americans is 25%, three times as high as among caucasians. You don't see many black programmers because: a) Minorities have less access to education; b) minorities are not as often hired even with the same qualifications; and c) you barely ever get to see programmers anyway.
Racism is institutionalized. The percentages and ratios we have today are a result of racism in the past. To correct this, we resort to Affirmative Action.
Despite the fact that Affirmative Action is wrong on the short-term, it is the only way to correct race-related faults in today's american Higher Education institutions in the long-term.
As for this game, it's cancelled on the PC because there's more money to be made on consoles. The PC market is small. Most of the budget for development would be wasted when you won't get that money back in terms of sales. Simply put, there just wouldn't be enough demand to justify investing into the PC side of the game.
That's what you get when Game Developpers on the PC focus more on pleasing Video Card manufacturers and making games that 'look pretty', rather than making games that 'play well' and run on computers that are equipped with 2 year old hardware.
An example? Just look at South Korean gaming. All their games look awful and could be run on computers 5-6 years old. But everyone plays them. Sure it's a small market to begin with in comparison to North American and Europeean markets, but if that a formulate succeeds where you can have a whole family playing online games, I wonder if that would work here...This comment was edited on Dec 28, 01:40.