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  • The Verge - Elden Ring’s character creator fails Black players. Thanks Max.
    "This isn’t just an Elden Ring problem; it’s a video game problem. For many years, players of color have had to mod in things like kinky hairstyles and better, more authentic-looking skin tones in order to have the kind of representation that white players get by default. Games with a customizable protagonist are nearly always represented with a white-passing avatar. And when games do include Black hairstyles, it’s almost always only a fade and an afro, which are the go-to styles whenever a character creator wants to give the appearance of inclusivity while not actually being all that inclusive. (Looking at you, Mass Effect.)"
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William Rubin wrote on Feb 28, 2022, 12:01:
Razumen wrote on Feb 28, 2022, 05:25:
What "white" art? You can adjust the facial structure in the game. The article also clearly shows someone made a black character. Clearly you don't even know what you're arguing about now.
You really need to work on your reading comprehension.

The article clearly states it is possible to create a dark skinned character, but if you want to give it "black" features the options are inadequate, and explains exactly how that is the case. But somehow, clearly I'm the one who doesn't understand what's going on.

Listen, you and your morally defective buddies are cool with separate and unequal, because that's the legacy of outright racism you've decided to carry on. Why don't you just own up to it?

Yeah, I read the article, it complains about a lack of hair options, which is a totally legitimate criticism, but it has nothing to do with making a black character based on "white art". So ya, you're either intentionally making bullshit up, or you really are clueless.

I'll leave the rest of your intentionally inflammatory accusations in the dumpster fire of ignobilty like it rightly deserves.
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