Corrupt Gaming Media White Knights For Female Allegedly Responsible For Mass Effect: Andromeda’s Shitty Animations

Published On 03/19/2017 | By infostormer | Featured Articles, News, Society

The corporate media is so corrupt that even sites covering the gaming industry can’t be trusted. I’m starting to get a much better understanding as to why #GamerGate became such a thing. It’s another example of feminism and political correctness taking over male dominated spaces. While I agree that there are far more important things we should be paying attention to than video games, we also need to understand that gaming represents a significant part of popular culture for young White males. It is another space where Cultural Marxism must be purged from.

With that said, I’ve started to dig into the drama surrounding the upcoming launch of the highly anticipated Bioware/EA game Mass Effect: Andromeda. It’s become quite a thing in the gaming community since the game has been under development for many years.

As I mentioned in my previous article, it turns out that one of the key people involved with the game’s development was some retarded Indian named Manveer Heir who posted all sorts of anti-White messages on Twitter. He has since stated that he no longer works for Bioware. It is unknown if he was fired or if he quit but it is interesting that he left the company right before the game’s launch.

Turns out there’s more to the story than Bioware hiring White hating street shitters to help develop their games.

I noticed that some of the bigger gaming media sites including Kotaku and Polygon were White Knighting for a woman named Allie Rose-Marie Leost who openly bragged on social media that she was responsible for Mass Effect: Andromeda’s facial animations. The game’s animations have been universally panned and are now an Internet meme.

The animation work is so bad that it almost gave this fat YouTube guy a heart attack!

Both sites accused Ethan Ralph the Editor in Chief of the Ralph Retort for launching an alleged campaign of online harassment and bullying against the woman. I read Ralph’s article and found nothing of the sort. He merely criticized the woman’s lack of experience in animation and speculated that this might be the reason for the game’s poor animation work. He also made a blow job joke suggesting that this might have been how she landed her position. Here’s the GIF he used.

Bioware claimed that the woman wasn’t responsible for the game’s animation and cried about how she was being bullied. Both Kotaku and Polygon immediately ran with Bioware’s version of the story and criticized Ralph for being a mean person.

You could argue that the GIF might have been in poor taste but so what? It wasn’t an overtly disgusting joke and simply poked fun at the situation.

The whole thing is nonsense. Ralph wrote a follow up article mentioning the same thing I’m about to say here. There’s a few possibilities of what we are dealing with.

Bioware is lying about her role in the game to help protect their $40 million investment.

Leost lied about her level of involvement to inflate her status among friends and peers.

Both Bioware and Leost are lying.

What I find most fascinating about this story is how we are once again being told that a female can’t be held responsible for her actions. It’s completely ridiculous. No matter what her role was in this game she deserves criticism. Either for her horrible animation work or for lying about her role in the game. The fact that these big gaming sites can’t cover this story properly shows how corrupt they are.

The bottom line is that women need to return to their traditional roles. Leave video game development to the Japs and White males. They’re obviously the best at it.

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