Mass Effect: Andromeda Designed By White Hating Street Shitting Curry Monkey!

Published On 03/18/2017 | By infostormer | Featured Articles, News, Society

I used to be a big video game fan back in the 1980s and 1990s. This was before the industry became fully commercialized and infiltrated with political correctness. At that time mostĀ of the best stuff was developed in Japan then translated and sold over in the United States and Europe.

Starting in the early 2000s there was a growing trend of game producers seeking licenses to make games based off of Hollywood films. They spent so much money on getting expensive licenses that they neglected pouring resources into actually developing a decent game. That’s about the time that I started to get jaded with the state of the industry. I was also becoming more interested in what was happening in the real world as nothing that was happening made sense to me following the 9/11 attacks.

Apparently the gaming industry got progressively worse with things like #GamerGate in the 2010s as feminism and SJW ideologies began to seep into the gameĀ making process.

With that said, there still have been some good games released here and there since the 32-bit/64-bit era. Apparently the Mass Effect sci/fi RPG series released in the late 2000s was among them.

Next week, the latest game in the series called Mass Effect: Andromeda is set to be released. Bioware developed it but EA is publishing it. The game is already getting panned for lousy character animations but PewDiePie revealed something even weirder about the game in his recent video. All of the templates for playable female characters look like a bunch of mongrel mud monkeys.

Most of his criticism is around the shit animations but he hilariously compares the character templates to the White Aryan characters in the latest Final Fantasy game. It illustrates the point of how stupid the template selections were.

This made me curious about who was involved with the game’s development. It seemed odd that the only templates they’d offer are a bunch of disgusting mongrels with no real definitive racial characteristics.

Apparently some street shitting curry monkey named Manveer Heir who refers to himself as King Curry Thunder on Twitter played a huge role in the game’s development. He’s previously posted numerous messages expressing his hatred of White people. This seems to explain the bizarre template selection for characters. You can reach him @manveerheir if you’d like to say hello to him.

Not only do we need to organize a boycott of this game, we need to do everything we can to get this White hating monkey fired from his job. Spread the word about this. Mass Effect: Andromeda is set to be released next week. If we can hurt the game’s sales, Bioware’s upper management might be more inclined to fire this piece of subhuman genetic waste.

Of course, it is also very possible that the game itself sucks and won’t generate good sales any way. After all, if they have street shitters like Manveer Heir working on the game it can’t be that great!

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  1. There is such an incredible double standard now when it comes to racism- I mean- this street shitter's Twitter feed is just a series of anti-white messages. We all know exactly what would happen if this was was a white designer who expressed even the slightest hint of a racism.

  2. Stopped reading there, as therein lies the problem.
    EA has a proven track record of not only destroying titles since the beginning of time, they also destroy complete genres.

    I have been an avid gamer since the 1980's (Atari, Coleco Vision days..), now a PC gamer (personal computer, not politically correct - faggots!), and I totally agree with this entire article. When feminism hit mainstream gaming, I knew the industry was done.

    So yeah.

  3. BBF says:

    Is it true that they gave him his own private alleyway in which to drop deuces?

  4. Constipated girl looks looks like a kike.

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