- Oct 25, 2017
Oh come on, talk to almost any NPC in this game and they'll let you know how much they have nothing against refugees, BUT
No. You can play the game without endorsing his worldviews. A lot of people don't seem comfortable taking this position.
Birds of a feather flock together.
One of the first quests in the game actually involves your father berating you for being a bigot against Deutsch. The writing throughout the entire game is also very good.Oh come on, talk to almost any NPC in this game and they'll let you know how much they have nothing against refugees, BUT
Apart from that can't remember too much from the game, but remember finding it a little cringy. Probably because I decided to view the game and everything within it as Vavras ultimate fantasy and an exploration of his mind and of repressed memories.
Played it for around 15 hours before encountering a game breaking bug. Put it down and accepted what I really ever wanted was to marvel at realtime GI for an hour or two.
It got removed from the store without mention last week, I assume it's due to sensitives around Coronavirus. It'll probably be given away at a later date.
You sure seem to know a lot about Bohemia during the Middle Ages. Tell me more how it's his biased and romanticized view, then.
I don't know why what I say is surprising. Nationalisms have always had idealized visions of their "glorious past," with things like "racial purity." That is why games set in the Middle Ages (Crusaders Kings, Total War, Mount and Blade...) have communities full of neo-Nazis. Vavra knows what he is doing with this game. He uses false "historical accuracy" to deflect any criticism.
It's not once. Aside from his views (which are a matter of public record as he's very vocal about it), he's also very friendly with Polish neonazis.
It's ironed out fairly well, I played it long after release and didn't encounter any major bugs.
Richard Spencer is the most extreme alt-right figure, and Vavra might not be a literal nazi like Spencer, but he's still pretty much alt-right. Receipts:
https://www.resetera.com/threads/kingdom-come-deliverance-the-good-the-bad-and-the-sneaky.6450/post-2084087So. He follows, likes and retweets numerous extremely racist alt-right figures, including Jack Posobiec, Charlie Kirk, Gavin McInnes (a literal white nationalist), Paul Joseph Watson, and many more. But he's "just an asshole" and "not a racist", and he "despises" those people?
And, just for fun, I took a look at his Twitter feed to see if he has changed at all since 2 years... nope. A recent tweet had him praise Jordan Peterson, a famous racist incel. Cool, cool.
No, he isn't. I know that with 100% certainty. Using vague guilt by association doesn't change that.It's not once. Aside from his views (which are a matter of public record as he's very vocal about it), he's also very friendly with Polish neonazis.
It's very unlikely everyone who works at Warhorse is a white supremacist/nazi, hell, I bet the vast majority of those people just want to have a job, but Vávra sure is.
He’s not a racist, he just follows a lot of racists and retweets/likes racists’ tweets.
Lemme pour one out for you and all 53 of your posts. You’ll be missed.
Great game. Great attention to detail, very interesting quests and story. Less hand-holding than in your usual games. It also steers kind of towards simulation in many aspects (you have to eat and sleep, people react to your clothes, style and general appearance accordingly. If you run around like a bump you're treated like that in a way). It's still fun and not to hard on the simulation aspect. I've played for over 20 hours now and didn't notice any game breaking bugs and can't remember other severe but non-gaming breaking bugs. It's really a good game.
Its not as much of a controversy outside of this forum, I wouldn't worry about it.Poor Aztez.
Has to come out along side a game with this much controversy. So few people tried this when it came out elsewhere. Now it's free, and I have a feeling people will still ignore it.
I'll say this. It might have the best 2d side-scroller combat of any game I've ever played. The campaign mode is tough to wrap your head around, but I encourage everyone to try the combat challenge mode. It's a huge tower of fights, basically. Enjoy 2d combat bliss.
It's supported, unfortunately it only opens steam, I can't make it open the game with Epic Games Store...
You're right, my bad.
Destiny is not on Battle.net anymore, ever since Bungie split from Acti.
Yeah,I read about this issue,no one found a solution yet ?...maybe since I dont have it on Steam it will open EGS...?