- Oct 25, 2017
I don't give a fuck about Senran Kagura or the fact that it was "censored", but what kind of response is that?
Maybe they shouldn't let a support person say stuff they don't know about and make the whole company look bad, that statement kinda reads of someone that hasn't touched a videogame in their life.
Honestly, they may not have. And they wouldn't need to. They're basically an employee at a help line, paid to follow a script. One that doesn't have a set response for 'outraged anime fan'.
Maybe support shouldn't have to deal with people mad about their little girl anime games being less noncey especially when if you want the full pedophile, sorry, ephebophile experience you can just buy it on PC, it's not a normal occurrence at all
The Venn diagram of Gamergaters and Senran Kagura fans is 80% close to being a flat circle, but I still think the response is pretty bad and support people shouldn't really reply these kind of questions cause it makes the whole company look bad.
Hey man, everyone loves a good face tug. Ain't nothing wrong with that.
"Support grunts" should not be freehanding incoherent responses on social media, unless your company has no fucking clue what it's doing.
Yup, this is my take as well."Support grunts" should not be freehanding incoherent responses on social media, unless your company has no fucking clue what it's doing.
I don't actually give a flying shit about Senran Kagura or whatever the censorship debate is here, but this is just terrible optics for PS to allow agents to write tweets that are this poorly composed. A simple "We can't comment on individual , please contact the publisher for more information" would have sufficed.
The catsuit fights and especially the telephone mini game are entering a gray territory. It might be fine now but who nows how Sony thinks later.
The hostess mode in Yakuza is for of age women, and hardly the same as this
Basically.Wait... isn't the person just saying that this case isn't the same as previous Senran Kagura games? They're saying that there'd be no reason to buy any subsequent game if it was the same as the previous one, so games change. And a change in this case compared to the previous release enforced the stated censorship.
I'm not even sure what there is to be mad about here. They're not saying that every Senran Kagura game is the same.