The surprising and embarrassing occasions that occurred within the United States late final week want no introduction. Arkane Studios, the maker of Dishonored video video games, in some way discovered itself roped into the catastrophe after one of many rioters was pictured with a tattoo on his hand that some claimed was a “Communist” image whereas others claimed was some form of “Antifa” image. It’s neither. It’s the Mark of the Outsider from the Dishonored sequence.
“This hurts my heart,” tweeted Dishonored author Anna Megill whereas director Harvey Smith responded to a now-deleted tweet from a Trump supporter claiming that the tattoo was political. “I assure you, it’s not,” he wrote as the web continues to debate in regards to the tattoo.
Elsewhere, Capcom distanced itself from feedback made by Devil May Cry and Street Fighter voice actor Reuben Langdon, who took to Twitter to criticize “censorship” after outgoing president Donald Trump was banned from social media and a few of his tweets from the official POTUS account had been eliminated. Reuben accused the media of getting double requirements.
“The views expressed by Langdon do not reflect those of Capcom,” a spokesperson informed Video Games Chronicle as Langdon supplied the next assertion to the web site:
The storming of the capital was a shame to the USA. In no means do I or have I ever supported their habits or any which incites violence or injury to property. Those accountable will probably be held accountable by regulation. This is about freedom of speech. And the hypocrisy of the media.
Note: Keep the feedback part civil. Anyone discovered even remotely justifying violence will probably be completely banned (and we at all times know when commenters come again with a brand new account).