So, you want to cheat in a game. Probably Counter-Strike. But you don’t want to get banned and lose access to the game servers and your exotic weapon skins. Or you cheated, and you got banned, and you lost access to the game servers and your exotic weapon skins, but you want to get it back so you can cheat, but not get banned this time because things will totally be different. So, you wait until the game is super cheap, and purchase it on a alternate account. Then you cheat on that account instead. It’s ingenious. The cyberpolice will never think of that! Except they did.
I mean, Far Cry 5 was always going to be a bit controversial. A game set in the US with white hillbilly religious zealots as the bad guys? That’s going to upset a lot of white hillbilly religious zealots, for starters. But there’s so much more to it than that, it turns out. Did you know gamers are already totally oppressed because of “the continued rejection of romantic partners when they find out our hobby” and “the appropriation of our culture” by fake gamers on social media?
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