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BioWare Apologizes - briefly
(hx) 09:44 AM EDT - Apr,06 2017 - Post a comment / read (3)
Earlier this week, BioWare announced details about changes coming to Mass Effect: Andromeda, including alterations to conversations with the non-playable character Hainly Abrams. Now, BioWare is apologizing specifically for not including Abrams, a transgender character, "in a caring or thoughtful way" in the game. BioWare published a statement today, saying the studio is apologizing "to anyone who interacted with or was hurt by this conversation" and that BioWare is "working to remedy this issue."
At BioWare, we strive to make games that are representative of our players and the broader world around us. We do this by actively consulting within our diverse workforce, as well as speaking with different communities.

In Mass Effect: Andromeda, one of our non-playable characters, Hainly Abrams, was not included in a caring or thoughtful way. We apologize to anyone who interacted with or was hurt by this conversation. This was never our intent, and was an unfortunate byproduct of the iterative process of game design and a change in the structure of the character's dialogue.

We have had several discussions with members of the transgender community, both internally at BioWare and in the broader community, and we are working to remedy this issue. Once the changes are implemented, Hainly will only reveal certain information to Ryder after they have developed trust, and only if the player chooses to support her.

As always, we appreciate the help, feedback, and support from the Mass Effect community.
last 10 comments:
KuBr0(10:19 AM EDT - Apr,06 2017 )
Like yea, thats the only thing they screwed up with that game ... lel ... its fucked up beyond being fixable ... too much content on B-grade quality ... no thanks ...

lorcro2000(11:10 AM EDT - Apr,06 2017 )
It's actually quite a decent game, with a decent storyline. Yes, it can get a bit too slow and have a bit too much grind, but there were lots of thrills playing it through.

Yes, they screwed up badly when they outsourced one of the most important aspects, the character animations, but it's still a really solid game with lots of content.

Tom(11:45 AM EDT - Apr,06 2017 )
lorcro2000> It's actually quite a decent game, with a decent storyline. Yes, it can get a bit too slow and have a bit too much grind, but there were lots of thrills playing it through.

Yes, they screwed up badly when they outsourced one of the most important aspects, the character animations, but it's still a really solid game with lots of content.


And worth the price tag? Get off the pot. The game is overpriced and the quality is seriously not there. Thank god for sheep like you who run with their wallets open.

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