Shareef rides with Marcus and the Deadsec crew. Lots of good about this game regarding Black representation, but it needs some work with Latino and Asian issues. Overall, a good one.
The 4th and final Mafia 3 video features lead writer Bill Harms, and we have a great time talking about narrative driving gameplay, relating to a character of color, and the difficulty of maintaining the virulent racism of the 60s in the game.
Shareef talks about Father James as the center of morality, segregation, drunk Irish stereotype, and the connection between McCall / Harris / Dupree case and modern times. What a game!
Today's #GamingLooksGood video focuses on the intro to the women of #Mafia3. Cassandra and Alma are amazing characters and I can't wait to see how they evolve throughout the story.
After a few hours with Mafia III, Shareef explains how it handles the racial issues in 1960s America in a respectable way.