The newest Deus Ex game featured heavy terms like apartheid all over the marketing. Sadly, they weren't treated with the respect they deserve.
Shareef hops back on the 161 from Paterson, NJ to NYC to check out Tom Clancy's latest military shooter. He discusses default whiteness in character creators, a good way to handle homosexuality in games, and how Larae Barrett represents a POC role that is sorely needed in more video games.
Shareef is astonished at the absolutely horrid way that Street Fighter V treats its female character. Just unacceptable in 2016.
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Shareef searches for the small fro, rocks out with an awesome woman of color companion, and dances to some unexpected hip hop.
Shareef wraps up his series on one of the best games of 2015. Did they go overboard with the main villain? And why does Chloe and Max's friendship make everyone squee?