• Jim Sterling

The Exploitation Of Apolitical Politics (The Jimquisition)



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Ubisoft would have you believe that The Division 2 makes no political statements while it exploits political imagery for marketing purposes.


In another case of the game industry wanting it both ways, games claim to be apolitical but are more than happy to talk about governments, terrorists, and civil unrest.


It's dishonest and it's craven. Even a game desperately trying to say nothing is, through such desperation, saying something. In fact, it's saying a lot.