For what looks like a teen for the first time this year, a high profile video game developer has been criticized because the criticism has gone too far. Brian Intiher, creative director of Marvel’s Spider-Man, has vowed to bring more compassion to the title community after receiving threatening messages over the re-spending of Peter Parker’s face model in the upcoming PlayStation 5 remaster of the release.
His message is fully embedded below:
And here is a comparison between two different Peter Parker face models, if you missed the news:
This isn’t the first time a major PlayStation has come out for specific criticism, like our last: Part II was the epicenter of the storm earlier this year, with Neil Druckman, vice president of Storm Dogs, retreating. . The abuse was so bad that the California developer was forced to issue a statement.
Another unfortunate reminder of how toxic disc offline lectures happen in 2020 is the relatively small creative decisions that attract the disproportionate degree of Rare. Constructive criticism is a good thing, and we all have the right to express our opinions – but there are personal insults, attacks and threats. Never OK!
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