Former BioWare Montreal game designer, Manveer Heir, became infamous for his anti-white tweets he made back during the lead-up to the release of Mass Effect: Andromeda. The designer didn’t go quietly into the night, though. After departing from BioWare he teamed up Rasheed Redic and Bryna Dabby Smith to open an indie studio in New York City called Brass Lion Entertainment.
The studio has the following description on their official website…
“Brass Lion Entertainment is an entertainment studio focused on creating original fictional universes that center on Black, Brown, and other traditionally marginalized characters, cultures, and stories. Brass Lion is a diverse and inclusive environment where creatives of all backgrounds can thrive and bring unique and compelling stories to market – changing the landscape in interactive spaces and beyond. Our first fictional universe Corner Wolves is currently in development.”
The studio holds true to its roots in racism, with the first game being called Corner Wolves, which is about an “Afro-Latina” who goes on a mission to find her father’s killer in the mid-1990s in downtown Harlem.
This is the kind of game that in no way represents what a majority of the core demographic would find engaging, but it fits in line with the ethos of the founders, especially Manveer Heir.
For those of you who don’t remember, Manveer Heir went on various racist tirades against whites leading up to the release of Mass Effect: Andromeda.
To make matters worse, the head honchos at BioWare supported Heir’s screeds against whites.
It should come as no surprise that Mass Effect: Andromeda ended up on the Get Woke, Go Broke Master List.
Heir and his new band of “diverse” developers are back at it again, working on Corner Wolves.
Given that he took a dump on the largest consumer demographic out there (i.e., straight white males) I wonder how well this upcoming indie game will do when they’ll have to rely on a consumer market that doesn’t typically buy indie games nor care about sociopolitical propaganda?
(Thanks for the news tip Mister Reland)