Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story Dev Banned From Twitter

Sense A Cyberpunk Ghost Story

One of the few indie-made games in development that isn’t filled with Left-wing agitprop or designed to appeal to sex-negative feminists is Suzaku’s Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story. Late last year he encouraged other developers not to apologize to the outrage mob and to fight for their creative freedoms. Well, recently he was banned from Twitter for unknown reasons.

Indie publisher Top Hat Studios issued a tweet explaining that the official Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story Twitter account had been suspended.

Thankfully the official Sense website is still up.

Given the level of passion that Suzaku has been expressing for working on Sense, it’s unlikely they purposely went out of the way to get the account nuked.

However, if you check the account page, it simply states that the account was suspended.

This comes after years of development and raising money through crowdfunding the game on Kickstarter back in 2018.

A niche audience is certainly looking forward to the game, especially since all the ladies who appear in the title are super sexy, and it’s the kind of cyberpunk environment that we always wanted to explore, not the kind that’s filled with degeneracy and hideous people like in CD Projekt Red’s Liberal-influenced Cyberpunk 2077.

In the meantime while we wait to find out what’s going on with the Twitter account, you can still check out Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story’s demo over on the page.

(Thanks for the news tip Revelator Zeed)

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