Seems another dim bulb has hopped aboard the "black people can never be villains" train with yet another dull look into the unreleased video game. It's a bit of a read, but nothing too long: Sometimes it's just racist... - Ta-Nehisi Coates See, I can debunk this entire incoherent rabble with only a few questions: 1. Ever played another Resident Evil? If so, why weren't you pissed that the first game contained only white people (And a LOT of CRAZY white people)? What about Resident Evil 4? Are Spaniards less of human beings than black people? /shitty arguments. Because I guarantee you this person has no experience with the previous games. All they see is this game and all they see is black people. Not only is this game being made in a country where black slavery didn't happen but Capcom has what amounts to nothing in their history that points towards racism. This is a problem our country has, we think that black people are soft, frail, broken people that constantly need our protection and to lash out at every possible thing that may be construed as racism. The response to this game is laughable. It proves the white guilt problem we have in this country. No one, I repeat, no one wrote about racism against Spaniards when RE4 came out and that thing was more popular than the Pope. Honestly take a look at our country and what we do. It's almost racism on parts of people like this guy who call it out and cry about it when in truth, there's nothing suggesting it. In the video game, these people are possessed by parasites (Of course he'd know that if he played the last game, how convenient ignorance can be in making a point!) so all this blabber about blacks being portrayed as vicious animals is null and void because just like in RE4, the parasite takes over the host and makes them hyper-aggressive and violent. People like Coates are the problem with the news media these days because they make stuff up and stir up problems over things they don't understand. You can tell how misinformed Coates is by his continued use of the ancient 35-year old gamer stereotype. Perhaps he is projecting? Thoughts?