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A 24 year old game with no significant upgrades and they still didn't put in enough effort to make sure the physical copy was bug-free.

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@chaosbrigade: As though "Asians" are all one homogeneous group. What you really meant to say was MAINLAND CHINESE people are sick of non-Mainland Chinese trying to represent their culture. Mainland China would be even more angry if Japanese people tried to make a movie about them than they are that the US did. It's got nothing to do with Asian vs. non-Asian.

P.S. I'm sick of this identity politics BS grouping people and entire continents into huge homogeneous groups. Black people within a single country in Africa diverge wildly in terms of their politics (look at tribes in Rwanda), let alone whole continents or the planet. So do Europeans. There's no such thing as "white" or "black" or "Asian" culture. There's a huge diversity of cultures and political views across our planet which roughly correspond to nation states, but not always.

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@Atzenkiller: Hate to break it to you, but PS5 is even bigger/taller than Series X

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@Atzenkiller: I largely agree, but the 360 slim with the chrome edges and touch sensor buttons is one of the most elegant and high class console designs of all time.

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My BenQ monitor can already do this. It's a nifty feature that makes a lot of games look better.

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@Jinzo_111887: Fun fact about those 90s cartoons: you can't find the old Tailspin episode "Lost Horizons" on Disney's streaming service. Three guesses why not. Hint: it's a prophetic meta-commentary on the CCP.

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@tyruduvu: Well actually woke = supporting communist policies, so it's actually ultra woke to back Communist China! Ask your nearest Marxist professor - he'll agree.

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@Barighm: Hmm well do you think it would've been morally justifiable for Disney MGM to have filmed a movie in 1938 Berlin? Which actually wouldn't have even been as bad as this because the concentration camp system in Germany was just getting started at that time, whereas in China it's already quite elaborate in that particular province.

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Disney = cultural communist traitors who betray their own country and set up shop in a place where people are being put through concentration camps.

You really can't overstate the depth of evil going on at this corporation, yet Disney is also so morally self-righteous it feels like it has the right to judge people in the past by putting disclaimers in front of supposedly "racist" movies.