October 15, 2017
The eternal gook strikes again!
After years, nay, decades of relentless self-flagellation and emasculation, Canada has been on the brink of total cuck-pocalypse. And being pushed to the edge of that cliff, they decided to take a bold step forward by electing Justin “Weed” Trudeau to lead them into the abyss.
All hope seemed lost for the inhabitants of the frozen wasteland. Eternal darkness would cover their lands.
But one day, beyond all hope, a small light was lit. A Canuck studio announced an upcoming game viciously mocking the gooks.
The whole world thought “maybe something good can come out of Canada after all.”
But then, of course, some chink whined. So they decided to shit-can the whole project.
Last month, Motherboard reported on a racist video game made in Canada called Dirty Chinese Restaurant, in which players manage a Chinese restaurant and either make it into a “prestigious Oriental establishment” or a “real filthy dive.” Today, developer Big-O-Tree games (pronounced like bigotry) announced that the game is not only canceled, but that it has started taking down marketing materials for the game. Bullshit averted.
I was… I was really looking forward to playing that. Feels bad, man.
In a Facebook post released Thursday, Big-O-Tree said it has “decided it was not in anyone’s best interest” to release the game, and apologized to the Chinese community.
“We would like to make a sincere and formal apology to the Chinese community and wish to assure them that this game was not created with an intentional interest of inflicting harm or malice against Chinese culture,” the post read. Its website, which previously displayed screenshots of the game displaying offensive stereotypes of the Chinese community and updates on the game, has also been taken down and replaced with the statement.
The point of the game was merely to portray the Chinese in a realistic way.
This announcement came a little more than a week after US congresswoman Grace Meng posted a takedown of the game on Twitter. “This game uses every negative and demeaning stereotype that I have ever come across as a Chinese American. How we portray people matters,” she wrote.
It does matter! That’s why this game would have been so great – we need the people to be better aware of the chink menace.
We also need people to understand the well documented health hazards of eating gook food.
Not to mention, the dangers to our beloved house pets.
Hopefully, the game is leaked somehow and we can enjoy what I’m sure is a masterpiece of humor and game design.