Racism & Resident Evil 5 Part One: What is racism? |

I have been positively impressed by the work of some bloggers in their attempt to deconstruct our society at all levels, even in gaming. Look at this quotation from this blog analyzing the game “Resident Evil 5.”

E.g. the way all “civilized” characters speak english, while spanish is used as some way to exotize zombies”

Good work!

Racism & Resident Evil 5 Part One: What is racism? |.


About Dennis R. Hidalgo
I am a historian of the Atlantic World. I am passionate about people, those alive in the present and those who left little trace of their past.

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