Hot Potatoes: Life is Strange: True Colors, the latest entry in the long series, is being reviewed on Steam. The hate is not driven by gameplay, story, or other elements, but rather by setting a seemingly harmless flag.
Life is Strange: True Colors has so far received a very positive rating from 1,937 reviews, thanks to 87% of those who praised the game. Seeing the negative comments shows that most of them are written in simple Chinese.
The reason for the anger of Chinese users is to enter a code that is prohibited in their country. On Main Street in Haven Springs, there is a store called Treasures of Tibet that prominently displays the Tibetan flag outside the store.
The Flag That Causes All Controversy
For those who don't want to know, Beijing considers Tibet a breakaway province and claims it is part of China. For this reason, China banned the Tibetan flag as a symbol of independence. This is a political arena for many Westerners. The Fast and the Furious star John Cena recently apologized for calling Tibet a country. to the mainland. I suggest NEETs read more books, don't be stupid and find a job to support themselves. Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao and Tibet are forever part of China.
This is not the first time that Chinese Steam users have reviewed a game for political reasons. What made the lovely bear banned by Chinese censors in 2017.
Other examples of the previous review include the bombings Total War: Rome 2 to increase generals, contract-exclusive Metro games for the first year of Exodus and Shadow of the Tomb Raider sales shortly after its release.
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