Nov 9, 2021
John Gibson, the (now former) CEO of Tripwire Games tweeted an opinion about a newly enacted and unpopular Texas law. The Gaming Goat released images of their fishing game-themed game that showed a frog that looked like it was communicating symbols of white power. Both complain that they then became targets of “cancel culture” in gaming. What is cancel culture and were these people treated wrongly in anyway?
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