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#ActualAngleWyrm

Posted 07 September 2013 - 10:28 PM

is that racism when you are killing them because they are 'the enemy'
My definition of racism is a strong correlation between racial differences and enemy status. If the player can say "it's an alien, therefore it's an enemy" then I see that as a case of racism. In XCOM:Enemy Unknown, the player kills anyone who is an alien. But in Starcraft, it's insufficient to make a snap judgement that all Zerg must die.

#7AngleWyrm

Posted 07 September 2013 - 07:49 PM

is that racism when you are killing them because they are 'the enemy'
My definition of racism is a strong correlation between racial differences and enemy status. If the player can say "it's an alien, therefore it's an enemy" then I see that as a case of racism. In XCOM:Enemy Unknown, kill anyone who doesn't look like you. But in Starcraft, it's insufficient to make a snap judgement that all Zerg must die.

#6AngleWyrm

Posted 07 September 2013 - 07:40 PM

is that racism when you are killing them because they are 'the enemy'
My definition of racism is a strong correlation between racial differences and enemy status. If the player can say "it's an alien, therefore it's an enemy" then I see that as a case of racism.
 
In XCOM:Enemy Unknown, kill anyone who doesn't look like you. But in Starcraft, it's insufficient to make a snap judgement that all Zerg must die.

#5AngleWyrm

Posted 07 September 2013 - 07:36 PM

is that racism when you are killing them because they are 'the enemy'
My definition of racism is a strong correlation between racial differences and enemy status. If the player can say "it's an alien, therefore it's an enemy" then I see that as a case of racism.
 
In XCOM:Enemy Unknown, kill anyone who does not look like you. But in Starcraft, it's insufficient to judge enmity by race.

#4AngleWyrm

Posted 07 September 2013 - 07:36 PM

is that racism when you are killing them because they are 'the enemy'
My definition of racism is a strong correlation between racial differences and enemy status. If the player can say "it's an alien, therefore it's an enemy" then I see that as a case of racism.
 
In XCOM:Enemy Unknown, kill anyone who does not look like you. But in Starcraft, it's insufficient to say "They are Zerg, therefore they must die."

#3AngleWyrm

Posted 07 September 2013 - 07:35 PM

is that racism when you are killing them because they are 'the enemy'
My definition of racism is a strong correlation between racial differences and enemy status. If the player can say "it's an alien, therefore it's an enemy" then I see that as a case of racism.
 
In XCOM:Enemy Unknown, kill anyone who does not look like you. But in Starcraft PvP, it's insufficient to say "They are Zerg, therefore they must die."

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