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Even a video game's 'Make America Nazi-free Again' slogan ticked some people off - Washington Post

Being anti-Nazi has typically been a pretty safe bet. For movies and video games, sweeping an entire demographic of people into archetypal villain roles is fraught with politically incorrect peril. Ask any Native American who rolls his eyes at the ...and more »

Wolfenstein, a Gaming Franchise About Killing Nazis, Gets in Twitter Spat About Nazis - Popular Mechanics

If you don't remember basic plot line of 1992's Wolfenstein 3D, allow me to sum up: You, William Joseph "B.J." Blazkowicz, are a WWII American spy held captive in Castle Wolfenstein. Level by level you shoot your way out, killing a slew of Nazis in the ...and more »

A new video game is using 'Make America Nazi Free Again' as its main ad slogan - Business Insider

"NOT MY AMERICA" trumpets a new trailer for upcoming first-person shooter "Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus." The capitalized text, overlaid on video of goose-stepping Nazi soldiers marching through the streets of the game's fictional 1960s America, is ...and more »

Alt-Right Gamers Are Not Happy About 'Wolfenstein II' Because It's Proudly Anti-Nazi - Tech Times

"Make America Nazi-Free Again," says Wolfenstein II's official game slogan. It's quite a statement to make, but it's also fairly uncontroversial, right? Because of course — America should naturally be free of Nazis. Well, some have taken issue with ...and more »

Nazi-Killing Video Game 'Wolfenstein II' Angers Nazis With 'Make America Nazi-Free Again' Slogan - Newsweek

nazi flag A sign equates the Confederate flag with the Nazi flag at a protest in Columbia, South Carolina, on June 23, 2015. Joe Raedle/Getty Images. Share. U.S. Video Games Nazis. It's a hell of a time in America when a video game taking an anti-Nazi ...and more »

An upcoming Nazi-killing game is attracting attention with a Trump-style slogan - the Irish News

It looks like the hotly anticipated game Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus just got a bit more political. The Bethesda Softworks game is set in Nazi-occupied America in 1961, in an alternate universe where the Nazis won the Second World War. Ahead of ...and more »

Right-wing gamers are furious about the American Nazi-killing in 'Wolfenstein II' - Mic

In a new promotional tweet for its upcoming video game, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, developer Bethesda shared a video clip of Nazi soldiers marching, with the caption “Make America Nazi-Free Again. #NoMoreNazis #Wolf2.” The video itself is just a ...and more »

'Make America Nazi Free Again' slogan in Wolfenstein II enrages right-wing gamers - International Business Times, Singapore Edition

Nazi killing video game 'Wolfenstein II' is now in the midst of controversy because of the 'Make America Nazi Free' slogan. By Nirmal Narayanan. October 7, 2017 14:01 +08. Picture for representation Reuters. 'Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus', the ...and more »

Why Bethesda used a dark, digital board game to promote Nazi-shooter Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus - The Drum

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is a hyper-violent video game set in 1960s Nazi-occupied America. It serves as a modern update to a franchise grounded in the infancy of the first-person-shooter genre. As part of a vast campaign, marketing agency ...and more »

Video game franchise criticized for 'Make America Nazi-free again' tweet - The Jerusalem Post

Twitter is embroiled in an ongoing debate about whether or not it is controversial to be anti-Nazi. By Jacob Goff Klein. October 9, 2017 10:50. 1 minute read. > US Congressman blames George Soros for Charlottesville far-right rally · >. Spencer leads ...and more »