I actually downloaded the game last night but haven't had a chance to play it yet (I'm still trying to finish up Final Fantasy XIII-2 anyway), so I haven't exactly seen any of the supposed anti-American material first hand. Though, I feel I must criticize Ken Levine (the game's creator) for one thing he said:
"The American Exceptionalism, theocracy-based power structure has been around the edges of American culture for a long time. BioShock Infinite gives it its full day in court."
You can't really have an honest, fair "day in court" if the "evidence" is nothing short of opinion and no real facts.
However, as a Conservative, and even with all the Tea Party stereotypes of "angry, old, white, anti(illegal)immigration, racist, Christian men", should we really be offended, considering they did the same thing to Ayn Rand and Collectivism in the first game. The sequel was also based on a religious cult which involved a pastor, though I wasn't offended by this because it's all too often the case that, if you want to convince people that what you're doing is right, and they are religious, then you just have to brainwash them with their religious leaders as your pawns.
What do you guys think? Personally, I paid my $59.99, so I'm going to still play it and (try) to get my money's worth, but do give your opinion. Is the game really, in your opinion, anti-Conservative/Anti-American?
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