Tag: dei

Microsoft Eliminates DEI Team

A sea change appears to be coming in the tech industry. In April, Google CEO Sundar Pichai sent a memo that the company’s employees were to leave their politics out of the workplace. Now comes news – first reported by Business Insider – that Microsoft is going even further. Starting July 1, 2...

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Stellar Blade Developer Shift Up Goes Public, Institutes ESG Reports

Shift Up’s tenure as a video game studio that catered to its fans may be over. The South Korean company that made this year’s hit game Stellar Blade has just become a publicly traded company, and so far, it’s quite successful, getting $320 million in its initial public offering, according to B...

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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Will Be Free On Prime Day

If you’re morbidly curious about playing Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, the game that kicked off the Sweet Baby Inc. and DEI backlash – and Gamergate 2, all according to its secret mastermind’s plan – and cost Warner Bros. a reported $200 million, now’s the time. According to IGN,...

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Ubisoft CEO Says Remakes Will Modernize Old Assassin’s Creed Games

Ubisoft isn’t done fiddling with Assassin’s Creed. In a recent interview with Ubisoft’s communications director, Lucy O’Brien, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot talked about the video game developer’s plans for one of their premier franchises. In addition to having “Assassin’s Creed games co...

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Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn Gets Big Media Push As Sweet Baby Inc. Influence Looms

The next game to have Sweet Baby Inc.’s influence is on its way, and this one is disappointing because the studio behind it indicated they were reversing course. A while back, Kabrutus, the creator of the Sweet Baby Inc. Detected Steam curator and the website DEI Detected, appeared on the Geeks + ...

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Shareholder Questions Square Enix’s Use of Sweet Baby Inc.

The word is out on Sweet Baby Inc., and it’s not good. There have been signs in recent months that the consulting firm that helped destroy Rocksteady’s Arkham series with Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League (which was directly blamed for Warner Bros. losing $200 million in its first quarter...

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