Rockstar Addresses Criticism For Lack Of Women Empowerment In Its Games

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Rockstar Games has long been criticised for the lack of women empowerment in its games. Rockstar Vice President Dan Houser addresses the criticism and shares his views on the topic.

In an interview with Vulture’s Harold Goldberg, Dan said that he believes Red Dead Redemption 2 will eliminate the criticism for once and for all. He mentions an old intellectual who goes by Lillian Powell, “who’s come back to the South from New York, who’s almost like a Dorothy Parker character.”

“There are also ones who are weak and ones who are weak and become strong and ones who think they’re strong but are not. And that goes for men, too.”

“It was a time when women were beginning to question [their roles], and the Wild West was an area where people could invent themselves for the first time; many of the people who were inventing themselves were women.”

“They were no longer constrained by society because there was no society.”

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