Square Enix Reminding us of their Wokeness with Final Fantasy Co-Director Praising The Last of Us 2’s Diversity
10 July 2021
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Square Enix has been on the shit list for just about everyone who retains common values yet like other companies such as Capcom, Square Enix have fallen victim to the Yiddler’s political agenda of being inclusive towards faggotry and diversity.

Though Square Enix doesn’t really make video games anymore, they’re just another Yiddlerd publisher shoveling pozzitivity onto the gayming industry, unless of course  you want to speak about the Final Fantasy series and its infinite remakes chasing the latest trends entirely to milk the goyim dry.

Because the series as a whole has really devolved since Final Fantasy XIII, which is probably down to Motomu Toriyama who states that FF13 was his favorite title in the series.

It just hasn’t really been the same since Hironobu Sakaguchi left, though it probably shouldn’t surprise anyone as current co-director Motomu Toriyama recently praised the diversity of Naughty Dog’s “The Last of Us 2” in a recent interview with TheGamer.

“The Last of Us Part 2 really delivered on its consideration for diversity. Right down to the UI, and I would imagine that the cost of debugging on that game was massive. However, having achieved that makes it a great game that sets a benchmark for the industry.”

In complete support of the LGBT propaganda in the video games of today, Motomu Toriyama believes as if The Lesbians of Us 2 has set the benchmark for inclusivity and POZZitivity singing the praise of Naughty Dog’s latest political “masterpiece”.

“I think that expressing diversity with LGBTQ+ inclusion is an important issue for everyone involved in making content, not just people making games,”

“In Final Fantasy 7 Remake, we rebuilt the original game using the latest technology, but we felt that it should not stop at the technical side and we needed to update the story content being shown in line with modern sensibilities.”

I don’t think we really needed anymore evidence to avoid any future Final Fantasy titles but it’s just fantastic knowing that the proud folks over at Square Enix have taken the initiative with the FFVII Remake to accommodate liberal faggots and their fragile sensitives which has been made abundantly clear with drastic changes to the Honey Bee Inn which was once a brothel in the original game but has since been changed to highlight and promote the faggot diversity agenda by incorporating a crossdressing dance off.

This is of course just another major change made within the FFVII remake, with another being the reduction of Tifa’s breasts because if a good looking fictional character in a video game has breasts that would be deemed misogynist.

Such changes were met with a pozzitive attitude by Motomu Toriyama during another interview where Motomu stated:

“It started when we were looking for ways to adapt Cloud’s cross-dressing scene from the original game.

This was a very famous part of FINAL FANTASY VII, so we knew from the beginning we would include it in the REMAKE. However, we hadn’t decided exactly how we would portray Cloud wearing a dress.

When we started to remake the Wall Market section, I came up with the idea to make the scene more of an extravaganza, and have it take place during a musical number on stage.”

Q: It’s a very different approach to the original game. Why did you make that decision?

“Given how famous the cross-dressing was in the original FINAL FANTASY VII, we were aware that people would have high expectations for the remake. We knew we had to do it in a way that both lived up to those expectations, but took modern sensibilities into consideration.

For example, fans these days expect stories and dialogue in games to go beyond stereotypical depictions of gender. Through Andrea’s lines and the lyrics of the backing track, Stand Up, we tried to build in a positive and supportive message for Cloud during his cross-dressing scene.”

With other alternatives for the remake being a friendly man-on-man massage between Andrea and Cloud and or pole dancing, yes pole dancing. Though Motomu Toriyama did not mention exactly who would be performing the pole dancing though we don’t really need to know those specific details to know that everything to do with the changes inclusives faggotry one way or another.

Q: Were there other ideas considered beyond the dancing, or was the scene envisioned this way from the start?

“No, we did have a few other proposals. One idea, which was perhaps closer to some parts of the original, was that Andrea would meet Cloud in a bathhouse. Being impressed with his muscles after giving him a massage, he would decide he was a great candidate for a makeover.

But the idea of a massage overlapped with Madam M, so I decided against this option.

There were a few other ideas too, and some of these were incorporated into other rooms, separate from the main stage.”

Q: Who’s actually dancing? Did you bring in professionals for motion capture?

“Yes – for this scene, we commissioned a team of professional dancers that create burlesque shows and choreography. They proposed changing the concept and choreography for each section of the dance-off.

We actually went through multiple recordings and corrections when making the scene.

Initially, for example, there was a pole dancing scene included, which meant that filming began on an elaborate set. We decided to take that part out due to the impact on the rating!”

Final Fantasy fanatical faggots really seemed to take the changes to the Honey Bee Inn in a POZZitive aspect, with Toriyama gleefully expressing relief that the brainless muppets have gobbled up his propaganda without issue and that going forward with future releases even more game changes will be made to diversify and accommodate sensibilities.

People who have played the game responded very positively to the Honeybee Inn. How did you feel when you saw the reactions?

“This scene is a key example of something that was changed dramatically from the original FINAL FANTASY VII. I was a bit worried about what fans of the original game would think, but the whole scene got a much more enthusiastic reception than I could ever have hoped for, so I was quite relieved.

Going forward, I’m sure some parts of the remake will differ significantly from the original. I hope this scene can be a good example of how to approach such changes.”

So it makes no surprise that Motomu Toriyama has always been a giant faggot pushing to incorporate progressive propaganda in Final Fantasy to cater towards the vocal outcry of the LGBT faggot minority.


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