@csl316 said: We just had a thorough discussion on @imsh_pl blog about this very thing. And in a very civil, thoughtful manner (including many comments). The key point being that it's a game representing Polish culture. Really, read it to see the perspective of someone from over there. I was born there and spent many years there before moving to America, as well.And whether its intentional or not, when those fans say “Why should they include a person of color?” it ends up sounding a lot like “I’m glad they didn’t include people of color. It was right of them not to. The game would be ruined otherwise.”I'm sorry, but that is quite a leap to make. It makes me feel like any counterargument will be nullified immediately. You preface it with "intentional or not," but it also makes anyone with a different perspective not want to engage in a discussion.You yourself personalized your comment and made it clear that what you were saying wasn't a fact but simply how you feel. Maybe Mr. Walker could have done the same thing by adding "to me" a few times. That said, to me, it goes without saying that everything he says in a blog post is his opinion.@austin_walker said: And whether its intentional or not, when those fans say “Why should they include a person of color?” to me it ends up sounding a lot like “I’m glad they didn’t include people of color. It was right of them not to. The game would be ruined otherwise.”...To me It all feels like a desire for “the good old days,” where things–race, countries, games–were simpler. But there were no good old days. There were just days before we knew better.If someone has said "why should they include a person of color?" and did not mean it to come across the way Walker interpreted it, then they can explain what the phrase means to them in the comments. Then everyone gains a better understanding at where other people are coming from and we all grow a tiny bit more as people. I get the feeling that some people are reading his blog post in a confrontational tone but it doesn't have to be like that.