lgraham at blitzgamesstudios.com
Fri Dec 3 11:25:14 EST 2010
I was wondering if I could ask for advice. I've just moved onto a project, and noticed that one of the lines of dialogue refers to 'handicapped people'. From what I've gathered, quite a few people find this term offensive - is this generally the case? We're trying to decide whether to cut the line, or whether to keep it (as some people on the team have never heard that it's offensive).
Any feedback would be much appreciated!
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