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Ubisoft Boss still doesn't understand why his company is so toxic

Ubisoft Boss still doesn’t understand why his company is so toxic

Photo: Christian Peterson (Getty Images) In a new interview with The Press, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot seemed to say that toxicity in the games industry stems from the “friction” needed in the creative process. The implication was that it was almost inevitable. Two years later a workplace for sexual harassment, misconduct and insulting the editor …

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Ubisoft Boss still doesn't understand why his company is so toxic

Ubisoft Boss still doesn’t understand why his company is so toxic

Photo: Christian Peterson (Getty Images) In a new interview with The Press, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot seemed to say that toxicity in the games industry stems from the “friction” needed in the creative process. The implication was that it was almost inevitable. Two years later a workplace for sexual harassment, misconduct and insulting the editor …

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Destiny 2 drops a new challenge, tacitly admitting there's a much bigger problem

Destiny 2 drops a new challenge, tacitly admitting there’s a much bigger problem

Image: Bungie Destiny 2The season of plunder was a surprisingly enjoyable adventure through space pirate fantasy so far, but it hasn’t been without its problems. The biggest yet materialized this week when a new story quest required players to kill 50 champions before they could progress. Bungie decided to auto-complete the challenge for players a …

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