XBOX Boss Phil Spencer Pushes for Multi-Platform Bans to Combat “Toxicity”

This has to be the most barbaric asinine argument I’ve ever seen, but of course it is the current year and it’s coming from some bigwig faggot at Microsoft no less so I can’t say I’m all that shocked.

Now I’m going to sound like a broken record as I repeat myself when I say that the modern video games industry is completely dead, a hollowed out husk being injected with woke faggotry, this goes for games in general but what’s even worse is the online experience.

I’ve noticed that the online gaming experience, particularly on the console side of things fell right off a cliff in terms of wokeness policies and safe space pandering for a more inclusive gayming experience upon the releases of the Xbox One and Sony GayStation 4 consoles.

Before the 8th generation of consoles if you were to play any game online the chat be it text based or VOIP would light up with incomprehensible nigger dialect and racist gibberish, I myself being one of the many squeakers who wouldn’t think twice about calling you a faggot.

Since the turn of the decade video gaming has become more and more political, more and more inclusive and accepting of mental illnesses and disgusting sodomites, the snowball effect has rapidly spiraled out of control in recent years to the point where just about everything to do with video games is either woke or pozzed garbage, there’s no escape anymore.

That is all the more true with the notorious Phil Spencer, head of XBOX advocating that more needs to be done to combat online abuse, biggotry and toxicity in games.

Because it’s never enough that we as consumers who buy said games are forced to do so with respective DRM platforms with our own account that can easily be uprooted and banned without warning, especially when it comes to console gayming as for what little voice chat remains on such platforms anymore both Microsoft and Soyny wont hesitate to suspend you for any minor infraction or “microaggressive” comment made to other individuals online.

For the PC we’re forced to buy our wares through Steam or god forbid third party DRM launchers such as Origin, uPlay, EGS, Battle.net or the Bethesda Launcher. You or I don’t actually own the games connected with such platforms and services, we’re merely renting the ability to play not unlike Microsoft’s cancerous monthly subscription Game Pass scheme.

So how can game developers do more to combat “toxicity” in online video gaming environments? Why banning players who commit such heinous acts as dead naming trannies or calling someone retarded across all platforms on games that feature cross-platform online playability, which in this day and age is something that certainly is quite enticeful to consoomers to sell shitty games.

Cross-play feature in games is a very enticing way to sell trash to consumers these days, assuming you probably have friends you can now play with said friends who are probably gay if not just financially incompetent to have bought a modern console instead of a PC but then again in this current market climate I couldn’t blame them.

Phil Spencer during an interview with The Jew York Times had this to say,

“Something I would love us to be able to do–this is a hard one as an industry–is when somebody gets banned in one of our networks, is there a way for us to ban them across other networks?”

Phil Spencer wishes that measures should be put in place so that individuals found to be in breach of say Microsoft’s or Valve’s terms of service be it for hate speech or because you did some minor calculations regarding the deaths of a few chosen peoples from the early 1940’s.

Either way, if you were to be banned from Steam or XBOX then you should be blacklisted and therefore banned from not just the one service but every major platform out there, cross-platform bans.

Phil also had another retarded brainfart with the suggestion that gamers can have their own “player ban list” and integrate it across differing platforms so that gamers will never have to play with individuals via cross-play who have been deemed “toxic”.

“I’d love to be able to bring them to other networks where I play. So this is the group of people that I choose not to play with. Because I don’t want to have to recreate that in every platform that I play video games on.”

With so many differing platforms out there, these retarded ideas would be impossible to actually implement, requiring an immense effort in pure anti-consumer kikery from Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo combined with respective PC platforms to work together to curb stomp wrong think.

Probably why Phil Spencer then diverted into discussing Microsoft’s new A.I. technology which apparently “monitors the sentiment of a conversation” as it tries to detect when a conversation is getting to a “destructive point”.

Online gaming in this current year is effectively devolving into communism, wish such retarded pushes for enhanced punishments across other major platforms all linking back to one particular individual who dared to say something deemed offensive by mentally unstable transvestites.