A popular Twitch streamer named John Wolfe took to Twitter last week to bemoan the fact that some gamers were modding their copies of the “Resident Evil 4” remake to change the physical appearance of some of the female characters to better match their voice actresses. “Looking through the Nexus Mods list for RE4 remake mods makes me want to gouge my eyes out,” he tweeted.
You know, for people who endlessly chant we have to respect other people’s choices, they seem really intolerant when people make choices they don’t agree with.
Wolfe also took offense at a mod that allowed players to mute a female character’s heavy breathing noises, something he claimed meant “women are to be seen and not heard!”
Hey John, here’s a wild idea. If you don’t like those mods, don’t use them! Isn’t that what leftists keep telling everyone? If you don’t like gay marriage, don’t get gay married. If you don’t like abortion, don’t get one. Seems like that laissez-faire attitude only extends to important things like video game mods that only the person who downloaded them sees.
And that, by the way, is the craziest part about Wolfe’s little temper tantrum. All the mods he’s complaining about are for use in the game’s single-player mode, meaning if he hadn’t intentionally gone on Nexus Mods in the first place, he never would have seen them!