It takes a unique kind of person to create a video promoting an obviously fake video game about slavery, a sad part of our history that the majority of Americans do not find much humor in. Nonetheless, we live in an age where the Internet allows for all kinds of free speech - even the kind we do not agree with, find offensive, or find to be outright disgusting. Still, sometimes you have to look straight into the abyss to see the foolishness of humanity. Perhaps this is one of those moments, so we present the promotional video for "Slavery - The Game."
Clearly, it's not being developed by a spin-off company of Creative Assembly (Total War series developers) and the offices for the U.S. based company that allegedly is developing it (Javelin Reds Gaming) do not exist. Sega and Creative Assembly were quick to say publicly that they have nothing to do with this "game" as well. But truly, the thing being played is a game involving one anonymous jerk and the rest of the Internet.
Source: MSNBC's In-Game