Game Devs DENY Harassment

Game News: Game Devs DENY Harassment

Both CD Projekt Red and Naughty Dog made statements over the weekend regarding some allegations -- for CD Projekt Red, it was about the way they treat their employees, and for Naughty Dog, it was over accusations of sexual harassment. Here's how each company handled their situation.

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  • RiverRunning

    1 month ago

    Worth noting that although Naughty Dogs Glassdoor score is current 4.4 their programmer interviews are rough as nails - and that comes from someone (me) in the programming field who's done work with 3D graphics... 

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    1 month ago

    The thing with CD Projekt being silent reminds me of the comments from a dev about how they're too scared to engage the fan base during development of a game. I have to give significant doubts to Glassdoor feedback. There's no validation of the statements, and anyone can leave a review even without working a minute with the company. On the Internet, this is highly suspect - or should be.


    As for Naughty Dog, it's one word against another at this time. I really dislike having doubts and not being able to take the guy or the company at their words when someone is being wronged here, but doubts is all I have all around and whatever wrong won't be righted until the truth comes out with certainty. worried

    • RiverRunning

      1 month ago

      I don't take the Glassdoor reviews with much seriousness at all unless there are a lot of very similar stories over a long period of time - recent reviews are not indicative when it comes to people who received a P45 or pink slip... everyone is annoyed when they are laid off... if things persist then that's an issue but to have had such a high score in the past suggests the opposite in the case of CD Projekt Red - that they are on the whole a good company to work for.


      There is very little in Naughty Dogs statement - they basically say - not our problem because we know nothing about it... that is not a statement, that is an excuse to ignore a problem. The chances are good this was a real issue and that it was swept under the carpet like it is in almost every case of sexual harassment(even so more likely in the case of male sexual harassment).