E: lulzily enough, there's more people named Kavon Martin in the US than there are with my 'normal' name. --- Every time I try to go where I really wanna be it's already where I am, 'cuz I'm already there XBL, PSN, Steam, Origin, BSN, GFAQs, MC: PhilOnDez
This is about as racist as calling an African-american male a "black dude" --- Laugh, and the world laughs with you. Weep, and you weep alone. The armory of god is guarding me but all you can see is holographic artistry.
4 people in the entirety of the United States, so no, it's not among the most common names at all. Ubi's PR response has just been debuked. Thanks.
That's 4 people named Kavon Martin. There are 3 people with my relatively popular name (Phillip [Redacted])
TC trying too hard.
E: Also, the most accepted pronunciation for the name is Kav-in, like Kevin but with an A, not Kay-vawn, like Trayvon.
E2: What year does Watch_Dogs take place in? All I could find was 'near future' which would mean that they likely just grabbed the thousand most popular names for men and women (based on the claims of 'generated from a list of over a 1000 names') off of 2000's census data which Kavon would most certainly have been a part of since the people born in 2000 would now be coming of age. Very believable on their part. --- Every time I try to go where I really wanna be it's already where I am, 'cuz I'm already there XBL, PSN, Steam, Origin, BSN, GFAQs, MC: PhilOnDez
And this, my dear GAMEFAQs members, is what we call "sensationalism" and "grasping for straws". Wow, someone's name rhymes with that of an NPC in a video game. Must be racism! --- Intel Pentium II OC @ 450 MHz | 128 Mb RAM | Falcon Northwest Special Edition Maxi Gamer Xentor 32 SE | 2x 4 Gb Seagate HDD
"it’s a random mix of first names and last names."
"in fact, these names were solidified in-game before the Trayvon Martin incident.”
So, which is it? Were the names set and solidified in the game before the incident happened, or are they randomly generated? --- "That's NASCAR tactics." "Opinions are like magnets, nobody knows how they work." - Foppe