The insane bad guy from Far Cry 3, Vaas, has a few problems with dubstep and he's definitely channeling our feelings with this heartfelt rant. Video game characters are rarely the pioneers of social movements (look what Mario did for red suspenders: nothing) so there won't be much coming out of this, most likely. The effort is there though and we'll never fault anybody for bringing intensity to things that we hate too. Bringing intensity against us or things we like? That's a different story.
Love the gamble here by Ubisoft, risking the alienation of the entire dubstep-loving video game-buying public to appeal to the rest of us.