Which really isn’t any better an interpretation of the article than “context doesn’t matter”. The article doesn’t need re-interpreting to telegraph it’s point. Which, again, is “Cyberpunk 2077’s in-game context doesn’t matter if its marketing contributes to transphobia right now” which is the title of the article and is written in response to other writing highlighting that imagery and the reaction to it and the common defense of it.
I’m perfectly okay with people disagreeing with the arguments the article makes, I just don’t really see why doing so necessitates distilling the simple premise of it into a pithy statement that is disingenuous with what it actually states.
Personally, discussions around representation of under-represented demographics in video games is something I find interesting. I’m not trans, so my initial reaction was to consider this something inclusive. I find conflicting views, like the RPS article, to be pretty interesting, since they’re from such a different perspective than my own.