Humans have such a capacity to assign personalities and love to objects. We do this because we love them. It's interesting then that our fears over AI are that they won't love us back and will instead hate us.
When given the chance, I always seem to opt to play the "nightmarish horror" race. If I can, I play the Flood... the Zerg... Necromorphs... Aliens... If I knew anything about Warhammer, I'd play Tyranids too.
Games don't get good 20+ hours in. That's just Stockholm Syndrome setting in. You got used to a bad game in order to justify your purchase of it and to continue playing it. Don't sympathize with bad devs.
Cats are magical. There's just something special about when you pet them and they purr super loud and act as if every single stroke of your hand is the most pleasure they've ever experienced in the world.
We are now in the era of humanity where, "I don't want to have a detailed explanation of an opinion and possibly tolerate that I might be wrong" is a valid excuse for criticizing things. IE: "Length is bad!".
I always find it amusing when devs design things in their game with no concept of human behavior and no drive to study human behavior. It's like trying to cook a meal without knowing how a stove works.
A surprising number of plugins have appeared for MZ since last year. I'm currently making a "shopping list" so that I'll know what I need to test when I switch over to MZ later this year. Much of it is stuff updated from MV plugins, but there are also a good number of new things. It'll be fun to test it all out.