- Jan 30, 2017
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depends on the show or game.It's quite shocking to see people becoming really ugly just because there is a gay couple in a tv show (or a game).
This is an argument that I see a lot and it makes me SO annoyed because it just doesn't make any sense.As long as it's not forced for the sake of having gay characters to appeal to a wider audience.
@lemonsThis is an argument that I see a lot and it makes me SO annoyed because it just doesn't make any sense.
Listen; we are using RPG Maker.
Role Playing Game Maker.
The majority of the people who use this engine are creating Role Playing Games. The player assumes a role, which means that the player expects to be given choices about their role.
A player can be a different class, a player can equip different weapons, a player can choose who is in their party, etc etc.
I never said anybody had to do anything, I'm just offering my opinion on the matter. If romance is a part of a specific game's role-playing experience, in my opinion, it should be as open as any other choice it offers. I'm not saying all JRPGs or story lines with pre-defined characters should have this mechanic lol. Squall is himself and I'm okay with that; that character isn't mine, I didn't create him, so I won't change him. Ms. ButtfaceMcCow, the dark elf with a Mohawk who shouts from the mountain tops and eats 37 sweet rolls a day, already has the world as her oyster and romance shouldn't be the one exception to that. Of course, again, just in my opinion.don't tell me I can't restrict the love interests in my game to fit the main character's personality and character arc.