Kaftan Barlast Posted February 14, 2009 Share Posted February 14, 2009 (edited) I glanced at two films yesterday and read a bit in a book I have, in all three of these the main male and female characters end up having sex. But in all the games I have ever played, only a handful contained any hint of romantic relationship or lovemaking of some kind. Whats up with that? Sex and romance is part of human nature, and is present in every other form of art and entertainment except games (with obvious exceptions) I was playing Fear 2 and there is a female officer by the name of Stokes involved. Now if human logic would apply to games, she and the main character Beckett would definently get something going. But I a sneaking suspicion that this will never happen, which is a shame. They could at the very least share an MRE together after having blown the villains to smithereens. So why dont we have as much love and sex in games? Is it because we dont want it? Is it the traditional ****ed up american morality? Are developers afraid to include it? Or is it just that the medium is too immature? Edited February 15, 2009 by Gorth Circumventing the language filter DISCLAIMER: Do not take what I write seriously unless it is clearly and in no uncertain terms, declared by me to be meant in a serious and non-humoristic manner. If there is no clear indication, asume the post is written in jest. This notification is meant very seriously and its purpouse is to avoid misunderstandings and the consequences thereof. Furthermore; I can not be held accountable for anything I write on these forums since the idea of taking serious responsability for my unserious actions, is an oxymoron in itself. Important: as the following sentence contains many naughty words I warn you not to read it under any circumstances; botty, knickers, wee, erogenous zone, psychiatrist, clitoris, stockings, bosom, poetry reading, dentist, fellatio and the department of agriculture. "I suppose outright stupidity and complete lack of taste could also be considered points of view. " Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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