1. #11
    Originally Posted by LeoRaptor1979 Go to original post
    They never said there wouldn't be certain situation where you wouldn't have a choice. They said they would give you the option to choose. They can't make the whole game where you get to choose. How else did the DLC ruin the game?

    I wasn't insulting anyone by my comment. I was just saying that people need to stop saying the DLC ruined the game because it didn't.
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    As part of the experience of living your own personal odyssey, you can choose to role-play as an asexual character, McCoubrey pointed out.
    “We’re not forcing you to do something you don’t want to do,” she said. “So if you’re somebody who’s asexual, you don’t have to engage in something like this. It’s not forced. It’s very much your choice."
    https://stevivor.com/features/interv...hips-possible/

    “Since the story is choice-driven, we never force players in romantic situations they might not be comfortable with,” Dumont says. “Players decide if they want to engage with characters romantically. I think this allows everybody to build the relationships they want, which I feel respects everybody’s roleplay style and desires.”
    https://ew.com/gaming/2018/10/09/***...odyssey-lgbtq/


    So yes, they said they would never force these things on players. Multiple times.
    It didn't ruin the game for you. For others it did. So no, they shouldn't stop saying that.
    Now again, drop this since it isn't the topic.
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  2. #12
    How did this thread get so off topic?

    What order do you play the DLC was the idea of the thread.
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  3. #13
    Originally Posted by LDS_Darth_Revan Go to original post
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    As part of the experience of living your own personal odyssey, you can choose to role-play as an asexual character, McCoubrey pointed out.
    “We’re not forcing you to do something you don’t want to do,” she said. “So if you’re somebody who’s asexual, you don’t have to engage in something like this. It’s not forced. It’s very much your choice."
    https://stevivor.com/features/interv...hips-possible/

    “Since the story is choice-driven, we never force players in romantic situations they might not be comfortable with,” Dumont says. “Players decide if they want to engage with characters romantically. I think this allows everybody to build the relationships they want, which I feel respects everybody’s roleplay style and desires.”
    https://ew.com/gaming/2018/10/09/***...odyssey-lgbtq/


    So yes, they said they would never force these things on players. Multiple times.
    It didn't ruin the game for you. For others it did. So no, they shouldn't stop saying that.
    Now again, drop this since it isn't the topic.
    When they said that they were talking about the main story not the DLC. They said the DLC would be focused on the Bloodline which means you would more then likely have a child. If you think that having a child ruined the game then you have some serious issues.
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    Originally Posted by Acid_Mars Go to original post
    How did this thread get so off topic?

    What order do you play the DLC was the idea of the thread.
    Thank you Acid_Mars. As OP stated, please keep on topic as to keep the conversation civil and respectful. This has definitely started to get off topic, as well as users attacking others.
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  5. #15
    Originally Posted by Acid_Mars Go to original post
    How did this thread get so off topic?

    What order do you play the DLC was the idea of the thread.
    It really comes down to choice. I dont think the order matters to effects the storyline.
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