You Can Thank Women For Dragon Age 3’s Lack Of Creepy Sex Plot

Kotaku - Hearing that women make a difference in game development is one thing, seeing what it means in practice is another. Recently, David Gaider—lead writer on the Dragon Age franchise—posted a blog about how having women on his writing team affected something in Dragon Age 3.

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Axonometri1783d ago

Thank you Women.
Keep your sex garbage plot lines out of my games... They will be much more enjoyable now.

SilentNegotiator1783d ago

Thank you, prudes! Now we can enjoy the violence, sex free!

TheTwelve1783d ago

Thank you women, then. There are all kinds of other ways for people to have fake-sex on the internet. I don't play games to get hit on by virtual males and females. --- 12

Axonometri1783d ago

How do I get disagrees for having my own opinion on what I like or dislike? Our country is far too liberal.

aliengmr1782d ago

You put your opinion out there for people to read and some disagreed with your opinion. Plus, you came off a bit challenging, which added fuel to the fire.

Which country are you referring to?

PraxxtorCruel1783d ago (Edited 1783d ago )

Not surprised. There was once this one other game I liked and when I heard they were making a sequel to it. This was years ago, 10+ . I was excited, when the game came out and I played it, I found they had replaced the last male project lead with a woman lead. The game had practically been rewritten, it had nothing that made the prequels great. Was a complete abomination.

Alos881783d ago

Is anyone else wishing they knew more about this cut content? It's hard to imagine how it would have divided people like this with what little information we have.

Sketchy_Galore1783d ago

I just thanked one and they threw me out of the coffee shop. Maybe I shouldn't have been so loud and aggressively sarcastic.

pech11ac1783d ago

"Sometimes it takes a woman...". Jesus, thats patronizing from someone who is trying to inspire feminism - or is she? It seems as if men should stop writing plots and let the pros (the women) take care of that.

She is missing the point in the examples she mentions and the cut from Dragon Age she is referring to, never gets explained; so what is it those female writers are on the fences about?

Back to her last remark; while men apparently don't see sexual plots where women see them, it seems as if women don't see patronizing comments where men see them. Sometimes it takes a man...

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