"Bethesda has said that you can't romance a dog or a robot in Fallout 4, but that won't stop the Beyond crew from trying."
Hey boy that's a nice bone you got there.... Want to see mine ?
Ouch ..I don't think you'd want a dog to bite that
Woof woof Bleep bloop
I'd like to see FISTO's 2nd gen model FURRO, now with 3 speeds.
The thing about videogames is that they allow us to experience and enjoy things, virtually, that we would never, ever consider doing in real life. Violence, agony, villainy, fear, and yes, even sex. This is clearly something that a lot of people want in their video games. And we have it - unofficially. There are online communities of people - extremely talented people - who pour many, many hours of work into adding adult content to various video games. And sex (not just Disney-level romance) in videogames is, slowly, starting to become more commonplace. The Mass Effect and Dragon Age series have been toying with it. The Witcher series has, too, and is a bit bolder. Heck, GTA4's dlc The Lost and Damned had (brief) full-frontal male nudity, something I would have thought would never happen in a AAA title. Yet there it is. It probably won't happen soon, but maybe in 10, 15 years, we'll get a game where you actually can boink your followers on camera. Or Fawkes. Or the dog.
this podcast fell so fall from what it once was.
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