Red Bull writes: Dragon Age: Inquisition is a marvellous game with some silly ideas about romance.
Bioware has always seemed to believe that sex is necessary for a game to be good. Neverwinter Nights didn't need it.....speaking of which, I think I'll install the Diamond edition and play for a bit.
It still had it, though. Especially the UGC stuff. But to go back to Dragon Age: is this even a relevant complaint any more? Dialog options in DA3 all have symbols attached to them, so you always know the "type" of dialog a response is. If you don't want to be bothered with the romances, simply don't flirt with the NPCs--dont choose heart-icon responses.
I didn't even try to get some in Dragon Age...or Jade Empire, but they forced it on me...wait..BioWare forced me to have sex :|....
Rape no laughing matter! You shouldn't be silent about what happened to you; consent is very important; please contact the proper authorities as soon as possible.
Hopefully EA will go down as the accomplice
No pestering needed when you're talking about Morrigan.
I love sex. No problems here:) As long as the rest of the game is great, what's the problem?
1. Sex is a natural thing adults do. Time to stop being grossed out. 2. This game was rated M for Mature. The reasons, as clearly stated before purchase, are "Blood, Intense Violence, Nudity, Sexual Content, Strong Language". You paid for sex. Why are you complaining? I don't understand why it matters what kind of tooltip they have for the lusty conversation pieces. The whole thing is adult fantasy and if you want sexy time, they show you the way.
Still doesn't mean that everybody wants to have sexy-time.
The real world is full of sex, why pretend it's not? DAI is fairly representing this.
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