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So I ended up romancing Kaiden in ME3 (I am gay and play a broShep), but the entire time I was having one of  those awesomly engrossing bioware-iffic conversations with him, I felt like his interest in me was forced somehow.

I remember playing ME 1 and sort of what-iffing Bioware had the huevos to include a homosexual romance, and how Kaiden would be my pick… but the fact that it took ‘til the 3rd game raises some questions for me continuity-wise.

  1. Why now Kaiden?
  2. Is broShep Bi, or was he discovering himself in the midst of a genocidal attack by omnipotent machines?
  3. I’m glad homosexual relationships are being introduced to the VG format, but in this particular instance, since the continuity was already in-progress the relationship felt … token?

I’ve either succumbed to sexuality-labeling psychosis like the rest of the world or my heart is made of ice.

~~Forget it Shep, you and Kaiden should be whatever you want to beee~~

(via trizzopi)

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So here I am, in the Fade, trying to help some dumbass NPC dreamer kid from being turned into an abomination, and all my allies turn on me. It’s sorta retarded how obvious the demons of the Fade use their pasts against them. Except for Anders. No, he’s too busy being all eye-glowy and badass. My only viable [virtual] romance interest better not turn on me too….
I am getting way too into Dragon Age II. :D

So here I am, in the Fade, trying to help some dumbass NPC dreamer kid from being turned into an abomination, and all my allies turn on me. It’s sorta retarded how obvious the demons of the Fade use their pasts against them. Except for Anders. No, he’s too busy being all eye-glowy and badass. My only viable [virtual] romance interest better not turn on me too….

I am getting way too into Dragon Age II. :D