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You don't need a political science degree to recognize an underdeveloped leader. It's not just American government systems that need experience for their roles, every government does.

I didn't say her art was bad, only that it could be better which is true for anything. I won't go easy on myself for my art, I'm not going to go the easiest on others. I'm pretty sure I would know that art isn't easy, thank you very much.

You might use games to relax and don't care about realism, but there is no one way of playing a game and it's tyranny to try and control how others play them. I personally read visual novels like books, searching for social criticism and whatnot. There is no definition for how you have to play a game, and just because I criticize it afterwards doesn't mean I didn't enjoy it or relax.

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You based your knowledge on your HIGHSCHOOL AMERICAN government class, as if that meant you held all the information to all government. Also, there are PLENTY of forms of government with underdeveloped leaders. You don't know as much as you think about politics at all, so you might want to get over yourself a bit. Please do us all a favor and stay in school a bit longer. Also, honestly, SERIOUSLY, how would you feel if someone told you to "get better" at your art, and without you even ASKING for their opinion? Maybe this is better for them; that's why it's called ART. You might as well have said it was bad, it was extremely inconsiderate.

But you know what, I'm not gonna argue with you anymore; obviously there's a stick somewhere up in that rear of yours that can't be moved. If you want to take serious meaning out of a game genre thats mainly meant for romance then that's your own problem. (By the way, the definition of a game is, "a form of play" or "an activity engaged for amusement," so again: not meant to be taken serious even if you decide to do so.) You were very rude, and if you can't see that and want to make excuses then that's on you. But maybe you should keep that in mind for the future, because not everyone will appreciate your rude 'criticism' and overall dryness. (To be blunt, no one likes a buzzkill/stick in the *ss.)

I hope you learn to lighten up a bit. I won't be responding again, as I see it's a waste of time with you. Regardless, have a good day. :)



Game: "a complete episode or period of play, typically ending in a definite result."

Not all games are for fun, and for proof you can look at VNs such as Cupid. "Fun" does not mean free from criticism, either, although for some reason you think that anyone who criticized a game just took it too seriously or didn't have fun.

There are plenty of forms that have underdeveloped leaders, but that doesn't mean the leaders are good at what they do. Alex assigned her best friend to a high governmental position, creating a kind of oligarchy which I PERSONALLY (again, PERSONALLY) didn't like. This wasn't based on what I learned in AP Gov (I honestly didn't even learn much from that class yet), just what I noticed and felt as I played.

Did I say I was going to drop out of school?

"not meant to be taken serious even if you decide to do so"

You have a stick up your rear as well. Games can be just as serious as any other medium, and you don't personally get to define what game makers mean for their players to feel. Like I said, YOU personally don't get to decide how people have to feel when they play games. Need an example of a game "meant" to be taken seriously? Talos Principle is serious. They literally hired philosophers to work on it. You decided by yourself that all games were made for fun and not meant to be taken seriously, but that's not the case. A lot of game makers take their medium seriously, and you just pulled the middle finger on them.