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A member registered Jun 15, 2020

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Oh honey, that's not what I'm not talking about. I'm talking about the main character. I actually really dug the fact that, for the most part, there isn't a description of the MC so the player is free to imagine the appearance to their liking. Personally, I was pulled out of the story every time she got "white knuckles" when she's scared. There are people who play this who would like to have darker skin described for their characters, but the default is the MC having light skin. It would be cool to have racial inclusivity included, is all I'm saying. If you're okay with other inclusivity, you shouldn't have a problem with this unless you have a problem with darker skin people existing in irl. Not just one type of people play these games and it would be nice to include them. :-)

I say this with kindness, no judgment. Like, just think about it okay. It seems like a silly hangup to be okay to not include everyone in a game that showcases accessibility to everyone. It's just my opinion, we are all allowed to have one. :-)

Hmm, actually I didn't get that on my playthrough but it's a pretty interesting twist for those who got it.

that although this game touts inclusivity, it looks like only one type of inclusion is welcome as I couldn't customize my character and thus family members. Playing as one ethnicity and skin color and then seeing another on the screen and in description took me out of an otherwise engaging and well-written game. I'm looking forward to more of the story to see how it finishes but this takes the wind out of a really fun time I was having.