pc-gamer-chat-log-episode-11:-rizzing-up-our-favorite-videogame-beaus

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It is one other episode of the PC Gamer Chat Log podcast! This week, we have roped in affiliate editor Ted Litchfield, the knowledgeable in all issues digital romance. We’re chatting all about RPG amorous affairs and our favorite videogame squeezes.

At this level, it looks like RPG and romance go hand in hand. In spite of everything, what’s a little bit of world-saving with no few smooches alongside the way in which? We speak about a couple of of the foremost presiders over the RPG romance like BioWare and CD Projekt Crimson and the way a lot we both love or hate their eligible bachelors and bachelorettes.

Had been their romance methods really good, although? What even is an efficient romance system? Why are so many videogame characters simply wooed by being repeatedly spammed with the identical present? We speak about so-called “merchandising machine romances” versus ones that really check your reminiscence and information of characters’ personalities and which one we really want. 

Not all romances are intentional although, and we speak about which of our unintended love tales are our fave. We additionally confess that we could get just a little too defensive over who we knock digital boots with in these video games, as a result of nothing’s extra treasured than a bundle of romantic polygons.

As at all times, Lauren and I kickstart the podcast by letting you all know what we have been as much as this week. Shock! I really did one thing that wasn’t enjoying Tekken 7 or hitting the arcade for as soon as. Okay, I nonetheless did these issues. However I added just a little selection for as soon as, okay?

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