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About the StoryThis Roman adventure is just as good whether you're gay or straight. It's a thrilling tale of blood and conquest, and your sexuality is completely beside the point.
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My one main gripe is (Spoiler - click to show)the game over for asking for a female lover instead of a male one. Apparently someone's sexuality isn't beside the point and anyone who'd be more comfortable with a straight relationship's just a stupid bigot who deserves to die in a shallow grave. This is the one part in the entire game that came across as entirely serious and I doubt the disposition would remain the same if it was someone asking for a gay relationship in a game that first assumed a straight one.
Whatever, that's just a tiny bit of it. It's short, dumb, funny, and it's not Female Experience Simulator. Might as well give it a try.
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