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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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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:Pretty funny and the few problems don't really get in the way, April 4, 2015
by LisbonThe game's pretty darned funny, so much that I could mostly look past the usual choose your own adventure style that's been cropping up too much as of late. It takes serious Roman things and makes them incredibly silly and I love it when things do this.
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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