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David M Mallon wrote:
lynora wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Debating on whether I should start another play-through of Mass Effect. Or, as I like to call it, Virtual Friends Simulator, volumes I - III.
I....have to agree with this assessment of that series of video games. And I will probably be spending the evening playing more Mass Effect 3....Liara is totally that annoying friend who has issues with boundaries....
I'd honestly be more inclined to put Kaidan in that category, myself...

There's a reason I chose not to save stalker-boy. His boundary issues go well past annoying. Maybe he's less creepy if you're playing a male Shepherd, but I spent the first game wanting to slap him during every conversation.

Andoran

lynora wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
lynora wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Debating on whether I should start another play-through of Mass Effect. Or, as I like to call it, Virtual Friends Simulator, volumes I - III.
I....have to agree with this assessment of that series of video games. And I will probably be spending the evening playing more Mass Effect 3....Liara is totally that annoying friend who has issues with boundaries....
I'd honestly be more inclined to put Kaidan in that category, myself...
There's a reason I chose not to save stalker-boy. His boundary issues go well past annoying. Maybe he's less creepy if you're playing a male Shepherd, but I spent the first game wanting to slap him during every conversation.

Nope. Either way, he says pretty much the same stuff in the third game. To me it seemed less like boundary issues than a total inability to pick up on social cues.

It also occurs to me that I'm talking about fictional characters like they're real people. I should probably do something about that...


David M Mallon wrote:
lynora wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
lynora wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Debating on whether I should start another play-through of Mass Effect. Or, as I like to call it, Virtual Friends Simulator, volumes I - III.
I....have to agree with this assessment of that series of video games. And I will probably be spending the evening playing more Mass Effect 3....Liara is totally that annoying friend who has issues with boundaries....
I'd honestly be more inclined to put Kaidan in that category, myself...
There's a reason I chose not to save stalker-boy. His boundary issues go well past annoying. Maybe he's less creepy if you're playing a male Shepherd, but I spent the first game wanting to slap him during every conversation.

Nope. Either way, he says pretty much the same stuff in the third game. To me it seemed less like boundary issues than a total inability to pick up on social cues.

It also occurs to me that I'm talking about fictional characters like they're real people. I should probably do something about that...

Well, you know I'm not going to scold you...I'm doing the same darn thing...

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