If I can't make V chubby, 35 years old, and with a voice that sounds like a female version of Ben Stein then V 'aint me at all. XD I never understood the assertion that first person automatically equals "immersive" to some it does, but to me it's the opposite. I can get into and get lost in a game and story and world if I can see the protagonist rather than a pair of floating hands or a floating gun.some of their reasoning of why its first person doesn't make sense- "its first person because you are V." Okay, but V has a voice actor and a personality of their own and not everyone will be immersed by it; that only works if its a silent protagonist. V 100% does seem to have her/his own personality so it really doesn't make sense for ALL cutscenes and dialogue to be in first person. I want some freaking cutscenes like the apartment cutscene; THAT is immersive to me.