I did read and search, but I couldn't understand or find it, I became lost which is why I asked for help in understanding. I still can't find it, so please forgive me for being unable to find that.By arguing against a point I never made, and putting words in my mouth. I can't put it clearer than that. As for where, read the quote to which I replied with that.
Just to be absolutely clear, I would never ever put words in anyones mouth. If we are misunderstanding each other, then we are misunderstanding each other. Please give me the benefit of the doubt. I am trying my best to understand, I genuinely and sincerely have the best intentions and I do mean well, I swear by that. I ask you to point out specifically where this is happening so that I can try to understand, where there was previously misunderstanding, so that I can learn. If you just want to forget about it, that's fine too. I'm willing to just forget that part if we're just both not understanding.
Again, no. I would never dare do anything dishonest. Not because of what others would think of me, but because I would think bad of myself. I could not handle the bad feelings of knowing I had done something dishonest, so I never do dishonest things. Again Please give me the benefit of the doubt. I swear I am trying my best to understand. I am unable to pinpoint specifically where we have misunderstood each other, which makes the misunderstanding even more illusive, no matter how hard I try to untangle it and make sense out of everything.And I never said you did. Again you're putting words in my mouth.
I am 100% sure we are going to misunderstand each other again, so please do not assume the worst, I will try my best. I will say that I don't think NPC's popping into existence would make for a good NPC because procedurally generated NPC's would lack depth. I am only suggesting to unlock existing date-able NPC's to be able to be dated by any V character, only as an optional setting that is offered to the player at the start of their second playthough, at the beginning of New Game +. I do not necessarily want or suggest to change NPC's orientation, so much as I want the option, when enabled to make unlikely love stories possible where V and the NPC that normally wouldn't date them are still able to fall in love somehow, (which realistically happens throughout human history quite commonly, but somewhat mildly rarely, but often)Someone needs to create the NPCs, they don't just pop into existence.
CDPR literally creating an NPC to be of a specific orientation and a player changing the NPC's existing orientation are two very different things.
Unlikely love stories are real things that happen to real human beings in real life, I could try to find a few historical examples I suppose. Rare doesn't always mean impossible.No, it really wouldn't (and won't) be. It really, really wo(uld)n't.
No, that is not what I am thinking. I mean that, for this current example or idea if we could call it that, that the NPC's do not change their nature, and remain incompatible with V, and yet still manage to fall in love with them anyway, like the rare-unlikely-yet-realistic-love-story example.Yes, you are. You are asking, in an extreme case, for an NPC to change not only their sexual orientation (which is a major part of a person's nature) but also their views on things (the Bob example is only a relatively small change).
I am not disagreeing with what you said directly in that sentence and I even agreed with you. (shown below)He NEVER states that. Never. Not even once. In all his thousands (main character) of lines of dialogue, not a single time.
I already said that twice.
Wait, you are talking about a real NPC that already exists in another video game? I had no way of knowing that honestly. I thought the man who was implying the things you talked about how he was talking, but not stating what he was implying, as in without words I meant, was 100% theoretical and made up example person for the purposes of this conversation, and it really did make for a reasonable example so I went with it.
Also, I'm not claiming that they stated anything, I read what you said about the man not stating, but rather instead implying.
This was from the post you were replying to, I said:
"he is constantly talking about women and clearly indicating he is straight" "though he never explicitly states it"
Okay my bad I see where misread that, but I did notice this: So we established that he's not always literally stating that he is straight, but I would go as far as to argue that he is constantly making an active effort to imply it. Which is significant, but intentional or unintentional is difficult to say. He could be straight but very enthusiastic about his appreciation for the opposite, but the possibility that it is just a very skilled act at implying, is not impossible. I've seen that in real life before, it's extremely common. (I am absolutely not saying anything bad about anyone who is homosexual, and I was happy to see those individuals work through their thoughts and emotions and actually get to a point where they finally accepted themselves and stopped trying to hide it, so good on them )
But how can I possibly know this if you didn't tell me that they were from a game that I don't know the name of?You don't know what NPC or what game I'm talking about, so your assumptions are not based on any knowledge.
Does the character have a name? I can google it if you want me to learn about them, I will try to read to learn of them.
The game with the NPC, or Cyberpunk? You mean automatic NPC's just liking the player with zero effort? just to be clear this is not actually what I'm asking for to be optional. It's not quite what I mean at all, I wouldn't like that.And, again, I said the game has "player-sexuality" so I don't even see any point in discussing the whole thing.
(That entire paragraph about the NPC was a mere side point, too.)