I'm very curious about her because GB said in their presentation of her that she was very "smart & funny", something they didn't say about Ben who's on camera and mic all the time. Why would they say that, and why would it even be relevant if they didn't plan on having her in some of the features?
I get that she's hired as a video person but it made me curious about her.
I prefer to name my Persona protagonists after Star Wars actors and then give them the same surname of Hara (an actual Japanese name, don't know what it means, but being called Hara-San sounded good to me)
Persona 3: Mark Hara
Persona 4: Alec Hara
And Persona 5: Harrison Hara!
It means "meadow" or "field", and is spelled 原! :)
I made it as far as "SJW's" and I stopped reading. I expected better on this site.
Seriously, can we petition @rorie to implement a ban on the use of that term here. It's the new meaningless pejorative for people who get overly defensive about products and brands they have an unhealthy obsession with getting criticized in a manner they disagree with, but have no capacity to formulate a meaningful counter-argument.
It's actually already against the forum rules... I wouldn't worry, it's only a matter of time before some mod finds out and we can all breathe out again.
Why does it bother anyone that there are people out there who love this franchise so much and maybe hate to see it ruined by amateurish writing/VO/Animations, arguably the most important pillars of the Mass Effect series. No the animations where never great but there's a lot of it and a big part of the game nonetheless, Witcher 3 managed to do it 2 years ago, why not Bioware?
Regardless, the same way it's okay for critics to voice their disappointment and give low review scores, it should be okay for fans to voice their disappointment too (which makes even more sense if you think about it).
I guess we'll just disagree then. I just want to make it clear that while I don't think sexually assaulting someone in VR is as bad as doing it to someone in real life, I still of course think it's bad and should be a punishable offence (however difficult that may be to actually do in practice). While the psychological tear might be just as bad in VR as it is in real life (I even strongly question this argument), the assailant won't be able to do anything to you physically, and I think that counts for something and it is essentially what I mean when I say it isn't "as bad".