TSL - Cease and Desist
Started by Bludshot, December 06, 2012, 11:48:46 PM
Quote from: Neonivek on December 20, 2012, 12:19:25 AMThe Fatal Frames...Oddly enough in an interview they said they thought of having a male protagonist but said that a female one would be better since she is more helpless.While a part of me agrees in that people expect a woman to attempt to do things by just destroying stuff with her hands... It does get a bit uttarly stupid in the Third, the only one I own, when both female protagonists refuse to push heavy objects. (Oddly enough the only male protagonist is actually the weakest psychically and is thus able to hide from ghosts because of it.)Then again only one of the protagonists, of the three, is willing to duck down into small places. All the others will refuse.
Quote from: stika on December 20, 2012, 06:49:01 PMon a sidenote: Everyone who likes scary games should play the first fatal frame game.It's short, but one of the best in its genre imo
Quote from: crayauchtin on December 19, 2012, 10:23:40 PMHonestly, I think the only time I've ever seen a woman on a game box cover who was *not* scantily clad or sexualized is that Alice in Wonderland horror video game.... never played it, just saw the box. Little blonde Alice..... with blood all on her.
QuoteThat's sort of a narrow question, actually
QuoteI was happy to see a screenshot of Elaine Marley in there
QuoteI know, that's what's awesome about Elaine! Actually, throughout the series, she and Guybrush take turns each being the damsel and the rescuer, really.
Quote from: KatieHal on March 07, 2013, 07:51:26 PMIt also makes me think adventure games are kind of the black sheep in a lot of ways--never having been AS big as games like Mario and Zelda, they both could get away with new & different things (in this example, active female protags/rescuers/heroes), and are also not quite as recognized for those contributions.