i played a game where the woman had a gun, i pulled out my gun, she said wait hold up, then shot me.
i don't mind shooting a woman . if someone is shooting at me, i shoot back no matter the sex or age and that's how you stay alive !
I would not like to blow women's head off with a shotgun.
Most people would find that very offensive.
How is it offensive? People die in videogames all the time...
Hmm... *sniff-sniff*, I think I smell a little sexism in here.
I don't know, there could be some takedowns where you hit them with a bottle of beer, push them onto the table, smack their face around...feminists could find a lot of ways to say that those types of scenes look like they are "promoting domestic violence", even though the entire context of the game has not a single connection to the given idea. But at the most, I wouldn't mind seeing female hostiles. Haha.
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I was just wondering if will be any female survivors that you shoot, fight, or whatever. It would a more exciting in my opinion to have female enemies as it could possibly change the dynamics. I mean who wouldn't want to blast a woman's fast off with a shotgun in game or a melee beatdown (maybe I'm going a little over the top) Even though males would be dominmant in survival it would be unrealistic to have only men.
no, I don't think it's realistic to have to fight women at all. first off, those man group up and try to survive, but women are more likely to flee (for both the fungus or the survivors), I don't mean with that that women are cowards, not at all, they realise that the only way to make it out alive, is by trying to avoid the problem, they are smarter than men, men are generally proud and believe in 'survival of the fittest', they will just try to survive whatever it costs. But back to the women, we have seen fungus infected women, which is realistic, but we will not see women survivors, that's just not realistic if you ask me
While having some female enemies would certainly help balance the game's realism, I wouldn't be surpirsed if there weren't any in TLOU. People are so quick to falsely accuse everything of sexism nowadays, so not having female enemies could be a good cover-your-**bleep** move by ND to avoid all the "oh my god this game is promoting domestic violence!" nonsense.
It's not sexist or morally wrong to include females in the slightest, though, so for the sake of realism and variety I hope we see more women in the game.