Go **** yourself. Seriously. Every single time I've seen you post in OG, it's been to criticize, in an absolutely self righteous way, a subjective feature. "Oh that sucks because I don't like it." "Oh that's not cool, NO ONE will like that." "Haha, you don't know what good gaming is, I do!"
**** you. **** you with a thousand blazing poles.
Newsflash: The purpose of games is to provide fun. What is and isn't fun is an inherently subjective question, ie. everything
about games aside from technical parameters is completely subjective.
Even though I wouldn't call it caring. But preferring one character over another happens often enough and for more than game related reasons. At least for me.
Of course it happens. You'd have to be a moron to think devs would make differing characters for no ******** reason. Devs are gamers too, most of the time.
Being a gamer is no guarantee of being a good game developer. Otherwise there would be no bad games, and frankly I think the inclusion of marriage in Skyrim is a monumentally bad decision. Even if they do it really well and the characters are believable and fleshed out, it's still not going to fit into the game, at least judging by what we've seen of it so far. They're promoting it as a hack and slash game where you play a legendary dragonslayer, not a viking dating sim. My guess is that it's going to end up being one of those rarely used gimmicky features with no depth that you use once, go "huh, neat", and then get back to the monster killing.