This is truly as astonishing thing to learn. You see, I love this game series and stayed away from all media regarding it because I didn't want spoilers. Had I seen this SJW agenda propaganda pushing I'd likely have not bought them from fear of having this victim narrative shoved in my face throughout it all. We can all relate to unfortunate circumstances, the feeling of being powerless and just another cog in the wheel, maybe even completely rejected from society, especially during school but when it starts concerning gender issues, sexual orientation, racial minorities, trans-isms, phobia labels and such it's like, yea we understand and you're a very small collective compared to the general population and while we care for people just as much as another, I just don't very much relate to these issues and find them to be patronising and condescending when something keeps pushing it onto me.
They do most of the assuming and sexist/ racist labeling in this situation and I'm here just your average immersive sim lover, harmed nobody and is always willing to help another and I'm being judged, called out and alsorts just because I have more important things to worry about in my life and prefer to enjoy something that appeals to me rather than something that doesn't.
They're very loud but they're a minority, designing for this minority will likely get you SOME sales in this minority but also likely drive away the people who would've played the game in the firstplace, typically the audience that actually cares about the game, would be huge nerd fans of the game and energetically tell their friends to also play it. The minority, remember, will only play it to see if it complies with their concerns and that's pretty much it. Why do you want to appeal specifically to these people?
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I was looking over a few achievement guides about which ones to pair with which playthrough, and one in particular suggested that it was better to do the non lethal / ghost playthrough with the one where you use all the powers. The logic was that all the extra money you get in place of runes doesn't help much on a non-lethal run. And that on a high chaos, kill everything playthrough, the money can be used for gadgetry instead. Is this accurate? Any other factors I should consider?
Hope the question makes sense... :)