- Feb 10, 2013
I didn't really follow its development, but I remember the devs of Leviathan: The Last Day of the Decade (officially a "visual novel" - since those sell on Steam - but actually most of the time plays much more like a traditional Western adventure game with first-person perspective; not bad IMHO, but - with a bigger budget - much more could've been done with its premise and a number of gameplay elements that suddenly pop up only to disappear again) reporting having to jump through hoops to keep (most of?*) their queer content in.Well... that kind of is a valid argument, yes.Also, returning to actual topic. Dont forget about this law - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_gay_propaganda_law Do you really think these devs gonna break actual law under living Putin? :D
*It feels rather contrived that you can have the (never fully shown) teenage protagonist state twice - once jokingly and once seriously - that he's bisexual as well as find out via some mindreading that his best bud has been (rather obviously) in love with him for over a decade, but when he does, he's all "No, never!" toward the idea despite the above and apparently having been casually fucking his other (female) childhood friend for years. Also the writing breaks down some toward the end when you can't even try to tell said bud that you weren't the one who betrayed him.