yeah, I don’t have theoretically have a problem with making a good game, but in context, it seemed like a good game was just like all the other games which are still so male-fantasy oriented, and the fact that she seemed to be taking a marketing angle, almost as if they just need to “spin” it better and then women will like it, like she’s bought into thte fantasy. Sounds kinda manipulative. But yeah, there are games out there (like you posted pictures) that don’t have eye-rolling females in it. Silent Hill wasn’t bad, although I was relieved when George unlocked pants for the poor girl to wear.