I think these guys are on an epic quest to find pretty flowers for their lambikins.
By Liam Gilroy on October 16, 2013 at 1:12 pm
Bioware have been very happy to talk about Dragon Age: Inquisition and the various changes they are bringing to the series’ third instalment. In an excellent interview with Gamerzines, Bioware’s Cinematic Director Jonathan Perry went into the various ways the developer has learned from its previous games, including the incredibly awkward sex scenes.
As Perry explains, Dragon Age: Inquisition will go with a more subtle approach with its romance, using camera and lighting positions to make things a little more classy. As we have already learned, Inquisition’s romance will be more organic and Perry’s work as Cinematic Director will reflect that:
We also want to focus not just on the sex itself, but also that this is the culmination of spending a lot of time with a character and getting to know them, and so we’re giving scenes a mature and tasteful treatment I guess. We’ll see where it goes for Dragon Age: Inquisition, it’s something that we’re working on right now so we’ll see how these scenes pan out.
Which I guess sounds good if you like romance and sex in your RPGs. Personally, the most mature and tasteful treatment I can think of would be to not include them at all, but I can always just not pursue them.