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21-Nov-2014 22:04

So the entire story purpose of the dungeons and their setting is to basically to expose the hidden thoughts and personality traits of the characters, yeah?

Yukiko felt trapped and dependent (waiting for her Prince Charming) and so she was protrayed as a bird in a cage at the top of a castle.

I just felt like the game handled that aspect terribly. His dungeon was completely homoerotic, his shadow is flirting with other men, calling them pet names and all this crap. He even goes through the whole "I am you, you are me" at the end and apparently accepts this is a side of him he never wanted to face.

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One thing that kind of struck me through playing the game, was how I thought, "If I was someone who's had sexual identification issues for my whole life and played this game, I think I'd be offended by this dungeon." It's strange because through my life I've actually met a few people who have already gone through or were going through that process and I can't even begin to imagine how difficult that must be on so many levels. I think I just went somewhere that I could never come back from! I loved the game as a whole, but two things about the characterizations really bugged me as being a little backwards thinking.Chie's shadow is too controlling over her friends (Yukiko, I need to protect her, etc), Teddie's was about facing what he actually is, etc.In the end all of the characters face themselves and accept it and kind of intertwine their hidden thoughts with their real selves and become better people for it.

One thing that kind of struck me through playing the game, was how I thought, "If I was someone who's had sexual identification issues for my whole life and played this game, I think I'd be offended by this dungeon." It's strange because through my life I've actually met a few people who have already gone through or were going through that process and I can't even begin to imagine how difficult that must be on so many levels.

I think I just went somewhere that I could never come back from!

I loved the game as a whole, but two things about the characterizations really bugged me as being a little backwards thinking.

Chie's shadow is too controlling over her friends (Yukiko, I need to protect her, etc), Teddie's was about facing what he actually is, etc.

In the end all of the characters face themselves and accept it and kind of intertwine their hidden thoughts with their real selves and become better people for it.

But what makes me really confused is that for the rest of the entire game Kanji does nothing but deny everything and avoid the issue.