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  • nhisso
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  • DarkBlueAgent
    7 posts

    Agree. I Also feel like a psychopath using those brutal melee kill animations on women soldiers. LOL Doesn't feel right. Laugh 🤣

    By the way, they really overdid it with those animations. They take 2 times as long as a professional takedown, and their brutality imply that you have something personal or something with that specific enemy 😕

  • Spidey456
    11 posts

    @nhisso

    Calm down. Don't get your panties in a bunch. Gaddafi elite bodyguards were female.

  • A Former User
    0 posts

    Say what you will about Antón Castillo, but that man is a progressive deep down.

    In all seriousness, why is this an issue to you? lol Gaming is all-inclusive and that is a great thing! From female leads to female enemies - stop living in the past, dude.

    The more the merrier. 🐷

  • Aazhyd
    71 posts

    @nhisso
    The problem is with you, not with the game.

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  • igrvks
    62 posts

    I'm all for equality, everyone gets killed.

  • mrsleep0000
    29 posts

    In all seriousness, why is this an issue to you? lol Gaming is all-inclusive and that is a great thing! From female leads to female enemies - stop living in the past, dude. The more the merrier.

    I know, right? Thanks to Ubisoft I get to murder women wholesale in hilarious and over the top ways!
    Everyone should be stoked they get to murder women. Progress!

  • A Former User
    0 posts

    @mrsleep0000 Murder? Bah! Another Castillo sympathizer.

    His regime will fall, just you wait. :<

  • Akira1364
    159 posts

    I think this is more a side-effect of the game having very noticeably fewer overall NPC models in general than the last two games in the series, as far as I can tell, meaning there's simply less variety for the random spawns to actually choose from.

    The lack of variety is actually a borderline immersion-breaking issue but moreso with non-enemy NPCs (both male and female). You see what are literally, unarguably the exact same extremely small handful of friendly NPCs absolutely everywhere on the map.

  • SofaJockey
    372 posts

    @nhisso You're seeing a non-existent problem.

  • Sparhawk122
    80 posts

    More so that it's in a third world country. All of whom are renown for not being politically correct. They have armies composed nearly entirely of men only. With some female only units for PR purposes.

    This game contradicts that. And has 80% of the enemies and allies being female.

    And I know why they do this. The same reason they only advertised this game with female Dani. Because of their beliefs. But sadly these beliefs are not realistic and do not align with what actually is in the world. So this gender difference is immersion killing to an extreme extent.

  • SofaJockey
    372 posts

    So the challenge to 'realism' is that some enemies are also female?

    Not the pet attack animals?

    And whilst Yara is not Cuba, Castro's Cuba did have a female platoon.

    Either way, the immersion issue is with the distorted perspective of some players, this is how the game is and rightly so.

  • KrayZee_
    95 posts

    @nhisso Maybe the men have been dying off and desperate times calls for desperate measures for Antón Castillo's goal on rebuilding paradise.

  • Madhawk80
    122 posts

    @aazhyd Nah, the problem is with the game and TV, have you not noticed all of the TV shows filled with women that fight like Bruce Lee.

  • GameGuru2018
    210 posts

  • SofaJockey
    372 posts

    @gameguru2018 I think the mind is already empty...

  • mrsir1980
    69 posts

    @madhawk80 Or the problem is that you believe a woman cannot fight like Bruce Lee ...

  • Sparhawk122
    80 posts

    @mrsir1980 There's this whole 'no violence against women movement' because it is common knowledge that women have a disadvantage compared to men physically. Also many western armies now have lowered physical training standards only for women. Leaving the male physical standards at a high standard. This also is because it is known that women as a whole are not built to be fighters in the sense that men are.

    Also I did some research on Cuba and similar countries to what Yara is trying to represent. Their militias, armies and any anti government movements are comprised solely of male fighters.

    Equality does not exist in war like environments. It's a peacetime societal luxury.

  • AlexanderBayek
    21 posts

    @mortilla_ On a a more serious note, some of us need to relate game content to realistic experiences to truly immerse. A significant portion of female soldiers in an army, especially an underdeveoped one without futuristic technologies, really makes it hard to believe.

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