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Depends entirely on what kind of game it was. I'm primarily an RPG freak, so if it looked as if it had a good story, characterization, and/or gameplay, I would probably go for it. I wouldn't play it -because- it was gay-themed/campy, but I would play it to enjoy a decent game.
We have enough youth. How about a Fountain of Smart? - George Carlin
After looking at your post here then reading your username it became clear that you have a true understanding of sarcasm. Great post.
As for the topic, i just don't see this being universally accepted. People will talk a good game about being homosexual friendly, but when it comes to sales that's a different story. People won't want it forced on them.
Look at it this way. If the protagonist is gay i wouldn't care UNLESS the game forced scenes on me that might make me uncomfortable. Knowing is enough, needing to know/see more than that might ruin the experience.
It's the same as the regional arguments ... i know where games are developed. I don't need to have it force-fed to me as well. People who force feed you things like these subjects aren't doing it for the betterment of their respective positions, but are doing it for personal reasons that we might not all agree with.
She blinded me with region .... Yuki Nagato, Mafuyu Oribe, Kurumu Korono, and Himari Noihara FTW