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The following is a list of video games with gaylesbianbisexualor transgender charactersincluding any others falling under the LGBT umbrella term. During the s, characters that can be argued as identifying as LGBT were rarely shown in a realistic or non-stereotypical context and were often the objects of ridicule or jokes. However, more efforts were found to make more diverse and less one-dimensional characters.
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The car at the bottom of Prentice Lake could not have gotten there accidentally. Max Wendt slumps dead in the front seat with neither a reason to kill himself nor enemies to do it for him. Miles away, Detective Laura McCallister imparts the news that transforms a wife into a heartbroken widow, a ten-year-old boy into a fatherless son.
A: I feel that the industry's portrayal of lesbians in games is few and far between. The only one that I can really think of is Fear Effect. I'm aware of the option of having a 'lesbian' relationship in Mass Effect, but this was slightly muted since it was an 'alien species'.
This is a list of fictional female investigators from novels, short stories, radio, television, films and video games. Stephanie PlumIneke Valence. Carmen Isabella SandiegoIneke Valence.
She wants to become a detective as soon as possible, and she wants Jordan, the star investigator in the Homicide unit. Another woman is missing, and now he has set his sights on one of their own. They will stop him — whatever it takes Read more Read less.
For those who enjoy a mix of romance with their mysteries or is it the other way around? One characteristic that these series have in common is mature protagonists, although some of the first books begin when they are young. From P.