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July 13, 2024

Video games are an immersive world in which characters and experiences take on the form of real. They can instill a new feeling of self-worth for the players, especially when they can relate to those characters’ LGBTQ identities. The games industry has adapted to incorporate queer characters into their narratives, since they desire them to reflect the lives of gamers.

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No matter if the games are based on science-fiction, fantasy, or reality they all create immersive environments where players can experience their fantasies about their favorite characters and actual experiences. Many LGBTQ players feel that being able to identify with characters from role-playing games can help them feel more confident about their sexuality and deal with the difficult aspects of their lives.

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When queer representation in gaming is made more popular It helps to establish a normative approach to these relationships, and makes bigotry and hate a thing of the past (like it rightfully should be). This is why it’s so vital that gamers have the chance to participate in LGBTQ games and share their experience with them.

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The original Mass Effect series has long had a reputation for facilitating the same-sex relationship between its characters. It was the same in the most recent installment, Mass Effect: Andromeda. Fans loved the feature where players were able to sleep with other squad members.

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In reality, the similar-sex romantic relationships that were featured in this game were so popular that they sparked numerous fan-fictional works online. Shaw (2009) conducted interviews with some of the players to learn more about their experiences using the game’s gay options and found that a majority believed they had made a significant contribution to the narrative by using them. However, some also feared they’d be marginalized or viewed as homophobic from other players if the gay content was too visible.

Vampire: The Masquerade is another wonderful illustration of LGBTQ inclusion in video games. This 2004 title follows the guidelines of the tabletop game of the same name and has a range of vampire clans that you can choose from. The game’s storyline is very well written, and all the parts of a person’s personality are represented in the actions.

A more recent and lesser-known game that does a good job of incorporating relationships between gay and straight is Dream Daddy, an adult dating sim. It lets players play the role of a single father in a fictional town Maple Bay and romance other single dads. This game is a must-play for LGBTQ gamers. It features a humorous design style, and lots of dad-related puns.