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An Entirely Subjective List of My Favorite Video Game Romances


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Ahh, do you feel it? Love is in the air today! Love, and gunpowder, and mana residue, and the metallic tang of medically improbable amounts of blood. Yes, we’ve entered the world of video games, where love is weird and sex is awkward. There are few topics more likely to bring friends to blows than this one, so rather than give you a “best of” list, I’m here to share my favorites. Six couples that have stuck with me over the years, each representing a different sort of love. If I leave out your favorite (as I undoubtedly will), by all means, let your ship sail in the comments.


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  • Anonymous

    Femshep/Garrus or Femshep/Traynor for me. Though I did have a brief fling with Liara in ME1. I tried to have a three-way and invite Kaiden, but he was having none of it. I’d also like to put forward Nathan Drake and Elena Fisher. I love that their relationship evolves throughout the games.

  • tsee

    Having just finished my first ever playthrough of Dragon Age Origins and Dragon Age 2, and currently embroiled in my second playthrough of DA2 (I literally started a new game the day after I finished my first), I’m going to toss Mage!Hawke/Fenris out there. Because I went for Anders the first time through, and it was sweet, but Fenris and Hawke’s reconciliation in Act III on my second playthrough was the first time I have legitimately wept at a video game since Aerith.

    There is no purpose to this comment other than to find another excuse to gush about M!Mage!Hawke/Fenris because I need more outlets.

  • Kat

    Alistair and the Warden! <3

  • Anonymous

    Ken/Ryu

  • tsee

    It was a source of emotional torment for me that I couldn’t romance him when I played through DA:O (I was playing a Male Warden). There were, quite literally, moments when I would stop playing and just run my warden in circles around Alistair while wailing into my empty apartment, “Why won’t you love me?!”

    My girlfriend is now playing through the game for the first time and she’s going for Alistair, and it’s the cutest damn thing. He’s just such a precious baby! <3

  • Jim Cook

    Femshep and Liara forever. Although I recently went the Garrus path, and it’s also very sweet.

  • Kat

    I know, right! He’s so adorable!
    I had times when I ran back and forth in areas which would trigger dialogue only to hear the other party members teasing him for being in a relationship with my Warden, and then listen to Alistair being all cute about it.
    I also had to redo half of the play trough because I made a mistake that meant he broke up with my warden. Obviously we couldn’t have that. Get to the end and save the world, or marry Alistair? Not a hard choice!

  • locuas

    i have to admit, i do like stories about star-crossed lovers. wether they should be enemies, or they are separated by something, i like th idea of a love so storng that it can stand the distance.
    But my absolutely favorite couple are the Battle Couples(who START the relationship BEFORE the endgame). So yes, you guessed it, my absolute favorite couples are…THE FIRE EMBLEM COUPLES!

  • Suzanne Larsen

    Celes (not an opera floozy) and Locke (prefers treasure hunter) from Final Fantasy VI.

  • Kellen Harkins

    Going old school… Always loved the Gabriel Knight/Grace Nakimura relationship… So wish these were movies!

  • frankenmouse

    <3 Yes! I literally went through my first playthrough with one single goal: make it possible for Alistair and the Warden to find some measure of happiness together. It was an interesting way to play: trying to do what was best for all but knowing, deep down, that if a choice had to be made between the world and Alistair, the choice would be Alistair. Definitely threw a new complexion on the story (and made me a little cranky about the "canon" ending XD).

  • Samuel

    When I was younger and played the Myst games, I also read the book which details Atrus’s childhood and meeting Catherine. They are awesome.

  • Matthew McLaughlin

    As far as Mass Effect goes, I felt the way the author describes about every relationship within the games. By Mass Effect 3 I couldn’t imagine doing a mission without my best bro Garrus, and don’t even get me started on some of the goodbyes in Mass Effect 3…

  • locuas

    real story. I like to play as female characters, and my first playtrough of DA:O was no different, but when i met Morrigan, and eventually learned that she was male exclusive, i had to start the game over again as a male(good thing they have multiple origins, so i did not have to do the mage Origin all over again) just so i could romance morrigan. after that i played only as a female and romanced Leliana, but it was worth it.

  • locuas

    real story. I like to play as female characters, and my first playtrough of DA:O was no different, but when i met Morrigan, and eventually learned that she was male exclusive, i had to start the game over again as a male(good thing they have multiple origins, so i did not have to do the mage Origin all over again) just so i could romance morrigan. after that i played only as a female and romanced Leliana, but it was worth it.

  • http://bayareageekguide.com/ Mike Chen

    Second for Nathan Drake + Elena.

  • http://bayareageekguide.com/ Mike Chen

    Big Boss and EVA (MGS3, Peace Walker, MGS4).

  • eocine

    I think I’d go with The Bhaalspawn and Jaheria, even over the other Bioware romances.

  • http://bayareageekguide.com/ Mike Chen

    I don’t think you can embed images here, but I have a great photo of a crossover video game romance — at PAX Prime, my wife dressed up as a female vault dweller from Fallout and she took a swooning photo with a giant Garrus at the Bioware room. Calibrating together forever.

  • http://bayareageekguide.com/ Mike Chen

    One more suggestion — Guybrush Threepwood and Elaine Marley from Monkey Island. The dumb guy/smart gal cliche is a bit overdone but these two are great together.

  • Anonymous

    Lucca/Frog, Zoe/Ellis, FemShep/Garrus, Link/Malon, Sable/Tom Nook, Edge/Rydia

  • Charlie

    Yay team Tifa <3

  • Lisa

    Carth Onasi/Revan SHOULD HAVE BEEN CANON. </3

  • Joshua Hitch

    Three I’d like to submit: First, although I know it isn’t universally beloved, Tidus/Yuna is probably my top. Their refusal to give up on each other led to them saving the world from an endless cycle of death and sorrow. Second, Hawke/Merrill. The Champion and the most kawaii Blood Mage ever. Finally, this one’s only third because the parties are so young and it’s not supe explicit, but Sora/Kairi. The end of the first game is the first time a video game made me cry.

  • Rizz Rustbolt

    Maiev and Shandris.

    It’s real, and Blizzard’s writers are complete garbage.

  • Anonymous

    FemShep/Garrus all the way! If only for the wonderfully awkward conversations with the doctor about “proper lubrication.”

  • Anonymous

    I’m still disappointed there’s no canon FemShep/Tali. Somehow, even though it’s the same dialog and actions… I just don’t get along with MShep as well. But after so much FemShep/Liara, it’d probably be weird for me to see FemShep and Tali now.

    Also Link/Malon. And Joker/EDI. It may not be playable, but I always love a good AI romance.

  • cheesy

    I have to say, my favorite recent video game romance ended up not being an actual canon romance in the end, due to me apparently misreading the entire relationship, haha. During my first play through of the re-booted Lara Croft, I was under the impression I was trying to rescue my girlfriend Sam. So confused when I was denied a big damn kiss scene at the end.

  • Anonymous

    Rival!Merrill x Hawke is amazing. It’s great watching the little ditzy elf stand up for herself and lay into Hawke. Especially good if you’re Aggressive Hawke so it ends up being “Grrr! I hate everything and speak in a gruff voice! (high pitched) but Merrill you are so amazing I love you so :3″

  • Anonymous

    YES. Coming down to say this. Especially since Locke ends up being so caught up with reviving Rachel. It’s a surprisingly complex relationship, especially given how simple it seems at first.

  • Anonymous

    What you say about Mass Effect is so true. My (real, first playthrough) Shepard ended up with Miranda and she ended up dead for many of my friends. How could they? This isn’t how things played out!

    I also got very attached to Merrill in Dragon Age 2. What helped in that game is that you had to side with characters and against others; no “everybody ends up loving everybody” in that game.

  • EleniRPG

    I am with you 100%. The Carth/Revan romance makes such a better story than Bastila/Revan that I get pretty pissed thinking of how they pandered to the male fans by making the latter canon at the expense of all sanity and good taste.

    The Bastila romance was pretty laughable. Bastila has been trained as the perfect Jedi since childhood, which means she is not looking for romance, so it would take someone pretty darn awesome to make her stray. What does she know about the player character? That he’s a Jedi who, while once brilliant, ultimately failed to resist the lure of the Dark Side, gave into it, did bad things, and then even failed at being a dark lord for very long as he was defeated by the Jedi, Bastila among them. Not very attractive. She also knows that his current personality and memories are a fabrication that she and the other Jedi created. Having seen that construction take place, it would be like dating your own droid. Ick. The romance is completely based on player wish fulfillment, and it cheapens Bastila’s character.

    Compare that to the beauty of the Carth romance. Carth is not a Jedi, so is justified in looking for romance, and he knows none of the dark things from your past–he just thinks you’re a talented new recruit. At the beginning, it’s just you and Carth on Taris, surviving and working together against all odds, and you’re not even a Jedi at that point, so the seeds of romance just seem natural. Fast forward to the big reveal, when you BOTH learn of your dark past, and it’s just SHATTERING. It’s hard enough to deal with the news yourself: that your life is a lie, that you’re really a former Sith lord, manipulated by the Jedi to forget. But on top of that, to have (unintentionally) betrayed your love? He doesn’t even want to look at you–it’s all the crew can do to keep him there to finish the mission. But slowly, you begin to work through it, together. There’s acceptance and forgiveness. There’s no need for an awkward sex scene. The romance climaxes when Carth recognizes that, “You don’t have to be Revan. You can be so much more,” and tells you that, since you helped him when he was going through tough times (he discovered his son was a Sith in training, etc.), and gave him a future afterwards, he wants to do the same for you. “I think I could love you, if you give me the chance.” And that’s all you need to hear.

    Tell me that’s not a better story than the damsel-in-distress Bastila romance.

    The graphics are outdated, but Raphael Sbarge <3 <3 <3
    http://youtu.be/L21g7hCKb1k

  • Octochan

    Manuel Calavera/Mercedes Colmar

  • Ashe

    Y’know, I’m going to second this. For all that Tidus could be annoying and immature, nobody can deny that there was a genuine sweetness between him and Yuna.

    He treated her with respect and was very selfless without asking for anything in return. She showed him the same treatment, putting them on equal standing. Hell, they could be very goofy and awkward together (the Laughing Scene). Needless to say, when I first saw the ending of FFX as a kid, I cried like a baby.

  • Ashe

    I thought Tom Nook’s one true love was Bells!

  • Ashe

    I will shout Femshep/Garrus to the SKIES until the end of my days. It’s awkward! Funny! Touching! Sexy! Intense! Everything you could ever WANT in a romance!

    My second would have to be Zidane/Garnet. It goes from skirt-chasing and romantic comedy hijinks to a genuine character study in stepping out of comfort zones, challenging roles in society, and forgiveness (of both others and one’s self), with some great humor to boot.

    Runner-ups are York/Emily from Deadly Premonition, Alistair/Warden from DragonAge and Balthier/Fran from Final Fantasy XII (okay, it’s ambiguous as hell, but that’s partially what makes it so interesting).

  • Anonymous

    Completely agree! Carth/Revan makes for a more compelling and interesting story to me. Granted, I am still irritated at DudeRevan becoming canon.

  • Anonymous

    I throw my support in for Drake and Elena. They have a great chemistry together that seeps through their interactions. Many kudos to the actors for bringing that to the table. Games rarely have that back and forth chemistry “it” factor. Plus, Elena is an awesome character and woman. Wish to see more of her in the future!

    And, FemShep/Garrus is probably my absolute favorite couple in all of videogameland. I’d only love it more if it could be DudeShep/Garrus as well.

  • Anonymous

    Very much so! Alistair/Warden is in my top five couples. So goofy, so adorable, so humorous yet supportive. And an interesting journey they share to the final battle.

  • http://whilenotfinished.wordpress.com/ Eleniel

    Yay, Caithe and Faolain! Caithe’s book is one of those amusing little details that makes me love GW2 so. A more recent (and more successful) GW2 romance that I love: Marjory and Kasmeer. Love them!

    +1 to everyone saying Nate/Elena. INDEED

    For an old-school pick: my Quest for Glory Hero will always love Erana, but the Hero/Katrina relationship is certainly way more dramatic and fun.

  • Anonymous

    Thrall/Jaina.

    Wait, that doesn’t actually exist.

  • Clayton Gaughran

    I love Drake/Elena a lot because of how the relationship feels real to me in the way that the break up after the first and then second games. It makes them seem more real than most movie and video game couples.

  • Lowprices

    George and Nico from Broken Sword. It’s probably the most believable relationship I’ve seen in a videogame, because it’s pretty dysfunctional. Each time a new game rolls in they’ve split up and gone their separate ways. No matter how many times they try again it never works out (in fact, the first part of the second game is essentially just a remarkably bitter rumination on how doomed their relationship is), even though they love each other so much, which to me is so much more convincing than any amount of “happy ever after” love stories. Love rarely works out, after all.

  • frankenmouse

    Oh! I loved that book! The imagery of Catherine’s torus-shaped world has always stuck with me.

  • Lup Lun

    The punch card says otherwise.

  • Lup Lun

    The Prince and Fara from Prince of Persia: Sands of Time. But only the first one; the charm of it doesn’t survive the awful writing of Warrior Within.

  • Lapin

    M!Mage!Hawke/Fenris is the only couple that I have difficulty in not making happen in every playthrough of the game, even though I know I should probably play through the other romance arcs as well. They just hit all the right emotional notes for me.

  • Nez

    Caithe and Faolain’s relationship fly’s a bit close to some really nasty tropes for my tastes. Because we haven’t seen returning to one’s same sex lover being a sign of corruption, decadence and moral depravity as it is with Caithe being tempted to join Faolain in the Nightmare Court?

    Bleck. I’ll just be over here with Marjory and Kasmeer instead. A relatively new same sex couple from the same game, mercifully minus the hints of the same ole, same ole tragic and/or corrupt queer plot lines.

  • http://adornyourhearts.tumblr.com Xomyx

    I read the whole trilogy, but I read that particular one over and over. I’ve mostly forgotten it, and if I were making a similar list I would never had thought about it, but my god, they were my OTP when I was young.

  • http://adornyourhearts.tumblr.com Xomyx

    I can never do it! Merrill and Fenris have those big eyes that make me feel ashamed when I try to rival them.

  • http://adornyourhearts.tumblr.com Xomyx

    Link/Malon was one of the first fanfics I ever wrote when I was like, 11.

  • http://adornyourhearts.tumblr.com Xomyx

    The same thing happened to me! Only I wasn’t planning on romancing anybody because I wanted to romance Garrus in the second game without breaking anyone’s heart later, but next thing I knew Liara and Kaidan were mad and jealous. I was just being nice!

  • http://adornyourhearts.tumblr.com Xomyx

    Zevran/Warden from Dragon Age Origins makes my heart go pitter patter. And I disliked his character design so much I had no interest at first, but now I find myself replaying the game and watching youtube videos just to relive it now and then D:

    Also, Valen Shadowbreath from Neverwinter Nights: Hordes of the Underdark. First Bioware game I played, and that got me hooked into the romances. I like to say I like Bioware first and foremost because they try to be inclusive but really, its the romances that I’m addicted to.

  • Anonymous

    My FemShep is so ridiculously in love with Kaiden Alenko.
    I have to say, I LOVE MaleWarden+Morrigan. Especially once you get into Witch Hunt, it’s incredibly touching.

    Hands down my favorite video game Romance though? Sassy FemHawke + Isabella. It’s a match made in snarky bliss.

    Somebody also mentioned Nathan Drake and Elena, and I’d have to agree. They just feel right together. Although man do I loves me some Chloe Frazer (and yes, I do realize that she’s the same actress who does Morrigan, and yes I have watch both Farscape and her seasons of Stargate because I love her and ship her with everything.)

    I’m also in the middle of Fire Emblem: Awakening and I have to say, Chrom+Avatar has been really fun to watch play out.

  • Sofia Larsén

    OMG yes, I think I’ve never cried at so many occasions as in MA3. Felt like I really saw some of my closest friends for the last time… and when the last DLC was out I felt heartbroken that I’d never get to hear the supportive voice of my love Garrus Vakarian again. Shit, almost makes me cry to write about it!

  • Sofia Larsén

    Tried as well to pair someone else with Hawke, but it just doesn’t seem right… and makes it even more impossible as you can go for Fenris playing as either male or female Hawke :>

  • Sofia Larsén

    Haha yeah, Zevrans design is really horrible, but that kinda proves how well written he is as a character as you get able to see past that. Think of how much more of an internet sensation he would’ve been if he would have had Fenris good looks!

  • Beth Smith

    Valen!!! My first “Wait…is that NPC flirting with me? It that a thing they can do in video games??? OMG!!!!” experience. XD Although it’s Alistair all the way for me with DAO. But then, that all goes along with what the article described about Mass Effect. I agree, BioWare will always be the best. They create rich, detailed characters like no other. I adore them all, even if not as romances.

  • Anonymous

    Heavy/Sasha? No no no. Heavy has many guns. Heavy has Sasha, Tomislav, Natasha, and Brass Beast. Heavy uses all of these guns.

    But there is only one MEDIC.

  • Anonymous

    I think I may have once read that, at one point, Ocarina of Time was supposed to have a sort of dating simulator, and you could choose between Malon, Ruto, and Zelda. I’m not sure if it’s true or not, but given some of the hints they drop, it certainly feels plausible.

  • EleniRPG

    I always felt Jaheira was almost like my mother, so I can’t really understand that romance. But I know it was in the book version, so it must have worked well. BG2 is still my favorite game, but I wish they’d given female player characters the same number of choices they gave the males (like they have in more recent games). I missed the Anomen romance on my first play through because I said something snippy to him before I even knew he was trying to flirt.

  • Anonymous

    I romanced him on my first playthrough, and he stormed off when I did the TOTALLY RIGHT THING by turning Logain into a Warden (then proceeded to wander around the Free Marches in a drunken haze). I was distraught. I couldn’t breath. My real boyfriend was a little confused.

  • Anonymous

    LEGION! SO SAD.

  • Anonymous

    I didn’t particularly love Carth, but I HATED Bastila, so I agree with you.

  • Anonymous

    I did Kaidan/Thane/Kaidan my first playthrough. The first time i ended up with Kaidan, it was an accident, and by 3, of course, my favorite boyfriend was dead, so whatever. This playthough, I’m doing nobody/Garrus/Garrus. I’m enjoying him so far.
    Thane is MINE, though. Love that guy.

  • Anonymous

    I did Fenris the second time, but nothing beats the emotional punch to the gut that is an Anders romance. I love the Byronic hero, but Fenris was a bit too whiny for me. The first time I played…I was so impressed by Anders’ maturation between meeting him as Warden and meeting him as Hawke, and then he was just so good and troubled…I was hoping that a little sexing would calm him down, but I got attached, and when he finally snapped, it was utter horror.

  • Anonymous

    Joker and EDI are just too dang cute.

  • locuas

    Depending on how Inquisition turns out, i am tempted to do yet another Male Warden/morrigan playtrough(since i only saved my other playtrough…) and do DA2 all over again just so i can use it in Inquisition.(btw, my “canon route” is female mage/Leliana, King ALisatir, female mage Hawke/Merrill, support mages and i am considering female Qunari for Inquisition…because Sten is awesome).
    But yeah, if there is something i like about Bioware is that the romances are just as important as the adventure itself.

  • BrandyJewelle

    I much prefer Squall/Rinoa of FF8.

  • Anonymous

    Totally agree on Zevran. I was surprised by how much character depth was hiding in there.

    Then I went on to embarrass myself by developing a super crush on a video game character.

  • http://adornyourhearts.tumblr.com Xomyx

    His design grew on me (although his DA2 look I can never get used to, but its no big thing since I wasn’t really a fan of DA2), but yeah I think he would be more popular if he had something like Fenris’s unique design that would speak to the fangirl’s need for JRPG aesthetics XD

  • Sofia Larsén

    Mordin!!!! Cried so hard the first play through, and still cries every time!! I even started a new game in which I SPOILERS killed Wrex on Vermire, as I’d red that you then could save Mordin in ME3 (haven’t gotten that far on that play through though). But shit, that did hurt, I felt like a total ass…

  • Axe Armor

    Ryu/Hadoken

  • Anonymous

    I am determined that curing the genophage is the WRONG CALL, but I read that you have to shoot Mordin in order to stop him, and I just couldn’t do it. Thankfully, the end of the game makes this decision irrelevant, otherwise we’d have had another Krogan rebellion on our hands due to Mordin’s sheer awesomeness and my soft spot.

  • Lady Commentariat

    I couldn’t get too excited about any of the romance options in DA2, but then I really, really wanted to be able to romance Varric.

  • Anonymous

    “River is not a woman to be pitied, nor is Johnny her savior.”

    My favorite thing about their story was how far they went in averting both that and the idea that someone like River’s perspective can’t be trusted. I can’t say more without spoiling. If you haven’t played it you should give it a shot or at least watch a Let’s Play of it.

  • Jason Rye

    It could be said that Cloud never truly had romantic feelings for Aerith as those came from the part of Zack that was inside his head. The same could also be said about Aerith and her just projecting her feelings about Zack to Cloud.

  • http://pearlrose86.livejournal.com/ Maggie

    Zidane/Garnet was my first real tried-and-true video game shipping love affair. Something about those two together was magical and interesting and they’re a major reason why Final Fantasy IX is so very near and dear to my heart.

  • Ashe

    So happy you said this. Final Fantasy IX is woefully underrated.

    ;_;

  • Sidney Tucker

    I agree with most everything you said. I always play a rogue. And I found Sten obnoxious. But that was his character and the Qunari.

  • locuas

    I just cannot hate someone with so hilarious party banter (i barely used him in a fight, though)

  • Anonymous

    Jaheira and Khalid from Baldur’s Gate. Incredibly sweet, with some gender-role-subversion.

  • Guest

    FemShep/Garrus 4 Life.

  • TokenOfficeGoth

    Hells yes, FemShep/Garrus 4 Life.

  • TokenOfficeGoth

    That was my biggest problem with the game, and that’s saying a lot cause it was a pretty flawed (if enjoyable) game. Varric was by far the most compelling character in the series and the only one that was off limits.

  • Curuniel

    I’d almost rather that. I STILL have not forgiven Alistair for what he did to my character after everything I went through to do the right thing by him!

  • Curuniel

    Caithe and Faolain are wonderful. Like so much else about the sylvari, I fear a lot of the nuance is lost in their actual appearances in the game, but the concept behind them and the ongoing tragedy they can never really resolve is great.
    Living story has hinted that the two of them may become relevant to in-game current events and developments, so I’ll be interested if they do – and I’ll hope they’re handled well.

  • Moira Phippen

    But.. York… or Zach?? i’m all about york/zach personally

  • Moira Phippen

    YESSSS

  • Moira Phippen

    wish i could keep seeing more of them in my life :’(

  • Ashe

    Hm! I always interpreted York as a big brother of sorts.

  • Anonymous

    What? You can get all of the characters to side with you at the end, if you do all their personal quests. I even glitched the game and got both Fenris AND Merrill to romance my Lady Hawke! It was so awkward, kissing them both while the two of them were in the same room before the final battle.

  • Anonymous

    Technically, you can do that but there’s never any reconciliation scene between them.

    I sided with the mages and Fenris went to fight for the other side. I could convince him to come back but I immediately regretted doing that because the game made it too easy and his reaction, betraying his beliefs without much of an argument, felt really out of character. I wish I had decided to fight him; the story would’ve been better, even if it would’ve been sadder.

  • Anonymous

    Really? That’s…kind of neat! My sister laughed when he left and stomped his ass when he attacked with the Templars.

    However, I must have done “something” right – when I decided to fight for the mages he sighed and said “It is the wrong decision, but I will not abandon you.” Made my heart flutter ~~~!

  • Anonymous

    If you romanced him, I guess that would make sense. I romanced Merryl and sided with the mages.

  • Anonymous

    Actually, I heard someone say that when the two of you talk about slavery, if you hit the option where Hawke says that the mages are kept like slaves, then so long as he is neutral to you, he will follow you into battle. Even without romance!

    Oh Fenris, causing us players so much trouble…!

  • Anonymous

    My FemShep was a hard ass who kept teasing Kaidan… then, next thing I know, they’re making out. I couldn’t stop laughing, because it totally fit the Shep I’d been playing, who was based off an RP character I had with a habit of sleeping with people without fully meaning to.

    Breaking it off with Kaidan when he showed up in ME2 felt damn good, though.

  • Anonymous

    I think Rhianna has said that she would’ve liked to do something with Lara and Sam, and she’s happy for people to read it that way. I think she thought that Crystal Dynamics wouldn’t be up for it, though?

  • Anonymous

    I’m gonna sit here and wave my little Revan/Juhani flag. As a baby queer, playing through the game and watching that (frustratingly only hinted at) relationship expand, it was a total lightbulb moment, realising that fictional characters could be queer.