That thing where Deacon has this conversation with his back to us? I’ve probably done this quest five times now, and that’s happened every time.
This game pretends to be a game with roleplaying and choices, but you know what it feels like? It feels like being an actor in a play where nobody will show you the script or explain what you’re supposed to be doing, and so all the other performers just muddle on regardless of what you say or where you stand. I’ll bet the person who wrote this cutscene expected us to position ourselves in a certain spot before beginning the conversation.
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