Originally Posted by Red Panda
Katjaa is super passive, Carley can't figure out how to use batteries, Lilly is mental and stands by her crazy Dad until the end, and Clem verges on escapism.
Men have their faults, but do you think the the fairer sex is getting equal treatment by writers?
I don't even understand your point.
You use dominant traits for Lilly and Katjaa, yet for Carley you use something as minor as Carley not knowing what batteries are to show unfair gender treatment?
>Clem verges on escapism.
So does Duck, in fact he does it to a far greater extent. He treats something as severe as medicinal theft like a Batman/Robin detective case. He constantly shrugs off his surroundings, Clem never does this and instead just likes to focus on positive things while not completely ignoring the situation at hand, an arguably good trait to have in such a time. And she's a child, a group often associated with escapism.
So no, women aren't at all "unfairly represented" in this video game, not even close, in fact this game represents various personalities very well.
People need to stop calling "unfair representation" and "sexism" at everything.