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Jonathan Perry, cinematic director for BioWare's upcoming Dragon: Age Inquisition, has said that the sex scenes in the game will be modeled after the scenes in Mass Effect and be "mature and tasteful."
"I think Mass Effect’s scenes were done really well and I think we will take Inquisition’s scenes in that direction," Perry told GamerZines. "You might have a nude character but they are framed in such a way that parts of them are in shadow, or having characters in various states of undress."
Perry added, "We also want to focus not just on the sex itself, but also that this is the culmination of spending a lot of time with a character and getting to know them, and so we’re giving scenes a mature and tasteful treatment I guess. We’ll see where it goes for Dragon Age: Inquisition; it’s something that we’re working on right now so we’ll see how these scenes pan out."
To me, that's what made the sex scenes powerful in Mass Effect, that they weren't entirely about the act, but the fact that you really got to know the character beforehand. Why else would so many female Shepards go after Garrus?
Do you think BioWare has done a great job with this often touchy and volatile subject so far?
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