The game is "a heart-felt blend of bomb-defusing action and death-defying romance" with puzzles to solve and people to date, all very typical of the genre. In his stead, Sweet Fuse has a stable of hunky dudes to fill the game designer's shoes, including fighting game champ Kouta Meoshi and Ryuusei Mitarashi, male gigolo.
Then you hit this line, "Saki Inafune, niece to legendary game developer Keiji Inafune, cant wait to visit her uncles new theme park." Wait, hold on, hold the phone, is this Mega-Man-and-Resident-Evil Keiji Inafune? Bomb defusing-antics are what await as you travel the park searching for your uncle and trying to rescue the other captured attendants.
A same-sex relationship is a potential form of relationship in The Sims series.
Players have been able to create same-sex relationships since the original game, but the way the game has treated these relationships has changed over time.
Dating games are for lonely women and socially inept men who would rather marry a sexy anime character on a pillow than talk to a real girl. And that's the same stigma for all hobbies we consider feminine from romance novels to knitting.
It's usually acceptable for girls and young women to like them, but if a guy expresses interest he's considered unmasculine or creepy.
You might think of dating games as only being the Japanese ones where you play a cute girl and you have to go on dates with handsome anime guys until you're able to win one as a boyfriend.
These are the typical otome dating simulation games that started the trend (otome meaning "maiden" or "girl" in Japanese).
So, my best idea of how to conteract that would be to: Alright, I shall do your suggestions.
My sim hasn't been hanging out with Sims of the opposite sex. I do know the 3rd thing you suggested, removing all Male requests.
Most of these games use a tasteful fade-to-black for sex scenes, but some are sexually explicit or outright pornographic.