Rockstar Vice President of Creativity Dan Houser (you'd think a company who employs a specific creativity person would notice there is more than one kind of genital) explained: "The concept of being masculine was so key to this story."
Your dick's the key? Did I miss the sequence where you get your cock caught in a vice and have to fight off bears that explode when they detect periods? And if we're halving the human race for the all-importantly scrotal story, how come there's still yoga? Though the most ridiculous thing is the idea GTA even has a story beyond seeing how many bullshit missions you can take before firing a rocket launcher into a level crossing.
"A good story makes you happy, a great story makes you think, and GTA's story
makes you explode the world in self-defense."
The worst bullshit is the basic assumption that only men can be masculine. The only way GTA deconstructs gender stereotypes is by running them over with a car. Saints Row demolishes this and every other argument by letting you choose your body type and voice at any time, and they don't have to match. It turns out the richly resonant tapestry of "Go kill those assholes" isn't undone if you can't write your name in the snow with your urine.
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