Nothing is less sexy than a being who can’t do things for themselves. The Shadow Broker always sounded so mysterious and potentially a bit sexy.
He knows everything there is in the galaxy, has agents everywhere to act as his eyes and ears, and he only trades in secrets.
You play Scott or Sara Ryder, a youthful pioneer aboard the human colony ship Hyperion who is unexpectedly (well, providing you haven't played a Bio Ware RPG before) thrust into the role of "Pathfinder" - a being of unlimited extrajudicial authority, tasked with prepping planets for settlement by grinding side missions while probing the secrets of yet another vanished civilisation, the Remnant, and duffing up an armada of space fascists led by ET's edgelord cousin.
Along for the ride are the original trilogy's salarians (frog scientists), krogans (fatter Klingons), turians (military crabs) and asari (pansexual elves), most of them lodged aboard the Nexus - a gigantic orbital shopping mall that is essentially the first game's Citadel with more fetch quests and fewer erotic dancers.
He is distraught, whiny, and thinks that she’s going to blackmail him (spoiler alert, she’s not).
Not only did he go to see the most famous Escort on the Citadel, but he also complained about what it might do to his reputation. Hanar are a race of giant, Jellyfish-like creatures that have developed a religion devoted to an ancient alien race, the Protheans.
What did you think would happen when everyone is aware of who she and who her regulars are? Their sole purpose is to live a religious and pious life devoted to “The Enkindlers.” Once again, they are not the worst, but this Preaching Hanar was annoying.
You're left with a zesty but unsurprising third-person shooter mired in a soup of mundane chores - a game of mesmerising, gargantuan landscapes sabotaged by mixed writing and (at the time of review) an astonishing quantity of bugs.
Compare Casual Kink, which is the same thing for BDSM and fetishism.
Compare Ambiguously Bi, where things are more, well, ambiguous.
Lexi T'Perro) they can be rejected after the first instance if the character isn't romance-able or if they aren't attracted to that Ryder.
This iteration in the series opens more kinds of relationships for the protagonist.