Its smart and deeply-felt explorations of gender and intolerance are just two factors that make Mother 3 an adult game, a work about emotional maturity and with a broader, informed worldview.
Other subjects tackled include parental abandonment, slavery, coping with the death of a spouse, and environmental collapse.
The idea that people could be, in some ways, genuine online than off strikes them as counterintuitive.
Then even when you're offline, your counterpart will be active on the social network.
Each one can be "OK", "Hungry", "Cold", "Sick", or "Dead".
They never help you out in the main part of the game, where you pore over immigration documents for discrepancies at the checkpoint of a totalitarian state - they exist solely to eat your food and live in your apartment.
There’s plenty in The Witcher 3 that could be considered 'adult' - loads of violence, politics, the entire Bloody Baron questline - but what makes it most pleasingly mature is its attitude towards sex. His ladyfriends, Triss and Yennifer, also like sex.