*An updated edition of my original post*
On the quest for getting back in shape, I imagine my body as similar to a videogame which requires getting worked out before getting published on the market; in this case, I additionally set the goal of attracting single, White and East-Asian women as my customers.
Dating all the way back to 2014 (as far as I can remember that is), I’d been confronted by close-blood relatives about the subject of marriage in a cycle of protracted conversations, which I was partially accountable for dragging myself into; the most recent of them involved a one on one session between my 2nd brother and I in 2016.
Having been overwhelmed by these protracted conversations about marriage, I metaphorically learned what it was like to be Street Fighter series character, Sagat having their chest scarred by a Metsu Shoryuken. I was infuriated but at the same time, garnered strength from that anger by talking relatively little about marriage in the presence of close-blood relatives.
I’m using Unreal Engine 4 to work on a Third-Person Open World, Action-Adventure videogame project titled as MVP_AsianWifeQuest; the ‘MVP’ acronym is used to describe the project’s nature as a Minimum Viable Product.
You will control a male protagonist in search of multiple wives and an Asian ethnicity will be represented by each wife; accounting the project’s MVP nature, I will include a total of 3 Asian-woman characters (1 Japanese, 1 Chinese, and 1 Korean), personally made from Daz Studio 4.9; the overall goal is to form a polygamous relationship involving all three Asian women and accounting the project’s Open-World nature, the player-character will be provided a multiple-choice framework on how to accomplish this goal.
Q: What’s the difference between Street Fighter III and Donald Trump?
A: One has 3 videogames (New Generation, 2nd Impact, and 3rd Strike) and the other had 3 wives (Ivana, Marla, and Melania)!
If one thing is personally scarier than biohazardous monsters from Capcom’s Resident Evil videogame series, it would be the hypothetical scenario of me die as an overweight, unmarried male; adding to that, I get irritated by the following:
- My mom has called me “good-looking”, despite me being an overweight male struggling to lose weight for the purpose of attracting single, Asian women; her saying that in such context is an unnecessary pat on the back.
- My brother, a fellow videogamer called himself “good-looking”, despite gaining a few, extra pounds; hearing him say that in such a context made me witness someone [my brother] deficient in motivation for self-improvement .