With me working away from home it has taken toll on my hair. More responsibility for me means the more times I grab my hair and pull it out. Now while I have been doing this I thought about Hair in video games.
While trying to get access to the net with stuff that feels like dial-up it is hard not to pull out the hair on your head. Really take a look how your hair moves for a bit. Does it move a lot? Do you have any hair? Again you don’t need to answer these out loud.
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Some of the most known game companies make people with out hair. Then again the new baldness is nor being covered by a hood. Maybe low cut hair is becoming so normal in games that we no long notice male hair. Yes as a balding man and I don’t have hair unless it is Fyer Tuck style. How ever women in video games I am not sure there hair even moves when they are in motion.
This topic is open for discussion on how ever you want to talk about it. We can go from why does all the new playable people need hoods, bladness or short hair. Why can’t game companies make men or women with free flowing hair in anything out side a cinimatic cut scene?
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