Ok, i know what i mean, and i agree, but those games haven't vanished yet.
At one point i think i understand you, but then you post this nonsense.
Have you ever heard about anyone making an anti-christian game? If you aren't willing to deal with religious themes, then maybe it isn't the genre for you anymore, indeed. These things were aproached in games like FFT, Grandia 2 and Xenogears, corner stones of the genre.
Well... you will still be fine with legend of heroes. But do keep in mind that games are games, and thus not the real world. I won't defend religion though, i think it's humanities cancer and complete fantasy aswell, but it's irrelevant to enjoying the story of a virtual world.
Thank you for saying this. Calling a game "Divinity" is anti-christian? Please. You feel so attacked? Try being an atheist. I can't even let my grandmother or employers know what my beliefs are. Don't go reading offense into everything and then say you feel "attacked." My wife was in a bookstore once and picked up a book on Darwin and a nearby Christian said loudly to his wife: "I hate atheists! They always have to ram their beliefs down your throat!" Seriously? Who was loudly bitching about whom? So I don't feel any need to coddle. I found the idea that one needs to be "on guard" for anti-christian sentiment in a game because it was called "divinity: original sin" childish, privileged, tone-deaf, and basically ridiculous. It'd be funny if it weren't so upsetting.