>Dad, who has never played a video game, walks up to me while I'm playing Bloodborne
>Says to me "That game doesn't look very fun. All you're doing is running around killing everything."
>Sees me playing Skyrim
>"You're just hitting things over and over, how is that fun?"
>Sees me playing Persona 4
>"Why are you playing a game about going to school when you're already in school?"
How am I supposed to respond?
>"It's an interactive story, basically. It's like watching a movie, but you control the main character."
Something like that should work, even if it's only technically true.
My dad saw me playing final fantasy once and now whenever he sees me playing a game he asks if I'm playing "one of those games when you're walking around and then diddly diddly doo you gotta fight a dozen guys" games.
ITs not about being insecure, its just Dads never forget. Ever.
And I would never want the game my dad remembers me playing being P4.
Too many weird things in that games that could be used in really awkward situations with family/friends/lover
if you can't even have some banter with your dad I fear for your father-son relationship
oh what am I saying, all /v/irgins here are huge disappointements for their entire family
>if you can't even have some banter with your dad I fear for your father-son relationship
my mother doesn't like anything that isn't "family friendly" and just goes "that isn't nice" if you poke fun so I've never done any banter with anyone at home
>diddly diddly doo you gotta fight a dozen guys