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Last night I broke into Solaris, getting as far as the Soylent Factory (!!). So, that was gross. But presumably all the characters have been eating people for a very long time without knowing it. Certainly Elly has. I feel like the game does a lot of high-minded things, but in a real ham-fisted way. Like calling it the Soylent Factory, and then making a point of showing Fei and Elly eating it's product. C'mon, guys. "Soylent Factory" was more than enough. A little more subtlety would be no bad thing. Just show them eating the food, and then the big reveal - there'd be way more impact. But once you call it the Soylent Factory, you've basically called it the We Make People Into Food Factory, and all suspense is gone. Also, Elly's dad must've known he and Elly were eating people all the way along and apparently was fine with that. This seems like a big deal that isn't really touched on. There's going to be a lot of problems in a society that practices cannibalism, but where cannibalism is a taboo, and the issues that would arise (thus far, anyways) are just swept under the rug.
Similarly, Citan's behaviour is suspect. For one thing, the guy just let Elly and Fei eat people! If I was Fei or Elly, I'd be pretty pissed off at Citan right now. Also, Solaris is portrayed as societal evil stacked on yet more evil (they're like a Russian doll of evil, all the way down), and Citan is portrayed as having torn loyalties to Solaris. That's sketchy. Even if he chooses Fei's team over Solaris, that he feels drawn to the incredibly evil badguys is enough to make me think I don't really want a lot to do with him. Now admittedly, I don't know the full story. But if it is the case that he feels loyalty towards Solaris, even if he makes the right decision, that he has to make a decision between Fei and Solaris in the first place suggests some significant failure of moral perspective on Citan's part. And he did seem fully loyal to Solaris early on, despite knowing that, among other things, it's a society of secret cannibalism. ...But maybe I shouldn't be making judgements when I don't know the full story. We'll see what happens. Either way, I'm pretty engaged in the game, that's for sure.