Just started the demo, I haven’t gotten very far but so far this needs some major rewriting.
For starters you need to rename your reporter and the other player. Both Anita Bryant and Dwight Schultz are real people.
Anita Bryant is a political activist known for her Anti-LGBT activism. So that may or may not turn off some of your readers.
Dwight Schultz is an actor.
Not sure if the story can be published with you using real names.
Also I noticed the first and last names for the other NPCs start with the same letter aka Ace Armstrong, Bill Bellick. I would recommend renaming the NPCs as well as to give them different first and last names.
With the use of the names of two real people and how you named the other NPCs readers may not take this story very seriously and thinks it’s some sort of joke.
There is also alot of misspellings and grammatical issues.
In one of the first choices to select gender you misspelled the word gender, you wrote it as “gener”.
You also misspelled the word “morning”, you had it spelled as “‘mourning”
“YOu’ve” needs to be “You’ve” and “You to” should be “You too”.
Also when you enter your significant partners name this is what shows up
Hello Amy !" %SO_name}
The story is hard to read because the paragraphs are running together, it reads as one big block of text especially in the stats option. You need to break up the paragraphs and add spaces.
I couldn’t get very far into the demo do the lack of spaces between your paragraphs, it became unreadable.
Positive: You have done a lot of research into this and explained various positions and plays so that those they aren’t familiar with football will have a bit more knowledge about it.
However with you using real names for the reporter and one of the players, along with the names of the NPCs starting/ending with the same letter it and how paragraphs are all running together it comes across like you put more attention into explaining the history of football and about the sport itself then you did then story.
There isn’t a lot of sports stories so this could fill the void but it needs major polishing up and quite a bit of beta testing.
I would recommend doing a couple months of public beta testing before you consider releasing it.
This story has the potential to be really good.