Submitted by Makasu 1244d ago | opinion piece

Does Tecmo Koei and Team Ninja reinforce video game stereotypes?

With the controversial Collector’s Edition and breast physics of Dead or Alive 5, does Tecmo Koei and Team Ninja reinforce video game stereotypes? (Culture, Dead or Alive 5, Industry, PS3)

CustardTrout  +   1244d ago
Nah I see what they mean, when tits die I get sad.
Hur hur.
Bimkoblerutso  +   1244d ago

“Dead or Alive 5 will rise beyond sex and violence and instead pursuing a direction that contains emotional experiences that can move players.”

"whether it’s a stunning set of female fighter swimsuits for preorders or an entire luxurious package complete in an embossed metal case for the Collector’s Edition, players will get something that enriches their gaming experience.”
Fishermenofwar  +   1244d ago
"You're deceptive" - Ralph Wiggam
GillHarrison  +   1244d ago
Dead or Alive is a boobie game, it doesn't mean the game is a stereotype if it falls under that genre.
BoNeSaW23  +   1244d ago
By 'stereotypes' do you mean: developing crappy games and destroying franchises your answer is ...YES!!!
FinaLXiii  +   1244d ago
No but Activison actually does with the military shooter annual crap.

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