Patrick at RantGaming:
Ever since pixelated graphic representations of human bodies were given curves (I’m looking at you Lara Croft), game makers have been slipping a little sex-appeal into their products. Whether it’s Jill Valentine’s tube-top, Lulu’s plunging neckline, Quistis’ whip (if you like that kind of thing) or the questionable protection afforded by female armor skins in various MMO’s and RPG’s alike, it’s hard to ignore the presence of sex in the gaming world. With the majority of the marketplace being male, it really isn’t that hard to understand the reasoning. With all this in mind, game developers still chose to keep a bit of a lid on things and go for a T rating on their games. With the exception of a few WoW modifications, everything was pretty low key and tongue-in-cheek.