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Submitted by fastrez 950d ago | interview

Head of Team Ninja talks Dead or Alive 5

Dead or Alive 5 director Yosuke Hayashi has stated that Team Ninja’s approach to making the series’ leading ladies as attractive as possible stems from Japanese culture, and that the studio will never change its approach to the game’s sexual overtones. (Dead or Alive 5, PS3, Xbox 360)

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Yi-Long  +   950d ago
That's good news....
.... not every game needs to be 'Politically Correct', and they shouldn't censor themselfs just because people might not like it.
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waltyftm  +   950d ago
I don't believe there is anything wrong with there approach, it's not like all the woman in there games are just dumb bimbo's with no personality, the girls kick ass and have strong beliefs, they look good because they train hard and have good surgeons.
xtremexx  +   950d ago
lol good surgeons
Agent_hitman  +   950d ago
Well I like how the Japanese make a virtual women like this, and it's really obvious the it resembles Japanese womens..
Calm Down Sunshine  +   950d ago
You'd rather we ran around as this then?

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FriedGoat  +   950d ago
I wouldn't be able to contain my boner.
VsAssassin  +   950d ago
Well Namco is Japanese and yet Tekken girls look more appropriate in a brawl in their 1P, standard outfits than, say, Kasumi will ever be. Seriously, when a girl fights, she does everything she could to make sure her breasts don't jiggle; she makes sure they are taped or bandage so she could concentrate on and in the fight.

But we're talking about Tecmo here, and we all know how they view women. Ironic isn't it?

PS: I don't know, even when the Tekken girls wear Bikinis they look more decent than the DOA girls clad in Kimonos. Just me.
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gamer7804  +   950d ago
I applaud them for sticking with their design decisions and not shying away or buckling like some recent developers.
DevilishSix  +   950d ago
Their decisions on Ninja Gaiden 3 made that game suck a**.
Rock_On_PS4  +   950d ago
japan is a nation that has old views towards women that do not comply with the politically correct western world. japanese men see the women as mere possessions to be lusted over and to do what the men desire with. feminists groups in the politically correct world are outraged by the way women are treated in some countries.

women in japan are a commodity that are consumed by japanese men. the wealthier the man the more attractive wife or girl friends the man possesses.

japan is a good capitalist country with old 1950s style view towards women.
Klonopin  +   950d ago
It's their product, they know their core audience, they should do whatever they please. I applaud them for not changing their views and taking a stand against all this political correctness jargon.
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