Do Cultural Differences Justify The Portrayal Of Female Game Characters?

Are Japan's cultural norms a good enough excuse to justify the overtly sexualized portrayal of female characters in video games?

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DivineAssault 1796d ago

ya me too.. Thats the only reason i clicked on the link but i was saddened by the poor quality of the one picture in there

Bimkoblerutso1796d ago

And that, ladies and gentlemen, is why developers put them in games.

Lucretia1796d ago

I love boobs.

but it confuses me how parents think its cool to shoot off someones head in a game but its not cool to see bouncing boobs.

ziggurcat1796d ago

oh god not another garbage, "videogames are sexist" article...

Flavor1796d ago (Edited 1796d ago )

Yup, its more White knighting, in all its clumsy, sexually frustrated glory.

Sex sells, get over it.

Kureno_Nakamura1796d ago

Feminists/White Knights pls go

Moerdigan1796d ago

Fight the good fight Japan. don't become PC.

ShinraE51796d ago

Yes, it does.

Its their culture. Its their game. And its their right to make the characters however they want to.

If you want something different, go buy it.

If you want this, buy it.

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