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Does The 'Dead Island: Riptide' Busty Zombie Bust Give Video Games A Bad Name?

Forbes - Deep Silver’s Zombie Bait edition of ‘Dead Island: Riptide’ has stirred up controversy, but does it reflect poorly on the video game industry?

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CalvinKlein1282d ago

I dont know but the same statue for a TV show, the walking dead for example, would be a prized collectors thing. But since this is a videogame its "horrible" "embarrassing" "a travesty" ETC.

Root1280d ago

You know when people wonder when people are actually moaning about something, where you can class them a "whiners"....yeah this is it.

Old McGroin1280d ago

"Does The 'Dead Island: Riptide' Busty Zombie Bust Give Video Games A Bad Name?"

Nope. It's just another bandwagon for negative haters to jump on. Not even gonna give this article a hit.

1nsomniac1280d ago

This is just a case of the video game industry creating its own flapping media hype.

No one in the real world cares about any of this stuff, its just a plastic mould collectable. That's the be all & end all about it. enough said.

level 3601280d ago

Honestly political correctness aside this is just plain wrong. And yes it does give gaming a bad name.

Surely now even though the actual bust is inside a box, you can still clearly see it's entirety because of the clear plastic cover.. it must be quite embarrassing asking one of these at the counter with lot's of customers around.

Blackdeath_6631280d ago

i agree, putting all these other issues and subject aside even the idea of weather or not it gives gaming a bad name, looking at this collectors edition from a purely neutral stand point who the fuc* thought that selling a dismembered and mutilated torso was a good idea? (never mind the fact the the breasts appear to be perfectly intact) i think it is just silly specially at a time when gamers risk having their hobby ruined by gun enthusiast who are shifting the blame of gun crimes on violent video games

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