BY LARRY HESTER | AUG 8, 2013 | 8:57 AM | PERMALINK
When the artwork for Atlus' Dragon's Crown first made the rounds of the video game media circuit, it was criticized for its exaggerated depiction of the human anatomy—specifically, its depiction of female characters' anatomies. The characters Elf, Harpy, Morgan, and especially Amazon and Sorceress fall into this oh-no-they-didn't category. Unless you've been avoiding the gaming community's trending topics, you would already know that large breasts, thick thighs, and huge butts are the artistic mark of the beast. When characters are designed with these attributes, the critics would have you believe that real-life women become cursed with a mystical hex that undoes every achievement they have ever accomplished. Since Dragon Crown's release, I was expecting the college degrees of women all over the world to vaporize and their once proud owners to mentally devolve into infants.