Eskimo Press: One of Eskimo Press' staff weighs in on whether the recently released Killer is Dead is sexist or not. by: Krista Svala Grímsdóttir
While western games like DNF and GTA get outraged by political groups, JPN games get outraged by journalists. I'm noticing a pattern here...
The thing is though. For all the T&A Japanese games are remarkably un-sexy, I like women and I like gaming but Suda 51's depiction of women does nothing for me. It's like the Miley Cyrus "controversy", I thought her act was clever and pretty funny but it wasn't alluring, it was burlesque comedy. none of this "raunch culture" is meant to be taken seriously, it's silly and ironic, the people who are offended by it need to get out more, go to a cabaret or a strip club and have a laugh for god's sake.
It sickens me how the Miley Cyrus thing and this seem to matter more to people than real matters like the war in Syria, etc. People need to focus their discontent on more pressing issues.
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