Why Capcom's scantily-clad butt-slamming lady offers a surprisingly positive example of female representation.
Digging for clicks again. With all the events going on; PAX, TGS, IFA, etc. There wasn't anything to report on? What about Apple's move to increase their gaming presence through the Apple TV.
Hey...if calling out scantily clad women wasn't working, why not say that it's now OK for them to be scantily clad because, reasons. Anything that gets people to pay attention...am I right? On the plus side...when that doesn't work, maybe they'll just admit that it's more about the character and their presentation than it is what they're wearing.
Why is it even News or a Discussion piece concerning Women in Games? Are Females Extra Terrestrials??? Idiotic Pointless Article ...Please Quit this Crap Already! /
I wanna see that booty bounce up and down rainbow, make it go round and round
One minute it's hate next it's reverence...
Why does everything got to be political with everyone
The problem is your expecting these people to actually play games for fun, not just make up social crusades to be an activist in because they were born in the wrong decade.
I'm telling you, these guys put women on pedestals. I love women, but I don't worship them like goddesses.
If I was fighting her, I would concentrate on ripping her cloths off first.
Kinda like samus from Metroid, or the ps1 lara croft, eve brya(parasite eve main character) or numerous final fantasy/rpg female characters. You have had positive example of females in gaming for at 2-3 decades, did you just start gaming this generation? Or is there some arbitrary reason that non of these characters qualify to fit a particular narrative you wish to push. Funny kojima has probably had more positive depictions of female characters than just about any other developer, but that probably doesn't count because they are too sexualized or their bodies are objectified for male audiences. Show me a series where women are bosses or rivals to the main character as often as in the metal gear series. You call it an opinion piece I call it bs. Look up your gaming history because it isn't anything new.
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