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Indecent Exposure: A NSFW Retrospective

Gamer Limit writes "The Japanese have always had different standards when it comes to nudity and sexuality in their interactive media, as exemplified by the recent announcement of Love Death 4, a game in which "that certain part of the male body" plays a starring role by way of a USB camera.

In the U.S., video game nudity (especially full frontal) is, to put it lightly, discouraged. The ESRB's double standard of "violence is OK, but sex is a no-no" has been a cornerstone of the ratings system since its conception."

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GrahameG3270d ago

You’ve really grasped your subject matter firmly with both hands Nick. It’s good to know that someone with such experience handling this subject has gently crafted such a strong, firm article.

Like a true journalist you have sucked up as much information on it as you could and not spilled a drop in the process.

Your appreciation of topic has really shone through your writing and you should be proud of taking such a controversial piece and not make it appear floppy and uninteresting.

I applaud how you haven’t left any penis untouched in your quest for the truth about c*ck.

Bravo sir.

The Great Melon3269d ago

lol , too good... too good...

Ziriux3270d ago

Yea, the Japanese have a different style that doesn't suit well in the West.

SilverDragon19793270d ago

This was extremely entertaining to read and well written.

JQ3269d ago

Grahame's comment made me a little uneasy.

DangerCurtis3269d ago

Great Article Nick. It really shows that you've put a lot of time and thought into it.

TheGameLlama3269d ago

Don't forget all the research I had to do! ;)

Fullish3269d ago

Research into what? ;)

TheGameLlama3269d ago

Hands-on research. Wanted to make sure I had a good grip on the subject matter, and that nothing important would slip through my fingers or jam into someone's thigh.

And there were thousands upon thousands of pictures to go through, as well. There is a lot of "junk" on the Internet.

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