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September 15th, 2010, 13:54
Originally Posted by fijau View Post
Is that quoted guy complaining about tits being shown in a game, or tits looking too perfect?
Too perfect. In their opinion, I guess, these … "perfect orbs" shoul at least be covered by dirt and have a few scars.

Especially since - as the quote says - this woman is being tortured. It's not, I think they think, that breastsshould be taken out from torturing meanwhile the whole rest of the body is being tortured or so.

The demo goes to great lengths to show a gritty, unpleasant world filled with suffering and dirtiness. And then, hey, boobs. Big, incongruously perfect, brazen breasts, gleaming like oiled whaleskin amidst the blood and grime covering every other surface in the game.
Plus, the quote implies that a woman within this "dark & gritty" environment should also be dirty and gritty. If this was Dragon Age, I suppose they'd write she should be covered not only with dirt, but by blood also.

Plus several clearly visibe scars which heavily disturb the look of a otherway "perfect body".

The demo goes to great lengths to show a gritty, unpleasant world filled with suffering and dirtiness. And then, hey, boobs. Big, incongruously perfect, brazen breasts, gleaming like oiled whaleskin amidst the blood and grime covering every other surface in the game.
[…]even when Geralt dispatches her torturers-to-be, rescues her and she requests to cover her porn star body up again, we’re treated to a final titilatting jiggle, rather than a demure turnaround, as she pulls her unscathed dress back up.
This looks like a rather conservative look on this : A woman should not be proud of her body (no matter what), but rather hide it. I suppose there should be - according to the quote - rather be a Burqa there, too.

It just wanted to show us some tits, because apparently that’s how you know a game is mature.
This is exactly the reason why I call D&G games as "games for wannabe-grown-ups".

“ Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius – and a lot of courage – to move in the opposite direction.“ (E.F.Schumacher, Economist, Source)
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