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Naum said:

complaining about this is stupid.

 

Well, you've got to admit, the change is stupid as well.



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Does not bother me in the slightest.



Came here from GT. R.I.P Gametrailers.

I applaud the move! Want to see boobs? Go outside in the real world and see them on 50% of the inhabitants of this strange land. You won't even have to get a power suit or weapon upgrade to do it either. [Weapon upgrade optional/needed in some areas!] With the overload of sex and blood in everything 'entertainment', having some modesty is refreshing for a change...until they start enforcing the M rating for REAL.



XanderXT said:

Not censorship. It was decided by the developors beforehand.  Stop spreading blatant lies.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Censorship
A common missconception people have is that it's only something that is forced upon someone else by a third party. That's not the case. I censor myself on a daily basis in both speech and writing. What you're describing here is self censorship.



I get the complaint: Most people who are going to get this game are pretty aware that Japan's culture and values are just different about this.

However, here's the problem: many of us in the west live with people, specifically women (wives, mothers, roommates, daughters) who won't understand that culture. So if clothing modification helps us stay out of awkward conversation, I'm all for that.

I still think the game retains that bit of 'wow' factor the first trailer had though.



I predict NX launches in 2017 - not 2016

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fleischr said:

However, here's the problem: many of us in the west live with people, specifically women (wives, mothers, roommates, daughters) who won't understand that culture. So if clothing modification helps us stay out of awkward conversation, I'm all for that

 

I don't think why I should shy of playing these games because there's more people in the room that "don't understand the culture". Unless it is porn in itself, which these games are not, they should just learn how it works. I played Catherine and there were times where both my parents stumbled upon me playing, and the last thing I wanted was for Atlus to patch the game in order not to make Vincent climb huge cubes in his underwear.

In other words: why the ones who do understand the culture must get punished for those who doesn't? Doesn't the accomodation for those who don't understand is a betrayal for those who do get it?



Wright said:
fleischr said:

However, here's the problem: many of us in the west live with people, specifically women (wives, mothers, roommates, daughters) who won't understand that culture. So if clothing modification helps us stay out of awkward conversation, I'm all for that

 

I don't think why I should shy of playing these games because there's more people in the room that "don't understand the culture". Unless it is porn in itself, which these games are not, they should just learn how it works. I played Catherine and there were times where both my parents stumbled upon me playing, and the last thing I wanted was for Atlus to patch the game in order not to make Vincent climb huge cubes in his underwear.

In other words: why the ones who do understand the culture must get punished for those who doesn't? Doesn't the accomodation for those who don't understand is a betrayal for those who do get it?

Some people - regardless of how much we love them or they love us just don't get a grip on this.

They see something that may not be porn to you and I, but looks pornographic to them. When you try to cover with "that's the culture" they'll at the least roll their eyes at you.



I predict NX launches in 2017 - not 2016

fleischr said:
Wright said:

 

I don't think why I should shy of playing these games because there's more people in the room that "don't understand the culture". Unless it is porn in itself, which these games are not, they should just learn how it works. I played Catherine and there were times where both my parents stumbled upon me playing, and the last thing I wanted was for Atlus to patch the game in order not to make Vincent climb huge cubes in his underwear.

In other words: why the ones who do understand the culture must get punished for those who doesn't? Doesn't the accomodation for those who don't understand is a betrayal for those who do get it?

Some people - regardless of how much we love them or they love us just don't get a grip on this.

They see something that may not be porn to you and I, but looks pornographic to them. When you try to cover with "that's the culture" they'll at the least roll their eyes at you.

Why is it the responsibility of the developer or publisher to make sure that media you purchase is appropriate for the environment in which you'll be playing it? Shouldn't you be the one vetting the media to decide whether or not it's appropriate to play?



Wright said:
Rain2 said:
Good. It will mainly be 7 year olds who play the game. We don't need to be exposing them so early.

Don't they get exposed to boobs when they're infants? Nothing wrong with it.


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