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|Technology - Video Games|
|Wednesday, 16 January 2013 19:57|
I find myself, a humble and traditional values inculcated with a controversy of those who appear wealthy in advance, to prepare a stir without paragon to fill lines and lines of typical moralizing to get along with everyone. I'm honest dear reader, I was struck by two powerful and (very large) elements composing the announced Dead Island: Zombie Bait ... and tits too.
This resin statue showing the decapitated torso of a woman, with two distinct attributes covered by a flag of Great Britain, as impressed. We did not look good on the shelf to accompany the figure of Solid Snake and less poor Super Mario. Perhaps this issue would have been better with a crippled arm or head, or do better! an arm with a mutilated head at its end.
A Deep Silver have advised him wrong. Perhaps its marketing division is too fanatical, or thinking very superficial than it should carry a limited edition. When video game collector likes more content, and editing was hardly interesting in this regard. We will not deceive: Zombie Bait editing is pretty ugly and distasteful, but not because of the bloody torso and breasts, but because it is simply an unattractive figure. A British publisher have rained sticks many had to apologize through a communiqué to all players offended. Another mistake marketing division. Viewing the source of the reviews, it appears that most Americans come from those players who were not going to get this issue as it is exclusive to Europe and Australia.
Maybe the complaints are bathed with envy or some hypocrisy, but collectors of resin figures are quite used to seeing things much more extravagant. If an issue does not like it, do not buy it, but we should not go so far as to cancel that's not really interested to acquire. If this edition Deep Silver claimed 'honor' to the faithful followers of Dead Island, now they have been lifted from a stroke by complaints from users who may have never played the series, or even know that videogames are no longer just for kids.
I am stunned seeing that most of the complaints come for the breasts and not by blood. Again sexist complaints appear in video games, in an industry that has increasingly more with video game players. We all know that if the issue had included a figure of a male torso, nothing would have happened. Even many people who carry the flag sexist speech, I would have bought to accompany the Marines hipervitaminados of Gears of War on your shelf.
Techland must be pretty upset with the treatment they receive their new franchise zombie paradise. The study already had to change the logo of the first Dead Island because the U.S. rating agency (ESRB) did not seem at all well as the letter "I" of the game logo represent a person hanging from a tree. Instead a good workaround: a silhouette of a man standing completely detached from the tree. For that, moving the American moral boundaries.