Whether you like it or not, sex sells — and nowhere is this more true than in the gaming industry. Which is why, every once in a while, a game will dress its characters in costumes so sexually tantalizing that it will make anyone blush. But sex as a means to sell games has itself become an art.
Virtual reality is all about breaking taboos, blurring the boundaries between reality and fiction. The competition to release the most beautiful, most cutting-edge game is fierce, so companies like Microsoft and Sony are constantly upping the ante to win over a demanding gaming public. That includes creating the most visually interesting characters, the best storylines - and the sexiest gaming experience.
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The place of women in games has become something of a sensitive topic lately. With more and more strong, independent female characters making their way into the medium, it brings into question how women should be conceived. In a primarily male dominated industry, how are these women represented?
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Two weeks ago, I wrote an article that criticized one of the characters in the upcoming game Dragon's Crown. Today, the man behind that character has responded to that article. Today, Dragon's Crown artist George Kamitani—who is not a year-old boy and in fact is the president of Vanillaware, a Japanese developer known for games like Odin Sphere and Muramasa —took to his Facebook page to respond to me. Jason Schreier of Kotaku is pleased also with neither sorceress nor amazon," Kamitani wrote.
Gorgeous women in China have been hoping to secure work as an 'e-sport hostess', where they don their most revealing clothes to attract male players. The women, who are hired by gaming platforms to commentate on online video games and host live events in revealing clothing, are said to be among the best-paid people in the country. Han is one of a growing number of professional and highly paid e-sport hostesses, with wages for the job said to have increased more than 10 times in alone according to a report on