- Jul 28, 2018
I really dont understand stuff like this.
Okay, so maybe your country doesnt have any kind of sexy ads on the streets or sexy tv spots or whatever, fine.
But why is it like a global problem instantly just because you feel uncomfortable?
If you feel uncomfortable in your own four walls, playing a officially rated videogame
with warnings about content XYZ, then you are the problem, or not?
You are playing / seeing a product from another country,
how hard is it to understand that your own country, rules, laws etc is not representative for everything for the whole world?
'Its in bad taste' ... its in bad taste because you see real existing streets recreated in a game
because the game takes place in these streets?
And then the second thing,
what is it with people who instantly feel uncomfortable because of 'sexy bikini girls'.
Like ... we are not talking about any nudity at all, none, zero.
But everytime there is a conversation about Yakuza 0 or 6 or Kiwami 2 etc
i hear things like 'yeah but watch out, theres porn in the game',
'i was really surprised because of the nude models', 'actual real girls are showing skin in this game, its weird',
'this series has extreme lewd content' ... streamer on Twitch and Youtube covering their eyes
because its so hardcore (lol).
there is no porn, there is no nudity, its not even TV late night softporn level ...
How is this the threshold of discomfort?
What happens if these kind of people would visit a beach in Italy or whatever
with topless women and bikini thongs, would they get a heart attack?