6 BS Excuses Developers Gave For Adding Boobs To Video Games

6 BS Excuses Developers Gave For Adding Boobs To Video Games

The Female Knight, of “that’s now how you breathe” fame, who is but one of many female characters who seem to exist purely for the purpose of promoting Legend Knight… or buttons thereof.

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I have to say that upon researching this, I am more puzzled than ever as to what Proficient City are supposedly proficient at.  It’s certainly not character design, creativity or web design (to promote a browser based game)…

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So yeah, when you rely on sex to sell your game – this is the company you keep: Productions that are so incompetently presented they have literally no other option available.

– wincenworks

Knight Online is, according to its Steam page, a groundbreaking MMO about the eternal struggle between humans and orcs. WOW, much groundbreaking indeed!

About as groundbreaking as having browser ads with a lady in ridiculous boob armor with lots of exposed parts right next to a guy in a huge, intimidating and completely covering armor. No-one must have done that before!
This game so clearly is a product of unrestrained creative freedom!

Um… I guess at least they’re consistent with their shameless terribleness?

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Obviously, all the effort that came into creating such original game (which was in development allegedly for a decade) will be repayed with tremendous popularity, right?

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~Ozzie

noctumsolis:

pumbloom-initiative:

THAT’S NOT HOW YOU BREATHE

@bikiniarmorbattledamage

Big thanks to all the readers who sent this our way…
Wow, not only is that some bingo-worthy “armor”, her lungs also merged with her breasts! 

@boobsdontworkthatway​, did you see it?

Sadly, that’s not the first time we see an ad with inflatable fantasy lady boobs. They probably took a marketing queue from League of Angels… WHY? 

Seems like Proficient City (self-proclaimed “forerunner in overseas (North American Market) video game distribution”) is so proud of their generic and awfully marketed games that they put their name on every logo possible. Well, that sure makes it easier for us to know what games to avoid.

~Ozzie