you will find this to be super ridiculous:
http://kotaku.com/5865836/time-to-justi ... anty-shots
"None of the characters use their sexuality in any aggressive way. It's just a thing they happen to be." They talk like they just found these characters and just had to accept who they were! The designer tries to justify it by saying that they look this way because the animator just made them this way - come on!
Even if this particular animator thought it was cool, someone on the design team could chime in and say, "um, you know girls in our society have a huge image problem, right? Do ALL these girls have to have unrealistic measurements?"
What a wasted opportunity, too. They are touting this as the first fighting game with an all-female cast. But that means nothing if they are overly-sexualized. Women are not sex objects! They are not better with bigger chests and smaller waists!
The artist would consider me one of those chivalrous guys, but that is not my intention. If I'm playing a fighting game, I would like to focus on the fighting. And, trust me, while I am all about crazy character designs (Smash bros?) and new ways to play, I don't need to see someone's underwear in a fight. I am not calling for realism, just an end to sexual stereotypes in the media.
If a tree falls and no one is there to hear it... well, we can be glad that we're all safe!