Developer defends 'pornographic' DoA: Paradise
Director Yoshinori Ueda has defended his new game Dead or Alive: Paradise, stating that the game isn't degrading or 'pornographic'.
Ueda says that he only wants to put 'lovely girls' in the game - and that anything worse isn't intentional.
"That's certainly not something we're intentionally going for. From our perspective, we're trying to make beautiful women, that has been the focus - we want our characters to be beautiful. The DOA characters are strong and that they look the way they do is based on trying to bring out the beauty of women," Ueda-san told Eurogamer.
"We're certainly not trying to degrade women. They have beautiful bodies. We're trying to show off the beauty of their bodies but we're not trying to be degrading about it - we're trying to show that they are beautiful characters."
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