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Wouldn't be a Eurogamer article about something Quantic Dream related without throwing in a dig or two.
3 months ago
Yea no you need to be a little less sensitive and try to look at this a bit more maturely buddy.
You sound like a white American: "The last three times I got a ticket the officer was so nice, I'm sure its just a few bad officers who went and shot, strangled, beat up those Black folk."
That doesn't make sense - there's a difference between modelling a character's 'bits' and having a blank skin texture that doesn't graphically display anything extreme
Maybe I'm wrong but I don't see why the former would be needed other than for a sex scene or something (something I have no problem being in games as long as it is done naturally a la The Witcher).
The actress didn't consent to a body scan.
It's not a case of being evil but this is a company that put resources into creating a detailed image of what their actress would look like naked for no reason linked to the production of the game.
If you decide to read it that way, sure. There might have been technical reasons to model her whole body though, to do animations or what-not, I don't know. And an artist might have wanted to get it right, again, I don't know.
It is though, in the total disrespect for her boundaries and bodily autonomy, one more example establishing a pattern in the culture and behaviour of the studio.
Iím not saying thereís nothing here, but I do tend to mistrust stories perpetuated by a small group of disgruntled employees that suddenly gets swept up by the media and paints a much worse picture than the reality. Take all of this with a grain of salt.
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