I don’t understand what the big deal is with the public getting all up in arms about violence in vides games. Just because the violence isn’t in your face like Grand Theft Auto 5 or Mortal Kombat, doesn’t mean adventure games like Tomb Raider and Uncharted 4 don’t have their fair share of violent sections. I suppose it’s all in context. To one person beatings someone one up in a tournament style game is worse than killing someone to stay alive, while another person sees that killing to stay alive is wrong because you don’t know if that person deserved it. This has been an argument going back and forth for many years, but let’s not forget that sexuality is just a impressionable as violence. Being sexual falls partially in out nature and for the most part doesn’t cost a person any money, in fact sexuality can help earn money.I’m not advocating that one uses sex to earn money, I was just making a point. The Dead or Alive series of video games has been using sexuality to earn money since its inception. With busty scantly clad women, performing moves you wish you girlfriend or wife did, tearing at each other to earn your admiration and clothing with less fabric. The series even spun off into a sport games with Dead or Alive: Beach Volleyball and had a move made that also featured volleyball. It was recently announced that the second set of clothing for Dead or Alive 5: Final Round would be coming out to next generation consoles, and for the most part it’s just more outfits with little to no clothing

This game has been out a while and I’ve haven’t played it, and apparently no one on my friends list has either, so the removable clothing is all new to me.

By Taylor

Taylor is one half of Media Discord and resides in Orange County, CA. He grew up loving video games, comics and movies. His favorite game is Chrono Trigger and his favorite comic book character is Deadpool.