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Sex, Standards, and SoulCalibur V - Cheat Code Central
Not long ago, an image popped up on the Facebook page for SoulCalibur V. It was a new advertisement for the game, using two of the most recognizable characters from the roster: Ivy's breasts. Sex sells, after all, and Ivy is already sort of a poster girl for outrageous female proportions in fighting games second only to Mai Shiranui from King of Fighters. So if NAMCO Bandai were going to use sex to sell the game the text across Ivy's breasts reads "go big or go home" this would be the way to do it. Sure, there was a little bit of scandal surrounding the ad—which was to be expected—but, overall, it wasn't too horribly bad. In fact, the ad is still up on SoulCalibur's Facebook page uploaded by a fan and, at the time of this writing, it has a mere three likes and one lone comment. Then a second ad showed up on the Facebook page that apparently pushed our sensibilities too far.
Soul Calibur IV: Creepily Over-sexualized Female Characters
She represents the "Tambourines" Create-a-Fighter discipline. Lynette's profile doesn't give too many details of her past or how she came to work with Cepheus. She's the one in charge of selling clothes and accessories, but she's in search of her life's calling. She often saw her co-workers work hard to become what they've chosen as their careers, and usually compared herself to them.
From GameSpy: "The amount of detail on the characters, from Taki's oni-headed shoulder pads to the motion of Yoshimitsu's knotted belt, was astonishing to see in motion. Not just in motion, but in very smooth framerates as well. But we'll take this moment to mention that Taki's DoA-style transformation is just as poorly done as it seemed during E3: absurdly massive breasts moving with absurdly exaggerated physics seemed a bit much for a Soulcalibur title. It's still too early to call Soulcalibur IV; the team certainly has plenty of time to work on it. How well the single-player, character creation, and online systems will work are all open questions.