It's the same company who made Destiny Child and Goddess of Victory: Nikke, called SHIFT UP

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The game is currently receiving praise for being a "domestic game" because it's going against Western games' "political correctness"

The whirlwind of 'Political Correctness (PC)' sweeping the Western gaming sphere... An opportunity for domestic games

Overseas gamers cheer for the attractive female protagonists of Nexon's 'Vindictus' and SHIFT UP's 'Stellar Blade'
Beauty standards and discrimination culture eradicated in PC discourse; 'Freedom of expression oppressed'... Gaming industry feels fed up

The unrealistic body of a female character? 'Stellar Blade' symbolizes anti-PC.

Prior to the release of SHIFT UP's new console game "Stellar Blade," which caused a global sensation with "Goddess of Victory: Nikke," it became the center of controversy in overseas gaming communities. This is due to its refusal to conform to the recent trend of Political Correctness (PC), which is spreading throughout the content industry, including games and movies.

Summary: Western games these days don't str*p the female characters down anymore and make them have normal bodies, but Korean games don't do that and make the female characters n*ked and emphasize their breasts and thighs, so the game hit daebak

original post: here

1. Ew

2. I thought that they would make the female characters more strong, but as expected f*ck ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

3. Of course the foreigner incels would cheer on this ㅋㅋ 

4. They need to learn what clothes are all over again 

5. So Korean games became the last hope the world's incels have ㅋㅋㅋㅋ

6. A game for incels made by incels ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ  They're trying to push this back into popular culture

7. Aigo 

8. This is so p***rted... I hope Korean games fail 

9. Must be nice to be the hope of global incels.. 

10 .They made a big scene out of male characters having some pecks, but they're okay with female characters str**ping down like that???? I bet the ventilation is f*cking good

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