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In the Japanese magazine Famitsu, producer Yoshinori Kitase for Parasite Eve sequel The 3rd Birthday explains that he didn't think it was worth putting in a shower scene in the sequel at the risk of raising the game's rating. But in the end, he realized that he would be disappointing the (ahem) fan base:

I think this is a great game and I'd like to get gamers of as many ages as possible to play it, so putting in a shower scene that'd up the CERO rating wasn't something I was particulrly gung-ho for. However, Aya's attractiveness is one of the most important elements in the game, so I wound up seeing the benefits of it in the end.

Ah, yes, the benefits. Two large ones. Perhaps obscured a little, but totally important to the gameplay. Oh, yes, masterfully so. Need I continue?
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