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SoulCalibur V Retains Breast Size Augmentation

Posted on Thursday, January 5 @ 13:05:49 Eastern by


Falling in line with character creation fantasies, as similarly and recently provided through WWE 12 and Saints Row: The Third, SoulCalibur V will include the ability to, err, adjust the size of female breasts in character creation.

Now, it's not like I had hands-on time... umm, that came out wrong... but I know this from an unexpected (and simultaneously obvious) source: our friends at the ESRB. Here is their description of the 'T'-rated SoulCalibur V
This is a fighting game in which players engage in one-on-one combat against a large cast of human and supernatural characters. Players use guns, swords, spears, and other melee weapons to strike opponents and drain their health meters. The frenetic battles are highlighted by slashing sounds, impact effects, and frequent cries of pain. Cutscenes depict additional acts of violence, such as characters getting impaled with swords. Some female fighters wear outfits that reveal large amounts of jiggling cleavage and portions of their buttocks; on the character creation menu, players can augment fighters' breast sizes and manipulate the camera to zoom in on their bodies. The words “damn,” “b*tch,” and “bastard” can be heard in the dialogue.
Two things: How many times did the ESRB tester zoom in their bodies? And "Damn, you bastards, those breasts be bitchin'!"

Okay, okay, we're not sure whether this means players can adjust "jiggling cleavage" by controlling the Physique of a female created character, as could be done in SoulCalibur IV, but whatever the means, it can done once more when it releases January 31st.
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