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4 years ago#21
rice_noodles posted...
You seem to forget that MGS is actually pretty western in terms of character design.


And then we had pretty boy Raiden.


Still looks pretty western. We have feminine guys in the west as well.
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4 years ago#22
The 'dog' looks sick as hell in that picture. Damn, I wish I was that artistic. Looks vicious!
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4 years ago#23
http://acidforblood.net/2006/03/mgs2s-raiden-de/

"One of the most interesting bits of (new to me) information was the fact that Kojima and his design team conducted a focus group composed of non-gaming women as part of pre-production work for Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty. They wanted to find out what the ladies liked or disliked about such games. The consensus amongst the women, many of whom were junior high school students, was that they didn't like playing games with old men. They would never buy such a game with an old, ugly guy as the hero, they said. The team were disappointed by this response; I guess they wanted their game to appeal to non-gamers as well. Kojima went to character designer, Yoji Shinkawa and told him to design the main character based upon the women's feedback. And so Raiden, the main playable character in Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, was created."

Yeah, Western.
4 years ago#24
nonexistinghero posted...
rice_noodles posted...
You seem to forget that MGS is actually pretty western in terms of character design.


And then we had pretty boy Raiden.


Still looks pretty western. We have feminine guys in the west as well.


Yes, especially in San Fransisco.
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4 years ago#25
10 years old.
http://www.abload.de/img/sunnyfez50.png

20-something.
http://images4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20091020135925/metalgear/images/b/bb/Mgspw-paz-cg.jpg
4 years ago#26
rice_noodles posted...
http://acidforblood.net/2006/03/mgs2s-raiden-de/

"One of the most interesting bits of (new to me) information was the fact that Kojima and his design team conducted a focus group composed of non-gaming women as part of pre-production work for Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty. They wanted to find out what the ladies liked or disliked about such games. The consensus amongst the women, many of whom were junior high school students, was that they didn't like playing games with old men. They would never buy such a game with an old, ugly guy as the hero, they said. The team were disappointed by this response; I guess they wanted their game to appeal to non-gamers as well. Kojima went to character designer, Yoji Shinkawa and told him to design the main character based upon the women's feedback. And so Raiden, the main playable character in Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, was created."

Yeah, Western.


And Japanese women can't like western men? He looks like a white pretty boy, not Asian in the least.
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4 years ago#27
Scrooge_McDuck posted...
10 years old.
http://www.abload.de/img/sunnyfez50.png

20-something.
http://images4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20091020135925/metalgear/images/b/bb/Mgspw-paz-cg.jpg


30-something.
http://i.imgur.com/ajsolQn.jpg
4 years ago#28
This is genuinely creepy.

God damn Japanese and their weird ways.
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4 years ago#29
Capitan_Kid posted...
Definitely would put my **** in her mouth


God forbid you're gifted with a daughter, or a son for that matter.
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4 years ago#30
Scrooge_McDuck posted...
10 years old.
http://www.abload.de/img/sunnyfez50.png

20-something.
http://images4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20091020135925/metalgear/images/b/bb/Mgspw-paz-cg.jpg


Isn't Paz 16..?

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