Comment on Dead or Alive 5: “And You Thought It Was About Fighting!” by Anonymous:

Funny, all the characters blamed for being OP/troll characters tend to be male… (Ryu and Hayate, for example).

And I know a lot of women who like those dudes. Team Ninja are idiots for not capitalizing on that yet, even going so far as to remove Ein, along with his “chains” costume.


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  • Dead or Alive 5: “And You Thought It Was About Fighting!”:
    Stupid and greedy TECMO, which is no much better, make a doa xtreme beach volleyball 3?………

  • Dead or Alive 5: “And You Thought It Was About Fighting!”:
    If they removed all the males, are you trying to say that no one would notice or care? If you look at what happens to most other game developers, like Capcom, if they make a change to a long established series that’s as drastic as removing all the males from the DOA series, then you know how the “rabbid fans”, especially the females, will react. That’s enough to prove that the males characters have some importance. Team Ninja would be wiser to give more attention to the male characters, …

  • Dead or Alive 5: “And You Thought It Was About Fighting!”:
    When I watched the video that showed male characters and fighting I was confused.

  • Dead or Alive 5: “And You Thought It Was About Fighting!”:
    but in the main series, which is what we’re talking about, all of the male characters have been important… if you take them out, you screw with the story (whither you think it’s good or not, taking out the guys would still screw with the story they’ve built) If you take out all of the guys, you take out Ryu Hayabusa, who is more popular than any of the females. You mess with the tournament scene and all of the hardcore fans who main the male characters. Outside of the fanbase, maybe no one …

Recent comments by Anonymous:

  • Free! Total Tear-Jerker:
    there are less fujoshi that rant about how much they hate k-on than male otaku, you know. All the massive hate I see for K-on comes from men. Fujoshi seem to be a lot better at just ignoring stuff they dont care about. -a fujoshi who loves k-on

  • Free! Total Tear-Jerker:
    hey 2001 called, it wants its shitty unfunny meme back. It wasnt even true then.

  • Love Stage Excessively Dramatic:
    the popularity of F/Z Rider amongst female otaku says otherwise. Then again, Rider is actually a good character, too. These kind of ‘girly men’ are also usually better characters than the shitty male MCs that harem usually have, too.

  • Love Stage Excessively Dramatic:
    To his credit, he apologized massively, and this is one of the few/only times I’ve seen this kind of assault s hown as a negative thing that has to be apologized for in anime. I’ve heard from people who’ve read the manga that he doesnt do anything like that again.

  • Rail Wars! Nopan Security Service:
    If only more ero-anime could be this well animated.


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