An interview held with character designer Akira Yasuda, director Hiroshi Ogawa, and producer Shuichi Kobayashi of the soon-to-arrive Star Ocean 5 has revealed some of their insight on the “feminist craze” sweeping the western hemisphere and the precautions they have taken to avoid criticism, sure to have fans once again enraged at the SJW inquisition sweeping all parts of the world reachable by greasy keyboard.
The interview revealed that the game has unsurprisingly been altered for its western release (one of their many “precautions”), subjecting the lovely Miki’s pantsu to an exponential increase in size – a minor change that is still censorship none-the-less:
“Recently, there’s been a lot of flak from overseas countries saying that if you put teens in ‘sexual’ underwear it’s not good,” said Kobayashi. “So we increased the amount of clothing.”
Fans have been astonished at the fact that developers would be willing to make so ridiculous a change as a pantsu enlargement to avoid potential backlash, but considering the state of the SJW community and their hold over the gaming media mafia, such trepidation might be justified.
Star Ocean 5: Integrity & Faithlessness and its skimpy pantsu will make its way to PS4 on March 31st, with a western release slated for whenever.