Zack: I wanted to start things off tame with this one. It's going to get a lot worse, folks. Just a heads up.
Steve: This picture looks good to me.
Zack: Pretty standard fare for RPGs and video games pandering to a majority male audience. Nothing shocking, really, except the quantity. Exalted features breasts in almost every picture.
Steve: My kind of game.
Zack: They don't care if it's a necromancer woman, an assassin, or a monster lady. They will all have huge breasts prominently displayed.
Steve: I don't understand why people are suddenly all up in arms over boobs. Boobs are great. Should they be hidden away in shame? Let's put them out there.
Zack: Rather than lecture you about male gaze and objectification, which I think you know and you're just playing dumb, I am going to point out that MONSTER LADIES DON'T NEED TITS.
Steve: Yeah, but they don't don't need boobs either.
Zack: Do you eat candy for every meal?
Steve: Define candy.
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Zack Parsons, Steve "Malak" Sumner, and friends tackle bizarre role playing game products that make them wonder, "What the fuck!?" From the early days of Gygax to contemporary role playing games, none will be spared.