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Bayonetta porn angers game creator

May 13 // Jim Sterling

Considering we live in a world where people will make Doom porn, it should hardly be surprising that a game like Bayonetta, already highly sexualized, has had more than a few lewd doodlings associated with it. Nevertheless, game director Hideki Kamiya has expressed great dismay at the idea.

"It seems there's pornorgraphic doujinshi based off Bayonetta," laments Kamiya. "There are fans who will resent that, and I hardly think those responsible hold any love for the game ..."

Not to sound like a date rapist or anything but let's be honest here -- she was asking for it. It's not like Bayonetta has been presented as a morally upstanding game that promotes chastity and the Christian way of life. She's a woman who frequently gets her clothes off and thrusts her bacon slice into the camera whenever she can. Hardly the classiest of games. 

Just strikes me as a little rich that Kamiya is trying to pull some high horse nonsense over this. Especially if he hasn't seen the worst of the Bayonetta porn like I have... I mean, like I haven't. Because I haven't. 

(I have)

Bayonetta porn angers game's designer [CVG]


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