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Bayonetta posters get totally naked

Oct 26 // Jim Sterling
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I wish we could get posters this awesome. Today in Shinjuku and Shibuya, Sega put up some Bayonetta posters that feature a rather alluring young lady with her sensitive portions covered in hair. The catch? The lady was covered in fliers that had to be removed by pedestrians. Yeah, it took less than a day for the Japanese public to strip the posters bare, revealing this unclad little minx to the world.

A poster that you almost literally undress is quite fitting for Bayonetta, a game being sold on its sex appeal. And why not? The gameplay itself is absolutely fantastic, and if Sega has to show off a little skin to get the game to sell, so be it. I can't exactly blame the publisher when it's just responding to what an audience wants. So long as this excellent game gets into the hands of as many people as possible, they can throw around all the tits and arse they like. 

You know what they say -- the rear end justifies the means.

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