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Japanese Trauma Team's bonus sexy cards


3:00 PM on 06.02.2010
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We played and liked Trauma Team, and when we reviewed it we touched on some of the in-game sexy bits. You know, busty girls, ridiculous situations. Stuff like that. None of those sexy bits seemed to make it into the game's marketing here, but in Japan Atlus even created some new art to cater to that crowd.

The Japanese Trauma Team, called Hospital, came with fan service in the form of some limited edition phone and library cards, each with sexy character art on them. Surprisingly it's all Tomoe art, leaving the more curvy (and more exposed, in-game) Naomi and Maria out. What's up with that? And there's little to no fan service for the gals, as one card has only a dorky picture of CR-S01 in it.

Trauma Team's bonuses highlight Japanese marketing style [Japanator]






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