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Sony removes show for having breasts

9:00 AM on 07.11.2010 // Matthew Razak

I'm not even sure that this is a story, but it has two things going for it. The first is that it involves breasts and since we're all prepubescent guys here (and that one lesbian) we care about breasts a lot. The second is that I could not pass up the chance to describe the episode of Queen's Blade that recently got pulled from the PlayStation Network.

The first episode of the anime series showed up on PSN rated TV-MA and was downloadable for free. Evidently no one at the store realized that the episode ended when the show's lead character strips, puts on a suit of armor and then goes to confront the bad guy who has the power to shoot acid from her nipples. But that isn't where it ends, fellows. In order to defeat said bad guy the hero hugs her so that her acid shooting nipples can't shoot acid anymore and they swell up until her tits explode.

Death via exploding boobs. God bless Japan.

Anyway, Sony pulled the free episode down and its gone now. I don't think we should be too surprised or anything. You can get the rest of the Queen's Blade series still, but they cost money. I'm guess that at some point the first episode will be back at cost too.

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