Underboob. It's like some rare form of cleavage that is scarcely seen in the real world, and often times when it is it's hardly as good as it looks in the magazines that men get for the "articles." However, could it be that underboob is so scandalous that only a select group of people should be allowed to see it? According to the people at Acquire, developers of Gladiator Begins, this is the fact of the matter and that select group of people are journalist. Clearly, with our high moral grounding and superior intellect, we journalists can handle the sight of copious amounts of underboob while the general public cannot.
It is for this obvious reason that Acquire covered up their booth babe for the public days of the Tokyo Game Show. Could you think of the madness if their was underboob visible for the general public? The images below show the same model pre-public entrance and post public entrance. Notice that much less of her breast area is visible. This is clearly for the public's own good. Somehow Dale "No underboob radar" North missed the booth babe when she was less covered, but that doesn't mean you can't see copious amounts of skin anyways in both of his booth babe posts here and here.
And don't you even start. This is entirely valid gaming news.
[Underboob images via Nikkei]
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