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Vanillaware teasing new game with sexy artwork?

9:20 AM on 01.07.2010  ·  Jim Sterling@JimSterling
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Vanillaware, best known for gorgeous 2D games such as Muramasa and Odin Sphere, has revealed an incredibly saucy piece of artwork studio founder and lead artist George Kamitani. The painting is called "The Three Graces" and can be found on Vanillaware's splash page.

While not exactly nude (there are no visible nips or squirt-holes) we've covered things up a little anyway to stop people whining in the comments. If you're not at work or your boss doesn't care about you looking at smutty paintings of Roman and Greek Goddesses, then check out our gallery for the full whallop. 

Whether or not this hints at a new game remains to be seen. Could be that Kamitani just wanted to show off his new picture, and that's not a bad thing at all. 

Could Vanillaware be teasing their next game? [GoNintendo]

 

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