E3 2015 went largely unscathed from the SJW machinations that plagued the previous year. A sigh of relief was exhaled and calm fell over the land of gamers, and all was good in the kingdom. Lo, many tried to gin up “controversy.” Even legend tells of the troll Sarkeesian valiantly attempting via grousing to Twitter about everything wrong with E3 2015… alas, no one bought her bullshit.
If there was any controversy to be had, it was Chun Li’s boobs in the Street Fighter V demo that was making the Twitter rounds the week of E3. You probably didn’t even know it was a thing, right?
Seeing that their hipster welfare accounts were looking a little slim, SJWs tried to paint Chun Li’s gravity defying gonzagas as some sort of sinister salaryman developer’s supremely jiggly perversions! “This was done on purpose!”, they howled to the uncaring gaming masses. “We are outraged!” And they might have had a point. I mean, Japan is pretty weird about boobs… and other stuff.
Brianna “GamerGate-Gave-Me-PTSD” Wu somehow convinced CBC Radio to run a front page story about Chun Li’s jiggly boobs (and how Wu was harassed by GamerGate)!
You know your star is fading when you have to go to Canada to get any sort of press about your SJW bullshit. (Trigger Warning: shitty iOS game designer trying to talk like they know about real game design and development.)
So someone at Capcom “turned up” the “settings” on Chun Li’s breasts? That would mean if someone played a Chun Li vs. Chun Li match of Street Fighter V, instead of Spinning Bird Kicks there would be only Spinning Big Tits?
What’s this? Only one Chun Li has flippity floppity jiggly boobs? The other Chun Li must’ve brought her sports bra. The posters also gave it their coveted “Best Street Fighter” Award™ of E3.
Reggie Fills-Amie cosplayer Patricia Hernandez of Kotaku posted a story on June 17th also stating that the bizarro boobs found on Right Side Chun Li were a glitch. You’d think of all the SJWs who would howl for Capcom’s blood, Ms. Hernandez would be one of them?
There is plenty of evidence to the contrary that Chun Li’s boobs were legitimately programmed to be extra jiggly and “sexual in nature.” Also, they’re not “jiggling” in any sort of sexy way, they’re all sloshing around… and dangerous-looking. Which is why it’s probably in a game called Street Fighter!
The Games Press Lets Us Down… Again!
Why didn’t anyone call out this SJW lie? Is the games press so cowardly as to not call a lying asshole a lying asshole? This only continues the attempt to legitimize social justice in the games sphere, something which most gamers have rejected out of hand.
Even when told that Capcom claimed the super jiggly boobs were a glitch, Wu “didn’t buy that excuse.” Their evidence? Being a shitty developer, I guess “game recognizes game” and of course it’s on purpose…it was created by a cis-gendered jiggly boob obsessed man!
The notion that CBC Radio would even label this a controversy is laughable. What is so controversial? That they’re really bad boob physics, or that one person feels they’re done for that evil cis white male gaze!? Even the majority of the comments on the CBC Radio article are of the “Who gives a shit?” variety.
Again, for all their talk of “winning,” if this is the best that SJWs can do to gin up controversy, then gamers have won. This doesn’t mean that social justice is going anywhere, it’s still all up in the games press who will let garbage like Chun Li’s boobs even attempt to dominate an E3 news cycle.
Boobs are great, boobs are fun, boobs can and will do exciting things when physics are involved. We shouldn’t let the narrow-minded, small-to-non-breasted SJWs command what is and isn’t acceptable from video game representations of women. Do we dare harken back to the olden days when this was all we got for boobs in video games?
Yeah… eww! No! I will take modern, mildly realistic boob physics any day! Will we get times like Chun Li’s boobs? Sure, because real game development is hard, real boob physics are difficult and E3 2015 was chock full of game demos that had glitches and bugs in them. That’s the fun of something like an E3!
But taking a story that should’ve been more “Ha ha, boob physics can sure be weird some times!” and attempting to turn it in to some kind of SJW nightmare scenario, regardless of facts to the contrary, lends even more credence to the notion that we need to get these SJW assholes out of the games industry. Jiggle “settings” on boobs? Come on, you’re not even trying anymore!