As it stands, everything I know about the game comes from the website, the ads, and the gameplay video I posted on the thread not long ago (which consisted of person doing a sexually titillating thing, killing some random monster, doing another sexually titillating thing, and then changing to another character, doing the same thing).
To put it in as simple an explanation as possible, there is a line between fanservice and downright pornography, and I feel like Scarlet blade crossed it with the "nude patch".
Maybe there is more to the game. Maybe it's fun. Who knows, maybe it's the best game in the world (though considering it's run by Aeria, the same people who have driven countless other games into a **** hole, including DWO, I highly doubt it). All I'm saying is that it relies too much on crap like this for me to play it. I don't care if other people play it or not, that's your business.
None of that is the issue I had. The issue I had with the game is that something like this was put on children websites, and while it's completely possible to simply be because I've been on Aeria and other MMO websites, it doesn't mean it's okay. As I've put before, Children play MMOs too, and knowing it's completely possible for them to see these ads and play these games is simply unacceptable. Yes, the parents should be paying attention to what they do, but it's not their fault that they're getting ads for this just because they've been playing Runescape, or Pirates 101.
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