there needs to be an addendum to this ESRB bullshit.
"Computer games can fundamentally be altered by users, in both positive and negative fashions. As this game stands, packaged now, it is rated [Whatever the original rating is]. [Company] is NOT responsible for the changes that YOU, the buyer of this software, make to adapt, tinker, tweak, enhance, modify, or hack when you work with the tools that may be included now, or created down the line."
Very much like the completely obvious (but apparently entirely necessary) disclaimer they put on there already about "gameplay experience may differ online." IOW: Got lag? Fuck off and get a clue about how a network functions.
So simple. Billions of lawsuits doubtlessly exterminated thanks to that
I think if Bethesda went to all the trouble to include the offending assets in the first place, they definitely
shouldn't be caving to this sort of nonsense by "taking steps to ensure that modders can not continue to hack into Oblivion’s art archives to create partially nude figures."
YOU PUT THEM THERE YOU DUMB FUCKS!! Have the cojones
to say "yeah, we made our female assets with nipples. Male ones too. SO? People without nipples are FREAKS, so we put them there because we're thorough like that. 'M' Rating = fine. Change it and then please fuck off."
Because if they really believe this:
Bethesda didn’t create a game with nudity and does not intend that nudity appear in Oblivion. There is no nude female character in a section of the game that can be “unlocked.” Bethesda can not control tampering with Oblivion by third parties.
Then WTF are they doing? They're not standing up to shit.
It may be that one day a young man will adore a Pinata.This comment was edited on May 4, 16:07.
I'm not even angry. I'm being so sincere right now, even though you broke my heart and killed me.