Chuckling, the developers confirmed that they had, indeed, increased Lightning's breasts from a C cup to a D cup. What's more, the team added some good old "breast physics" to the game so that, depending on her clothing and armor at the time, Lightning's breasts will jiggle as she fights. It's probably safe to say that "Lightning Returns" won't feature the titular protagonist searching for properly fitting bras and going in for mammograms.
Fortnite Season 6 kicked off this week and it welcomed a whole host of new content: Pets, locations, an updated Battle pass - you name it. Epic Games even threw in new, "unintended" breast animations, but they've since been removed. Yep, you heard that right.
It's been quite a raunchy week in the world of video games. It started with the Bowsette fan art trend - which saw Princess Bowser boobs plastered across the internet - and it's ending with breast physics in Fortnite. You just couldn't make this stuff up.
F ew things fan the fire in video-game culture quite like boobs. It started with Lara Croft in Tomb Raider. By the mids, games had detailed graphics and characters modeled in three dimensions. Lara came along at the right time.
Breasts swing. They sag. They flop.
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Lerato Kganyago's TL turned into a "truth and dare" game on Wednesday night after she posted a picture of herself where her cleavage stole the spotlight. Shortly after Lerato shared a picture that perfectly showed off her boobs, her TL was filled with questions over whether the radio personality may gone under the knife. But Lerato wasn't about to let them run with that idea, so she dared them to come and meet her face-to-face so they can "touch and feel" the realness of her boobs.
Yes, according to longtime video game reviewer Jenn Frankwhose Twitter musing about a breast-centric video game is the impetus behind the "boob jam. What if a game simply described bra-shopping? Contributions to the jam so far include "Sleeping With Boobs," a piece of interactive fiction by game designer Del Angharad about how uncomfortable sleep can be for the large-breasted, and "Return To Eden," a game by Juan Rubio where players inhabit a male and female skin, completing equal tasks in each.