What I find intriguing is how perky all those active woman's breasts are, despite running around scantily clad doing rather physical stuff without a decent sports bra to support them.
It's physics, gravity wants those puppies on the ground and without good support they'll soon be sitting at your navel.
Also = incredibly painful to do activity with large breasts with no support.
Also the curves possessed by those rather active woman are rather optimistic.
But anyway, I prefer to not get wound up on the details too much, only when I'm told to think about it can I go on a bit of a rant.
I try to not let it detract from the game too much.
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Opinions are like armpits. Everyone has one and some stink, now if someone says your armpits stink it isn't very polite to go rubbing it in their face, it isn't going to make them say yours doesn't stink it'll just make them dislike you and your armpit even more. Remember keep your armpits and opinions respectful.
Women are often portrayed in a voluptuous or otherwise 'sexy' manner, because, quite simply put: companies like to pander to their core demographics-- which in the case of video games tend to consist of males between the ages of 15-25-- in order to make money, and what better way is there to pique the interest of a young adolescent male than by waggling a pair of double D's in his face?
When it comes down to it, it's usually just a basic marketing machination. Or perhaps sometimes, the perceived misogyny in games is nothing more than an unintentional development oversight, and the devs either don't care enough to alter it in hindsight, or they just didn't notice.
Regardless of the reasons behind why Lara's knockers can knock-er man out, as long as they don't physically get in the way of the gameplay itself, I don't care enough to complain.
Two words: Sex sells.
That's pretty much all that needs to be said-- my explanation was a bit too verbose.