@cikame: The funny thing is that the game was announced years ago. It was first shown at E3 2011 where it directly showed the entire cast, their promotional art and them in motion filled with the Sorceresses over the top breast jiggling as she walks.
In fact here's the trailer: [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3a_g7lUliQU[/url]
Since then the games been consistently shown at many major Gaming Conventions/Events all showing more of the Sorceress and her extensive levels of animation and now 2 years since the games been announced, now is the time to suddenly get all upset about it? It's baffling to me as to why suddenly now everyone cares so much when the game was shown exactly in this state for years now and no one batted an eye.
But it's probably as someone else remarked; it was a slow news day and sexism in gaming is now a hot topic, so a writer on Kotaku just decided to jump on the bandwagon, using Dragon's Crowns as the crux to get that point across. His intentions were in the right place and there is a problem with gender equality in gaming, but I just don't like the throwing of Dragon's Crown under the bus and the insulting of its artist in order to push that point across. It's perfectly fine if you don't like it or are turned off by some of the design choices, but by some of the way people talk about Dragons Crown they make it seem like its the prime example of everything that is wrong with the games industry today when that's not even close or fair at all.