Bayonetta porn doesn’t do much for game creator

There’s no bayonet in Hideki Kamiya’s trousers for this stuff, apparently

May 14, 2010

What happens when you design a video game starring a barely dressed lady who spends most of the game wrapping her thighs around the camera? Oh, apparently you’ll engender all sorts of chaste, morally upstanding respect for women or something. That’s what Bayonetta creator Hideki Kamiya seems to think, anyway, because he’s quite appalled that she’s now starring in loads of fan-made porn. Seriously.

“It seems there’s pornographic doujinshi [self-published manga, and similar rubbish] based off Bayonetta… There are fans who will resent that, and I hardly think those responsible hold any love for the game,” he wrote on Twitter, with all the unsophisticated naïveté of a guy who probably, actually, secretly buys schoolgirls’ panties from vending machines and doesn’t want anyone to know about it.

So, boys. Hands up everyone who resents this Bayonetta porn. Come now, don’t be shy. Anybody? Anybody?

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