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6th Oct '17 8:35:06 AM pinkdalek
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* Ads for ''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire]]'' feature Luna as the attractive female character of the game, but in the game, the characters are simply attached to menus and text boxes explaining the basic game mechanics, with no further plot to speak of.

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* Ads for ''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire]]'' feature Luna (later a live-action model dressed as a {{Stripperific}} version of Luna) as the attractive female character of the game, but in the game, the characters are simply attached to menus and text boxes explaining the basic game mechanics, with no further plot to speak of.
27th Sep '17 10:56:18 PM F1Krazy
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* The first two ''VideoGame/FIFASoccer'' games also had male, non-fanservice examples. Every instalment of the series has featured at least one footballer prominently on the front cover, but the first two games didn't actually include any licensed players at all, so the players on the covers of those games - David Platt and Erik Thorstvedt respectively - didn't actually appear in them.
15th Sep '17 10:37:53 PM Pinokio
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* Ads for ''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire]]'' feature Luna as the attractive female character of the game, but in the game, the characters are simply attached to menus and text boxes explaining the basic game mechanics, with no further plot to speak of.
3rd Sep '17 5:12:10 AM jormis29
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* Kelly Brook was used to advertise 'Deathtrap Dungeon' whilst wearing an overly-sexualized bondagey outfit. Not only did this have nothing to do with the actual game, the game itself was an ''InNameOnly'' version of a ''FightingFantasy'' book of the same name.

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* Kelly Brook was used to advertise 'Deathtrap Dungeon' whilst wearing an overly-sexualized bondagey outfit. Not only did this have nothing to do with the actual game, the game itself was an ''InNameOnly'' version of a ''FightingFantasy'' ''Literature/FightingFantasy'' book of the same name.
29th Aug '17 1:12:46 PM HalcyonDayz
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29th Jul '17 1:21:30 PM RedScharlach
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* Technotronic's ''Pump Up the Jam'' was credited to "Technotronic featuring Felly"- Felly was actually the model on the front of the record and fake frontwoman for the act, whilst the actual vocals were done by the (also female) rapper Ya Kid K.
* This happens in the staid world of classical music too: one edition of the ''Symphonie Fantastique'' by Berlioz has a cover depicting a strikingly attractive naked woman who occupies centre-stage in the 12" sleeve. This despite the fact that the five movements of ''SF'' depict the protaganist's descent into depression, despair and mental illness: while the piece was inspired by unrequited love on the part of the composer, nothing in it is to do with sex and nudity. It is the ''absence'' of the object of love that drives the music. '''[[http://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/hector_berlioz/symphonie_fantastique__halle_orchestra_james_loughran_/ She's here]]'''.

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* Technotronic's ''Pump Up the Jam'' was credited to "Technotronic featuring Felly"- Felly" - Felly was actually the model on the front of the record and fake frontwoman for the act, whilst the actual vocals were done by the (also female) rapper Ya Kid K.
* This happens in the staid world of classical music too: one edition of the ''Symphonie Fantastique'' by Berlioz has a cover depicting a strikingly attractive naked woman who occupies centre-stage in on the 12" sleeve. This despite the fact that the five movements of ''SF'' depict the protaganist's protagonist's descent into depression, despair and mental illness: while the piece was inspired by unrequited love on the part of the composer, nothing in it is to do with sex and nudity. It is the ''absence'' of the object of love that drives the music. '''[[http://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/hector_berlioz/symphonie_fantastique__halle_orchestra_james_loughran_/ She's here]]'''.
26th Jun '17 12:54:50 AM Axelmania
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*Rifts World Book 12: Psyscape focuses on a woman decapitating a robot, the closest match is a description Erin Tarn has of a dream. Most of the book is Nxla, Psi-Cola, powers, monsters and gear. The cover girl isn't even started. Not a single NPC is.
25th Jun '17 1:03:04 PM Granitoons
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* Kelly Brook was used to advertise 'Deathtrap Dungeon' whilst wearing an overly-sexualized bondagey outfit. Not only did this have nothing to do with the actual game, the game itself was an ''InNameOnly'' version of a ''FightingFantasy'' book of the same name.
23rd Jun '17 4:29:47 AM C2
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* There must be any number of album covers featuring quite often attractive females on the front... but the artists are very much male. (Much of Roxy Music's output and any number of coming-to-a-charity-shop-near-you records from TheSixties come to mind, though it's certain readers can think of many more.) Lady Not-Appearing-On-This-Record, anyone?

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* There must be any number of album covers featuring quite often attractive females on the front... but the artists are very much male. (Much of Roxy Music's Music/RoxyMusic's output and any number of coming-to-a-charity-shop-near-you records from TheSixties come to mind, though it's certain readers can think of many more.) Lady Not-Appearing-On-This-Record, anyone?
5th Jun '17 3:56:58 PM Nentuaby
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** Arcade flyers have been doing this since [[http://flyers.arcade-museum.com/?page=flyer&db=videodb&id=1530&image=1 Computer Space]], the ''first video arcade game to have a commercial release''.

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** Arcade flyers ''flyers'' have been doing this since [[http://flyers.arcade-museum.com/?page=flyer&db=videodb&id=1530&image=1 Computer Space]], VideoGame/ComputerSpace, the ''first video arcade game to have a commercial release''.
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