Blizzard designer says sorry for Great Tits -

A top Blizzard designer has said sorry for hyper-sexualiaing female avatars in the upcoming Heroes of the Storm.

Writing in his bog, Dustin Browder said he had regrets about playing down the issue over-sexualiaed character designs in games in recent interviews.

But his apology, which has the faint whiff of a PR manager applying a Chinese burn, follows an incident with a Rock Paper Shotgun hack Nathan Grayson.

Browder was chatting to Grayson when he said that Blizzard just made characters who looked cool and said the design sensibility behind Heroes "is more comic book than anything else."

When Grayson pressed him on the whole "why do women have to look like a teen boy's sex fantasies" question Browder seemed to lose his rag a bit. Before the interview was horridly bought to an end by a PR minder who remembered that Browder had a sudden hair appointment, he had come up with quotes like.

"We're not running for President. We are not sending a message. No one should look to our game for that," he said.

Now Browder seems to have reconsidered and is saying that this was a serious topic, and he did not want people to think he was insensitive about how he portrayed characters.

He adds that the company had an amazing roster of heroes and we will always strive to make sure that everyone can have a hero that they identify with and feel powerful using.

However, Browder did not mention any actual changes in company policy, nor did he indicate that there was going to be any move to change female costumes in any games.