The introduction of the vampire character Eliza in Tekken Revolution has caused quite a stir between the franchise’s fanbase, especially due to the fact that her relatively small breasts suddenly inflate when she drinks an opponent’s blood.
Legendary franchise producer Katsuhiro Harada already responded quite vehemently to the critics, but he had more to say about the issue and the character.
First of all he mentioned that people should learn what popular vote is, and the fact that she didn’t have just a few votes. She had many.
I can understand what you say. But people should learn about “vote.” In this case = “She got most (not some, it’s many) votes”. That’s all It’s “vote”.
In a second tweet in Japanese he responded to a user asking for her inclusion in Tekken Tag Tournament 2, saying that he first wants to watch how she’ll do in Tekken Revolution, gauging if she’s either accepted unexpectedly by the fans or they have an “allergic reaction.”
I’m actually quite curious to see if Eliza will remain limited to Tekken Revolution or the support of the fans (that obviously voted her) will propel her to become a mainstay character of the franchise.