The servers that support the mostly-offline video game The Saboteur are scheduled to go offline tomorrow. With that flip of a switch, we will lose the ability to make some of the women in the game topless.
The Saboteur's PC version had big problems out of the box - something like 9 out of 10 ATI-equipped systems couldn't make it work properly. The remnants of Pandemic have rolled a patch, but be sure to read it carefully.
Look closely and you'll see that man is kissing that woman with a cigarette in his mouth, as seen in the occasionally-idiosyncratic Saboteur (Snapped off my TV; they stopped kissing before I swung the camera to a better angle).
What seemed great on paper — a World War II game like nothing else, with sophisticated artistry to boot — had to be turned into a video game. But then some things, not necessarily too many things, went wrong.
The Saboteur, EA's game about aiding the French resistance against the Nazis, has optional in-game nudity, but only alludes to actual sex. It's an obvious distinction, but not one often discussed by those who discuss mature content in games.