While Americans engage in debate over whether or not Rockstar's decision to omit a female lead from GTA 5 is a symptom of gaming's greater misogyny problem, Japan continues to make games like Akiba's Trip, where a man runs around tearing the clothing off of screaming women. And do you know what? That's not the weirdest thing we've seen so far at the Tokyo Game Show. The convention is filled with oddities that would cause uproar in America, with weird, bizarre, and downright perverted concepts. We've combed the convention center and come away with five games that best exemplify Japan's love affair with the weird.
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