Seriously though, it's sad how video games sell the T&A issue in video games in order to sell more. The character design of Saber is what drew me to Fate/Stay Night to begin with. The story was a bit odd, like a combination of X-Men, Pokemon, and Battle Royale. The red dress she wears in the game is rather lovely, but it's odd that they would make the front part see-through like that just for guys to go "ah-tee-hee-hee." This is more of a criticism on what's wrong with anime these days than the game, I guess.
Fate/Extra has not yet grown tiresome for me yet. We'll see how long it takes before it gets boring. The story itself is the highlight, I'm sure we all agree. So far, the paper/rock/scissors isn't too dull, and there is a strategy behind it. I haven't played it for a few days (I was on a trip to Vegas over the weekend), but I am hoping that the dungeons in the second phase will be bigger and more interesting.