Agreed with Eusis. Though I would say there are very, very few games where I would say huge breasts and/or skimpy clothing is appropriate (either parodies or other select games that usually aren't serious in tone). Enjoyable to look at? Mostly. But I don't play games for that. If I want to see that, I can choose other forms of media. Plus, I've seen so much of it over the years it's more of a "not this again" response.
I can't relate to that at all.
Alright, there's obviously the angle of better portrayals of women, but let's put that aside for now even though it inevitably intertwines on some level. Like I'm saying there's the issue of the designs matching the tone and setting for a work, and while that's far from black and white sometimes these designs seem to favoring fanservice of some sort versus being something that makes sense. It IS fantasy, so I don't necessarily expect people to look or dress like they would in reality and maybe not even the time periods works obstinately reflect, but just look at Regina's picture here.
That sort of clothing makes no sense
for someone who's supposed to be a skilled mercenary, and completely runs over the line of plausibility, worse I think thant he rest of the characters. Nevermind stupid touches that sometimes crop up like, say, making the boots in Samus's Zero Suit pump heels, how the fuck is that remotely a good idea for a combat suit, especially the defense-less version?
EDIT: Actually, try looking at it like a food dish. To make something really good you have to balance spices and ingredients well, and sometimes a spice simply has no place with a dish, period, even if it's your favorite one. Or there's some like cilantro that some people hate, but could tolerate in mild doses though a heavy dose will make a dish outright unpalatable.