It doesn't take a microscope to notice her lips going from thin to full, her eyes going from narrow to wide and so on and so forth. In this particular case those changes end up in a switch of ethnicity, but I'm not really sad about ethnicities, I'm sad about character design features jumping all over the place in general. Her boob size has nothing to do with ethnicities, but I'm sad about it as well.Yeah, no I get that, I’m just saying I think you’re overanalysing & it’s not really that deep. We all know I love respecting the cultures and traditions of the places video games get their inspiration from (aka the tribe debate a couple weeks ago) but microscoping a fictional character on a genetic, DNA level..? I think that’s a touch too far
I just want some consistency and integrity between games, otherwise it kills any kind of suspension of disbelieve. If developers don't care about their designs, why should I?