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In case you can't view the image, or in case it escaped your notice, the background of the top half of the poster is a woman's chest and cleavage, with "Sin to Win," a skull, and the silhouettes of two women on their knees emblazoned across the skin as if a tattoo.
Shaker Knitmeapony points to additional coverage at The Escapist, and Shaker Scott points to Ars Technica.
Shaker Anna also emailed the link to Ars Technica with the note: "I'm honestly not sure where to start. It's bad enough that they are using mostly-naked women to sell video games—but to encourage outright predatory behavior and then reward it with a 'sinful night' with 'two hot babes' just makes my brain bluescreen. Even the ad has naked women posing around a presumably 'geeky' guy in a baggy t-shirt. It's just /sick/."
I don't know what else I can add to that.
[Previously: What More Could a Girl Want?, Again Let Us Contemplate Why There Are Not More Girl Gamers, Still Not Wanted: Girl Geeks, Over at Shakes Manor..., Liss Isn't the Only One Who Writes Letters, Fat Princess Greatest Hits, "Women are treated better than men online," says NerdBoobLoot-man, Rape for Sale.]