In a popular re-imaging of the box art of the game Mirror's Edge by a Korean fan, the protagonist has a considerably larger chest size, sports a new hairstyle, and her entire facial structure has been altered "to suit the East Asian standard of beauty." According to a kotaku.com article (Ashcraft, 2008), the producer of the game was unpleased with the character's new look.
"I remember when I first had that image sent to me. To be honest, I found it kind of sad. We've spent time in developing Faith. And the important thing for us was that she was human, that she was more real.
We really wanted to get away from the typical portrayal of women in games, that they're all just kind of tits and ass in a steel bikini. We wanted her to look athletic and fit and strong [enough] that she could do the things that she's doing.
We wanted her to be attractive, but we didn't want her to be a supermodel. We wanted her to be approachable and far more real. It was just kind of depressing that someone thinks it would be better if Faith was a 12-year-old with a boob job. That was kind of what that image looked to me."
Her formerly strong, angry gaze was replaced with large, almost frightened eyes, and her chin was narrowed and her jaw softened, to make her appear more feminine. What was before an unusual face with striking features was altered to resemble the generic, stereotypically attractive look of a common anime character.