It really is inevitable: If there's nudity of a celebrity to be found, it will be found.
As anyone who plays Beyond: Two Souls knows, nudity is not a primary draw. There are times when Jodie Holmes, played by actress Ellen Page, is naked (like in a shower scene), but it's very tastefully done and never fully revealing. In fact, you can't see much of anything in the retail copy; only in the debug/hacked version can you pan the camera to check out certain intimate parts of her body.
However, that hasn't stopped various nude pics of the virtual Ellen Page showing up all over the Internet. And now, according to various sources including Kotaku , Sony is trying to get rid of all those screenshots. Said a Sony representative in response to one of these pic postings:
"The images are from an illegally hacked console and is very damaging for Ellen Page. It's not actually her body. I would really appreciate if you can take the story down to end the cycle of discussion around this."
Sony is apparently doing this for "legal reasons," so the scuttlebutt is that they may be facing a lawsuit leveled by Page. Once again, something stupid hinders an artistically fantastic production.
Related Game(s): Beyond: Two Souls