Quoted from kvan99:
You're free to do just that...and that's the point, It's a game that's going to be sold for mass consumption. So I don't understand why is suddenly sacrilegious to say the translite art (and if that translite is an indicator of the whole package) does not fit the theme.
PS: Also you're reading too much into it, it has nothing to do with the female role but rather the Anime style of it.
I would question "mass consumption," as this was a personal project that generated enough interest to look at "commercial" production. But we aren't talking about Star Wars, Pirates of the Caribbean, or some other instantly recognizable copyrighted theme. And I think many would question the idea the translite art doesn't fit the theme without being in Scott's head and knowing what his vision of the theme is. As he seems quite happy with how it reflects on the theme of his machine, so other's opinions are fine, but really what they are saying it doesn't fit their own vision of the theme.