Japan's thing for all things girly and/or pretty isn't exactly the best-kept secret, and the West apparently loves muscley manliness. To an extent anyway.
These stereotypes have never been so obvious as they are in NIER, an action RPG born from Square Enix and developer Cavia. Released today across North America, the game's already been out in Japan for several days. In Japan, however, two versions were made available, with a Japanese PS3 exclusive referred to as NIER RepliCant.
The difference between that version and the international NIER Gestalt version for both PS3 and Xbox 360 is the protagonist. In the Japanese RepliCant edition, the hero is a young man with your usual feminine qualities that make him suitable for any J-RPG or anime, and the character Yonah is his little sister. The multiplatform version features an older, heavily built character that fits stereotypical Western tastes, and Yonah is his daughter.
Just for giggles, the scantily clad Kaine has previously been revealed to be a hermaphrodite, a tidbit that SE and Cavia likely hoped would attract attention. Apparently, she was possessed by a demon, which makes her swear a lot.
NIER RepliCant has already sold out in Japan, so you may not be able to find an import until Square Enix replenishes that supply. The Gestalt version is still available but also rather rare, as fewer copies were shipped in the first place. So far, only European and Japanese media outlets were able to review Square's attempt at wooing Western audiences, and the former have not been kind to NIER.