Left = Aya from The 3rd Birthday, right = Nina from Death by Degree
Nina from Death by Degree doesn't consider have the clothes damage system, because her clothes ripped after some fighting scenes that trigger when you proceed to certain area, but the idea is already there.
Previously Square Enix's The 3rd Birthday is a best known game that has this clothes ripping system. After Aya (the character you control) get certain amount of damage during the battle her costume can get ripped until few little clothes left on her body.
See all her costumes before and after ripped
Beside this, many games like Queen's Blades, Ikki Tousen for PSP have it as well, and seems this system liked by many players from Asian (not sure how about Western gamers because I didn't get much feedback from my research, leave me your opinion would be great)
One of a popular fighting games, The King of Fighters has the "minor" clothes ripping in the KoF' 95 when you beat Yuri or King with a special move (Art of Fighting has it too?). This idea has been removed since KoF' 96 all the way to the King of Fighters XIII released in 2010, the female's "clothes ripping" comes back.
Here's the video of Iori super combo'd on King and the last hit did exactly like tearing her clothes off.
Alright, it wasn't a big deal actually, but I think people will curious in the future made of clothes ripping, and it's just in my view of the market's "requirement" in this and even next generation gaming, whether clothes ripping "system" or not, this kind of scenes are going to be common and normal. Lets just wait and see how games creators fulfill players desire.