Yesterday, we brought you a list of gaming’s hottest dudes, brought to you by local pop culture blogger Noelle Adams, better known to her swathes of adoring fans as pfangirl. We chose her because she’s got her finger on the pulse of what’s hot in modern media, and knows a fine piece of man-ass when she sees it. We could easily have just gotten our own Ian Felmore to do the list, but apparently he was having his nails done.
Today we bring you the sexiest girls in gaming, although why I’ve been chosen to do this is beyond me. Those of you who possess a strong enough constitution to follow my Twitter feed would know that I get turned on by just about anything.
Unlike Noelle, I have chosen a character that’s entered the video game realm from other media, mostly because I can. I’ve tried to avoid fighting game femmes, who seem to be designed to be overtly sexual, sporting that slow-motion boob physics that made Baywatch one of the most popular TV shows ever made. Yes, I’m looking at you, Dead or Alive. As with the last one, this list is highly subjective – so don’t come moaning to me wondering why your favourite isn’t on my list. Here are my 10, in no particular order.
Harley Quinn (Arkham Asylum)
Her face is heavily plastered in jester make-up, she speaks with an annoying tri-state accent, and she’s criminally insane. Despite all of those, Arkham Asylum’s Harley Quinn gave me serious wood. I can’t quite put my finger on why, though it might be the whole gothic Lolita leather get-up. Who knows?
Borderlands’ lithe, cell -shaded siren Lilith provided much pleasant eye-candy in an otherwise desolate wasteland. Whenever somebody else in my party played as Lilith, I couldn’t help but be distracted by her ample cleavage and lovely posterior.
Samus Aran (Metroid)
Metroid’s Samus Aran is generally shown in her hulking, not particularly sexy armour. She only recently gained a voice and character in Metroid: Other M, and proved to be quite whiny and emo. Why’s she on this list then? For starters, she’s able to contort her body in to the shape of a ball. That’s really, really, really flexible. Think about that for a second, and then imagine the possibilities.
Last Updated: March 25, 2011