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Submitted by Pozzle 396d ago | opinion piece

9 Badass Female Game Heroes That Changed Everything

WC: Over the years gaming has evolved from being the shut-in’s favourite pastime to the most expensive and engaging medium on the planet, with a cavalcade of characters that have (mostly) matured alongside.

The Tomb Raider of 2014 is almost a completely different character – especially aesthetically – to that of the old triangular-chested explorer of the 90′s, and we’re all the better off for it. Sure for every strong female lead who isn’t bouncing around like the Dead or Alive girls there’s another who’s barely wearing more than a fragment of denim and a tissue-bra, but for the most part gaming’s current heroines are not looked down upon so much by the majority of players. (Bayonetta, Final Fantasy X, Mass Effect, PC, PS3, Resident Evil, The Last Of Us, Tomb Raider, Xbox 360)

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