Digital double-D's in video games? Just not doing it like the real things.
The problem with me is that rather than try to be sexy, most games end up being slutty like DOA
but i also like my virtual women to be busty and beautiful @CaptainHavok you must be a prude cause GOW Aphrodite was one sexy bisexual woman
There are ways to make a game sexy, it's just that developers haven't figured out how to do it yet! One problem is that they try to make characters seem like some mythical goddess, when they should just keep it simple and make a character we can all relate to. Lara Croft is a joke in my book! When the first game came out, she did a few things that gamers liked... primarily crawling on all fours. They changed that! With the advances in graphical power, I thought they would have fixed her face to look more like a normal person, but she still looks like an alien! It just shocks me that they haven't realized that not updating the character and gameplay are hurting the game. DOA tried to get in tune with everyone's sexual side. The girls were meant to fit pretty much everyone's fetish. Even the DOA extreme game was meant to do the same, where if you listen to the stuff they say, it can be translated to something sexual. For instance, one of the girls says, "Easy now, not too fast!" If you don't get that one, you must be a virgin! On the other side, the guys are suppose to be the type of guys that women want... I guess! Anyway, hopefully one day they will figure it out! I am sick of games that screw themselves up trying to throw in sexiness while the rest of the game suffers!
"Digital double-D's in video games? Just not doing it like the real things" Thus, 3D gaming is born.
Agreed, God of War is filled with boobs, none of them sexy.
Aphrodite is pretty hot imo Xd
god of war doesnt try to attract gamers by trying to make the game sexy the game is already awesome...its just an feature whereas bayonetta is cheaply trying to satisfy idiots who buy the game.... but at least aphrodite was hot :P
http://www.nbrid.net/images... Not to mention that some video game chicks make for some good cosplay http://fc09.deviantart.net/... But I know what he means. Most of the time, the sexiness is fail. The thing is, it's not like that in every video game. Some devs get it right, like Naughty Dog with Chloe.
Cosplay is different, those are real, sexy women.
Based off of video game characters......
@ Shoko - Yeah, but the point the author is making still stands, that videogames just cannot emulate what the real thing can do.
Outfits can be sexy. Polygons? Eh.
You better not be talking shit about the Dark Queen from Battletoads. Otherwise, I agree. And what's with the random Scott Pilgrim-bashing?
I thought those bosses from Metal Gear Solid 4 were pretty sexy, haha.
I had lots of fun playing around with costumes in SoulCalibur 4 :) And Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 was filled with sexy bouncy boobs.
I dunno, Crysis 2 looks pretty sexy. As does Gran Turismo 5.
I just played Soulcalibur IV, and the game I'm looking most forward to is Gran Turismo 5. Especially the last one is a very, very sexy game, so pardon me if I like sexy videogames.
Besides, what is more real: A videogame character (or in my case car) or a wealthy woman from Americas west coast? Polygons VS Plastic
Sexy yeah, but not too much then it would be dumb.
He's not looking hard enough.
Anyone who talks poorly about Scott Pilgrim is a fail.
Funny that developers sometimes go out of their way to make the female characters sexy, but others manage to make the male characters sexy without even trying, or at least not trying very hard it seems. For example, I don't think Naughty Dog actually wanted to make Nathan Drake sexy yet he totally is and he's on just about every top ten list of the sexiest male video game characters. Same thing with Ubisoft when it comes to Sam Fisher. The word "sexy" - whether it's applied in video games or in real life - isn't always synonymous with big boobs or big muscles... :)
Blame it all on the gamer.. *We demanded for bigger busts sizes and perfectly proportioned anatomies of all CGI based fantasy women, *We also demanded a lot of optional skimpy fetishistic clothing as much as possible to be used in certain levels of the game. Am I'm very sure *We would demand to see more nudity and even on some occasions simulated sex. Just the truth, so there.
Heavy rain pulled it off perfectly
Probably Tomb Raider started all this mumbo jumbo...just look how many games have become because of that...hot chicks with guns dont fit in many games (also movies). Guns -> men only (Just look at Terminator 3..if the TX wasnt a women the movie would be so much cooler)
I don't think games should stop being sexy. I think games should stop trying so hard to be sexy. In Uncharted 2 Elina (that not right is it?) was a very sexy girl but she didn't have to wear skin tight clothes or bikinis to do it. Bayonetta was spreading her legs and pushing out her butt every second she had chance. Also there was no need for her to talk or act like a hooker. She could have had a sexy voice without making a sexual innuendo every 2 seconds. You don't have to try so hard to make a woman sexy. Be subtle. Or it becomes creepy and uncomfortable
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