"Soak yourself in girl power with Sierra's upcoming Croft killer."
The jury's still out on whether or not Rubi, the voluptuous, acrobatic star of Sierra's third-person innuendo, Wet, can pull off a strapless Versace number, but YVG's pretty sure she can handle herself in a firefight. A brief, very early demo of the action extravaganza definitely has our interest piqued, and they're not just referring to her ability to lounge in a bathtub.
Besides, Wet is more about getting your hands dirty than your body clean. The game's script was penned by one of the lead writers from the seminal television action drama 24, though the stylized look borrows just as heavily from cool-cat Tarantino tale Kill Bill. Rather than running down terrorists or sticking it to her ex-gang mates, Rubi is a government-approved mercenary, a legal gun for hire. As such, her assignments can be considered "wet works," an old Cold War euphemism for covert, special-op assassinations.