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Old 10-14-06, 09:45 PM
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Top Video Game Vixens…thoughts?

This month’s playboy has an article (well…pics too) of several upcoming video gaming girls…including those from God of War, Splinter Cell, Scarface, and a few others. Not sure where they got the images from (I haven’t seen any birthday suits in the games I play…but maybe there’s unlock codes out there?)

Anyways, this leads me to my question. Who do you think is the hottest video game chick, past, present, or future?

Looking to keep a tally, so short replies are good…but feel free to mention a few if you’re undecided.
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Old 10-14-06, 09:48 PM
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Lara Croft

Next question, where are the playboy pics?
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I'll see your Lara Croft and raise you the girls of DOA. Can't get much better than hot girls with swords.

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Jessica in her Magic Bikini in Dragon Quest VIII.
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Jessica in her Magic Bikini in Dragon Quest VIII.
She could perform Puff-Puff on me anytime!
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How in the world is a video game character considered 'hot'? I've never understood this. They're not real.
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How in the world is a video game character considered 'hot'? I've never understood this. They're not real.
Some people are just too desperate and/or horny. I never understood how a bunch of polygons and pixels bunched together in the shape of a female is considered hot either. If I want to see a hot girl, I go to one of the millions of free porn sites; I don't turn on a video game console.
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Old 10-15-06, 03:47 AM
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Al Gore invented the internet so that people could look up free porn.


I'd rather do that than lust over a VG character.
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Old 10-15-06, 09:00 AM
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Originally Posted by abrg923
How in the world is a video game character considered 'hot'? I've never understood this. They're not real.

They are about as real as the other girls seen in Playboy. What is the real difference between electronic female forms and plastic girls airbrushed and printed on glossy paper?
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Old 10-15-06, 10:28 AM
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Originally Posted by kgrogers1979
Some people are just too desperate and/or horny. I never understood how a bunch of polygons and pixels bunched together in the shape of a female is considered hot either. If I want to see a hot girl, I go to one of the millions of free porn sites; I don't turn on a video game console.
To be fair 99% of the chicks on those millions of porn sites aren't hot either.

Actually, Lara Croft is the only answer since she has always had a "real" counterpart. The model they used for Legend is amazing.
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Actually, Lara Croft is the only answer since she has always had a "real" counterpart. The model they used for Legend is amazing.
Pics?
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Originally Posted by dom56
Jessica in her Magic Bikini in Dragon Quest VIII.
Don't forget Tao from Shining Force.

I agree, a video game character, especially now, is only slightly less fake than your average centerfold [and this from a long time Playboy subscriber]. And too much of porn is exceedingly graphic and leaves nothing to the imagination, I'm sorry, a speculum-cam is not erotic in the slightest to me.
I don't know if they're 'hot' in a 'real life' sense, but there are definitely some I enjoy looking at.
Those of you saying "How can this be?", have you ever appreciated a Frazetta or Boris or Olivia work?

I think Playboy does this each year, I recall one last year as well. At least it's slightly more mature than the PSM swimsuit editions.
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Old 10-15-06, 08:35 PM
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Pics?
Nevermind.
http://www.tombraiderchronicles.com/...ibe/index.html

Although they're all great, this photoshoot is of particular interest: http://www.tombraiderchronicles.com/...eshoot_01.html

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Wha-? So you're Karima Adebibe? If so, you are stunning!

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Marle from Chrono Trigger has an attack in which she pats her butt and wags it at the enemy. The attack is called "confuse."

Wins points in my book.
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Originally Posted by jon-w9
They are about as real as the other girls seen in Playboy. What is the real difference between electronic female forms and plastic girls airbrushed and printed on glossy paper?
Gee, I don't know...one is a human being, and one isn't?
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Gee, I don't know...one is a human being, and one isn't?

Which one is the human?
One is ink on paper painted to look human, the other is 1s and 0s programmed to look human.
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That would be me
I think so.
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Old 10-16-06, 04:30 PM
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Originally Posted by jon-w9
Which one is the human?
One is ink on paper painted to look human, the other is 1s and 0s programmed to look human.
No...one is a photograph of a human, touched up to hide their flaws (never said I agreed with that), and the other is a fictional video game character.
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Old 10-17-06, 12:47 PM
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Originally Posted by abrg923
No...one is a photograph of a human, touched up to hide their flaws (never said I agreed with that), and the other is a fictional video game character.
So if it is a video game character based on a non-fictional person, then it would be ok?
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