TGH’s Top 8 Hottest Video Game Babes of 2013
Each year video games have increased visuals, graphical fidelity and aesthetics that tend to let you undergo different emotional states as the story of the game progresses. Moreover in combination with gameplay mechanics, the overall experience makes you believe what the characters believe and feel what they feel. As 2013 was filled with amazing games, we here at The Gamer Headlines decided to focus on one feeling in particular and bring you our Top 8 of the hottest video game babes for the last year.
Even though some of you might be mad, Elizabeth didn’t make it in the top eight. Her cartoonist traits and the fact that she dresses in a Disney-princess style of clothing, just doesn’t make the word ‘hot’ pop-up in your mind. However, as you spend quite a lot of time with her in the game and because there are some amazing real-life cosplays of Elizabeth, she receives our special ‘Honorary Hot’ badge, which she can wear while in your dreams.
Living in the crowded post-apocalyptic underground ‘world’ can be pretty tough. However, as sex is known to bring the tension and stress levels of a person down, we are happy to see that Anna could actually provide us with just that. However, she is pretty easy to get, thus losing a bit of her ‘sexiness’ and charm and leaving her at number eight.
Speaking of women that are tough and hard to get, we can’t exclude Tess from our list. Although not as hot in the direct sense of the word, Tess makes us love her via her seemingly numb character harmed by the post-apocalyptic fight for survival. Her great smile and her ability to shoot people in the head give Tess from the Last of Us the seventh place in our list.
If you are searching for hot video game babes, fighting games are the first place to check. Featured in other Tekken titles as well, the Tekken Revolution version of Eliza is an exclusive playable character in the game chosen by fans at the San Diego Comic Con. As you want to see her more often and we do tend to like sexy babe vampires, Eliza takes the sixth place in our list.
One of the main reasons many people played Remember Me, except the interesting game scenario and gameplay, was the notorious memory hunter Nilin. Because of her nicely designed body and her fighting skills Nilin is one of the hottest playable video game female characters of all time. However, in our list for 2013 she only makes it to the fifth place.
As mentioned earlier, if you need to find a hot video game character, you have to turn to a fighting game. If you are in a real need of a game full of hot playable fighting babes to drool over, then Dead or Alive is your game. Although Kokoro took the fourth place as our choice, you may feel free to replace her with any girl from Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate of your choice.
Probably because of the fact we love Ellen Page too much, or because of the highly controversial hidden completely nude scenes found in the game, Jodie from Beyond: Two Souls takes the bronze in our top 8 of the hottest video game babes of 2013.
The mandatory hot chick in the newest addition in the franchise DmC Devil May Cry, Kat does far more to impress just visually. She is sweet and innocent and is able to make your dream far nicer things than demons and nightmares. The silver is for her!
Even though you’d probably knew it even before opening the article, the trivial and infamous, yet sexy newly rendered Lara Croft is the video game character to beat. Far different from the previous, the new Lara is not such a tough gal and learns to go through the pain in order to survive. That and of course her beautifully rendered hot body made her number one in our list of top 8 of the hottest video game babes for 2013.
Do you agree with our list? Do you think we have missed out on a hot video game babe the past year?
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