The place of women in the gaming world is a topic of discussion and controversy today. Certainly most female characters in video games are attractive; they have to be larger-than-life and ostentatious in some way to inspire feelings from the audience. Just like film and television, video games have their low points of objectification, but there are also plenty of strong, independent female characters that broaden the concept of being sexy to a realm just beyond the physical. The whole thing raises questions about the place of women in video games and how they should be portrayed. For every well-developed sexy woman whose attractiveness is an integral part of their personality, there's a blatant fanservice character that exists purely as eye candy for viewer to ogle.
Yuna (Final Fantasy X)
For as long as there have been video games there have been hot female characters. Though, as graphics technology has improved these hotties have been brought to life in a way that has made us question what is real. We appreciate a good looking gaming character, and in this feature you'll find 25 of the hottest female video game characters ever designed. Note that these are in alphabetical order. Series: King of Fighters.
We gotta say, game designers are very lucky to be able to conjure up babes for a living, creating the ideal woman with every character they design. Those lucky horn dogs have it made, fantasizing about how to create the hottest woman alive to be both badass and sexy as hell! Here are some of the hottest female video game characters for you viewing enjoyment, starting with a votable list from our partners at Ranker. The cold-blooded blonde assassin is hard core and super hot, as she kills her enemies with high heels and her bra showing! Man, Dead or Alive has some of the hottest female characters around! Half vampire, half human, Agent Rayne is good at killing vampires, being sexy and looking sexy while killing vampires.
Female game characters have come a long way since the days where Lara Croft and Princess Peach were the only ones flying the feminine flag, and the results are rather awe-inspiring. As developers and the industry as a whole finally realise that girls that play games aren't a myth, there's been a huge shift in female representation in games. Gone are the days where female characters are just glassy-eyed dolls, damsels in distress or mere extensions of the main character. Female heronies and characters have become to be more like, you know, real women. Some developers struggle to pull it off, some insist curves and personality are too difficult to do at once, and some are too busy tweaking their jiggle physics engines to notice.