Nothing sells better than partially naked, sexy chicks
in video games - and most of the new titles have them. It's even better when these girls are promoted to game heroines: I will always remember BloodRayne - a game I only played because I wanted to see the main character as much as I could. Otherwise it sucked - I payed for an interactive movie that offered nothing but tight clothes and that's pathetic, I know. But you will do the same - if you haven't done it already.
No, BloodRayne is not coming back, but something better seems to be happening: X-Blades. And that X, judging from the few released screenshots, is not there "just because" - we'll meet a new heroine that's going to fight against Lara Croft
, Nariko or Rayne for the sexiest game character ever. But it promises to come with a story, some features and other stuff to consider it a game.
For example, the heroine's name is Ayumi and she's planning to hack and slash her way through enemies, using all kinds of weapons, spells and so on. And that's about everything SouthPeak Games said about the game itself. But they talked a lot, just like I did, about Ayumi and it seems that she's the anime girl that puts the X in... triple X. Or not?
However, I must admit that this is another title I'll buy - BloodRayne is outdated and she wore too many clothes - Ayumi is semi naked. And I love that, even though she only wears a small top and some string underwear, she carries those huge and heavy moon boots. But, since this is an RPG game, we'll be able to buy her some equipment and cover those sexy tattoos around her bellybutton. But, again, who would buy such a game just to cover a body meant to be seductive and hot?