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Most Sexiest Female Games and Comics Characters

February 14, 2010

Sexy Female Game Characters

This is goes to all gamers worldwide XD. Who’s your top rated sexy female game characters? I’ve made some unordered lists of the most sexiest female characters taken from various game I’ve played. If you don’t find any of your favourites, at least enjoy the artworks and pics I found over the internet. Forget Barb Wire okay, she’s not on my lists 😛

So, who’s your hottest one? Almost forgot, Happy Valentine’s Day 🙂

Mai Shiranui – King Of Fighters

Mai ShiranuiMai Shiranui

A character from both the Fatal Fury and The King of Fighters series of fighting games by SNK (now SNK Playmore). In her mind, Andy Bogard, who studied Ninjutsu with her grandfather, Hanzo, is her fiancé. The relationship between the two is often ambiguous, usually on the part of Andy, who at times seems to suppress his feelings for her in favor of treating her like a little sister. She typically wears exceptionally low-cut blouses, dresses, and clothing to maximize the exposure of her cleavage, and most fight scenes involving Mai include several shots that focus especially on her breasts and buttocks.

Jill Valentine – Resident Evil

Jill Valentine

Jill ValentineJill Valentine

Remember the old Resident Evil Nemesis on PSX ? Jill Valentine, she is one of the protagonists in the original Resident Evil, where she is introduced as a member of the Special Tactics And Rescue Squad (STARS).[3] She returned as the protagonist in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, where she was no longer a member of STARS, merely a citizen trying to survive the viral outbreak in Raccoon City. Jill returned in Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles and Resident Evil 5, where she was a member of the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance (BSAA). Portrayed by Sienna Guillory, she appeared in the second cinematic adaption of the series, titled Resident Evil: Apocalypse and is also the protagonist in Resident Evil: Genesis, the mobile phone adaptation of the series.

Lara Croft – Tomb Raider

Lara CroftLara Croft

Lara CroftLara Croft

Lara Croft is an English fictional character and the protagonist of Eidos Interactive’s Tomb Raider video game series. Created by Toby Gard, the character has also appeared in comic books, novels and a series of animated short films, and has been played by Angelina Jolie in two feature films. Lara is generally presented as a beautiful, intelligent, athletic, and somewhat reckless English archaeologist-adventurer who frequently ventures into ancient and hazardous tombs and ruins.

Carla Valenti – Fahrenheit

Carla Valenti

Carla Valenti is the primary female protagonist in Fahrenheit, and is voiced by Barbara Scaff. Carla is a hardened and serious police lieutenant and detective inspector with the New York Police Department, and is Sgt. Tyler Miles’ partner. Carla is known among the other members of the NYPD for her intense work ethic and commitment to the job (to the point it appears excessive), but in reality her devotion to her work is, in part, her own way of compensating for her lack of any personal life and few friends (among which are Tyler, several NYPD colleagues and her neighbor Tommy). Carla is naturally inquisitive and completionist; tending to brood over cases which appear to go nowhere, and is prepared to spend long hours poring over evidence in the hopes of finding one vital clue which may have been missed.

She is claustrophobic – which is featured heavily in some gameplay sections.
In September of 2005, Valenti was featured in Playboy magazine’s second nude pictorial of female video game characters.  She was joined in the photo spread by Cassidy Sharp and Tala from Darkwatch, Alexa from 50 Cent: Bulletproof, Hellgate: London’s Avalon, a cheerleader from Blitz: The League, the Oracle from God of War, and one of the characters from Playboy: The Mansion.

Cat Woman




Selina Kyle’s early life was defined by tragedy. When she was just a girl, her brutalized mother Maria committed suicide and her violent father Brian drank himself to death not long after. Separated from her younger sister Magdalena and remanded to the Sprang Hall Juvenile Detention Center, an abusive state home for orphaned or delinquent girls, she opted instead to take her chances on the streets of Gotham City. Amid the crime and corruption of the poverty-stricken East End district, she survived through petty theft. Sharp wits and an amazing natural skill as a gymnast led to her becoming the slickest cat burglar the Gotham City Police Department had ever dealt with. To protect herself, she studied martial arts. Later ex-heavyweight champ Ted Grant (Wildcat) taught her boxing. For a time, she was the most accomplished thief nobody knew. She was also one of the most generous, spreading her ill-gotten gains among the downtrodden and destitute of the East End. She would have continued to rob with impunity if not for the Batman. Spying the Caped Crusader from her window on one of his first outings, she watched him in action and was suitably inspired to take up her own costume when prowling the Gotham night.

Kitana – Mortal Kombat


Kitana is a fictional character in the Mortal Kombat fighting game series. She made her debut in Mortal Kombat II.
Kitana’s first appearance, in the second Mortal Kombat tournament, was mysterious. She was introduced as Shao Kahn’s personal assassin and daughter, but it was hard to guess her true feelings or alignment, which were revealed to the Earthrealm warriors during the tournament. She was not the daughter of Shao Kahn, but in fact his stepdaughter, adopted by Kahn after he seized the realm of Edenia.

Kasumi – Dead Or Alive



Kasumi is a female ninja from the Dead or Alive video game series. Debuting in the first Dead or Alive, Kasumi is a ninja from the Mugen Tenshin Ninja Clan who became a runaway shinobi after she entered the first Dead or Alive Tournament in order to avenge her older brother, Hayate. She is also the older half-sister of Ayane.
One of the first three females that appeared in the series (alongside Lei Fang and Tina Armstrong), Kasumi seems to have become the unofficial flagship protagonist of the Dead or Alive series. Kasumi’s biggest trademarks are the sakura petals that blow in the wind around her, her Tant? dagger and her blue ninja outfit. According to series canon, she won the first tournament by defeating Raidou.

Mystique – X-Men



Mystique (Raven Darkhölme) is a fictional character associated with the Marvel Comics’ franchise, X-Men. Originally created by artist David Cockrum and writer Chris Claremont, she first appeared in Ms. Marvel #16.
Throughout most of her history, Mystique has been a supervillain, founding her own Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and assassinating several important people involved in mutant affairs. Mystique herself is a mutant, a shapeshifter whose natural appearance includes her blue skin and yellow eyes. At one point, she mentioned she is over 100 years old. Mystique is the mother of the villain Graydon Creed, the X-Men hero Nightcrawler, and foster mother of the hero Rogue. She was forced to abandon Nightcrawler, but raised Rogue for a number of years and the two women have mixed feelings towards one another.

Invisible Woman – Fantastic Four

Invisible WomanInvisible Woman

Invisible WomanInvisible Woman

Susan Storm Richards (also known as Invisible Girl and later, Invisible Woman) is a fictional character, a Marvel Comics superheroine created by writer Stan Lee and artist/co-writer Jack Kirby. The character first appeared in Fantastic Four #1 in November 1961, and was the first female superhero created by Marvel in the Silver Age of Comics. Like the other founding members of the Fantastic Four, Sue received her powers after being exposed to a cosmic storm. Her primary power deals with light waves, allowing her to render herself and others invisible. However, she can also project powerful fields of invisible psionic energy which she uses for a variety of offensive and defensive effects. Sue plays a central role in the lives of her brother, her husband, her children (Franklin Richards and Val Richards), and her friend, Ben Grimm.

Rayne – BloodRayne





Rayne, sometimes called Agent BloodRayne, is a fictional character in the BloodRayne series of video games. Created by Majesco Entertainment, she is the series’ titular protagonist, appearing in both games and later extended media, such as comic books and films related to the series. She has also appeared in other formats, such as an MTV music video and the first entry in Playboy’s “Gaming Grows Up” series of articles. In video games she is voiced by Laura Bailey in english, and Romi Park in Japanese. She was portrayed by Kristanna Loken in the first live action film, and by Natassia Malthe for its sequel.

Cortana – Halo



Cortana, UNSC Artificial Intelligence serial number CTN 0452-9, is a “smart” A.I. construct, or “Intelligent Agent”. She was one of the most important figures in the Human-Covenant War, and served as John-117’s partner in various combat missions, as well as serving as the A.I. for the United Nations Space Command Halcyon-class Cruiser Pillar of Autumn and the Orbital Defense Platform Cairo Station. In addition, she held vital data pertaining to the Halos, including the Activation Index from Alpha Halo.

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