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‘Realistic’ Video Game Girls Look Really Great to Us [GALLERY]


Bikini Girl 2 has released a collection of classic video game beauties done up all realistic–because is anti-bulimia, and we guess this is one of those things where video games are inherently misogynistic because the women in them often look like the ladies in comic books. Bad, video games, bad.

But we’re pretty happy with most of these gals. Some of the targets are a little weird. We wouldn’t admit to ever lusting after the original Nabaroo from The Legend of Zelda, and Halo 4’s AI entity Cortana has always seemed like a big girl to us. A sexy big girl, too, but still felt compelled to make her bigger. We’re perfectly happy with the results.

Same with Rikku from Final Fantasy X-2, and Helena Douglas from Dead or Alive 5. Bikini Girl from Grand Theft Auto V resembles Jessica Simpson. All of these “realistic” gals look like any hot sex symbol if they just hung out with COED editors for a week and got fed the kind of crap that we live on every day. Is that so horrible?

We think it’s a little unfair to make a big girl version of Tomb Raider‘s Lara Croft, though. That gal is constantly working out, and her outsized breasts have already been adjusted by a vigilant video game industry. Sonya Blade from Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe also seems to have been unfairly fattened. We’d still be proud to be seen out with her realistic version, of course. She’d protect us from scary people in dark allies.

Anyway, take a look for yourself. We think is kind of off the mark here–but maybe they’ll be happy that we’re still happy to ogle these babes after plenty of extra pounds. Heck, that’s one of our favorite things about sexy cosplay

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J.R. Taylor has spent several years covering all aspects of pop culture for prestigious publications. Well, they were prestigious. Contact me: @google+ @twitter @email @website