With all of the hullabaloo surrounding the release of Dragon’s Crown, the abundance of boobs and whether or not it is fair to judge a game by its art style, we are celebrating the history of boobs in videogames with this brief look back.
Should a videogame review take artistic style into account when grading the overall experience of a game? Where does artistic liberties end and when does commentary on current social issues take precedence? These are all important questions that have dominated the forums in recent days and if you have thoughts on the matter, this thread is for you. Remember, their eyes are up here.
Of course we’re going to start the gallery out with one of the most obvious choices with Lara Croft from Tomb Raider.[page]
She may be blue but even in the future they prefer their holographic women scantily clad from the Halo series.[page]
Ivy from Soul Calibur should get an award for being able to fight in such a conservative outfit.[page]
Because Juliet Starling from Lollipop Chainsaw knows that the best way to fight zombies is in a cheerleader outfit.[page]
What list about boobs would be complete without mentioning Leisure Suit Larry: Land of the Lounge Lizards.[page]
Many consider Final Fantasy VII to be the best in the series, I’m pretty sure it was because of Tifa’s boobs.[page]
Dead or Alive sure is filled to the brim with boobs and Tina is a perfect example.[page]
Zero Suit Samus has appeared in several Metroid games but remember that she took off her Power Suit for Super Smash Bros. Brawl as well.