Thursday, September 5, 2013

Prepare Your Cleavage for Virtual Battle with Girl Fight

In a time when women are struggling for positive depictions of women in comic books and film to combat this horrific wave of over sexualized pop-idol party nymphs, we are presented with a new video game called Girl Fight.

Developed by Kung Fu Factory, Girl Fight is an arcade-style 3D fighting game featuring a cast of woman warriors who have been abducted by a shadowy corporation to experiment on the potential Psi Powers of these deadly ladies.  As part of their virtual reality experimentation, each fighter creates a unique arena based on their respective life memories bringing a vivid backstory for each character.

Sounds nifty, right? I would have been sold on this alone, were it not for the ridiculous lesbionic image emblazoned across the game's cover (to your left, in case you missed it.) Cheap ploy for a male dominated video game system's attention, I'd say. I guess they have no interest in your lady gamer dollars, though I'm sure a percentage of you ladies would play if the payoff was digital groping for the victor. Prev. Reverb sends over some gameplay footage and images that may sway your opinion, if you aren't already too annoyed to continue. We couldn't dump that trailer on here, as it needed to be behind an age gate and we don't have that super power, so here's another trailer. No clothing is torn off here, so...I guess that's a step in the right direction...

Ohai boobs...

Doing battle in high heels, tiny, too small for anyplace outside of an anime convention bikini tops, fishnets and panties. ~sigh~ So how do the creators get away with such trashiness these days? By saying the fights go down in a virtual reality devised by their captors. Pretty slick. Press X and half circle to avoid female rage.

Girl Fight will be available for download on the Xbox LIVE® online entertainment network from Microsoft as an arcade game for the Xbox 360® games and entertainment system from Microsoft and PlayStation®Network in September 2013.

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