9/06/2008

Top 20 Chicks in Games part II

You should first check Top 20 Chicks in Games part I

Rank 15: Paine (Final Fantasy X-2)


Paine, who only appears in Final Fantasy X-2, is designed by Tetsuya Nomura. The character is voiced by Megumi Toyoguchi in the Japanese language version and by Gwendoline Yeo in the English language localization. She is eighteen years old, and uses a sword for combat.
As part of one of Final Fantasy X-2's side-quests, the player can collect from around the world of Spira Key Items called "Crimson Spheres". These spheres document Paine's experiences as a warrior-fighter for the Crimson Squad, which was intended to be an elite unit to surpass the Crusaders; the best members were to be assigned to lead Crusader chapters across Spira. These spheres reveal that Paine had been the recorder for a group of candidates named Nooj, Baralai, and Gippal, the game's present day leaders of the Youth League, New Yevon, and the Machine Faction, respectively.

Rank 14: Eva (Metal Gear Solid)


During the events of Metal Gear Solid 3, EVA is a female spy in the service of the People's Republic of China (more specifically, the Chinese branch of The Philosophers) sent to retrieve the Philosophers' Legacy. EVA uses her charm and good looks to win over the trust of Snake and his enemies. A few hints of her true origins are made in the beginning of Operation Snake Eater when she meets Snake. When they meet she reveals that her pistol is a Chinese copy of a Mauser C96. She also uses a technique that uses the muzzle jump to create a horizontal sweep.
On 20th July 2007, during the 20th anniversary presentations for the Metal Gear series, it was revealed that EVA will be present in Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots.

Rank 13: Yuna (Final Fantasy)


Yuna is the female protagonist in both Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 of the Final Fantasy console role-playing game series from Square Enix. She has also made cameo appearances in Kingdom Hearts II.
Born in Bevelle and brought up on the island of Besaid, at the start of Final Fantasy X, Yuna is a reserved, intelligent and serious girl whose formal attire contrasts sharply with Tidus' more outgoing appearance. Yuna is a summoner of Yevon and has the ability to summon powerful creatures known as "aeons". She is mild in demeanor and soft-spoken, but harbors no doubt in herself or in her mission to destroy Sin, and usually manages to conceal any feelings of sadness from others. She is also half-Al Bhed on her mother's side, and consequently has heterochromatic irises: one blue and one green.

Rank 12: The Boss (Metal Gear Solid 4)


The Boss (aka The Joy) is a legendary American soldier, the founder and leader of the Cobra unit, and is known as the mother of the US special forces. According to her tombstone seen in the ending, she was born in the 1920s. She is known in Russia as Voyevoda, literally meaning The Warlord. In June of 1944, mostly during World War II, she led the Cobra unit to victory at the Battle of Normandy. She was pregnant at the time with a baby fathered by The Sorrow and gave birth to a baby boy on the battlefield via a messy caesarian section that left her with a long, snaking scar across her abdomen. The baby was taken by the Philosophers and would later grow up to be the man known as Revolver Ocelot.

Rank 11: Cortana (Halo)


Cortana is a fictional artificially intelligent (AI) character in the Halo series of video games. Voiced by Jen Taylor, she appears in Halo: Combat Evolved and its sequels, Halo 2 and Halo 3, as well the novels Halo: The Flood, Halo: The Fall of Reach, Halo: First Strike, and Halo: Ghosts of Onyx. During gameplay, Cortana provides back story and tactical information to the player, who assumes the role of the Master Chief. In the story, she is instrumental in preventing the activation of the Halo installations, which would have destroyed all sentient life in the galaxy.

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2 comments:

darkbahamut said...

Paine isnt Char of FF Spirits Within but FF X-2 (hehehe)

RaduU said...

I did more research and you are right . It's my fault that I didn't searched too much . Ty for the feedback , much appreciated .