Not sure what all the fuss is about with this supposed sexism in Video Games. Look at this woman here, she has a successful career showing her various body parts for money AND she also presented at The Golden Joystick Awards 2012.

Bet her current favourite game is that import copy of Max Anarchy she spent £80 on from Play-Asia.  Bet she tweets loads about playing as Sasha and how to unlock Zero, hope so as it could be very handy for rubbish players.

Tomorrow:  How the “Industry” really isn’t all about rampant hypocrisy.  And something about NiGHTS Into Dreams HD.

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3 Responses to “WOMEN IN GAMES: PRESENTING VIDEO GAMES AWARDS”

  1. How can there be no comments about this awesome photo? I don’t know.

  2. The party left the building a while ago. Anyhow, this is absolute prime example of stunning sexiness. Love the cat shots on this one, meow!

  3. Hello. I’m afraid to say, regarding the ‘party’, I collapsed outside on the front lawn sometime in the small hours and have only just managed to crawl back inside. Going to go curl up in the cupboard under the stairs, let me know when it’s all over, yeah?
    If you liked the picture above, I see from the link to her tweets she has photographic proof that she can balance an Xbox controller on her bosoms, I therefore fully expect play-asia to start importing these novelty controller stands asap. Maybe a version that’s made to look like Fassbender’s wang could be sold as well, so that it’s not sexist?

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