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Saints Row 3 Hot Female Character Formulasl __LINK__

The developers of Saints Row also must have realized early on that plenty of women were just as interested in wrecking shit up in videogames as men. Unlike GTA (which has yet to include a female player character) Saints Row games allow you to customize your character right down to their voice. When I wrote about Saints Row The Third I pointed out that the developers were clearly trying to acknowledge their female players, but were a bit off the mark. There were lots of "sexy" options and lots of ill-fitting masculine options, but very little in between. Although you might hear some people criticizing Saints Row IV for recycling assets from Saints Row The Third, there is a plethora of new fashion that satisfies just about every little gripe I had. And oh, the hairstyles. Whoever is responsible for these gorgeous hairstyles needs to conduct a workshop at Bethesda ASAP because goddamn is this some of the best videogame hair I've ever seen (while Bethesda's are often some of the worst).

Saints Row 3 Hot Female Character Formulasl

If there's anything I liked more than the wacky sci-fi parody, it was that this game treated every character exactly the same. Male, female, in between or other. You can play as a woman with a man's voice. A man with a woman's voice and woman's haircut. You can create approximations of any imaginable bipedal character/person you'd like. And no matter what, you can "romance" ladies or fellas, whatever floats your boat.

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While the casual observer may assume so, most GTA gamers know that is not the case. Sure, there are no playable female characters since the series is influenced by the real-life underworld and crime thrillers.

Yet, it would be wrong to say that the GTA series does not have influential female characters. This list includes a few such characters who leave a lasting impression and significantly impact the storyline.

GTA 3 was a genre-defining game in the GTA series not just due to the transition to 3D but also because of the introduction of an entirely new universe, which subsequent games would follow up. The game was very cinematic, with a unique narrative and prominent female characters.

HuniePop revolves around you, the "I can't get a date to save my life" archetype, and a love fairy named Kyu, who just so happens to take pity on your virgin soul and offers guidance on how to approach, talk to, and woo various sexy women around town. The game allows you to choose between a male and female character, though you don't ever get to see them, but the girls respond to you based on what your sex is. It's not a huge change though, so don't expect a crazy different game based on what sex you choose to play as. Instead it's minor changes like "I like a guy who knows his way around" to "I like a girl who knows her way around." Either way, having the option is nice.

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