NSFW Gamer’s Girl of the Week – Ivy Valentine

NSFW Gamer’s Girl of the Week – Ivy Valentine

If you’re anything like me, you’ve been walking so far down memory lane with Soul Calibur II HD this week that you forgot what other well-tread game roads look like. But what can I say? This is the one that got mehooked to the Soul series in the first place. Though it’s had its stumbles on the most recent generation of consoles, it’s still a solid series, and I finally get to master the axe-wielding badassery of Spawn.

But real star of the show has to be miss Isabella ‘Ivy’ Valentine. Her wicked laughter, dominatrix persona, and banging body make you want to conquer her over and over again. And due to the miracles of alchemy, she hasn’t aged in seventeen years! How could she be more to die for? Say it with me: Hail to the Queen!

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5 Responses to “NSFW Gamer’s Girl of the Week – Ivy Valentine”

  1. CmdVolken says:

    Two pages of Ivy, I barely survived the first. Also, one of the best tech fighters in a videogame. Excellent choice!

  2. glcorp says:

    Devil amazing choice man, and great pics well done sir!

  3. DevilSugar says:

    *takes a bow* Thank you, thank you! Though I must admit Geist found a lot of the prettier Cheesecake pics. On a related note, does anyone think the general fighting mechanics in 2 and 3 are tighter than 4 and 5? Or am I just looking through rose-colored glasses at my admittedly preferred favorite entries?

  4. Bloodfart says:

    Actually I thought the side stepping feature was better in the original Soul Cal’. The auto facing of later titles chipped away at that goodness. And if there was a disable Star Wars button on 4, I’d be all the happier with said game. Didn’t bother with 5, so I dunno.

    As for the actual fighting mechanics being tighter… it’s possible, but the move set was a lot simpler too.

    On topic of Miss Valentine, nice selection. I want that top image plastered on my wall. (Also happy when I nab yet another feature :D)

    Definitely a lass worthy of said honor.

  5. DevilSugar says:

    heehee, Admittedly, Pantyhamster, when I saw your work of her, I immediately set to work on the list to form a sort of preferential order. Biased, you say? Why yes I am, and shamelessly at that.

    I’ll have to agree that there were fewer bridging complexities in 2 and 3. After all, Project Soul had yet to include a meter system at the time. I couldn’t agree more about 4, it was just one giant step-in-poo. Short story mode, long to the point of uninteresting tower challenges (that were completely unskippable!), and a step back in customization from the awesome way it was handled in 3… I had many sads following that game.

    Five is definitely worth its $20 price tag, I would call it a return-to-form for the series. All we need now is the return of Chronicles of the Sword (or something similar) for a great cooperative multiplayer experience.