The 10 Video Game Women We Most Respect



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  1. What?! No Ada Wong from Resident Evil? I’ve seen a few people mention Jill Valentine, although I do respect her, Ada would gracefully kick dat a**, look stunning while doin’ it, and peace out into the shadows ’till next time.

  2. ~ Lara Croft is a very good game- so excited about new game XD


  4. What? The Boss is not on this list? Fail.

  5. Not putting GLaDOS on this list is understandable.

    Not putting Cortana on this list is dissappointing.

    Not putting The Boss from MGS3 on this list is AN INSULT.

    You are either highly incompetent and/or don’t know enough about videogames to be making a decent list.

    • And you are not smart enough to know that everyone is entitled to their own opinion!

  6. Well, at least you didn’t COMPLETELY botch this list by including Jade, Alyx, and Samus (but Samus was a given, you know just as well as we all do that you put her at the top from the start and “researched” nine other women to make a list of the “Top 9 Video Game Women BESIDES Samus Aran”)

  7. Were is commander Jane Shepard?

  8. Cate Archer FTW!

  9. Morrigan from dragon age origins? Anyone?

  10. While I agree with the number 1 choice, in the first Metroid game it is actually possible to find out Samus is a woman. Beating the game in under 3 hours leaves you with a “treat” that pretty much gives away she is a female…

    • The key there is “…the first time we played through Metroid” No one beat that game in under three hours on the first try.

  11. where is Lightning of FFXIII???

  12. damn! how can u 4get nina williams from tekken…..

  13. Miranda Lawson?

    • i trust Jack over Miranda.

  14. No Chun-Li? Street Fighter’s a highly popular fighting game series so I’m beyond shocked that she didn’t get a mention considering she was the first fighting game female that didn’t need to be rescued.

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