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Hottest Babes and Games of Spring 2013
The seasons go by so fast. We all need a breather every once in a while though. That means taking the time to admire some of the hottest BotDs (Babe of the Days) we’ve seen during spring of 2013. Most of you are fully aware that the summer is just the dullest period for us gamers. Luckily, the exquisiteness of our BotDs is here to help us through this dry-ish gaming season.
However, as much as we appreciate the power of babeness, we are all gamers here, so corresponding to the hottest babes are the ‘most played’ games during spring. Well, just so we’re clear on this, the babes are sorted according to their ranking. Remember, this isn’t exactly our choice of top babes. You guys voted for them over the months, so, once again, these are the top-ranking few.
BioShock: Infinite - rank 9.0
Yes, I can see her charm a mile away. This fine BotD kept us company during the first days of sunny March – well, okay March really wasn’t that sunny. In fact, if I remember correctly, it was bloody freezing. Still, this scrumptious babe does remind us of one particular game that was released right about that time. Most of us were waiting impatiently for BioShock: Infinite. Irrational Games have showed the world yet again that FPS titles can be done with grace and style. Packed with thrilling, non-stop action, Ken Levine’s latest achievement tells a superb tale and is a marvel to behold.
Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon - rank 8.5
During the month of May, things were heating up all over the place. Summer was getting closer and the days grew hotter and so have the BotDs. While most of us were appreciating the gorgeousness of AT BotDs, we also hit the month of May which was in itself crammed will solid releases, but during the same period, what stood out more than anything else was Ubisoft’s Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon – possibly one of the weirdest and yet most fun releases in 2013. Read our review to find out why.
Injustice: Gods Among Us - rank 8.0
My God, this was one of the highest-ranking babes in April, and rightly so. In fact, we think she has a fair shot at becoming Babe of the Year. April is also going to be remembered for Injustice: Gods Among Us; a title that kind of reestablished fighting games as a top genre and it showed that gamers are still keen on clashes between superheroes. Hm, they always were as it turns out. The game also topped sales charts in both UK and the US. Interestingly enouhg, it populirezed Depeche Mode's music among the gaming community thanks to the band's recently released track Angel.
Fez - rank 9.5
Another top-ranking babe made April even sweeter, while we were waiting for a lovely, warmish hug from good old spring. But since the damn hug never arrived, we were completely content with our usual dosage of babes and games. Now, It may not have been so much in the spotlight as BioShock: Infinite or Injustice: Gods Among Us, but we did enjoy the hell out of it. Fez arrived to the PC gaming scene, after a successful debut on the Xbox 360. The delightful, groundbreaking platformer deserves to be singled out as one of the best indie games of recent times seeing as it gave a unique twist to a genre that got somewhat stale over the years.
The Last of Us - rank coming up (we’re still playing it and enjoying the hell out of it)
Possibly one of the sweetest BotDs we’ve seen in 2013 and justly the highest-ranking so far. At the same time, we had The Last of Us, which hit stores officially during spring 2013 (well, the last triple-A game of spring anyway). At this point, The Last of Us has claimed so many awards and remains a top-selling title worldwide. It’s one of those games you can’t walk away from until you've gone through the entire story. Memorable characters and a compelling atmosphere are just some of the elements that shape The Last of Us. It’s an outstanding tale of courage and survival. If you’re into mainstream games, this is the game to play and if you’re into indie games, The Last of Us will make you "go mainstream." Just trust us on this…
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