Sorry for the long absence, fellow footfans, but I've been busy in other matters. That, plus there really haven't been many new things to blog about, sadly. But hopefully this will change as new games arrive and the Next-Gen of games becomes truly the Now-Gen. I am looking forward to quite a few games and games-to-be-announced, but for now let's get onto what we have at hand.
This barefoot babe and the game she belongs to was announced quite a long time ago, but I only really discovered her recently in the hubbub of media shown off at E3 2014. And a good thing too, for the lovely Winter looks to be one truly cool barefoot babe (haha). Winter is one of the four playable heroes in the upcoming Fable Legends, a multi-player fantasy brawler exclusive to Xbox One.
As the Hero of Will, Winter is a strong-willed yet fun-loving and mischievous mage, powerful with frost and ice-based magic. But refreshingly, she doesn't dress fully covered up like your usual frosty character- in fact, she's got quite a sexy outfit, a sort of tribal or shamanic costume, with leggings that nicely leave her feet completely bare. It's a bit of a nice detail that as she walks, she leaves frosty bare footprints in her wake.
I think Winter is pretty cute with her 'horny' hairstyle, and her snappy personality (even with the requisite ice quips), and I'm sure she'll be a favorite with footfans. The video below, a CG cinematic of Fable Legends, gives some views of her, but now quite a good sole shot or so yet. I doubt that there will be good ingame footage or views, but hopefully there will be good cinematics or cutscenes that will show off her cold soles for our pleasure.
Winter is one of the four heroes playable in this upcoming Xbox One fantasy brawler.
Of course, I have to admit that while Winter's bare soles may be nice to look at, they may not be the best feet to fondle or worship with a kiss or so- which may be akin to us sticking our tongue at a frozen flagpole. OUCH! Well, in this case maybe it's better we just admire from a distance. Heheh. I already own an Xbox One, so it's possible I may get Fable Legends when it comes out (as long as there's a single-player mode), so expect more footage of Winter when the game comes out in the months ahead.
Okay, here's a rare thing to see- a video with a live babe on feature! Well, in this case it's because the lovely lady in question is cosplaying as the yummy Elena from Ultra Streetfighter IV. The cosplaying babe is Japanese model Yuka Kuramoshi, and she goes pretty much the whole way, bare feet included which totally gets three thumbs up from me (and all barefoot fans, I'm sure). I have to say she's a bit brave to be wearing that skimpy outfit in a room full of guys, but then she's a model so that comes with the territory. And man, she's darn cute in the outfit, iffy wig and all. Plus she doesn't just show up in the outfit, she also does some poses, which gives us at least one or two wonderful sole shots. So I think the vid above is a keeper for barefoot game babe fans (wish it was in HD though). Check it out. And, you're welcome! Heheh...
Now I'm wishing to find MORE super-cute barefoot SF cosplayer girls... mmm...
In case you haven't been paying attention to fighting game news, the Digital Upgrade version of Ultra Streetfighter IV is now available for download on PSN and XBox Live. The update will set you back $14.99. If you preordered, you'll get the special alternate costumes for the new fighters as an extra, including the nice, barefooted Gladiator costume for Decapre. Now, I've posted a couple of vids here showing off Decapre in this sexy outfit in action, although they're not from my own channel. I plan to get the PC version of the game, which will be out in August.
Looking at the vids though, while I certainly like the costume, it pales in comparison to the stuff afforded by mods in SSFIVAE, and definitely the bare feet model used by Capcom is inferior to that used by modders in either AE or SFxTekken. I'll just wait for modders to get their hands on Ultra to have a really nice barefoot Decapre. For now though, no reason to wait till August to see the Demented Doll in barefooted action.