Fighting game fans know that girlish good looks and feminine moniker aside, Bridget is a dude. He's not only one of Guilty Gear's most memorable characters—that nun outfit, that yo-yo, that huge handcuff—but also one of gaming's. No wonder why people want to dress up as him. But who does it best?
Whether it be action title Bayonetta, fighting game Guilty Gear or role-playing game Rune Factory, habit-wearing characters have made appearances in video games. Many Japanese games simply use nun accoutrements. But why?
New Japanese comic publication "WAaI! boys in skirts" is hoping to capitalize on the video game, anime and cosplay trend of young men dressing up like young women. Even one professional fighter is into it!