At the age of 88, this grandfather got his hands on a Cattleya statue from Queen's Blade. But grandma wouldn't let grandpa see Cattleya topless—not at his age!
The new adults only MMORPG by Korean developer LivePlex is called Queens Blade, sans apostrophe. That's how it's printed in the upper left hand corner of the game's homepage, which reads "The Queens Blade is registered trademark of LivePlex." The game has nothing to do with the Queen's Blade you may know, but it's…
Two words: fan service. Queen's Blade not only features some of the most famous females from fighting games, it features them in revealing poses. So you can imagine what Queen's Blade cosplay looks like.
If those addicted to work are called "workaholics" and those addicted to chocolate are called "chocoholics", then what are those who are addicted to cosplay called?
Bridget from fighting game Guilty Gear might look like a girl, but Bridget is not a girl. Bridget is a boy. This Bridget, this Bridget is a girl. Maybe.
She won't be alone. Oh, no.
Blades-meets-boobs Queen's Blade recreated by real live human beings in assorted outfits. Sometimes it's the costume that sells the cosplay. Sometimes it's the cosplayer. And sometimes it's both. Not sure which ones these would fall under...
Namco Bandai PSP game Queen's Blade Spiral Chaos features more than fighting. It features enormous boobs. And so does this Queen's Blade figure.
2D girls? Whatever! Queen's Blade snagged ample pin-up model Yuuri Morishita to cosplay as scythe-wielding ghost maid Airi for a new photobook.
Don't worry. Dizzy from fighter Guilty Gear XX Accent Core isn't cold. She has thick skin. Thick plastic skin, that is.
This December, Namco Bandai is releasing Queen's Blade Spiral Chaos and bringing a handful of gaming to the PlayStation Portable.
Forget 2D girls! Queen's Blade is roping in a real one.
If Namco Bandai didn't have an issue with splattering milk on characters for simulation role-playing-game Queen's Blade Spiral Chaos, than these promotional cards should pose zero problems.
Another day, another Mai Shiranui figure. Make that, another two — this one has a limited edition color variation.
Sure, Namco Bandai's Queen's Blade Spiral Chaos makes suggestive use of milk, but the PSP game is also packed with pointy and bouncy things.
Simulation RPG Queen's Blade Spiral Chaos is going on sale this winter in Japan. And it's bringing its suggestive imagery with it!