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Thanks For the Mammaries, Queen's Blade

This December, Namco Bandai is releasing Queen's Blade Spiral Chaos and bringing a handful of gaming to the PlayStation Portable.

Two more fighters have been announced for the title: Curvy Cattleya and mountainous Melpha.

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Queen's Blade is originally a Lost Worlds style "combat picture book game" and has been published in Japan for the last couple of years.

Queen's Blade features only female characters, and its spin-off series Queen's Gate has showcased the likes of Iroha (Samurai Shodow), Mai Shiranui (The King of Fighters) and Dizzy (Guilty Gear). Queen's Blade has also been spun off into an anime in Japan.

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『クイーンズブレイド スパイラルカオス』美闘士屈指の巨乳キャラなど紹介 [Dengeki Online]

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dracosummoner
dracosummoner

What on earth?

I thought looking at Ivy (SoulCalibur) was aggravating. This makes her look restrained.

Also, the last pic looks like any number of "fat animé/video-game girl" pictures I've noticed on DeviantArt.

That's not a compliment. I don't hate fat people, but I'm not sure (especially with the ... underwear shot??) what that last picture was trying to prove.