Published : Thursday, 1 December, 2016 at 12:00 AM Count : 344
Kids, teenagers and even some adults are fan of video games which contain action packed adventure, heroes killing off aliens and zombies, and what not! Yet, most of the time the idealistic hero is seen a man. However, female heroes are also getting into the gaming world these days. Some demand busty curvy women whereas others have made genuine steps toward making acceptable ladies who are just as brave and helpful as their male partners. Nevertheless, all these ladies deserve to be celebrated as well. So, here are some of the most strong, powerful female characters from the game world who are equally heroic and inspiring. Lara Croft (Tomb Raider) The infamous Lara Croft has been a part of a lot of kid's childhood. In spite of the fact that Lara began life as a somewhat Indiana Jones's substitute, she immediately settled herself as the go-to female gaming symbol. In the 90s, there was no other worthy competition to Lara Croft because there rarely was any female protagonist. Her mental toughness and that drive are the most noteworthy, added with her fierce attitude --- she is an all-time fan favourite.
Yuna (Final Fantasy X) Though a loved character by all, Yuna has been called weak and useless at times and has been named an impartial maid with little to offer. But this young lady puts the smack down on anyone who gets in her direction, whether it's groups of hijackers, a malicious suitor, or a divine being she's worshiped her whole life. Yuna has a will of a diamond and a craving to accomplish her objectives regardless of what it takes. Even when her trusted ones betray her, she makes her own way and pursues what is right. Cassandra (Dragon Age: Inquisition) The dedicated Cassandra takes a genuine unexpected hit to her confidence. The death of her dear companion Divine Justinia would've been enough tragedy for a lifetime. However, disasters just keep coming and it comes in the way of her life as a Templar and Seeker. She is the first to find foul play, where it lives, and practically without any help calls for the Inquisition while others can't even think clearly. Cassandra is a relentless tempest, yet one with a quiet and calm eye, as well. Jaina Proudmoore (World of Warcraft) Jaina Proudmoore is a ton of things: high-borne, persistent, and talented with enchantment; she can wipe your whole neighbourhood off. In any case, one thing she's not is fortunate. While Jaina is surely upset when Arthas falls under the weight of his own corruption, her dad can't see his past pride, she declines to let either characterize her life or hold her back. Rather, as a sorceress of limitless power, she guides her gifts toward improving the world, making places of refuge for the persecuted and working with Thrall to fabricate trust between the Horde and the Alliance. Faith (Mirror's Edge) Faith doesn't talk much but with all her death-defying action, she can make people somewhat nauseous with vertigo. DICE made her sex a non-issue by making the game first person, as in a POV game. While playing "Mirror's Edge", you could similarly be controlling a man. Faith's solid disregard for a degenerate government, and her will to stick up for weaker characters while putting her own particular life in hazard, makes her a great female protagonist. Major Greenland (Battlefield 4) Though she only has about three minutes of screen time, she steals it all with her dry humour and how she is in control with her troops. She is just an unfortunate officer, who is stuck in an under-resourced assignment. Still, she is probably the toughest, most instructing character in a game filed. And there are many more strong female characters in the games that portray women in power and not as objectifying dolls. Kudos to the games for some tough female protagonists and to the ladies!