Hot Tokyo Game Show 07 Booth Babes Gallery

Even hotter than Leipzig's GC 07!

  Booth babes unleashed!
Male gamers unite! Although recent studies have shown that women own more consoles than men, we're still a decent group, under the influence of in-game adrenaline and....feminine beauty. Booth babes go hand in hand with game conventions and shows, but you could find that out for yourself by checking out our booth babes gallery from the Leipzig Games Convention 07.

This time, at the Tokyo Game Show 07, most of the girls are Asians and their cute smiles are just another reason to visit some producer's booth. Appealing, serious, daring, angry or just bored...they're beautiful in every picture. Face it gaming boys, we game editors have a certain edge, as not taking into consideration our looks, those girls have to hang around with us and smile, because they have made a certain product look good. Statistics (my own) have shown that racing video games being on display at various conventions are being advertised by the best looking girls in town.

I know that this statement chases away all the sexiness of the article, but I wonder why there isn't one single male at those gaming booths, perhaps an effeminate character-wannabe advertising a Final Fantasy title. As you can see by taking a look at the gallery below, most of the booth babes prefer to dress in leather or wear lingerie in order to attract gamers. There's nothing more sensual than a couple of girls trying a karaoke act in their undies. No, seriously now, how can a gamer focus when his hormones are raged by the beautiful appearances?

It takes a major gaming hit to distract us from the ladies, so if you've ever had problems with judging games by certain criteria, this is it: an A+ title is the one that draws your attention from the sexy booth babe smiling next to you.

(Pictures courtesy of Games Radar)


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By Alexandru Stanescu    5 Oct 2007, 09:14 GMT