Do you like girls--sexy girls, sexy girls who fight each other? Then you, dear reader, may well be thrilled by fighting game Girl Fight, announced for Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network with the terrifying promise of "hair flying, long legs kicking and the ear-piercing shrill of deadly vixens."
You see, mysterious organization THE FOUNDATION (do note the sinister caps) are plugging ladies ("often" abducted) into virtual reality as part of a plan to "weaponize the psionic fighting abilities of the cast of gorgeous, all-female fighters." The ladies, then, must try to survive by beating seven shades of heck out of other ladies.
But you won't just look at women and use them for sexy combat, oh no, you can also customize their appearance and abilities. A bit like playing with toy dolls, really.
Unfortunately, there are no screenshots or videos accompanying the announcement, so for now we'll have to make do with imagining it. Know that the game's rated M, so let your imagination run wild--but only up to that point. The questionable artwork on its Facebook page might be helpful inspiration.
Girl Fight is slated to launch this spring. It's made by Supremacy MMA developer Kung Fu Factory, produced by Microprose, and proudly published by Majesco.