Hey all, Judge here. In celebration of Mother’s Day, we’ll be looking at some of the hottest moms in the video game world. For last year’s Mother’s Day, I compiled a list of the hottest moms in anime. Also, take a look at my friend Overlord-G’s list of hottest moms in anime. I’ve said it with many of my list posts but I’ll say it again: don’t take them too seriously, especially ones regarding “hotness” of fictional characters. I’m not a 2D worshiper, a pervert, or sexist. Well then…
10. Matriarch Benezia (Mass Effect)
If you believe women, like wine, get better with age, Benezia is for you. Especially if you’re into blue-skinned alien chicks. I’ll take her daughter Liara though.
9. Yohn (Suikoden Tactics)
If you’re into other worldly, mute, half goat girls, Yohn is for you. Just one question, how did her son Kyril turn out to be so normal looking?
8. Jun Kazama (Tekken)
Mother of Jin Kazama. That’s all I got.
7. Vanessa (King of Fighters)
Housewife by day, mercenary by night.
6. Kisara (Suikoden V)
5. Crimson Viper (Street Fighter IV)
Basically a better Vanessa.
4. Nina Williams (Tekken)
Badass assassin who had a son (Steve Fox) while she was in cryogenic sleep.
3. Lulu (Final Fantasy X)
For some reason, Lulu was my favorite female character in the Final Fantasy X universe. It was probably due to her cool and calm demeanor. She’s pregnant with Wakka’s son in Final Fantasy X-2 if you didn’t know that.
2. Lucrecia Crescent (Final Fantasy VII)
The unfortunate mother of Sephiroth. She’s smart and beautiful yet lived a tormented life. Poor Vincent.
1. Sophita Alexandra (Soulcalibur)
Mother of Patroklos and Pyrrha. 452 years old. Charged by the Greek god Hephaestus to destroy Soul Edge. Works for me. Unlike Benezia, her beauty hasn’t faded one bit.
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