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 Written by Chris Reiter  on October 28, 2005

Specials: See, I was going to get you Shadow of the Colossus for a present. However, as I understand it you already have like thousands and thousands of copies being played by you already, PlayStation 2.

Today you've got boobs and a bad odor. No, I'm not insulting you. I'm just saying that yesterday you read (probably...maybe...hopefully) my look at the PlayStation 2's ten best heroes and villains. Today we get our hands dirtier by checking out the ten best babes on the PlayStation 2, as well as the ten best, worst games of all-time. Enjoy...but not in that way!

10 Best PlayStation 2 Babes

10. Eileen
Silent Hill 4: The Room
Publisher: Konami
Developer: Konami TYO
Released: September 7, 2004

Harry Townsend is a guy that was mysteriously barricaded in his deteriorating apartment for a week before an opportunity to escape opened itself up to him. But when you sit between a gaping black hole in your bathroom and a hole in the wall that lets you peek at your lovely female neighbor for as long as you so desire, what do you do sir? Eileen may not be the most glamorous babe in her depressed vintage fashion, but Konami's darkly knitted women are always that way. Besides, Eileen is one of the better looking Silent Hill women they've designed yet, with her pink and white striped shirt on and her pretty face covered underneath some shaggy brown hair.

Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille zur Macht and Xenosaga Episode II: Jenseits von Gut und Bose
Publisher: Namco
Developer: Monolith Software
Releases: June 21, 2004

Kicking ass to the extreme is awesome to spectate on, especially when it's being done from a blue-haired beauty...who also happens to be a robot. KOS-MOS isn't like most androids. She's female. She looks human. She embodies a vast array of moves that would own even Jackie Chan. Her undeniable aura of coolness and her nice-to-look features set KOS-MOS up for being one the finest specimens in PlayStation 2 babeality.

8. Emma Emmerich
Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty
Publisher: Konami
Developer: Konami JPN
Released: November 13, 2001

Women who are flashy by design are naturally irresistible. But sometimes there's a greater good that gets men's blood boiling. It's the nerdy chicks. You know, girls with glasses and a weak composure. If you cut off two of those eyes though, there's sure to be a very pretty face underneath. It's that way with Emma Emmerich, Octacon's sister. Even peeing her pants didn't send me away from feeling that Emma's one babealicious dudette in a very adorable fashion.

7. Rio
Publisher: Konami
Developer: Sony Computer Entertainment Japan
Released: March 2, 2004

Operator: Hello once again my love, my own, my precious Rio.

Rio: Oh god, not you! Why must I be tortured?

Operator: Because you're cute as a, make that a squished bug. Now that's darling.

Rio: Thanks. I just love being associated with splattered insects.

Operator: Not that you look like a beetle or nothing; but, ironically your story does involve aliens that resemble giant bugs. As for you, my dear, you're a gorgeous blonde in an appealing yellow and white waitress getup. Your striking features and womanly attitude rock. Like any blonde, you also have a hard time understanding what people are yelling at you.

Rio: The bathroom. Okay.

6. Fiona
Haunting Ground
Publisher: Capcom
Developer: Capcom Production Studio 1
Released: May 10, 2005

Possibly the most delicate flower of any PlayStation 2 vixen, Fiona is the moonlit pale star of Haunting Ground. So light, so thin, and so naked at the beginning of the game, Fiona struts off from her cage dressed in but a silk sheet wrapped around her amazing blonde figure. Bouncy boobs and all, Fiona is a looker but also a nurturer for her one friend who can look after her in the castle maze, Hewie the dog.

5. Paine
Final Fantasy X-2
Publisher: Square Enix
Developer: Square Enix
Released: November 18, 2003

In the first-ever Final Fantasy sequel, Final Fantasy X-2, the game went from legendary RPG adventure to...Sweet Valley High. Girlier than ever, Yuna wore her short-shorts. Rikku was all punked up. And the newcomer, Paine, was a badass, good-looking goth. Spiky purple hair and a sleek black outfit had Paine looking like a fresher, younger Lulu clone. But a more attractive one at that.

4. Kasumi
Dead or Alive 2: Hardcore
Publisher: Tecmo
Developer: Team Ninja
Released: October 26, 2000

Tecmo has this thing for women. They know it and we know it. Each (or most) of their games strives to create the most sexalicious females you'll ever witness. It's with the Dead or Alive series that has flaunted this fact ever since it began on the PlayStation. Later Tecmo took the second edition over to the Dreamcast. But as Tecmo also has a craving for power, a year later they updated their sequel with the Hardcore version on the PlayStation 2, giving gamers a whole bounty full of gorgeous model-like characters. Especially Kasumi. Her bouncy big breasts, and her fascinating flip moves will awe you. Not to mention, she kicks high.

3. Yuna
Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2
Publisher: Squaresoft
Developer: Squaresoft
Releases: December 18, 2001/November 18, 2003

Final Fantasy isn't known for actually living up to its name to become a real "Final Fantasy." However, one thing it's always lived up to is that its women are scorching hot. One of the PlayStation 2's most treasured and indeed best RPGs is none other than the tenth installment of Final Fantasy. Everything about the game is great. But as for Yuna, she's the star heroine whose soft features, kindness, and her unique story makes her one of the better beauties to love.

2. Keria
Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy, Jak II, and Jak 3
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Software
Releases: December 4, 2001/October 14, 2003/November 9, 2004

I know what you're thinking. You're thinking why there's a cartoony chick at the top of the pile. I'll tell you why. Keria is gorgeous, dummy. She may be an elf, but with a figure, a face, and a body like that (not to mention the risque situations you'll clearly get the idea of in the last two games of the series), she's one elf too lovely not to pass up.

1. Eva
Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
Publisher: Konami
Developer: Konami JPN
Released: November 17, 2004

She's hot. She's sexy. She was Snake's love interest in 2004's Game of the Year. It was tough to decide on what the most irresistibly attractive female of the PlayStation 2's lineup would be. There were so many good choices, and yet, Eva seems like the perfect one to top the list. Compared to the handsome devil Snake himself, Eva is like sex in a glass. Her revealing clothing shows off her big cleavage and yummy black bra. Eva's soft and spunky dirty blonde hair covers her face so ravishingly. Her body is well-made. Besides, she knows how to shoot hot lead with extreme accuracy and ride on motorcycles. Bad but oh so sexy, Eva gives new meaning to "Solid Snake."

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