The Daily Five: Most Stylish Characters
Over the course of our gaming lives, we’ve been subjected to a ton of poorly dressed characters that sometimes looked like they were put together by a designer working with the screen turned off. However, some designers decided to step up their game and create characters that brought a little style and fashion into the industry. Today we honor these men by paying homage to their characters and how much we love them.
If you can think of any other well dressed characters we may have missed, feel free to share them below.
Phoenix Wright is one character that always shows up to work dressed for the job. Sometimes in gaming, you need to suit up and just kick some serious ass and Wright never disappoints. If you’re ever in a bind and you’re being framed for committing a double homicide or grand theft auto, he’s only a dial away and he’ll definitely get you acquitted. Stay classy, Pheonix.
47 is one of the first characters in gaming that introduced a style to his madness. Whether he’s traveling to some exotic location or just staying in his backyard, Agent 47 is never without his suit and tie — unless he’s disguised to kill someone undetected. If he proves anything, it’s that you can definitely kill a lot of people, get away with it, and still look good while doing it.
The Cast of Resident Evil 6
This may sound like a joke because the game is a joke (to a lot of people), but at least Capcom displayed an ability to put a lot of great dressed people into a survival-horror game. I mean, it doesn’t matter that you’re placed in a ridiculous situation that should result in you looking tattered and beat down so long as you don’t and instead, look good. Was that confusing? Good, because so is how this game was designed. Still…Classy.
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