Featured Heroine: Fiona Belli

On YouTube yesterday, I came across a video which someone had put up about a video game called Haunting Ground. I’d never heard of this game, but the thumbnail for the video was a picture of a lovely girl who reminded me a lot of the female characters in the Resident Evil franchise (which I’m a big fan of), so I decided to look into it. As it turns out, Haunting Ground was developed by Capcom, the company behind Resident Evil, and it was released in 2005 for the PlayStation 2. It’s original Japanese title is Demento and it is closely related to the Clock Tower survival horror series of video games, in which the player’s objective is avoiding enemies rather than fighting them.

The lovely girl in the thumbnail was Fiona Belli, the protagonist of Haunting Ground. According to Wikipedia, she is an introverted but kind eighteen year old college girl who is living away from her parents. Also, she is not good at physical activities, but she is clever and she likes music. It’s not very clear in the images, but Fiona has medium length blonde hair, tied back into a ponytail and pale blue eyes. Oh, and she is also seems quite busty and she wears an incredibly short skirt. Fiona does remind me of Ashley Graham from Resident Evil 4. That’s not altogether surprising when you consider that Resident Evil 4 also came out in 2005. Incidentally, the two images in this post came from Capcom’s 2005 web page for Haunting Ground. I’m amazed it’s still live! However, the game itself is no longer so readily available, which is a shame, as it looks fun and I’d definitely be interested in playing it.

Well, that’s it for this post, but I may start making regular posts featuring interesting female characters from now on. That way, I won’t feel so guilty about my stalled Miss Moe Dimension project. And I may even have a go at doing a sexy pin-up of Fiona. Anyway,till next time, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you!😊

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