Some refer to them as the tools of a tiresome marketing stratagem. Others say they diminish the earnest gravity of the gaming industry. Everyone else quickly assume that they have it easy. Whatever your views may be regarding booth girls, none of the above universally applies as truth.
While at this year’s E3, I ran into one of many who has been awesome enough to share her tale. Here to set the story straight is one of Eyedentity’s Dragon Nest booth babes, Ashleigh Olivas, with a couple of answers to our (not so) Quick Questions.
Not sure if you guys are into anime and stuff like that, but I stopped by Anime Expo 2011 this past weekend to check out some of the games at the show, including El Shaddai and Bleach: Soul Resurrection (more on that later). When I wasn’t playing those games or buying random things with some friends, I took notice of a couple of cosplayers and took pictures of those that interested me. Please forgive the crappy pictures. It’s what happens when your camera sucks and you resort to an HTC Desire Z for pictures instead. Hope you guys will like them, though!