League of Maidens Gets New Trailer and Videos; Shows New Character Creation and More [NSFW]

Maiden Gaming is back with a renewed look for its 3D free-to-play online battle arena real-time strategy game League of Maidens.

on January 28, 2018 5:09 PM

Maiden Gaming has been under the radar for a bit with its upcoming 3D free-to-play online battle arena real-time strategy game League of Maidens, which is currently in alpha.

Yet, they reappeared with a batch of new videos showcasing the most recent version of the game.

First of all, we get to see a new intro trailer, including a second video with some extra footage. Another clip showcases a look at battle skills that your Maiden can use to obliterate her enemies.

Last, but certainly not least, is a longer video showing the renewed character creation, which includes a ton of options to customize your favorite superheroine.

Incidentally, League of Maidens makes no mystery of a large (literally) focus on the depiction of female characters with generous curves, so if you’re offended by this, you should probably head right back to the front page.  Not only, the videos show no nudity, but I’m quite sure they’ll be considered not safe for work in most workplaces. It’s so overt, that it’s funny more than anything else.

I don’t think I’ve ever seen a game with over ten sliders for breasts (i counted 11, but there seem to be more if you scroll down), so they might be aiming for a Guinness World Record here.

Check the videos out below (you’ve been warned). And if you want to compare with the old character creation, you can find that here.

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