New Character in X-Men: Destiny Revealed, Meet Aimi

By John Colaw

March 23, 2011

If X-Men: Destiny has slipped your mind, I wouldn’t be the first to blame you. Other than a trailer, some information and a quick look at one of the characters earlier this year, not much else has been released about this game thus far. I’m still fairly intrigued by the game, so any news is good news. Today that comes to us in the form of a new character in the game, Aimi Yoshida. Aimi is one of the playable characters in the game, and specializes in efficient mutant power usage.

Check after the break for Aimi’s Bio and some screenshots of her in the game, and keep an eye out for more news on X-Men: Destiny which is set to release this fall!

Screenshot of Aimi from X-Men: Destiny
When “X-Men: Destiny” hits this Fall, gamers will have the opportunity to help guide the paths of several young mutants as they choose between the X-Men and their enemies. Now we’ve got full details and six new screenshots–including two exclusive to–on Aimi Yoshida, one of the playable characters in the game.

Check out our full gallery of screenshots below, as well as Aimi’s bio right here!

Character Bio:
Aimi Yoshida
Age: 15
Height: 5’ 1’’
Weight: 95lbs

Balance Summary: Small in size but strong in mental focus, Aimi is the mutant ability expert. She specializes in efficient mutant power usage. Aimi’s fighting style is very acrobatic and graceful.

Back story: Smuggled out of Japan by her mutant parents before the entire family could be rounded up and incarcerated in the new mutant camps, Aimi arrives in San Francisco hidden on a tanker ship. She is too young and frightened to appreciate her parents’ motivations for sending her away, and instead feels only the bitterness and anger of abandonment.

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John Colaw

John is what you might call something of a badass. When he's not writing about games or playing them, he's playing in the Kansas City band "Documentary" and drinking as many different beers as often as he can. He's a huge comic nerd in the best sense of the term, with a particular love for the Creator Owned movement.

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