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Final Fantasy XIII's lesbian bike is ... emotional

Jun 15 // Jim Sterling
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You may have heard of Final Fantasy XIII's version of Shiva by now. The classic FF summon now turns into a motorbike by being two flamboyant women who kind of scissor each other to become a motorcycle. I really want to call it a "Motordyke," but I fear that would be offensive to lesbian gamers, for whom I have nothing but sincere respect. Still, that's the best pun you'll read this morning.

As you can see from the above image, Shiva's "Gestalt" mode takes the idea of the Transformer and does something ... confusing ... with it. Quite how either of those two women are enjoying this situation is beyond me, but as you can see, at least one of them has a smile on her face. I don't know about the other poor girl, since the's the unlucky lady who has to stare at that guy's arse all day. 

Square Enix is known for its outrageous character designs, but this scissor sister motorbike has to be among their most ludicrous. Now I want to ride it.

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