Sabina Altynbekova Kawaii Overload!

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Sabina Altenbekova?s cuteness knows no boundaries. Imagine the possibility if she were a video game character.

Sabina Altynbekova, a team member from the Kazakhstan Women?s National Volleyball team, managed to gain the attention of men around the globe after a photo of her during her team’s match in Taipei, Tawain, circulated online.

Majority of male netizens know her, of course, as a Volleyball player, but what if she were a video game character? Sabina Altynbekova is a sight to behold. If you are an avid gamer or anime fan, I bet you have already pictured her as the lead or supporting character of a game.

Anyway let?s try to think of games that she can be a part of. Here’s my list.

  • Survival Horror Game

The first thing that comes to my mind is she can be part of Resident Evil or something similar. Imagine her shooting, stabbing and mutilating a zombie, the badass way!

  • Rival School

Remember this old school fighting game? What about the character here named Natsu Ayuhara? That?s right! Instead of Natsu, Sabina will be the character and watch her as she kicks another dude?s behind. There?s nothing cooler than a woman beating down a man in a fighting game.

  • Syphon Filter

We?ve imagined her in a fighting game and a survival horror game, but what about being a secret agent? Try Lian Xing in the famous PlayStation 1 game Syphon Filter. She?ll sneak behind enemies and stun them with a Taser or help Gabe Logan on his missions. I think Sabina Altynbekova would look cool in a black leather outfit or similar to those they wore on spy movies.

  • RPG games a la Final Fantasy or something similar

She can be the lead female character like Lenneth from Valkyrie Profile, Rinoa from FF8, Princess Garnett of FF9 or much better Yuna in FFX. Maybe she can also be a supporting female character like Yuffie from FF7 and so on.

The possibilities are endless if you ask me. What about you? Do you have any thoughts on what game she can be perfect on?


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Credits to Ms. Sabina Altynbekova

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