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Well, it had to happen. Playboy magazine's October issue features four "anatomically correct" video games "hotties" as nature - or at least Hugh Hefner - intended.

The frolicking fillies include BloodRayne from BloodRayne 2, Luba Licious from Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude and Tala from Darkwatch. We cannot confirm exactly how anatomically correct the gals are, since Playboy is, of course, a subscription site and there's no way we're going to stick that on the corporate credit card.

There are, however, a few notable absences - Lara Croft for instance. We understand that Lara declined the offer to pose nude, but would consider getting her kit off on-screen "if the character and the plot justified it". Angelina Jolie was unavailable for comment at time of publication. ®

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