April 7, 2006 12:15 PM | Simon Carless
The Revolution Advanced website has a relatively new article called 'E3 Though The Eyes Of A Booth Babe', in which one of the girls manning the Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess booth for Nintendo at E3 2005, Yvonna Lynn, talks about her experience.
The article is a little on the drawn-out side, but includes a few amusingly sketched claims: "What makes a booth babe cool or uncool is often not related to her position. In fact, many times the fully clothed model doing the “Vanna White” with some upcoming gadget has far more obnoxious arrogance than the Playboy model hired to hang out of a tiny outfit in the next booth."
Of course, recent alleged news from the E3 organizers notes that: "Material, including live models, conduct that is sexually explicit and/or sexually provocative, including but not limited to nudity, partial nudity and bathing suit bottoms, are prohibited on the Show floor, all common areas, and at any access points to the Show." But Yvonna, as simply a welcoming female demonstrating a Nintendo game, is arguably less of the stereotypically exploitative booth babe, thereby rendering this entire story and the headline vaguely pointless. So that's... good? [Via PressTheButtons.]