Snatcher (1988)

Hideo Kojima's career didn't begin with Metal Gear Solid. No, in 1988—a decade before the release of the first MGS—he released his second game, Snatcher, and created in it one of the original video game strip clubs. More importantly, he designed one of the most luscious video game strippers to work there.

Outer Heaven later lent its name to several institutions in the Metal Gear Solid series, but we'll always remember the version in Snatcher most fondly. That has a lot to do with Isabella, the only cartoon redhead we've ever loved more than Jessica Rabbit. Just don't get too inquisitive with her, or the manager will give you the boot (making it one of the most realistic virtual strip clubs as well).