Will I pen more of them in the future? I'd say it's pretty likely, although I don't have any particular studs in mind right now.
In the meantime, here's a look at the game-based beefcake that's been bouncing around in my brain as of late:
1. Simon Belmont (Castlevania: Lords of Shadow--Mirror of Fate)--Truth be told, I have little to no interest in the gameplay of this Konami-published 3DS title. I have quite a bit more interest, though, in two of its main characters: Trevor Belmont and Simon Belmont. As for why I decided to highlight the latter rather than the former in this post: Simon isn't afraid to show off his guns. Oh, and he's a ginge.
2. "Conversationalist" (Ana Holic!!)--Don't worry if neither this character nor the game in which he appears ring any bells. After all, Ana Holic!! is a Japanese PC game (a rather adult RPG, more specifically) made by the folks at Underground Campaign and, as such, it hasn't received much press outside of its home country. Given this guy's, er, "fashion sense," I'd have to say that's a crying shame, wouldn't you agree?
3. Marlon (Pokemon Black 2/White 2)--I realize that this choice is a bit suspect at first blush. In fact, I didn't even consider Marlon (aka Shizui) until after I came across the piece of fan art that can be seen above. Now that I've seen what a few years and a little time in the gym could do to him, though, I can't imagine this post without him.
4. James Vega (Mass Effect 3)--There's no question Mr. Vega has a great bod. I can't help but agree with the person who commented here, though, that it would be great if we could "cover up that Jersey Shore Situation face." Oh, well, no one's perfect, right?
5. Zwei (Soul Calibur V)--I haven't been a fan of fighting games since about the release of Street Fighter III, but I'm seriously considering giving the genre another go thanks to the abundance of hunky characters like Soul Calibur V's Zwei (above). Granted, I wish he'd ditch the silly 'do and even sillier vest, but everything else about him works so well that those two missteps are easy enough to overlook.
See also: 'A dungeon-crawling, turn-based, X-rated RPG aimed at gay guys, you say? Put me down for a dozen copies!' and 'There's something about Brycen (or, Pokémon Black is pretty gay, isn't it?)'