You can't help noticing Kyoko's legs, given how long and curvaceous they are. The entirety of this vid not only showcases them (including her Victory Pose at the end), it shows you the reach and striking power they give her.
Chun-LI: (Nice legs. She must tell me her secret). Kasumi: Huh? Menace! Yah! Chun-Li: Yeek! What's your problem? Kasumi: Silence! You tried to ambush me! I read your thoughts. Chun-Li: Hold on! I was just noticing your legs and... uh, oh! Kasumi: You dare insult me! Defend yourself!
In Back to the Future: The Game, according to Kid Tannen, Edna Strickland has some nice gams - though we never get to see for ourselves, as she's always wearing a long skirt that goes down to her ankles.
Bayonetta is unmatched in the realm of video game women everywhere at 12 heads tall.
Aside of her boobs, Litchi Faye-Ling also possesses long, slim legs which due to how she dressed (not really wearing pants and wears a Qipao) and her attacks involve a lot of kicking as well as stretching her legs out. One of the special picture arts in the game also gave a comment in vein of this ("While Litchi is more known for her boobs, she also possesses long, luscious legs")
While Aoi Asahina's other attributes are the ones more showcased, her legs are nothing to sneeze at.
As a male example, Byakuya Togami has fairly long legs. It's often joked by the fandom that he's over "60% leg".
Quite a few outfits in the Dead or Alive games are designed specifically to show off female fighters' legs, notably Lei Fang and Kasumi's default outfits. Special mention goes out to Kokoro's kimono in Dimensions, which is technically worn incorrectly just to reveal her legs more often, and and advert for DoA 3.
Rikku from Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 also. In every game she appears in she is introduced by a long, loving pan up her very long legs. She seems to flaunt it, too, as she dresses in miniskirts and hotpants wherever she goes, including battle.
Vanille, who is not shy about it. Her promotional pictures feature her stretching out her legs.
Lightning. The cover of the game features her showing a lot of leg.
In Dissidia Final Fantasy, Terra has four outfits. She wears tights in her base outfit, but her three alts all remove them, leaving her legs exposed — and there's a lot of them to expose. Tifa and Lightning also return.
Gwent: The Witcher Card Game: The premium animation for Vivienne: Oriole begins with her posed to emphasize her exposed lower half, before shifting into her bird-like form.
In Jade Empire, if you have Dawn Star in your party when you first meet Black Whirlwind, Whirlwind will make some comments on Dawn Star's legs. Her response? "Would you like to see the damage these legs can inflict firsthand?"
A rare male example is Ghirahim from The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. His lower half is constantly being emphasized in some sort of camera shot. This is seen when he walks or when he's just being dramatic.
Some of the female characters give this impression. Most notable examples include Skyla and Misty.
Aromatisse in Pokémon X and Y gives off this impression with the leg underneath the fluffy "skirt" that it's holding up. Of course, since the legs are basically pink nubs, and the fact that they have an equal gender ratio, the effect leaves much to be desired.
Bounsweet is a walking mangosteen that doesn't appear to be this trope at first, but as it evolves, it becomes more humanoid and once it evolves into Tsareena, its legs are very powerful and attractive enough that its used in beauty commercials.
The Pheromosa all resemble elegant and feminine roach-people with long, lithe legs. The legs ain't just for show as the muscles within are made for running and kicking, allowing them to dash at 125 miles per hour before striking a crushing blow, rinse and repeat.
The novels indicate that this is what Jim Raynor was thinking about Sarah Kerrigan during the "I finished scouting the area and—you pig!" scene in StarCraft. The player can't actually tell, considering she's a low-detail sprite, but promo shots for the VaporwearThird-Person ShooterStarCraft: Ghost indicate that Ghost uniforms are practically painted on.
Ibuki manages this with baggy ninja pants, thanks to cutting out holes for her thighs. Her other costumes just give her a skirt however.
Juri Han is a similar case, wearing baggy pants with holes in them much of the time. But when they're off, they reveal a very beautiful pair of strong legs.
Cammy's legs aren't too impressive (spectacular rear end, however), but they do receive special attention due to her outfit, the cameo print and her move-set. It's Running Gag that Cammy never wears pants even in her alt costumes,
Crimson Viper started out wearing long pants◊ during her first years of Street Fighter 4, but after numerous requests from fans, Capcom finally gave her a skirt with a split seam as her 3rd alternate costume. And boy, does she have legs◊.
Poison wears short shorts, which proudly show off a beautiful pair of legs.
Laura from SFV, especially her "bonita" outfit which consists of short shorts which don't hide her thong straps.
Claire Redfield as a Biker Babe wears very small pink shorts shorts in the original RE2 which empathizes her shapely legs and amusingly in-game downed zombies are actually more likely to grab her legs than Leons. There was some moaning when fan discovered Claire is wearing a practical pair of jeans instead of hot pants in the Remake, though the shorts return with a vengeance in her alternate edited classic costume◊
Rebecca Chambers has a good pair of legs though like Jill it's averted with her sensible original outfit but they're shown◊ in◊all◊ their glory in her alternate costumes in RE0. The HD release gives Rebecca the "Wesker Mode outfit" which has Zettai Ryouiki... hot.
Tales of Vesperia: Gauche's and Droite's legs are very well developed for twin sisters their age. Which is further emphasized by the miniskirts and high-heeled boots they wear, along with close-ups of their hips and thighs during cutscenes.
Tomb Raider: Lara Croft spends most of the time facing away from the screen, during gameplay, so you'll be spending an equal amount of time with your eyes glued on her khaki-covered backside and her legs.
Not uncommon in Touken Ranbu, but Yagen stands as the game's poster boy for this trope, what with his booty shorts that show off his shapely legs. His younger brother Shinano is a close second, wearing an even shorter pair of shorts as well as holsters that accentuate his thighs.
Undertale: Another rare male example. Mettaton EX's form is basically that of a glam-rock star. During his essay question, if you praise his legs, he'll state that it was the correct answer and give you the highest possible "writing" rating bonus.