Gamesradar takes a look at the top 7 gaming murders that left a bad taste in our mouth.
Long live The Boss! And it was actually pretty sad killing the colossi, I mean really now, they were just defending themselves from your own selfish desires, plus he had the sword that pwnd so they had to do something.
Hence the "Long live the Boss!" mention. =P
I think The Boss tops everything on this list. How could you not feel torn apart after the end of MGS3.
maybe am jst heartless but f the boss. That b!tch was hard as hell to kill lol. Plus she broke snakes arm like twice plus shot out his eye. Common that hoe had to go. Who i was really sad about killing was in God of war that one guy that was in a cage that had to be sacrificed felt kinda bad for the dude cus he begged and begged if there was another way i wouldnt have done it lol
yes the collosi, =(...although they deserved it for being so freaking EASY >=(
True that to the Colossi. Also it kinda felt odd killing Solidus in MGS2 since he really had good intentions, just with savage methods. In fact in MGS4 you're working toward the same goal that Solidus was in MGS2.
Solidus is by far the less selfish of the Snakes. Heck even Big Boss' had selfish reasons to his actions just as Liquid. He really wasn't a bad guy once you understand what his true intentions were, but if you side with Ocelot, you're siding with the devil in physical form.
They forgot Vergil in Dmc3.though never really know if he really died.
I see you've never played the first game of the series eh.... =P
Every Creature in Shadow of The Colossus
and the bull? those things were vicious
I enjoyed killing the grubdogs in Pikmin, how can you not after a failed attack attempt ending with your little army dying. Although killing the little ones was a bit difficult. And annihilating a level 3 Pidgey never gets old.
I was shocked by the whole idea of pikmin. Basically you control an army of slaves and force them to do your bidding. You give them different jobs to do depending on the colour of their skin, and even send some of them to die. It's like being Hitler. Sickening.
As annoying as he was i kinda felt sorry for killing Lance Vance in VC. I'd rather kill Umberto Robina or Kent Paul. And how was the boss not on the list?
...but it should have included The Boss, as mentioned above. Here's one I doubt anyone thought of: ALL THE ENEMIES FROM GEARS OF WAR! We go to their planet and start havesting their resources, they get pissed off and retaliate, kicking us off the planet. We then gather our forces and lead a massive invasion, bent on genocide simply to meet our own selfish needs. European colonists VS Native Americans? US Forces VS Iraq? Hmmm....
Shadow of the Colossus...every single death left a little pang of guilt. Honorable mention: Andrew Ryan from BioShock. The fact that you can't stop yourself from killing him only makes it a little more tolerable.
deffinitly agree with the Collossi as the top spot.
What about when u kill Wrex in Mass Effect? Man...poor Wrex... =( (Good for us, we don't HAVE to kill him =)
Accidentally killing a cute little bunny rabbit in World of Warcraft.
Killing Sephiroth in Final Fantasy 7 pist me off.. Hes by far my fav videogame charactor next to Snake himself..
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