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The 7 Craziest Self-Imposed Challenges in Videogame History

Some gamers have a problem – the games they play just aren't difficult enough. Sure, the game was fun, but what if it was incredibly hard too? What if someone made up challenges that were so tedious and impossible that it would render the entire experience into nothing more than anguished frustration and mind-numbing boredom? "HELL YES!" cheered the masochistic gamers, each cracking their knuckles in anticipation of the Herculean virtual tasks ahead – the 7 craziest self-imposed challenges in videogame history.

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Cam9771433d ago

GTA3 island challenge.
I don't remember it exactly but it was to start on one island and make it to the other, but there was a catch. Anyone know what it was? I'm sure there are some videos on YouTube.

MurDocINC1433d ago

I think it was to fly the wing clipped plane across the river.

Cam9771433d ago

Does anyone else do the GRAND THEFT AUTO IV thing in this article? I always do, it's fun - not hard. I remember RP servers on SAMP like that.

SpinalRemains1381433d ago

Completing Ninja Gaiden Sigma + without taking any damage is impossible.

Nobody could do that. Who the hell would even try? There's just no way. I don't even think I would believe it if I saw it. That game is so amazing and you really can learn to be an elite ninja when you learn exactly when to press out your combos and master the moves, but to take no damage is just ridiculous.

Wigriff1433d ago

This list doesn't have any of the insane, massive, time-consuming, and impressive projects people have accomplished in Minecraft in it? Those are self-imposed challenges.

Agent_00_Revan1432d ago

The Pokemon one sounds interesting. It would be like the Pokemon Die instead of Faint.