Premier Gaming Network - This generation of consoles has been great so far, and with is coming to a near close we decided to take a look back at what it had to offer starting with its villains.
Kessler may have been one of the better if not best villains of this console gen, but he was also the most confusing to me. And he still got it wrong.
I love Kessler. I like that he's working to be the hero, but can only do so by being the villain. Sure he's done a bunch of terrible things to Cole, but it's for the better of the future.
I thought it was just me. Kessler is one of the best boss fights ever. The background music and not knowing what he'll do next made it incredibly epic.
Spoilers, you been warned. The ending of that game on what Kessler really was, a total mindf**k! It surprised me so much I loved how evil he seemed but in the end he was a hero trying to fix the mistakes that he done.
I didn't really like Kessler at all, nice twist, but I was never sympathetic towards him. His total dickishness may have been towards a goal, but he was still committing atrocities while showing very little actual remorse. He ain't got nothing on Bosch in terms of sympathy. http://www.youtube.com/watc...
Why does Bowser bother with kidnapping the Princess when his troops are crawling all over the Mushroom Kingdom? I mean great conquer, but lousy kidnapper...
Kesler is an awesome villain. A great example of how a villain not being the evil person you think he/she actually is. Plus, he looks badass. I love using the Kessler skin in inFamous 2.
This guy is right up there for me. Simply because i wanted to kill him so much after the ending
OMG so true i put a gazillion bullets on that piece of sh!t And kessler was a great villian love the infamous series.
woooooh forgot him, man oh man how i was glad when it was over for him
Colonel Radec had to have been my favorite villain, closely followed by GlaDOS.
I always thought the Illusive Man was pretty cool (ME2-ME3)! I liked that the final battle with him was a battle of reason, rather than might.
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