Bradey McManus guides us through the 7 games that may have shaped his very personality. Controller breaking is a dead cert here.
I don't understand the Guitar Hero Fire and Flames frustration. It was difficult but fun. Raining Blood on the other hand...
Uuuuuuuugh Dark Souls II is hard as unholy hell. The Last of Us on Survivor is pretty nasty and intense as well. You want a challenge though: Play a little something called Penn and Teller: Desert Bus. What an F'ing marathon.
I haven't played it, but if it's like the rest of the list, I agree. There is a difference between challenging and frustrating. Frustrating to me is cheap deaths with no way around it. The games on the list (that I've played/most of them) are challenging, but not cheap. CoD can be cheap on the hardest modes, but you can still memorize and get through. I'm always up for a good challenge, if the game is worth it.
Raining Blood. I think I've erased that pain from my mind...
guitar hero would have been frustrating for me due to poor reflexes same with fighting games.
Why ghouls n ghosts? Or even super meat boy?
G&G was a personal thing. It's the game from my youth I just couldn't do, no matter how hard I smoshed the controller. Meat Boy is on that list for a reason. It is very hard. I don't think they are cheap deaths at all. Still very frustrating though!
This guy is obviously not a old school gamer, number 1 on anyone's list should be Battletoads from SNES. And Contra would be a close 2nd those are the 2 hardest games in history and unlike these days if you run out of lives its back to the very beginning.
Battletoads...Battletoads. I played it loads, it wasn't satisfying. It was unfair. Personally I don't get why it keeps making these kinda lists because it's not even fun IMO. I think these lists should always be personal :) - maybe I was just awful at the game!
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