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Submitted by sarabbc 486d ago | opinion piece

Favorite Video Game Villains

Entropy Staff picks out their favorite game villains/bosses throughout the history of gaming ranging from Bowser to Ganondorf to Sephiroth to long cutscenes. (Culture, Final Fantasy VII, Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!, Portal, Retro, Silent Hill 2, Tetris)

Jyndal  +   486d ago
It's going to be hard to ever top Sephiroth. Dude was the embodiment of a mange-styled villain.
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il-JumperMT  +   485d ago
Kefka. He makes Sephiroth looksl ike a whining kid.
ilovepersona  +   486d ago
No Persona bosses? Fail!
GeofferyPeterson  +   486d ago
Sephiroth for Sony, Ganon for Nintendo, and Don Mattrick for Microsoft
NukaCola  +   486d ago
1000 lulz...
Aghashie  +   486d ago
Sephiroth (FFvii), GLADOS (Portal 1&2) and The Boss (MGS3).

In no guiven order, these 3 make my top list.
Steezo  +   486d ago
Vaas from Far Cry 3 is definitely one of my fav's.

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