5 of Gaming's Greatest Antiheroes

Not all heroes are young, powerful, muscular men with a penchant for wearing ridiculously tight spandex outfits complete with flowing cape and exterior underpants.

Outstanding movie characters such as Robert De Niro's iconic Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver; Jean Reno's quietly spoken assassin in Leon, and Michael Douglas as broken everyman D-Fens in Falling Down are just some of the more memorable examples of antihero characters in the world of film.

Videogames also have their own set of antiheroes, a handful of which GamerSquad has duly picked and listed for your entertainment. Some are more famous than others, but there's no doubting that they are all unique in their own curiously appealing and left-of-centre ways.

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fopums4093d ago

yup, Kratos certainly has his human side, but its overshadowed by sheer badass'ness

I lol'd in GOWII when the colossus tires to step on a human sized Kratos, and he just grabs him by the foot and tosses him aside in a very "STFU NOOB" manner :D

Fighter4093d ago

I love the GOW series and I can't wait to see what they do next in GOW PSP and GOW PS3.

GTA III is my favorite GTA game of the series because I got so attached to the character as if I was Claude himself. I hope they bring back Claude in a future GTA game.