The Five Most Badass Characters of the Last Five Years

Hardcore Gamer: Having a tough, badass protagonist is usually the standard when it comes to video games. And that’s okay, because as gamers that’s what we expect. Whether it’s Solid Snake, Commander Shepard or Geralt of Rivia, having a badass protagonist has and will always be a staple within the industry. Sure, having those types of characters can get a bit tiring and sometimes, even stereotypical, but there have have some characters in the last five years that have had more personality. With that in mind, let's take a look at the five most badass characters from 2010 to 2015. Also, there are spoilers ahead.

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way2fonky1121d ago

All wrestlers from Hulk Hogan's Main Event!!!

nowitzki20041121d ago

Geralt, Trevor, Batman, Marston, and Bayonetta. Thats my list and not in any certain order.

Paytaa1121d ago (Edited 1121d ago )

1.) Geralt of Rivia (The Witcher)
2.) Joel (TLOU)
3.) Garrus (Mass Effect)
4.) Grunt (Mass Effect)
5.) Jorge (Halo Reach)

Perjoss1121d ago

Female Shephard, if you play renegade.

Outthink_The_Room1121d ago (Edited 1121d ago )

Marston? Good Lord, he sucked.

All he did was run errands for the first 12 hours of the game....then went back home know how that ended.

We don't even meet his family for the first 12 hours. I'm supposed to engage with Marston as a character when I don't even know who I'm fighting to save because of the atrocious writing.

RDR is one of the most overrated games of all time. Terrible script, basically stole every character and plot point from a bunch of films.

Controls were terrible on horse, since you have to press a face button to ride the damn thing. So having to switch back and forth slows the horse down and breaks action consistently.

Seriously, I could write a 90 page dissertation on that game and all it's mediocrity.

esmittystud1011121d ago

Yes, I agree. RDR is the most overrated open world game of all time I think. Well atleast in the last decade.

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