Rob presents our list of 7 incredibly powerful enemies that were way stronger than we thought they'd be. Can you think of any others that fit the bill? Let us know in the comments!
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Ok, this will not resonate with younger gamers (anyone over the age of 25) because EVERYONE know about it NOW. But chickens in A Link to the Past. And i say A Link to the Past because that was the first one that did it (to my knowledge)
The final guy on Tokyo Xtreme Racer Zero. I beat Vipers, Lancers, and other powerful cars. Then the final guy was in a tiny weak looking car so I thought it would be easy then the race started and he left me like I was going in reverse.
Rob, I've just discovered your videos. My son is your age so I've lived through all these. Play games myself too. One thing concerns me. 50-50 cabs? Really? LOL! Something dark going on there.😁 Absolutely love the feature, thanks for the laughs and the memories of my son's childhood.
There's a D&D-themed DLC for Borderlands 2 (Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep) that has some of the best renditions of Mimics. Also, if you think the Sans fight was challenging, you should try some Undertale mods (especially Alphys NEO which will make you rip your hair out in clumps).
I just want to put this out there, you'll never be at the same level of quality Outside Xbox is, I am a fan of neither show, but I know they're a lot less self-congratulatory than this mess, have more than one speaker (to keep things from getting too grating) and actually have the humility to cover games that don't appear on Xbox systems. Take this as constructive criticism, you have a lot of room for improvement.
Another one is aquaman from the first injustice. The first time you see him fight you just think oh what's he going to do, throw some water at me? Five seconds later: oh God! Oh God that trident goes EVERYWHERE
Hmm enemies in games I underestimated?
Gravity in space engineers. I'm talking about planet gravity. It's horrifyingly strong and you don't realize your ships design flaws till your falling incredibly fast.
Utah Raptors in the isle. You think oh they are kinda tiny what could they do? Well... first if your a baby dino then it doesn't seem so small anymore. Second you realize your in trouble when you see there are 12 of them. Looking at thier next meal.
I'm sure there is more but that is some of the experiences I've had.
Mimics... I remember them from D&D. >:(
"The heroes sit in a tavern when one of them tells a joke to the innkepper.
The inkeeper laughs.
The heroes laugh.
The table laughs.
The heroes kill the mimic..."
The Dark Souls ones at least give you a hint via their chain and occasional breathing!
If game wasn't instantly spoiled for everyone Sans being a difficult enemy like actually be surprising but this point in time anyone who plans or has already played undertale knows exactly what's he can do
May be a ps3 but if you made it to the end of the tutorial in Demons souls and if you felt you were experienced enough I would say the dragon God first encounter because you already killed one giant fat thing what's to stop you from.....oh giant flaming punches that wipe your tiny existence of life straight to the nexus
3:12 weelll, I forgot his exact name, but in Norse mythology, his mom exacted a promise from everything in existence, except for misiletow, which eventually is what kills him, thanks to Loki. But I guess in this god of war, he never got killed.
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