In an attempt to explain away why he's so bad at videogames, Rob presents us with the 6 lamest ways to die. Have you got any more? Let us know in the comments!
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I got killed by slow poison in Bloodborne by the bloodstarved beast when it had 100 health left. Every attack i made dealt 88 damage so it woildve taken me 1 to 2 hits. I thought i was good because i hadnt taken any damge for a while but then i took a hit looked up at my health and saw that i had a sliver of health left. Which was depleted halfway through the healing animation
The first time i ever played a Dark Souls game was Dark Souls 2, I had never heard of the series so I had no idea what to expect. 5 minutes in I was going through the tutorial area and saw a hole, for some reason I thought "oh theres probably an invisible wall" so to test that I just walked right into it, *You Died*, the worst part was then the 'Welcome to Dark Souls' trophy popped....
you missed a major one. Death by Care Package. You throw a care package, get into a fire fight, only to find out that your care package lands on you, killing you instantly and your opponent grabs it before you can respawn.
I was playing skyrim in the very 1st town you come to the chicken cross the road I couldn't help it I killed it and omg you thought maybe i killed the Emperor of skyrim I was running around entire town with the entire town trying to kill me
I did the lame drop-a-grenade-on-ur-foot thing... What makes it worse... I did it at the start of an online pvp...
And I killed everyone EXCEPT myself.. because I threw it ahead, where my teammates were running TO. They all left the match.. and kicked me out of subsequent lobbies.
Not only was I embarrassed, I couldn't play that game for practically the whole of my playing session. I had to switch games
I once was playing the game "Hybrid Heaven" for the 64 and had to actually leave it on for like a week when I went to school because I didn't have an expansion pack and thus could not save. It was going smooth. I was progressing at a decent clip. Got a little cute one day on like day 4 of playing and accidentaly hopped over a handrail on a staircase into a bottomless pit. That's it. All the previous time was a complete waste.
One thing I could find Lane death is when someone accidentally kills himself by stupidly on Fantasy game use a spell that has a cough that's not Magica like on Skyrim there's a spell that transforms Health into Magicka your Bolton does not read this bill and just sees the part well gives you magical they could kill themselves stuff like that stuff will people idiotically kill themselves trying to do something helpful
City of Heroes (before the awful nerfs) tank rounds up the entire zone of werewolves, bait them into trash bin, while the rest of us stand on telephone pole wires above trash bin to nuke the monsters. Me with super jump and ability to fly as healer, FALL OFF the damn wires into trash bin...DEAD. (DON'T ask me to jump or stand on a small ledge! At least 13 tries to get on there, and then must be sure not to touch any movement control as not to fall off). If it involves jumping onto small things, guarantee deaths for me!
The original EverQuest decades ago. DON'T forget to un-target SELF before attacking as the game WILL allow you to attack yourself! DEAD!
I have an example from an obscure football management game on the PS2 (with the worst title ever). It was called 'Lets make a soccer team' and, unsurprisingly, you create your own soccer team. Your first match after creating your team is the 'division 2' play-off final. It's basically a tutorial match. Win the match, get promoted into the the top division, and the game begins proper. Lose that match however, as I did the first time playing, and it's an instant game over, start again situation.
Losing the tutorial match is a pretty lame way to end your game before it's even begun!
My funniest example of number 3 is: I'm watching a couple of friends play Need for Speed Underground and one of them could pull off a great come from behind win if he just hit the NOS. So I yell out "HIT THE NOS" then I hear his breaks screeching because he hit the break instead, killing any chance he had.
clicking the wrong button in a quick time event! its so dumb!
its like you forgot which button to press and your panicking so much you press what ever button, your fingers hit first like wack a mole. hitting what ever pops out.
quick time events are just annoying when there too fast. some in until dawn are just a few seconds too fast and the rush to press a button just makes you press any like you forgot what button was what because you don`t have enough time to check the buttons again or look while your pressing. your only looking not because you forgot the button layout just because the rush of the quick time event being to fast makes you press the wrong button and really pisses you off.
Playing Doom and getting recked by a child. It's so lame and stupid and unfair. Setiously, kids have better reflex timings than adults. I was so glad to have gotten the demon rune literally just one inch of him to eat him as the Cacodemon. You could just hear the worry in his voice when he said: "Oh no." Revenge, it can be sweet or bitter or in my case bitter sweet.
I actually love it when games reward you for being able to kill much higher levelled seemingly impossible to kill enemies much earlier than you're meant to or if it's even possible, like jumping straight from level 1 to 9 on diablo because you killed skeletons that can pretty much one shot you on hell difficulty, or fighting gades for the first time on lufia: rise of the sinistrals an getting the godly gades sword for doing so. Even if it's bending the game, if it can be done, an if there's a decent payoff, this game can make getting lucky, getting skilled, or if you actually wanna do it right an just level to get stronger a really big motivator. Oh almost forgot don't forget the reward for killing that big fat demon early in the dark souls games with nothing more than a broken sword 😁
In Final Fantasy XIV there is this huge tree you can climb up and I decided to see what would happen if I jumped off from the top... Pretty much the same thing that would happen in real life, I died lol
Please tell me that isn't actually Rob's Dark Souls character... He is wearing the heaviest possible armor he can have at that point without having Havel's Ring and he keeps fighting multiple enemies at once that could kill him easily since I am pretty sure he has barely leveled up.
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