Play Dark Souls And Enjoy The Chase
Most games are designed for you to have fun and blow off a little steam. Other games are made to make you tear your hair out, throw your controller across the room, and never play it again. Each game has varying degrees in difficulty. There are thousands of games out there
, ranging from the easiest games you can think of, to the hardest games ever made. Here is a list of some of the hardest games of all time.
Most games made for the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 have been relatively easy compared to the games on the Super Nintendo and Nintendo. That all changed when Dark Souls was released. Dark Souls is the sequel of Demon Souls, on the Playstation 3. Dark Souls is a punishing game right from the beginning. With barely any direction on what to do or where to go, you are thrown right into the fire and face a boss within the first couple minutes of the game. Though the game is extremely difficult, it is never cheap; with each death (and you will die a lot), you will learn something new about the terrain or enemy that you come across. The more you die, the more you learn about it, and the better the reward feels when you finally beat the boss that you have spent the last three hours on. You have to be extremely patient in this game, but once you start to figure it out, it’s one of the best experiences you will have on the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.
League of Legends
League of Legends Is A Multi Player Game
You may be wondering to yourself why a multiplayer game
is on this list; much less a multiplayer game that ranks and places you with players that are your level. League of Legends has over one hundred different champions, with several different items that you must learn and figure out the best combination of uses. Along with five different lanes that you must (or should) learn, last hitting, how to kite your enemy, timing, as well as positioning, it’s a lot for even the professionals to take in, practicing over twelve hours a day for one game. If all that isn’t enough for one person to learn, if you aren’t playing with friends all the time, you will have to play with up to four random people, who you have never meant, nor know their type of playstyle; not to mention a team of five on the other side with the very same requirements. Be careful with this game, because one misstep can be the difference of defeat or victory in a 40+ minute game.
Ghosts n’ Goblins
Ultimate Ghosts N’ Goblins
You are tasked as playing Arthur, a knight who must save the princess. With the controls being hard enough to master (there is only one way and at one speed you can jump) and a grand total of two hitpoints to last you, the respawning enemies, hard platforming, and insane bosses
will frustrate you to no end. Oh, and there are no save points. Once you lose all three (yes, only three) lives, you must start from the very beginning of the game, regardless of how far you made it. The worst part of it all? Once you make it to the end of the game, you really didn’t. In order to save the princess, you must complete the game not once, but twice. To this day, this game still gives gamers across the world nightmares.
If you thought that Ghosts ‘n Goblins was difficult, you haven’t experienced anything like Battletoads. At first, Battletoads seems like your typical beat ’em up game. You traverse whatever stage you might be on, and beat up the bad guys on the screen until a finger tells you that you are allowed to move on to the next portion of the map. That all changes after only a couple of stages. You hit the motorcycle speeder level, and it’s all over. Once you get to this point in the game (and it won’t take long), you jump on the speeder and you must navigate in between the blockades in your way. At first it seems relatively easy, and the game gives your brain enough time to process where you can go next…that is, until they keep on coming, and it doesn’t stop. You either have godlike reflexes, or you are able to memorize the entirety of this level. Many gamers have never made it past this level and further into Battletoads’ hellish depths, and many never will.