Have you ever felt like punching your TV screen because of a tough level in a game that you can’t finish.
Yeah. Even pros experience that. Especially if you play the secret DLC stage in the new Crash Bandicoot. I dare you to finish it without dying. I double dare you.
So, without further ado, here are the top 5 hardest video games of all time.
In the Groove
In the Groove is an arcade game produced by Roxor Games in 2004. The main setting of the game is, you play it while moving or using your feet to match the pattern of the dance and at the same time, the rhythm of the song.
During the game, there are arrows appearing at the bottom of the screen, and the player must step on the same arrow appearing in the screen, be it left, right, up, or down. The longer your feet dance, the more arrows appear, and the faster you have to step. That’s why it’s hard and tiring at the same time.
F-Zero GX was developed by Amusement Vision and SEGA, and was published by Nintendo in August 2003. It’s a game played in Nintendo GameCube. F-Zero GX is a futuristic racing game with 20 different tracks, as well as multiple unique pilots. It also has four game modes which includes versus mode, time attack, grand prix, and the challenging story mode.
The hardest part on this game is at the last part of the story mode, where it’s impossible to defeat Black Shadow. Up to date, F-Zero GX is considered the most challenging among F-Zero games.
Super Ghouls ‘n Ghosts
Super Ghouls ‘n Ghosts is a platform game developed and published in Japan in October 1991, in North America in November 1991, and in Europe in December 1992 by Capcom. The game was released for Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The setting of Super Ghouls ‘n Ghosts is an adventure game, and as the player you will play as the Knight Arthur with weapons and abilities to save the damsel in distress, Princess Prin Prin.
The hardest part of the game is when you are near the finish line and have finally found the princess. She will send you back at level one, and then you’ll again complete the entire game, for the game to be considered as finished. A remake of this game was released for Game Boy Advance in 2002. It features additional new stages that make the game more challenging and difficult.
Ninja Gaiden Black
Ninja Gaiden Black is an adventure and action game developed by Team Ninja and published for Xbox and PlayStation. The game features a story mode with two different levels of difficulties. You’ll play as the protagonist and start at a low level, and as you advance in the game, your level gets higher.
Since the game has been updated many times, the hardest part of the game is seen in the PlayStation 2 version. When Ninja Gaiden gives you the bone that can unlock the Ninja Dog difficulty mode, the Ninja Gaiden Boss, Alma, who wears pink from her head to toe will appear. The two of you will fight and she will make you cry and scream thru its giant marble every time she will toss it.
Alien: Isolation is a horror, adventure, and survival game developed by Creative Assembly, and was published by SEGA. The game platforms include Xbox, PlayStation 3 & 4, PC, and MAC. In this game, you play as Amanda Ripley who was sent in Sevastopol, a space station, to retrieve the Nostromo’s flight recorder. It contains answers about her questions regarding Nostromo’s team.
When she arrived at Sevastopol, that’s where the adventure and fright begins. The hardest part of the game is facing your enemies. When facing your enemies, you might just want to run away because they can kill you with just one hit.
Interesting games, aren’t they? Have you already finished one? Share your thoughts below!