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Top Video Game Villains You Love To Hate

What are heroes without their counterparts? Nothing really, if you ask me. Conflict only arises when there are two clashing/opposing views. Without villains conflict does not exist and without conflict, nothing is learned, nothing is gained, nothing really happens. A hero can never be truly valued without a villain, making the antagonist absolutely necessary in any sort of narrative. What really makes them shine are their villains. Having said that, here are five of the villains we all love to hate from games that we’ve played over the years. Vaas Montenegro (Far Cry 3) Bearing close resemblance to the Joker, Vaas portrays tons of dark humor, mercilessness and of course is completely insane. Despite the fact that he is a total maniac, he’s still feels like a guy I can watch sports with. Ma...

It might be a tricky ride for Batman Arkham Knight

There are many different opinions on the upcoming Batman game. Many are of the opinion that Arkham Knight is one of the best games at the show, and with good reason. From what we could tell not only from the pictures but from others who actually played the game, it is pretty awesome. But there are certain aspects that go potentially take a turn for the worst and kill the games hype. Batman has been most people’s favorite hero. From early cartoon adaptations to Nolan’s take on the hero to the games it has recently been associated with….Batman has come a long way. But there still remain a few things that I would want to, not exactly nitpick, but would like to bring to people’s attention. 1.Storyline will be the Key The first two Batman games had pretty decent story-li...

Troy Baker at Comic-Con

Mark Hamill last year, announced that he would be stepping back from the role of Joker in the Batman Arkham games, and caused a great amount of worry among fans. But versatile voice over artist Troy Baker has stepped up to the plate and done more than just deliver, cause Baker’s Joker is just….just…..just…you know what, take a look for yourself and tell us the word we’re looking for in the comments below During a Batman: Arkham Origins panel at this year’s New York Comic Con, voice actor Troy Baker recited a Joker’s monologue from Alan Moore’s graphic novel Batman: The Killing Joke.  

Joker: The Ultimate Super Villain

The Joker is undoubtedly one of the greatest super villains of all time. The Joker ranked #1 on Wizard’s list of the 100 Greatest Villains of All Time and was named #2 on IGN’s list of the Top 100 Comic Book Villains of All Time List. Batman’s archenemy was first seen in Batman#1 (Spring 1940) and has remained a vital character since then. The Joker is a vicious, calculating, psychotic killer who murders for his own amusement. The Joker has been played by Cesar Romero in the 1960 in the television series. The character was also portrayed by Jack Nicholson and Heath Ledger in Batman (1989) and The Dark Knight (2008) respectively. And others such as Mark Hamill, Brent Spiner and Michael Emerson have voiced the character in animation. Even though having had chances to kill Batman,...

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