I wanted to fucking beat the shit of out the person who designed this part of the mission Vendetta in Call of Duty World at War. While playing on Veteran you have to shoot and hit this sniper like 5 times before he dies and if he shoots you just 1 time, you die and then you have to restart the whole part. Like every time you hit the guy to, Reznov is just like "You only grazed him!". I was like OMFG how many times do I have to shoot this mother fucker. It was frichen ridiculous.
The most frustrating enemy on any game for me would have to be the artificial chaos from any of the sonic games. I wouldn't describe any of the games I own to be particularly difficult, so the artificial chaos is the most annoying enemy I ever face. It's not even fair. It has one weak spot which it constantly hides inside of its invulnerable body. Some can shoot you with lasers from far away when you're not paying attention and most of can hit you with their tentacles from 50 feet away. Sometimes they hover over pits so if you don't hit them just right, you fall to your death. This is hands-down, the most frustrating enemy that I deal with in video games.
The Eidolon challanges in final fantasy 13...pisses me off. Sometimes you try and try to fill up that stupid bar to claim them, but you sometimes try in vein. >.> (however these aren't actually bosses, so here's something that's actually A BOSS)
Killalon, which is the boss available by downloadable content for Lost Odyssey, will make you go bald and possibly hulk smash your whole room due to how fucking persistant the bastard is to casting regeneration and using moves like annihilation (which is instant kill for most characters, miss for most bosses), and other crap. Basically if you don't have your proper defenses up and don't cast spells that can hit hard (like Divide which deals damage to opponents equal to your hp divided by the number of opponents. ex. 3 opponents with full health 9999 = 3333 to each opponent. Reversa deals damage to an opponent equal to your hp capacity - your current hp. Faster spell, but you have to be on low health to make the best of it.)
Sires, if you don't one hit kill them (seriously, who drops the lancer in favour of a flamethrower?) these sons of bitches can take a while to take down for good. They even play dead for a few seconds to really piss you off.... Course once you know they're coming, it's plain sailing with chainsaws!
The Hunter Nothing says "Fuck You Player" like an unkillable enemy. Although he goes a little slower than most enemies, the game throws regular ones at you, on top of the fact that this one REGENERATES ITS FUCKING LIMBS!! And most of us though it was safe at the end of Chapter 5 when we freeze it, but NOOOOOOOOO!!! Dr. Crazy has to go and set it FREE!!! This thing is the stuff of nightmares out of all necromorphs until you burn the damn thing to bits using a shuttle's engine. Go to hell, Mercer!
PSSSH all you guys need to go pick up FEAR EFFECT for playstation one. you will end up with a new hardest enemy every five minutes. then when you get to the final boss fight you will basically give up hope on life. im not even going to tell you the morale that game took from me for fear i might very well go into the fetal postion. that game is MEAN. i had hope before. and only regained myself after the very long time it took me to beat it. im not even going to say how long either. i might wake it up *cower*
This made me go look through my old games. The worst enemy I could come up with off the top of my head would be Fire Hounds in Brute Force. There are so many of them in some of the levels and if they hit you twice, you're dead. Not very descriptive I guess, but if you've played the game on any hard difficulty you know what I mean.
Although only the 2nd boss of the game, Kazdan Paratus is the Single hardest boss in the entire game, especially on Sith Master, only barely surpassing the Bull Rancor. This guy just moves around all over the place, dodging and blocking even your most powerful attacks. Blocks Lightning, then throws it back right at you. You can't even get close to this fucker for a standard attack. You have to spend all your time blocking until he pulls out his Junk Titan. A giant sigh of relief is deserved once the button sequence takes place, ending your frustration.
The Taken from Alan Wake have been pissing me off all day. They;'re not that hard individually but, when you're playing on nightmare difficulty and they just keep coming and coming in swarms and you're out of flares and flashbangs, then the odds of survival go way down.
These dicks. A stealth game where the bad guys can see through walls and in the dark kinda makes it redundant. Might as well just take the desert eagle and the shotgun for the missions which they're in.
1. Every single terrorist or bad kill I killed and shot in my frustration that was Veteran on Modern Warfare 2 (shutup don't call me a noob for not having played Veteran on other Call of Duty games). This also includes allied troops I accidently shot who got in my line of fire.
2. Berserker, Gears of War 1 First encountered at the end of Act 1 in Gears of War, Chapter 5 called "China Shop" where Marcus and the rest of Delta Squad are pinned down by a Tomb. Here the Locust send in their worst kind of "Scary Ass Bitch" in known as the Berserker. As soon as you walk towards the end of the massive hallway in the tomb this bitch (yes its female) crashes through the wall in front of you hulk-style. They can run faster than you, down you with one ram and finish you off with a second ram or kill you in 1 hit (either way if you're downed in single player and not in co-op you are screwed, game over). They've also got the tendency to be indestructible to gunfire due to their armour except if you have the Hammer of Dawn but you usually need to lure them outside to do that. Yeah, the Berserker is a creature you will love to hate once you meet one.
3. Analogman (Digital Card Battle). In the Digimon World series for PS1, in the first game where you had to recruit digimon to File City, you were eventually allowed to access the final dungeon called Infinity Mountain and when reaching the top you meet a guy called Analogman who's a hacker, computer genius and such and loves enslaving Digimon (not a hugely sophisticated bad guy as it was a game aimed for young kids) and so he decides to summon a Machinedramon on you which is 10x better than your own guy. However, if you do beat him, he tries to destroy infinity mountain but ends up getting trapped in the process and is sent to another dimension which is Digital Card Battle. So in that game you have to fight him in a card duel (at this point you'd have the best Digimon Deck in the game hopefully), but he LOVES to cheat. First he sends all your good cards to the bottom of your deck, and then draws out the best cards in the game and manages to get an Apokarimon out meaning you are severely screwed unless you counterattack him all the time. But sometimes he'll change his move and then severely mess you up.
Yeah, much fun to be had fighting him. When I beat him after the 50th try, I was over the moon after owning that mutherfucker and went into a serious rant and danced with joy around the room all day long.
I hate Elizabeth Green in Prototype, see, when you think shes gonna be easy, she looks like a human, but when you fight her, she's this giant blob thing thats supported bye 3 legs, & a back bone. The worst part about it is when you're fighting her, you also gotta watch out for the other idiots AND the army all at once. I died five times before i finally killed her, & i was so excited because i thought the game was over, but then i had to fighting an even worse enemy then her! It was called the supreme hunter & he's even harder, because when you fight him you've got a timer ticking down before Manhatten is nuked, & if you fail that, you die, its just so hard, the good thing is that you have airplanes, the military grade ones to throw at him because you're on a military boat, but aside from that, you fighting the army at the same time as the Supreme Hunter.
this fucker was so powerful compared to everything you had just been fighting in the area. regardless of him being the final boss of the game he's obscenely difficult, with an insane amount of hp. he flicks you and you die, pretty much.
Final boss in Digimon Rumble Arena and in fact the only boss battle you have to fight (save for BlackWargreymon who sometimes ambushes you). This guy is a real test of your skills compared to the opponents you verse before him. But he spams you like the bastard he is with his Grim Slasher before following up with Bone Duster which sends you flying away causing you to be stunned for several seconds giving him ample time to follow up with more attacks. He can really frustrate you easily. To make things worst his special attack, Bone Cyclone does tonnes of damage and can even stun you. And not to mention the area you fight him is this strange dimension where it gets quite distorted (not a glitch, it's supposed to do that).
Galacticmon, Digimon World 3. The Digimon World games have the tendency to have epic boss fights, especially the last ones. In this case, Galacticmon was the final boss fight of Digimon World 3. It occurs when you, the player finally get on gunslinger and confront the main bad guy called Megadeath. Basically after beating Megadeath's Digimon he then digivolves 4 Vemmon (not Veemon, Vemmon) together to make one called Snatchmon who then absorbs Megadeath and then absorbs Gunslinger to become this monstrosity you see in the image about. You start off with the tail which smacks you, fires lasers and all sorts of things at you. After finally subduing it though he then brings out his ultimate attack called Ragnarok Cannon and vaporizes all of your leading Digimon's HP to 1 hit point before allowing his head and arm to attack you in which he does straight away and kills your main guy (by then you should have Revives regardless). It's quite a problem if you're other digimon don't have the same strength as your main guy did. Even worse is that if you use your special attack on him or one of your main moves, his laser attack copies the same damage and can send it back at you. Even worse is that towards the end of the fight he starts to block and evade like a bitch. Regardless I'd still give him an award for one of the most epic boss fights ever plus it has a great soundtrack going to it as well.
I know someone back further up already put this down but I think I'll do it anyway. In Golden Sun 2 there are two culprits who have been awarded the titles of "Hardest Boss in the game", it's debatable which is the stronger one but I'll put them in proper order to clarify which I am talking about for those who are unfamiliar:
If you were one who played the first game of Golden Sun and collected all the Djinn in the game and then transferred your character profiles across to Golden Sun 2. You were then able to access a secret dungeon in Anemos Sanctum which was the longest dungeon out of both games. When you got to the end of it though, you then went into a hall that had a set of blocks you had to form together to make a "spider-like shape" and then use "Hover" on them to send you up along the hall, across a bottomless pit and past an aisle of dragon statues (clearly giving hint to some sort of boss fight) before finally reaching the other end where there stood this S.O.B. called Dullahan who guards the final summon in the game called Iris (and the best one in the game I should add).
Now this battle will possibly screw up the first few times especially if you weren't expecting him. But basically to summarize this guy: Dullahan attacks 3 turns in a row, uses the Earth Summon Charon (the best Earth Summon), can also put your Djinn on standby, fucking up those awesome summons you had prepared for the fight and were plotting to unleash upon his sorry ass. He's also resistant (meaning less damage) to Water. He then has a number of other attacks that can hurt but one move stands above them all as his best one called "Formina Sage" where he turns his sword into one filled with Energy and can do a near to 1-hit kill on your characters. Yeah, he is HARD but the reward is worth it.
The final boss of Golden Sun 2 is no pushover like Dullahan. First off, this boss battle goes in 3 stages. As he gets weaker his heads explode. But it gets harder. This guy can seriously mindfuck you. Especially if you planned on summoning your best summons right at the beginning of the battle. He can use both Djinn Blast and Djinn Storm that will end that plot instantly and cause major frustration. He can then do a move called Guard Aura which decreases any damage done to him by three quarters, meaning you do almost next to fuck all. His other moves can be pretty bad too like Gravel Blow, Desert Gasp and Blast Breath along with numerous other attacks which can do a fair amount of damage when he mixes it up with his other attacks. But there is one ability that is his strongest move, he tends to spam with it after you defeat his first head which is this:
It is a thing known as "Cruel Ruin" which is basically spelling "Game Over" all over it if he uses it. It won't always kill you in one hit but you damn better believe it will carve your HP for all your characters down by a TON. He basically flies up into the air, creates an explosion of light and sends down beams of light around the world of Golden Sun before one of strikes your party, you screaming "HOLY SHIT!" on the other end as it cuts down your two teams of adepts. This guy will have you cussing, swearing, cursing to the heavens before you truly defeat him. For a final boss he's definately a good one but hell he's frustrating to no end.
Oh I forgot to add that Doom Dragon can also attack 4 times per turn to start off with, then three when it gets to two heads and then two turns when he has 1 head left. But that doesn't stop him from spamming you with Cruel Ruin and other moves like Curse.
Imperial Purge Trooper (Star Wars: The Force Unleashed)
I am sad to say that I never found a non-cheap, effective counter for these bastards on Sith Master.
Nope, I was forced to make Starkiller zap one with a full meter of Force Lighting, hop around like a damn bunny, waiting for the meter to recharge, and rinse and repeat. Quite a pain when they come to you in twos and threes.