I'd have to nominate Ali Al-Saachez from Gundam 00. From child soldiers to terrorism to burning down a city with a mobile suit apparently just for the hell of it, there's no denying that he has no redeeming qualities about him. And yet, you can't stop watching.
Best part of it? He KNOWS he's...
Dullahan wasn't that difficult if you had the right trick, actually. But in a straight up fight...yeah. He was a nightmare. Didn't help that he could use the second strongest summon in the game on you.
"Did you just put a book in the 360?"
I gotta admit, I expected more out of an opening for a game based on a anime that involved giant robots beating on each other. It's like if an opening for a Gundam game was done in the style of a silent movie...good job with the jokes, but this opening...
Pretty much anything Sheogorath says. Or does. The Daedric quest of his (or Haskill) in Oblivion was hilarious. I mean, how many quests end with a town getting pelted by flaming dogs out of nowhere?
The scene in the club in Persona 4 made me laugh as well.
"Well, it wasn't malaria."
"I'm still upset."
I think they find ways to knock the player out just to avoid needing to animate someone getting in or out of a vehicle from a first person perspectice. That aside, I liked this one.
I agree with the whole Eggman/Robotnik thing. They called him Robotnik originally, and I never quite understood why they changed it. That said, I liked this one.
Even though the laws of physics were thoroughly defied.
"Wait, isn't this a Final Fantasy game? You guys aren't taking turns! No fair!"
You gotta love how cutscenes never apply the game rules. Otherwise, a lot of deaths could be avoided with a Phoenix Down. But acid might actually explain more than a few of the monsters in these games.
"Ancient Japanese Deathstar"? That was hilarious, as was the "Swift End Music" bit. Good job on this one guys!
But that narrator at the beginning was really hard to understand, so thank goodness for subtitles.
But I admit that that part at the end is true far too often. If you want us to...
I have fond memories of the Mario RPGs as well. Granted, the last one I played was on the SNES, but still.
I might give this one a try, but I'm surprised it's out. Oh well. I got more than a few laughs out of this one. A good video, all in all.