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Tom Mc Shea breaks down the Fearsome Four in Round 4 of GameSpot's Greatest Game Villain.
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this contest is gay and pathetic contest ever made in video games history...next time gamespot should vote for this lol and check the villains powers and personality THEN decide h is the strongest and not us gamers...cause we gamers no matter how much strong a villain is we WILL ALWAYS vote for our fav villain and not the stronger no matter h is it.My fav for example is joker but they are much more stronger guy than him...RAAM in the finals? now seriously? a no brainer ougabouga ghols super soldier wannabe?darth vader is much movie badest villain ever made but not for video games.In terms of powers sephiroth should be in the finals (he just need to cast a supernova and boom BB all lifeforms) against probably kerrigan.
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@RECONJON Ahh ok then, thanks :)
Oh btw VADER!!
@Skull-Fire It's near the beginning of the first Gears Of War game. I can't even remember the name of the guy he's killing xD
his blue shirt really brings out his blue eyes
Darth and RAAM wha a miss match. lol :D
"I'm not sure if you can count on him if you need to be evil in a hurry" - lol.
What scene was that with RAAM? I dont remember that ever happening..
Darth Vader vs RAAM
That... was a train wreck.
Vader, hands down
I gotta say, I had high hopes for this "All Time" Greatest 'Game' Villain contest. Just how is it that these final four beat out Psycho Mantis, Ganondorf, Bowser, and Sephiroth? This contest needs to be renamed "Greatest Comic, Movie, or Game Villain of the last five years". =\
Joker vs. Vader!
Vader is winning!
Not sure but I say Vader also :)
Vader All The Way Man
Lol. His Darth Vader comments are only from the movies because he's just that: a MOVIE villain. Whatev. Everyone knew it would come down to Joker and Darth Vader because they're more popular despite not really being game villains.
Kind of sounds like he finds the contest as goofy as most do, but has to cover it up for the sake of Gamespot. And somehow, Darth Vader's story part sounds, corny.