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All Girls. All Racing. I've never been so psyched to play a game and then completely frustrated in like 10 minutes into it as I was with Top Gun.
SgtPeppers Posted 13 years 28 days ago. MicroMan Posted 13 years 29 days ago. J-Man Posted 13 years 1 month ago.
Officeguy25 Duck Tails was easy, once you coud figure out how to master scrooge's moves. Second When is everyone going to realize that NES made games that were great for replay value.
They were impossiable to beat so you can play them over and over again and not have to purchase a new game until you either beat the game or became extremely frustrated and bought another one.
It might just have been me, but Super Mario Bros 2 was impossible to beat. To this day I still havent finished it.
TV Posted 13 years 1 month ago. Good list. I love tmnt,but I will admit that I loved it because I was a turtle hype and not because it was a good game.
Double dragon 3 was hard,but it never seemed as hard as people said to me. I beat it a number of times by myself on 1 player.
I also beas silver surfer,but wish I had not wasted the time and energy because it was not worth it. I played silver surver so much becaise I was a comic book hype.
I could never beat tmnt though. I got to the end,but couldn't get to shredder. Chad Posted 13 years 1 month ago. Silver Surfer really did deserve to get 1.
Only because that game drived me crazy and I could never beat it! You've hit the nail on the head perfectly with this article!
Some of these games are close to impossible, while others are beatable, but extremely challenging. Man tmnt was very hard.
I'm pretty good at games and that was one I just couldn't get past. I always got to the airport but that was it Spencer Posted 13 years 1 month ago.
Mega Man was a challenge and today is a classic. I bought the PS2 anniversary edition just to play this again. It was a tough bastard to crack when I bought it back then, but I finally beat it after 3 days.
This list is very accurate. GotSonic Posted 13 years 1 month ago. Even though NES and all the other games like this are before my time, I love them!
Well, dalmatianlover, now you know it! I beat Silver Surfer and it wasn't that long game and not so hard at all.
I don't consider it a hard very hard game. I think it is as hard as Abadox, which is a game in the same style, which I always loved, and never beated it.
Okay, you got me, I used special cheat codes to beat Silver Surfer. Ghosts and Goblins? DD III? Really friggin hard. I love this game, it's fun to play, funny and a lil' goof crazy in a certain way.
I love the simpsons game as well, but can't really manage to go much longer than the Amusement Park. I only passed that phase once.
I'm 27, and the first time i played that game i was 10 or Top Gun was cool My list would be: 10 - Top Gun 9 - Yo! It's always fun to remember the good ol' Nintendo days!
IkeAurion Posted 13 years 1 month ago. I played Silver Surfer only once. After 5 minutes I was so frustratred I threw it away.
Never could go pass like the first 30 seconds of the first level. Definitley agree with your top 3. I have not played a few of the games you mentioned on the list.
Rygar took me into my twenties to beat. I can get to the final bosses and thats it. I think I am one of the only people to beat Top Gun.
THAT game is very difficult for how simple it is. Characteristics Posted 13 years 1 month ago. Also, Kid Icarus isn't that hard.
I played it myself. Even though the game has a lot of similarities to other games, it's still a classic. Hello, people! Did you not read my article?
So surmountable that u get 10 lives at the start of each game! Tell me what other game gives u that many lives at the start man?!
Demu Posted 13 years 1 month ago. There were plenty of hard games back then like "Wolverine" and the insanely difficult crude-filled RPG "Rygar".
Also Rygar never had a save point. Taka Posted 13 years 1 month ago. I think you forgot one of the hardest NES games of all. Ninja Gaiden. Why was it hard?
Level Oh, and the fact that the pesky bats and birds respawned if you were in a certain place on screen, making certain jumps near impossible.
ThaMasterHand Posted 13 years 1 month ago. I'm gonna get an emulator and play Silver Surfer, I wonder how hard it is. I agree with you on the Battletoads game even with the game genie and with two players it was still hard as hell to beat that game.
Saradomin Posted 13 years 1 month ago. Maybe they thought that we would become video game geeks or something.
I love the NES, it has excellent games. But the harder games were also the less enjoyable ones. I only tried so much before I finally threw the controller at the screen.
Thankfully I didn't break it. HarryReems Posted 13 years 1 month ago. Yeah, Battletoads is the hardest game on the planet.
I don't know why those assholes made it that difficult. Did they really think little kids would ever beat it? VIsraWrats Posted 13 years 1 month ago.
Where's "Ikari Warriors" on that list? That game is impossible without Game Genie. A game I would have put on that list is Ninja Gaiden.
The last few levels of that game have insane difficulty. The Surfer is very frustrating with the "start over at the beginning of the level".
That game has a really great soundtrack. Definitly some similarities with your article and AVGN's. Could someone make another 'hardest SNES games list?
Good article. Fangarius Posted 13 years 1 month ago. Yeah, as for Friday the 13th, I secretly believe LJN and Galoob were in cahoots for pushing the Game Genie, because I noticed most of their movie game based games were frustrating, and hardly had anything to do with the movies they portrayed except for characters and their actions.
I definitely agree with Battletoads. The most frustrating level I hated was the surfing-hurdle one because there was one spot where two hurdles appear and come at you, with no way to bypass them.
They later did it with Battletoads and Double Dragon, which made it really frustrating to where Galoob actually made a Ghost Cheat for their Game Genie so people could bypass the level altogether.
Fighting the Dark Queen was also next to impossible because you had to time it perfectly to get any good hits in on her, and I think she was part Tazmanian Devil because she kept spinning about constantly.
Another one to add on your list was "Roger Rabbit" mainly not because the game itself was difficult, but it was impossible doing away with Judge Doom and stopping the Dip Machine.
To this day, I've never figured out the way to beat the game. Yeah, the one-hit point thing was a short-lived phase with many games out there up through the Super NES age as well.
Bubsy, anyone? Why, after all, put all that effort into a crafting a grand tale playing out in painstakingly designed environments meant to wow audiences, if only a fraction of people were going to get a chance to experience it all?
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If you somehow still ended up dying all the time, well, there is always the option to turn the difficulty down even more.
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If you manage to get back to the spot you were killed without dying again, you can recover your lost loot.
Death is never permanent, however, you can keep trying again and again. Older players quickly spotted how this was in many ways a throwback to the games of yore: ones that challenged you to get good enough to pass a level and that did not feel compelled to give you easy ways to defeat a big boss or make it through a particularly challenging level.
This approach resonated with many gamers, young and old. They enjoyed being given a challenge, enjoyed the sense of accomplishment that came with finally vanquishing a difficult boss on the 29th attempt and after several hours of failing.
Dark Souls quickly became famous for its difficulty, but also for its world, best described as a medieval European fantasy-horror setting as filtered through the eyes and minds of a Japanese development team.
It is a world filled with secrets and dense with hidden clues about current events, and ones that played out centuries ago. Everything — the art, sound and level design, architecture and music — contributed to creating an incredible sense of place.
One sign of the success of Dark Souls was how it quickly inspired other games in trying to follow or borrow from the same formula. Dark Souls II was released in , and while not as well received as its predecessor, it does retain a devoted fanbase.
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