What games allow me to overcome the odds no matter how stacked they are against me in a way that seems like I just did an asspull?
Then Roman Reigns uses his amazing strength to eliminate Nakamura, AJ Styles, Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson all at the same time becoming a back to back Rumble winner.
>Implying Roman is going to win.
>Implying he's not going to lose the belt at the Rumble.
>Implying it's not going to be used to build up YET ANOTHER stupid Authority angle
>Implying he's not going to win it back at Wrestlemania
To be fair, they did it before in 92.
But it's not all that interesting either way because, regardless of what the Rumble is for and who wins, the end game will always be Ramen walking out of Wrestlemania as champ.
>Implying Reigns is enjoyable to watch
>Implying his story isn't crap
CM Punk wasn't right about everything
>final boss keeps handing you opportunities while acting like he's fucking you over
Punk was shit. He literally has no strength to lift heavy people and his moves are flaccid as fuck. I don't care how much they hurt in real life, they're not fun to watch because they have no impact. Plus, he was a whiny bastard who completely refuses to pay tribute to those who've paved the way for him.
You can solo entire armies alone in Mount & Blade if you have the right equipment
Hotline Miami 2 does this more than any game I ever played. A lot of people complained about it being too hard and with bad enemy placement and such, but I loved it because it felt like I was fighting against ridiculous odds