I want some challange,
suggest some hard videogames
already beat it, i was lloking for something that i haven't played
bonus points for games from 2000 or newer
Meh I've watched the AVGN review of that game but it doesn't look that hard compared to Dark Souls. Seriously my boyfriend thought someone had broken into the house after the fit I threw after I died when I was one hit away from beating the 4th boss.
Anubis and the Buried Bone
it's basically 2D Dark Souls
It's difficult but mostly fair once you learn how to spot traps. There's also several unlockable characters with differences in how they play.
First rayman game.
I tried playing that again this weekend, game lets up on you in a few spots but the difficulty spikes come out of fucking knowwhere
the only people who think those two games have any similarities are those who either never played them or suck at volgarr enough to think it controls shittily
or they see that the two characters hold their weapon similarly
Dustforce is one of the most mechanically demanding games out there.
Getting a full clear of all the levels is insanely difficult, and then you discover that beating them opens up a second map hub, and all the levels that you spent dozens upon dozens of hours getting good enough to finish are basically just baby training stages for the insanity they put you up against afterward.
Bunny Must Die
they both happen to be in a cheap ass bundle right now
not the same guy but
> most people have trouble figuring out how to leave the first 2x2 room where you start the game, it's a bullshit puzzle in itself
> your character is made of glass, if rng decides to fuck you over you'll just die, especially at early game
> although the game is turn based, there's a spoopy ghost that follows you in real-time, and if it catches you it's game over
> you need these seemingly useless minions that are a waste of space against every single enemy in the game to beat the final boss. there is only a slight indication of this, towards the beginning of the game, if i'm not mistaken
> bullshit puzzles that rival the point n click games of olde
> pretty much no graphics
> no indication of anything whatsoever
> to get the best best best ending you need to either use a guide or be fluent in esoteric religion and mythology
> this, and much much more!
i recommend reading the let's play
My recommendations are the Adventures of Bayou Billy or pic related without any guides or maps.
>although the game is turn based, there's a spoopy ghost that follows you in real-time, and if it catches you it's game over
This is only in one version of the game
>you need these seemingly useless minions that are a waste of space against every single enemy in the game to beat the final boss. there is only a slight indication of this, towards the beginning of the game, if i'm not mistaken
It doesn't actually tell you this at all, the game expects you to map out the entire dungeon and it only shows a name it if you make a graph of the last few floors
>bullshit puzzles that rival the point n click games of olde
Even those had some sort of crazy logic to it, Wizardry 4 doesn't even pretend to make sense of anything.
Not that Wizardry 4 is easy, just need to clarify these points