MOST DIFFICULT PC GAMES OF ALL TIME


MOST DIFFICULT PC GAMES
most difficult pc games of all time

Every month dozens of new video games flood the market. Some of those make it to our list of most difficult games to play. The game Red Dead Redemption 2  (maybe coming to pc) allowed fans to fulfill their fantasy of being a cowboy in the Wild West. While God Of War gave the players an opportunity to play as the former God.

There was a time when games, (particularly those on consoles) were unbelievably hard to complete. While the graphics might not be that alarming. Also, Games like Ghost ‘n Goblins, Super Meat Boy, and Dark Souls take hours and hours to complete. Thanks to challenging levels and hard to beat end-of-level bosses. So, not keeping to wait for too long. Here is the list #MOST DIFFICULT PC GAMES :


1.) F-ZERO GX :


F-ZERO GX

One of the few GameCube released that lives up to the hype, F-Zero GX is a futuristic racer praised for its exceptional visuals, engaging gameplay and pulsating action. What critics and gamers alike didn’t appreciate was the game’s difficulty.

The controls for F-Zero GX are very fidgety and if you tap the controller too much in the wrong direction you’ll find yourself crashing off.


2.) SPELUNKY :


SPELUNKY

As the name suggests, players take control of a spelunker and explore a variety of caves and underground lairs searching for treasure while fighting enemies and dodging traps. And just like real spelunking, this game is incredibly difficult to complete.

The levels are full of traps and the slightest slip and you’ll find yourself losing life and right back at the beginning. You have to watch your surroundings and learn from your mistakes if you want to get far in this game. Despite all this, Spelunky is very addictive and hard to stop playing.


3.) THE SUPER MARIO BROS: THE LOST LEVEL :-


THE SUPER MARIO BROS: THE LOST LEVEL

Everyone loves the Super Mario Bros. series but of every entry in the franchise, none will frustrate you more than Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels. While it’s pretty much a revised version of Super Mario Bros., this game increases the difficulty tenfold and will have you wishing you never decided to play this silly title.

At times it seems like the game has been intentionally designed to frustrate and annoy. Particularly the windpipes that will shoot you into enemies or off course on a regular basis. And don’t get me started on the speedrun challenges!


4.) SUPER MEAT BOY :-


SUPER MEAT BOY

Similar to I Wanna Be The Guy: The Movie GameSuper Meat Boy is a hair-pulling experience that you won’t be able to stop playing. It’s not even apologetic for its difficulty, taunting you with every new level you reach.

As Meat Boy you must traverse over 300 levels in an attempt to rescue your girlfriend, Bandage Girl, from Dr. Fetus. You need a deft touch playing this game, with the slightest miss-timed jump sure to end in tears. Despite this, it’s highly addictive and one of the best independent games of the past decade.


5.) I WANNA BE THE GUY: THE MOVIE :-


I WANNA BE THE GUY: THE MOVIE

Those who played this freeware platforming treasure that never officially left beta will likely find it hard to forget. Boiling its genre down to its founding elements, I Wanna Be The Guy was developed as a response to a then unfinished, brutally demanding Japanese flash game named Jinsei Owata. O’Reilly was convinced he could push Jinsei Owata’s difficulty a little further, and it appears he succeed. As a result, his game has become a reference point for the most testing indie titles. Super Meat Boy featured IWBTG’s protagonist, The Kid, who also starred as the final boss of the conclusive build of Jinsei Owata.


6.) DARK SOULS


DARK SOULS

If you think Demon Souls is a tough play then don’t even think about giving Dark Souls a crack. A spiritual successor to the first game in the Souls series. This third-person RPG is full of hard to beat enemies and intricate level designs that aren’t easy to navigate.

The worst thing is some of the enemies not only take away your health but also destroy your equipment and upgrades, which is a real kick to the private parts. And if you play online, other players can take you out, which is a real pain in the backside. This one is for the super experienced gamers only.This one of the most difficult ones. (##MOST DIFFICULT PC GAMES)


7.) SHINOBI :-


SHINOBI

This 2002 version of Shinobi released on the PS2 once again finds you taking control of Hotsuma, ninja warrior who wields Akujiki, a sword that feeds on souls. The 3D action is super and the world design great. But it’s the difficulty that will leave you stumped.

This one isn’t for the casual gamer, with enemies not only hard to kill. But many often attacking you and throwing you off cliff faces, bringing your game to an abrupt end. While previous installments rely on stealth, this one has that many enemies coming for you it never lets up. Good luck.

8.) NINJA GAIDEN (2004) :-

NINJA GAIDEN

If you thought the original Ninja Gaiden games were tough to crack then you might want to give the 2004 remake a miss. This game was developed by Team Ninja for the Xbox and PS2. This new version of the classic hack and slash game is not to be laughed at.

Enemies come at you thick and fast. They never seem to let up, while the end of level bosses are super hard to combat, especially Alma. Thankfully the game looks great and plays well, helping ease the pain of failing over and over again.


9.) ALIEN: ISOLATION


ALIEN: ISOLATION

Most survival horror games are terrifying during the first playthrough. But the pants-soiling ceases once you’ve learned the scripted jump scares, or which areas are safe and which are full of enemies.

Not so Alien: Isolation which, by featuring a protagonist that is (a) able to go pretty much anywhere you are, but faster (b) kill you in one hit and (c) controlled 99% of the time by AI rather than scripting, manages to keep the scare-o-meter cranked up to 11 throughout.

The unpredictable AI, lack of scripted scares and paucity of save points make this game a truly challenging experience. Rather than confront your enemy, Alien: Isolation requires that you outthink it – or at least run away really, really well.

Suffice to say, Creative Assembly has delivered one of the best hiding simulators we’ve ever played. And you’ll spend as much time sweating motionlessly inside lockers, cupboards, and vents as you will exploring the eerily deserted hallways of Sevastopol Station.


10.) TRIAL FUSION :-


TRIAL FUSION

For a good while, this side-scrolling motorcycling game feels like a meditative experience – and then the difficulty curve suddenly shoots straight for the heavens. It is then that the game reveals its true form; a nightmarish physics puzzler dressed as a driving game. Just how do you get over that vertical wall? How many degrees of rotation are needed to land on that upside-down ramp? The answer is intimacy with every nuance of a bike’s suspension and weight.

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