Enemies make shooters what they. While guns are equally essential, without targets to shoot there would be no point. Well duh. But that doesn’t mean thats games need fill their levels to the brim with bullet sponges. While most games seem to stick rigidly to the pop in and out of cover mechanic, some developers have been starting to get rather inventive with the foes in their games. Whether they have brilliant AI, unpredictable tendencies, react to your shots realistically or are simply great fun to fight, some enemies are more fun to put down than others. And few more so than these, our selection of the best bad, Games Thirst’s top 5 game enemies.
Haven’t you heard? The world’s supposed to come to screeching halt tomorrow, so I hope you’ve said your prayers. Yes indeed, things will come crashing down, pandemonium all over the world. Chaos!
The first Bioshock came on the scene with awesome surprise – and was chosen for GoTY by many outlets. A surprise hit that many a publisher had turned down according to creator Ken Levine, one that’s now 2K Games most profitable title to date.
Irrational Games boss and Bioshock creator, Ken Levine, has said that if you want to know where the industry’s headed in terms of innovation, consoles wouldn’t give you a clear picture, but surely the PC will.
And we here at Games Thirst tend to agree, don’t we troops? Yes yes. I mean, why all the rage, the cussing – the disaster that’s fanboyism?