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Hardest things to do in videogames

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I would say turning off an addicting one is probably one of the hardest.

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Finding time to play them, at least for me.

When I did have time to play the God of War Challenge of the Gods were ridiculous.

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I bought Forza Horizon and drove my way to the final boss. After about 10 tries I realized it was impossible unless you just hope he wrecks.

And that was on automatic with asissts on.

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On the hardest difficulty, I killed all of the legionaries that you meet for the first time at Novac on Fallout New Vegas, at level 1 with fists only.

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I bought Forza Horizon and drove my way to the final boss. After about 10 tries I realized it was impossible unless you just hope he wrecks.

And that was on automatic with asissts on.

He was annoying, but I didn't find it overly challenging. Long ass race though....

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I'm going to add a new one.

Planning and executing a series of space missions to a planet with orbital docking manuvers and landing in Kerbal Space Program.

It's unbelievably difficult.

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the definition of clutch

Just for you, the same thing, one handed...

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I've never been able to best any Halo game on LASO. I feel like a novice now.

I think whoever said Ninja Gaiden wins, though.

And games have definitely become easier over the years. Get an atari emulator and try playing some old school games. Frustration will consume you.

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