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Worst characters in gaming

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Who are yours?

3.)Tidus - FFX - he starts out very self absorbed pouting about his issues while a lot of people around him are having a much more serious problems to deal with, he eventually becomes tolerable and likeable to some extent as the game goes on, but overall he annoyed the hell out of me

2.)Leo - Zone of the enders - like Tidus the dude whines too much, except this time he never becomes likable.

1.) Raiden - MGS2 - whiny pain in the ass character that through the entire game you just want to play as snake. seriously wtf? at least they redeem him in the later games

I will add more as i think of them

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Yun & yang from street fighter 4. They are gay and broken.

Wut?

Yun is mid tier, Yang is low tier. If you're getting bodied by Yun and Yang, you're just bad at the game.

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Markinson was a giant asshole throughout the first Syphon Filter. Of course he's the one that makes the big swerve at the end, and you don't even get to kill him because Rhoemer shoots him in the head.

Didn't like the boss fight at the end very much. You have to gas Rhoemer instead of engaging in a shoot and cover firefight. Also he has an M79 he can shoot anywhere and not get hurt which kills you in one shot so it's kinda cheap.

Great game, iffy ending

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Wut?

Yun is mid tier, Yang is low tier. If you're getting bodied by Yun and Yang, you're just bad at the game.

Im talking about ssf4ac when it 1st came out Yun was almost as difficult as he was on 3. with yang not 2 far behind.

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