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Monstrous Monsters

The most fascinating monsters - readers‘ choice

Monsters are, besides heroes, villains and women, some of the most important figures in video games. PC Games Hardware has launched a survey among readers to find the best monster - the results are quite surprising.
The best, ugliest, nastiest and most horrible video game monsters.
 
The best, ugliest, nastiest and most horrible video game monsters. [Source: view picture gallery]

Several days ago PC Games Hardware launched a poll among users of the German website. The goal was to find the most fascinating video game monster. All in all 583 registered users contributed the survey.

Monsters are an important part of many video games. The developers can use them to create shocking moments, an overall scary scenario or a personification of the pure evil. Some titles are almost unimaginable without monsters. Therefore PC Games Hardware was looking for the best, ugliest, horrible and nastiest monsters in video games ever. In our gallery you can find the places 20 to 1.

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Author: (Jul 29, 2010)






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AndynKrisN Re: The most fascinating monsters - readers‘ choice
Junior Member
28.09.2010 14:26
Brood mother in Dragon Age ( #8 pick) was indeed good, but the most fascinating "monster" was Flemeth, who is Morrigan's mother. Not in LOOKS but in actions. DA is by far the best game I have ever played in 20 years, and I've played them all. The expansion was okay, but sadly lacked the immersion of the original. Hope DA2 will be as good as 1.
Tunchy Re: The most fascinating monsters - readers‘ choice
Senior Member
30.07.2010 14:09
Patriarch is the uglies one (Killing Floor). And Flesh Pounder -from the same game- is cool too!

Very interesting report, as always, PCGH !
connos Re: The most fascinating monsters - readers? choic...
Senior Member
30.07.2010 08:54
Jericho had fascinating monsters.

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