Think of the hardest game you have ever played. Do you remember what level was the worst? Which of them took too many attempts to walk it through? Statistic says that most of the gamers usually name at least one of those five games listed below.
They have caused too many emotional moments and even a few months of therapy for some players. If I could do something to them – I would proclaim those devilish creations above the law and erased all copies. But as I have no power for that I will provide you with short instructions on how to complete the hardest gaming levels in history.
Goldeneye007 – Aztec (00-Agent)
This game was launched after the tremendous success of another James Bond movie. All boys wanted to be just like Agent 007. I was just one of them. Remember the day when I rushed for this amazing game to a local store. Completing mission by mission I got to this one. It was a complete disappointment. Every time I was murder right around the corner. I wish I had this video years ago:
Diablo II: Lord of Destruction – Baal
This game I loved with all my heart and never was tired of playing but for the time I finally reached the last boss – Baal. He was found in the Throne of Destruction deep within Mount Arreat. I caught up with him just as I was about to enter The Worldstone Chamber, and Baal summons five waves of monsters to stop the player. Once the room is clear of monsters, Baal will enter the Worldstone Chamber.
I will never forget that feeling of absolute horror and disappointment. Only after hundreds of tries, I managed to kill him.
Water Temple – The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
This level is difficult due to constant location change – in water, out of the water and so on. It is too hard to find the right way and the thing is – players have to change their shoes every minute, depending on where they are. Players feel as if they are stuck in a weird labyrinth. It takes about an hour of time to walk it through, but 10 minutes are enough to realize what it’s all about.
World of Warcraft – boss C’Thun
The story of C’Thun is a story of how a WoW boss drove raiders to madness. In 2006, World of Warcraft players spent 80 days trying to defeat the undefeatable Old God C’Thun. 80 days spent in raids to find this guy and kick his ass. His granddad Cthulhu can be proud of his offspring.
Gamers were desperate – no matter what they did – this beast didn’t want to die. Finally, they managed to find his weak point. Ready to see how that was?
Call of Duty – Mile High Club on Veteran
“Mile High Club” is a bonus campaign level of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare; this epilogue mission is unrelated to the storyline of the game’s campaign. To play the bonus mission, the player must complete the mission “Game Over” and watch the credits until the end, or quit the credits and go to the Mission Select menu or this level can be unlocked by a cheat-code.