7 Unlockable Characters That Weren't Worth the Hassle
We're not averse to putting in loads of effort for a worthwhile result, but we are dead against working our socks off for an insultingly shabby reward - as in the case of these unlockable game characters who were so much more hassle than they were worth.
Take Bayonetta's unlockable playable character Little King Zero, for instance.
Bayonetta is already a pretty challenging game, so imagine how much more 'fun' you could be having if you were playing as a character who was reduced to one hit point by every single attack in the game, regardless of how weak it was.
That's the situation in which you find yourself if you play Bayonetta as Zero, King of Little Devils, a demon who looks like Santa's skeleton trying to fight its way out of a garbage bag, and who costs you five million halos or the completion of the game's diamond-hard lost chapter Angel Slayer.
Or take Tofu from Resident Evil 2. Resident Evil 2 was full of great characters, from Leon Kennedy to Claire Redfield, to the unimaginably creepy police chief Brian Irons, to Sherry, the little girl who wouldn't stop running off.
Get six A ranks in a row in the main game, however, and you unlock a new character, called Tofu. Tofu is, as his name suggests, a six foot block of tofu with hands, whose campaign involved running around the sewers brandishing a knife.
Still a better character than Steve Burnside from Resident Evil: Code Veronica though. Eff that guy.
Previously on Outside Xbox: 7 Bizarre Guest Appearances That Took Characters Out of Their Comfort Zone