Top 5 Mightiest Video Game Gods – Welcome to the article guys In this article we are talking about “Top 5 Mightiest Video Game Gods” If you are interested in video games and if have played some modern titled games then you probably know about them. So, without any further delay, Let’s start
Top 5 Mightiest Video Game Gods –
1) Raiden –
Raiden from Mortal Kombat series and he is also known as the ” Thunder God ” of the game. He was appointed as to protector of Earth. When Earthrealm was young, Raiden was its protector. He fought the rogue Elder God Shinnok, who wished to overthrow his fellow gods, in a war that threatened to destroy Earthrealm itself. One of the casualties of the war was the Saurian civilization (of which Reptile is a descendant), forcing the remaining survivors to emigrate to another world, which they named Zaterra. With the aid of the Elder Gods, Raiden managed to defeat Shinnok, then banished him to the Netherealm and secured Shinnok’s amulet of power in a secret location—a Temple of the Elements tucked away in the highest mountains of Nepal. Raiden charged four gods with guarding the amulet—the gods of Wind (Fujin), Fire, Earth, and Water. When the elder Sub-Zero stole Shinnok’s amulet from the temple for Quan Chi millions of years later, Raiden appeared before the Lin Kuei warrior and instructed him to enter the Netherealm and steal it back, lest Shinnok use it to free himself. Raiden could not retrieve it himself as his powers would dissipate in the Netherealm. Sub-Zero’s mission into the Netherealm was a success and Shinnok was, at a time, no longer a threat. Though it was later revealed that the sorcerer Quan Chi had given Sub Zero a false amulet, Raiden never realized the counterfeit and Quan Chi would remain in possession of the true amulet for years.
2) Kratos –
Kratos of God Of War, You probably know him, This game was based on Greek Mythology. It had first appeared on 2005. In the series, Kratos embarks on a series of adventures in attempts to avert disaster or to change his fate. He is usually portrayed as being oblivious to all else, often engaging in morally ambiguous activities and performing acts of extreme violence. He is a Spartan warrior who becomes the “Ghost of Sparta” after accidentally killing his family on behalf of Ares’ trickery. He becomes the God of War after killing Ares and is eventually revealed to be a demigod and the son of Zeus, who betrays Kratos. Each adventure forms part of a saga with vengeance as a central theme, providing additional information about Kratos’ origins and his relationships with his family and the gods.
3) Asura –
Asura from Asura’s Wrath, Asura’s Wrath is basically a beat em up game which was developed by CyberConnet2 and released by Capcom. It released worldwide in 2012. the game follows the title character, the demigod Asura as he seeks revenge on the pantheon of other demigods who betrayed him. The story is presented in the style and format of an episodic series of cinematic scenes, including opening and closing credits, with the gameplay being integrated into the cinematic where players switch between third-person combat and interactive sequences with player input in the form of quick-time event button prompts. Because of its unique style, the game has been described in the media as an “interactive anime”. According to the game’s producer Kazuhiro Tsuchiya, Asura’s Wrath takes elements from Hinduism and Buddhism and blends them with science fiction, with the main character based on the ever-combative and superiority-seeking beings of the same name that is part of the Hindu and Buddhist cosmology.
4) Dormin –
Dormin from Shadow of Colossus, Dormin communicates with Wander both through a large sunlit aperture in the ceiling of the Shrine of Worship, and during colossus, battles will provide Wander with occasional hints if he is having difficulty. Dormin is a mysterious shadowed entity who is the apparent main antagonist of Shadow of the Colossus. You play as him briefly at the end, but do not fight him (which for this game is extremely ironic, as it is structured entirely around large boss fights). Instead, you must try and delay Lord Emon and his soldiers from escaping and trapping Dormin again, though it is inevitable that Dormin will be trapped by Lord Emon.
5) Sheogorath –
Sheogorath from The Elder Scrolls series, He is sometimes referred to as the Mad Star, the Mad Lord, the Mad One, and the Mad God among other things. His realm, best known as the Shivering Isles, has also been called the Madhouse. It’s believed that those who go there lose their sanity forever. Of course, only the Mad God himself may decide who has the privilege to enter. Legends of Sheogorath abound. New Sheoth, the divided capital of the Shivering Isles, is said to have been founded at his whim. Myths of Sheogorath is an anthology of tales: “Sheogorath Invents Music” (from the body parts of a young woman), “Sheogorath and King Lyandir” (who was killed by his deranged son after his entire kingdom fell to madness), and “The Contest of Wills” (which Sheogorath wins without even trying). Fall of Vitharn tells the tale of a Count in the Shivering Isles who disrespected Sheogorath, and who Sheogorath rewarded with an overabundance of madness in his family, leading to their demise. 16 Accords of Madness are stories of Sheogorath’s encounters and inevitable triumphs over other Daedric Princes, such as besting Hircine in a duel of champion beasts (by letting Hircine’s beast run itself to death), winning a wager with Vaermina (by doing nothing), and claiming the soul of an Orc who had murdered one of his followers (by letting Malacath do the work and kill the Orc, who turned out to be Malacath’s own son). The general theme is that he lets his opponents defeat themselves, remaining impervious and yet doing relatively little unless he’s in about of (often violent) creativity.