Reminiscence about those legendary evildoers you love to hate
Vaas gives good crazy like no one else. Actor Michael Mando - who has since gone on to shine in Better Call Saul - gives an electrifying speech about insanity that was inspired by Einstein.
A rare villain who both commands our fear and demands our respect. This monologue-loving despot saw his dreams for Rapture crumble, yet he's one of the most complex characters in games.
A deliciously campy bad guy known for superhuman strength, and a sexy pair of sunglasses. He's one of Resi's most cartoonish adversaries, but you can't help but love his unbridled megalomania.
Ganon's strength is his mutability. Somewhere between taking over Hyrule as a Gerudo king in Ocarina of Time and haunting the castle as Calamity Ganon in BotW, it became clear Ganon isn't meant to be a single, defined character.
Being a Nazi automatically ensures you're the actual worst and deserve to go straight to the Bad Place. Yet somehow, this abhorrent evildoer manages to be the most monstrous character in a game that features Hitler.
In terms of sheer staying power, nobody beats Bowser. The King Koopa has been a thorn in Mario's side almost as long as games have existed, and he's almost always the reason for trouble in the Mushroom Kingdom.
A one-eyed robot who loves extra snarky, autotuned commentary. Her constant putdowns and delicious barbs throughout both Portal and its sequel make GLaDOS the best villain in games.
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