Capcom’s Resident Evil franchise has produced some of the vilest creatures ever seen in a video game. From gigantic bugs dripping liquid to unyielding psychos brandishing chainsaws, here are nine of the most horrible enemies the series has ever produced.
When people think of Resident Evil, they think of the heroic warriors like Chris Redfield, Leon Kennedy, Jill Valentine… the ones who get business taken care of. They also think of the heinous villains such as Albert Wesker, Nemesis, Mr.X… the ones who are out to unleash evil.
Today, we want to hover the magnifying glass over the enemies that reoccur throughout Resident Evil games – sometimes across multiple titles. We’re not looking at the one-off bosses or sub-bosses that give you a temporary headache.
This is our official ranking of the nine most horrible enemies seen during Resident Evil games ranked from worst to best.
9. Crimson Head – Resident Evil 1
A tame but terrifying entry to kick off this list. The Crimson Heads aren’t as imposing and brutish as other enemies here, but they tick many boxes for being horrible.
Unlike the regular zombies you’ve encountered to this point, the Crimson Head is faster, stronger, and is certain to cause you bother. Worse still, if you don’t have explosive or flammable items, then you won’t be able to put them down for good – allowing them to bite back once more.
8. Hunter – Resident Evil 1
One of the first real, regular tests in Capcom’s Resident Evil games has to be the fearsome Hunter. A big, tanky-like lizard-human that can pounce to close the gap very quickly.
Their unbelievable strength combines nicely with their claws to deliver devastating blows to your characters. If that wasn’t bad enough, it’s green, scaly body is an unsettling sight to endure as well.
7. Garrador – Resident Evil 4
This dude is horrible. The worst part is that unlike the dogs in the original Resident Evil game, you can already see the Garrador before he triggers and tries to turn you into a beef patty.
Their painfully slow, methodical movement is as jarring as it gets as they play off of sound. So as long as you’re quiet, you could easily walk around this murderous maniac with ease. But upset him, and you’re prone to his lightning-quick charge and follow-up Wolverine claw barrage.
6. Drain Deimos – Resident Evil 3 Remake
It makes us nauseous just thinking about these revulsive creatures, but if that’s what Capcom was going for then it worked to perfection.
When Jill first encounters one in the Resident Evil 3 Remake, she is violated by its powerful arms as it force-feeds a parasite down her throat. The idea of this is repugnant, but it adds so much more tension and anxiety as you fear one of them getting a hold of you to do it again.
5. Executioner Manjini – Resident Evil 5
Resident Evil 5 certainly gives you the most hostile welcome imaginable by starting off the game with Chris and Sheva holed up in a contained area, being hounded by Manjini. Then out of nowhere, the big fence separating you from freedom is torn down by this large presence.
His body being showered with blood and sharp things sticking into him his bad enough, but slowly being chased by a menacing giant wielding the world’s biggest weapon is something else. His mobility hinders his scariness, but if he gets to close, then you might want to scarper pronto.
4. Chainsaw Guy – Resident Evil 4
A fan-favorite enemy for many reasons: the shirt and braces, the straw mask, and of course, that death animation. It’s not often a character is lauded for its brutal execution of the player’s character, but Chainsaw Guy comfortably merits these plaudits.
The sound of that chainsaw whirring for the first time is something that you don’t ever forget. His appearance isn’t outwardly grotesque like other enemies, but there’s an unmistakable sense of fear whenever one gets too closer for comfort.
An honorable mention does go to Resident Evil 5’s Manjini version, but there’s nothing quite like the original in this case.
3. Reaper – Resident Evil 5
The fact that Reapers are only normal enemies is insane. These deadly bugs absolutely dwarf Chris and Sheva and they come prepared with two sets of razor-sharp pincers that can puncture any number of holes in you.
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What’s worse is that when it moves towards you it can mask its presence using a weird mist. This causes some annoying depth perception issues and it can actually be a lot closer than it appears. If a Reaper manages to grab you, then enjoy your instant death.
2. Regenerator/Iron Maiden – Resident Evil 4
The Regenerators and Iron Maidens could easily have been number one on our list because we can’t think of one thing we don’t dislike about them.
Is it the chilling piece of music that echoes and sounds like someone struggling to breathe when they appear? Is it the sinister grinning face of the Regenerator that makes you want to cower, or the mangled wreckage that is the Iron Maiden’s face? The fact they can keep coming back if not dealt with properly? Or their ability to take damage, and still pounce at you to inflict damage?
We’ve copped out slightly by including both, but they are both very similar enemy-types with the Iron Maiden differing thanks to its spikey body attack. We hate them…equally.
1. Licker – Resident Evil 2 Remake
The most horrible enemy award in Resident Evil has to go to the Lickers because quite frankly, they’re hideous, unpleasant, and legitimately terrifying. Like the Garrador, Lickers are completely blind as an exposed brain occupies the entire top half of their head.
Their Resident Evil 2 Remake appearance helps to scoop the award as the technology has allowed them to achieve their maximum potential. Oodles of goo dripping from their enormous tongue is one thing, but their ability to go from silent predator to deadly hunter in seconds is stressful.
Their look is grotesque, they can cause big damage, they can hide away in the open, and there’s a reason they’ve appeared in multiple Resident Evil games.
We hope you enjoyed our list, don’t forget to check out every Resident Evil game ranked from worst to best and the top Resident Evil Villains ranked from worst to best.
Image credits: Capcom
Fortnite Week 6 location challenge: Fancy View, Rainbow Rentals & Lockie’s Lighthouse
You’ll have to visit Fancy View, Rainbow Rentals and Lockie’s Lighthouse for a Fortnite week 6 challenge, and here’s where you can find them.
One of the Epic Quests in Week 6 of Fortnite Season 6 requires you to visit Fancy View, Rainbow Rentals, and Lockie’s Lighthouse. We’ll go over each of these locations on the battle royale’s map.
One of these challenges requires you to visit Fancy View, Rainbow Rentals, and Lockie’s Lighthouse. We’ll help make things a little easier by marking these locations on the map, so that you can complete this Epic Quest.
Where to find Fancy View, Rainbow Rentals, & Lockie’s Lighthouse in Fortnite
The good news is that these landmarks aren’t particularly difficult to find if you know where to look on Fortnite Island. All of these are easily identifiable once you spot them, and two of them are fairly close to each other.
We’ve marked each of these locations on Fortnite’s map below:
Lockie’s Lighthouse is the easiest of these locations to find. It’s on its own little island in the Northern section of the map, right between Stealthy Stronghold and Craggy Cliffs. You’ll find it extremely difficult to miss.
As the name implies, Fancy View is a nice-looking house by the coast just northwest of Holly Hedges. If you head inside then you’ll find a ton of Rocket League merchandise lying around, so just stick to the road until you get there.
Finally, Rainbow Rentals is on the west coast of the Island and consists of five colorful huts on the beach. You can easily rotate there from Holly Hedges since it’s directly southwest of that area.
That covers all the locations of the landmarks that you have you have to visit in order to complete the Week 6 challenge. As with other Epic Quests, completing this challenge will award you 24,000 XP.
You can try completing the rest of the Epic Quests as well if you want to progress through the Battle Pass faster. There’s also a Legendary Quest that’s available for a limited time period, so be sure to hop to it.
Image Credits: Epic Games
How to get the GTA Online Green Space Horror Suit
GTA Online players now have the chance to add the unique Green Space Horror Suit to their wardrobe thanks to the game’s latest celebration.
Rockstar is always adding items like outfits to the world of GTA Online, and the Green Space Horror Suit is a new addition that will certainly turn some heads when you walk around in it. Here’s how you can get it.
It’s common to see players wearing some extremely unique pieces of clothing while making money or causing mayhem around Los Santos. Many of these odd items come from the various celebration events that occur throughout the year.
4/20 is the latest celebration event taking place in the world of GTA Online, and has a host of different rewards that you can acquire by logging on. This includes a Green Space Horror Suit that will put an interesting spin on your wardrobe.
How to get free GTA Online 4/20 gifts & items
If you’re interested in acquiring this piece of clothing, then you will need to log on to GTA Online on April 20, 2021. When the celebrations start, you’ll have a chance to get your hands on the item by visiting an in-game clothing shop.
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Here’s how you can get the Green Space Horror Suit:
- Log into GTA Online on April 20
- Visit a clothing store for the Green Space Horror Suit
- Complete the purchase and enjoy your reward!
These clothing stores include Binco, Suburban, and Posenbys. It doesn’t matter which one you visit, as you will get the Green Space Horror Suit by purchasing it on this specific date.
Unfortunately, you’ll only be able to get this interesting piece of clothing on 4/20, so make sure to play sometime today if you don’t want to miss out and wait for this item to become available again in the future.
Additionally, you can also get a High Flyer Parachute Bag by visiting Ammu-Nation and free tire smoke by going to Los Santos Customs during the 4/20 celebration. So, be sure to visit those after acquiring this piece of clothing.
With your Green Space Horror Suit in hand, you can now visit all of the treasure hunt locations in the popular multiplayer game or claim all of the exciting Prime Gaming Rewards available for the title during April.
Image Credits: Rockstar Games
10 Best Drift Cars in GTA Online
Players who want to show off how talented they are at drifting will want to use the best drift cars that GTA Online has to offer.
GTA Online has a vast array of the best cars that players can use to traverse Los Santos at incredible speeds and get into all sorts of trouble when driving, especially when it comes to wanting to drift.
It doesn’t get much better than speeding down a road and executing some exciting drifting to get the blood pumping and show off for any other players who may be watching the skilled driving display you are putting on.
Thanks to some drifting tests and displays from YouTuber StevieWunderkid, here are the 10 best drift cars in GTA Online.
Best Drift Cars in GTA Online
10. Karin Futo
Players will find that the Karin Futo is the best bang for their buck when it comes to having strong drifting capabilities without breaking the bank on a new set of wheels.
It’s one of the easier GTA online drifting cars to learn how to use, which means it’s perfect for beginners looking to hone their skills and can be bought at Southern San Andreas Super Autos.
9. Vulcar Nebula Turbo
The Vulcar Nebula Turbo is another underrated drift car in the world of GTA Online and is a low-skill level vehicle for players to try out drifting at lower speeds, but will not hold up so well when drifting at higher speeds.
You can find the Vulcar Nebula Turbo with the Karin Futo at Southern San Andreas Super Autos.
8. Declasse Drift Yosemite
We now get to the first truck on the list with the Declasse Drift Yosemite. This muscle vehicle can also be purchased at Southern San Andreas Super Autos and is similar to the Karin Futo and Vulcar Nebula Turbo in that it excels at drifting at lower speeds.
However, it performs much better than the previous two GTA Online drift cars at higher speeds, so players looking for not too high-skill-level drifting vehicles that can perform when going fast will be happy with the Declasse Drift Yosemite.
7. Vapid Imperator
Our next vehicle is the Vapid Imperator, and it will burn a bigger hole in your GTA Online wallet than the previous cars on this list when you go to the Arena War website to purchase this set of wheels.
However, this higher price will provide you with much more power and very smooth handling that will allow any player to flying around corners like an expert drifter.
6. Schyster Fusilade
Power is the name of the game for the Schyster Fusilade, especially when it comes to the price of this vehicle compared to others that provide the same level of drifting capability. It is not the best for lower-skilled drifters and would be better suited for those who have had some time perfecting this craft.
If the Schyster Fusilade is calling your name, you can try and find it on the streets of Los Santos or visit Southern San Andreas Super Autos to add it to your collection.
5. Willard Faction
It is hard to find a better-looking vehicle than a traditional muscle car, and the Willard Faction provides this signature look with some impressive drifting capabilities. Its heavier frame allows players to excel in pulling off longer slides that will undoubtedly go well in any highlight video.
Benny’s Original Motor Works is the place to go if you are looking to secure the Willard Faction and see why it is one of the best GTA Online drifting cars.
4. Benefactor Schwartzer
Those looking to snag a high-quality drifting car for cheap should look no further than the Benefactor Schwartzer, as this sports car combines affordability with power and smoothness that vehicles in a similar price range do not possess.
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The streets of Los Santos or Southern San Andreas Super Autos are the places to look if you are looking to check out and purchase the Benefactor Schwartzer.
3. Bravado Redwood Gauntlet
Having a light frame allows the Bravado Redwood Gauntlet to shine when it comes to performing high-level drifting. This light amount of weight may cause some headaches when it comes to getting used to it, but some practice will have you flying around corners with precision.
Returning players can get the Bravado Redwood Gauntlet for free, and it is also available for purchase at Southern San Andreas Super Autos.
2. Bravado Banshee 900R
One of the most used and best drifting vehicles that players can get their hands in the popular Rockstar Games title is the Bravado Banshee 900R. Its insane power allows it to drift exceptionally well at top speeds, but its combination of performing drifting maneuvers at even low speeds makes the Bravado Banshee 900R one of the top choices for drifters.
Benny’s Original Motor Works is where you will need to make your way to if you want to get this vehicle at its highest drifting potential.
1. Dewbauchee Rapid GT
Balance makes the Dewbauchee Rapid GT what many consider to be the best of the best for drifting vehicles. Its more stable power compared to the Bravado Banshee 900r allows players to have much more control than the previous vehicle on this list, which can sometimes get out of control when you compare it to the Dewbauchee Rapid GT.
The Dewbauchee Rapid GT can be purchased at Legendary Motorsport for not too much money when you consider the top-of-the-line drifting capabilities that you are getting for the price tag.
Be sure to stay tuned to Charlie Intel for more news and guides for the adrenaline-fueled world of GTA.
Image Credits: Rockstar Games / GTA Wiki
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