10 Video Game Villains You Completely Humiliated

For when simple defeat isn't enough.

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Humiliation is quite a common, if unpleasant emotion in this day and age.

Getting called out for the simple crimes of liking the 2005 Doom movie, or getting the pronunciation of Darkseid wrong (hey, we've all called him Darkseed) will likely illicit a wave of people pointing and laughing - and when it comes to video games, no developer, publisher or character is safe from a good roasting.

Time and again, video game villains will attempt to make you the laughing stock of the digital realm, because what else have they got to do other than dick on you in their spare time? Get a hobby, dude.

Killing your friends, pushing you off cliffs and taunting you to your wits end is enough reason to seek vengeance, but the games on this list offer something more.

They let you go beyond revenge. They let you HUMILIATE your enemies - oh yes they do - to finally get one over on those bastards that have sent you packing red-faced and shamed too many times to count.

These are the games that let you get sweet, sweet revenge. Two wrongs might not make a right, but sometimes it can feel pretty damn good.

10. Kamoshida - Persona 5

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Technically, it would be easy to put ANY of the bosses on this list from Persona 5, as the entire concept of this game is about making people confess to their horrible crimes - and horrible really is the key word. However, it's opening boss Kamoshida who takes the crown; wielding his authority as a Volleyball coach to manipulate his students, overwork his team, and hog all the glory in the process.

This all pales in comparison to his actions towards female students as it’s revealed that not only does he harass Ann and aim to make her his obedient sex slave (as shown through his internal representation of Princess Ann within his palace), but it’s also implied that the sexually violated one of Ann’s friends Shiho which led to her attempting to commit suicide.

He’s a piece of work, right?

Well don’t worry, because after you utterly destroy his internal representation within the Palace, he will publicly confess to his crimes, acknowledge his actions and then be taken away.

It doesn’t undo the damage, but it stops it - and his career is over.

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