Top 10 scene-stealing video game villains

We rate the biggest show-stealing villains in gaming

7. Alma – F.E.A.R. series

Shamelessly taking a cue from the creepy girl in The Ring and vomit girl from The Sixth Sense, Alma is the vengeful – and unfortunately, psychic – villainess of the F.E.A.R. series.

She manifests herself in three forms: Creepy girl in red dress, naked emaciated woman or healthy naked woman. All of those forms are bone-chilling when they appear in-game as Alma conjures up a storm of nightmarish images scary enough to make you want to turn off your computer/console and crawl under a doona, rock back and forth crying “No more!”.

It gets worse after you find out she’s actually the protagonist’s mummy. And if she didn’t make an impression in the first F.E.A.R., she sure made a memorable return in the sequel when she rapes Michael Becket, the playable character, when he’s strapped to a chair and makes him father her child. Enough said.

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