Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare bringing us into future territory once again, which is a tad too reminiscent of last year’s Black Ops 3, the PlayStation LifeStyle staff decided to take a stab at what Call of Duty game we want to see next year.
If you’re thinking we want to see “boots on the ground” gameplay, then you’re not entirely wrong; but there’s a lot more we want to see from the franchise, which, when implemented, could really shake things up.
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Video Game Presidents
10 Best Video Game Presidents
There isn't much from
that is memorable for the right reasons, but Leon's campaign starts off with a pretty cool scene as he witnesses the president, Adam Benford, turn into a zombie. This leads to Leon killing Adam's reanimated corpse, and joining the small group of people that can say they killed the commander-in-chief. We may not know a ton about Benford, but he sure went out with a bang. Resident Evil 6
has always featured novelty teams, and few are funnier than the Presidential teams. While the 2010 edition of the series had more recent presidents such as Bush and Obama in it, Bill Clinton will always be associated with the game due to him serving while the game reached its peak popularity in the 90s. NBA Jam
Howard T. Ackerman
Why is Command
& Conquer: Red Alert 3's president so good? I'll let this quote from Howard T. Ackerman speak for itself. "Political attack ads? I don't think we need them. Sure, you can attack me on T.V. but would you attack me in person? I say 'bring it on.' I got a steel cage in my basement and we can go toe to toe whenever. You can twist my words, but I'll twist that knee until it pops! Vote for me if you want to live."
While I may have skipped this chapter in the book since I don't recall seeing honest Abe in
Fight Club, there's no denying that he appeared in the poorly done video game tie-in. While the game he's in isn't worth your time, it's still undeniably awesome to see Abraham Lincoln in an underground club. Who knew he was such a talented bare-knuckle brawler?
Destroy All Humans' President Huffman may have died for his country, but his brain lives on. In fact, his brain is used to control Robo-Prez, a giant mech equipped with homing missiles. That's not a president that I would vote against!
Sam & Max series made its triumphant return in 2006's Sam & Max Save the World. In the episodic series, Max is eventually elected president after quite the misadventure. I probably would've elected Sam instead, but I can't argue with the choice.
may not have the most memorable story, but it does have some compelling imagery. Without going into spoiler territory, one of the game's most iconic scenes features the female president. It's definitely a scene that sticks with the player, even if the action takes precedent over the story here. Vanquish
Personally, I can't think of a cooler president than Solidus Snake. The eyepatch wearing villain from
Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty is one of Big Boss' clones, and offers up an awesome final boss fight against the player.
manages to be even more ridiculous than its predecessors. This starts from the very beginning as it's revealed that the player is actually the United States' president. Things only get even more silly from there after an alien invasion shakes things up, but the opening sequence is certainly one of the game's many highlights. Saints Row IV
Vice President of the World
While the star of
might not actually be a full-fledged president, he is the vice president of the entire world. That has to carry some weight, more than leading just one puny country. Either way, the vice president is a likable momma's boy who becomes an unlikely hero. Citizens of Earth