There's "defeating bosses" and there's "going out in a blaze of glory." Check out 10 bosses that go down in the most epic ways possible.
Capcom's action RPG franchise continues to post impressive numbers, with expansions Iceborne and Sunbreak also selling well.
For as good as these games are, they still have some pretty annoying flaws that are hard to ignore. Take a closer look here.
Whether it's chasing the meta, indulging in some in-game cheats, or pinging left and right, these things are just too hard to resist.
Whether it's leaving your team in search of solo glory, ignoring the objective or sliding without abandon, some multiplayer habits die hard.
Off the back of its recent PC release, Monster Hunter Rise sells 1.3 million additional units in the three month period ending March 31st, 2022.
Unfortunately, regardless of the pain they dish out or how interesting of a challenge it would be, these video game bosses can't be fought.
From turning everything to ash to crashing down with incredible force, these dragons made life tough for even the strongest players.
Monster Hunter World managed has hit 17.8 million units sold while Monster Hunter Stories 2 is at 1.4 million units sold as of December 31st 2021 .
Shipments and digital sales of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Master Edition, which includes the base game and Iceborne, are also included.
Just when you thought you were out, these games pulled you back in with new modes, extra content and "true" endings to unlock.
These bosses have multiple ways to pummel their foes and just when you think it ends with one form, a crazy transformation awaits.
Forget just having difficult bosses - the regular enemies in these titles will give you a hard time, to say nothing of their mechanics.
Meanwhile, Monster Hunter World: Iceborne has also continued to sell well, currently standing at 8.2 million units sold.
Meanwhile, Resident Evil 2 is at 8.1 million, and Resident Evil 3 is at 4 million.
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne also contributed to the company's revenue.
The platform holder had a big hand in the game's development.
Monster Hunter World and Iceborne have collectively sold over 24 million units.
Strong sales for Resident Evil 3 and Monster Hunter World: Iceborne contributed to the growth.
Continued sales of Monster Hunter World have also helped the company.