[AwesomeExMachina brings us a list of game characters that often get overlooked...literally. -- JRo]
In these modern days of gaming, one thing has become ineffably clear; bigger equals better. Games keep dishing out characters, one bigger than the other. We’ve fought oversized crabs with weak-points just begging us to hit them and God of War brought us bosses so big, they were often the level itself. Massive alien creatures, giant disembodied hands, dragons the size of skyscrapers, and massive warships so daunting they make the Empire’s Eclipse cruiser look more like a Y-wing.
Here's a list of the greatest characters that clocked in a bit shorter than the rest. In order of awesome-ness and not size, here's the top 10 greatest tiny video game characters.
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