May 20

Jack Baker and 10 monsters are considered the strongest Resident Evil series


Resident Evil is one of the most famous horror action game franchises in the world. Currently, the video game series from Capcom has released the 8th part, Village and received many positive reviews for Ethan Winters’ journey.

The Resident Evil series is set in a dark setting about a world where zombies exist, thereby creating extremely dangerous monsters. Before Lady Dimitrescu, Giant Baby or Heisenberg, let’s review a series of monsters that are considered the strongest in Resident Evil!

  1. Zombie Dogs

Zombie Dogs are one of the dangerous creatures that emerged from Resident Evil 2. Zombie Dogs have since appeared in many sequels and live-action versions of Milla Jovovich. Players love its dangerous and wild cries every time they control the character into the streets of Raccoon City.

  1. Yawn

Yawn is a giant snake from the Arklay Laboratory. This is a monster with an unstable personality and does not hesitate to attack its prey as brutally as possible.

The name Yawn is also taken from the way it opens its mouth before attacking an opponent.

  1. Marguerite

Resident Evil 7 has recreated the feeling of horror with a cast of villains popping up and down from the shadows. It was the Baker family with a rather prominent name, Marguerite.

Only with the appearance, especially when fighting with Ethan Winters, has shown the fear of the name Marguerite. And this is one of those villains that is hard to beat right away, as she likes to attack stealthily.

  1. Nosferatu

Nosferatu is the main antagonist in the Resident Evil Code: Veronica game. He was formerly a human named Alexander Ashford, but turned into a monster after combining DNA and was imprisoned for 7 years. The physical structure makes Nosferatu a fearsome monster and can attack prey from many different directions.

  1. Chainsaw Man

Chainsaw Man is one of the miniboss appearing in Resident Evil 4 with the ability to withstand shotgun bullets and is extremely violent. Chainsaw Man is a fearsome character that moves very quickly and possesses more physicality than the average person.

  1. Mr. X

It is no exaggeration to say, Mr. X or T-00 is one of the most famous names in the Resident Evil series. He first appeared in Resident Evil 2 in 1998, when he was transported to Raccoon City.

It is very difficult to completely defeat Mr. X if it just attacks in the usual way, and the recent Resident Evil 2 Remake game also proves this detail. Mr. X was only really injured when he shot him in the face with a rocket launcher.

  1. Mendez

Mendez was first introduced in Resident Evil 4 and established himself as one of the toughest villains players have ever faced. Especially in the form of a monster, when he possesses terrifying physical strength and makes Leon many times miserable. Even if it is cut in half, it will not finish completely.

  1. The Nemesis

For those who love Resident Evil, especially the third game, The Nemesis is definitely a name not to be missed. This is one of the “nightmare” for the characters in Resident Evil, with a level of danger not inferior to Mr. X both.

The Nemesis possesses outstanding physical strength and can easily pick up a vehicle and throw it straight at the opponent.

  1. T-078

T-078 is a monster that appears in the two Resident Evil CODE titles: Veronica and Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles. In The Darkside Chronicles, T-078 proved to be such a tough opponent that Claire Redfield had to push the crate over to push him out of the plane.

But even a free fall at such a height would be difficult to finish off the name T-078.

  1. Jack Baker

In the end will be Jack Baker with terrifying resilience like T-078. It is this ability in the game that almost turns him into an immortal and is very difficult to finish with just one attack.

In addition, there is also the agility in movement and the ability to use weapons far more than ordinary people. He can also use part of his body that turns into a liquid form to make enemies have no way to escape.



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