The Most Dangerous Grenades in Games
It's finally Jersday! In a few hours we get to witness what most may consider the downfall of society. If you take a step back and look past the drunken debauchery and late night hookups, you will see that Jersey Shore teaches us valuable lessons in gaming.
We take a break from all the
GTL Gamescom news to bring you some trashy fun. It's time to sound the grenade horn, because we are bringing you some of the most deadly, powerful, and downright embarrassing grenades in gaming history. In no particular order, here's the grenades you should stay away from.
**Note: This list should be read with a glass of Ron Ron Juice in your hand for the full effect**
Plasma Grenade - HaloGetting stuck with a plasma grenade in Halo is like getting stuck in the face by Ronnie on the boardwalk. 1 hit, son. That's all it takes for this grenade to knock you out of the game.
Flashbang - Call of DutyThe Call of Duty flashbang is described as a "device that blinds and deafens the target when detonated." That sounds awfully similar to the effects of clubbing at the Jersey Shore. The temporary blindness of the flashbang lasts just long enough for you to make a bad decision, similar to alcohol. The "ringing" sound it leaves after you've been hit with it is reminiscent of the ringing in your ears after a night of fist pumping at the club. Being struck by a flashbang will end in the same way as a night of clubbing: in your demise.
Bolo Grenade - Gears of War 3Nothing is more embarrassing than hooking up with a grenade. In Gears of War 3, you'd like to avoid that as well. Gears of War 3, and the Bolo Grenade, teaches you the importance of having a wing-man to watch your back and
Proximity Mine - 007 GoldeneyeTechnically, this isn't a grenade, but Jersey Shore has shown us that landmines can be just as dangerous. Just because
Semtex - Call of DutyThe semtex is
Learn from the mistakes of a few, and heed the warnings shown in Jersey Shore.