To move these monsters, you’ll need more than just faith.
Video games often let us live out our deepest desires for power by letting players easily defeat enemies with a flurry of quick cuts, hard punches, and a variety of explosive weapons. Usually, when you’re at your strongest, a game will throw you a huge monster that blows your mind, making you forget all about how strong you are.
When you’re trying to kill one of these huge monsters, you have to think hard to find a way to do it. When you finally figure everything out, it’s very satisfying to take on the challenge and beat some of these huge monsters in video games.
Horizon Forbidden West – Thunderjaw
Even though Thunderjaw is “only” 78 feet long and 30 feet tall, he is one of the biggest towering machines in both Horizon games. He is also one of the most powerful. Compared to the other monsters on this list, it may not be as big, but it more than makes up for it with its massive firepower and terrifying attack patterns.
It’s scary to see this huge mechanical beast roaming the open plains, and you’ll need to make sure you’re well-equipped to kill one of them. You’ll need Aloy’s good hunting skills and a wide range of powerful weapons to target the Thunderjaw’s weak spots, kill it, and take its scraps.
Dead Space – Leviathan
In the first Dead Space game, the Leviathan is about 82 feet tall. Its exact length is unknown, but based on the fact that it weighs 10,000 tons, we can guess that it is a pretty big beast.
The Leviathan most likely crashed into the Ishimura from the depths of space. Its final resting place was in the ship’s food storage area. It got so big because it ate all the extra food on the ship and any poor people who happened to stumble upon it. The result was a disgustingly huge mass of organic matter that liked to eat everything in its way, until Isaac finally put an end to its sad reign of terror.
Mass Effect Series – Thresher Maws
One of the most feared things in the Mass Effect series is the Thresher Maw. These monsters live underground and are 295 feet long. They spend their whole lives looking for food and hunting. There’s a good chance that you could be their next meal.
Shepard will only ever see 100 feet of this thing when he sees it in the wild, because the rest of its body is hidden below the surface. It’s a good thing, too, because the things that are already there are a lot. In addition to trying to eat you whole, they swipe at you with their two huge clawed arms and spit corrosive acid that can easily break through your N7 armor.
Shadow Of The Colossus – Malus
In Shadow of the Colossus, Malus isn’t the biggest colossus, but he sure is the scariest. At 157 feet tall, he is by far the tallest, heaviest, and widest behemoth, even though there are longer colossi in Happy Wheels game.
As the last colossus at the end of a wild ride, Malus is big and impressive, just as it should be. He is so tall that, if he stood up straight, he could look right into the face of Big Ben. He is only six feet taller than the Statue of Liberty. You can thank us later if you use that one at your next trivia night.
Elden Ring – Greyoll
In typical FromSoftware style, Elden Ring‘s many scary giant trolls, rotting corpses that walk around, and roaming wraiths are all suitably scary. When you meet these creatures in the Lands Between, they will give you quite a scare. However, nothing will scare you as much as running into the legendary Greyoll Elder Dragon in the region of Caelid.
Greyoll is by far the biggest creature in all of Elden Ring. It is 280 feet tall and has wings that are 850 feet long. At first, you might think you’re in for the fight of your life, but he’s actually very calm and easy to get rid of if you take your time. If you do this, you’ll get a lot of runes that you can spend as you like.
Lost Planet 2 – Red Eye
In Lost Planet 2, which is all about fighting big bosses, there are a lot of big monsters fighting for the top spot. Red Eye, a huge animal that looks like a worm and is more than 980 feet long and lives underground, is the clear winner.
When it comes up for air, you’ll see a lot of scary little red eyes on its jaw that are just begging to be shot with an automatic gun. You may also notice that its disgusting body is covered with hundreds of spikes. This is a cool little feature that helps it move underground very quickly. The second time you meet the beast, it’s so fast that it can keep up with you on a moving train. There’s a rail gun nearby that will make quick work of it.
Monster Hunter Frontier – Laviente
Capcom’s Monster Hunter series is all about hunting the biggest and baddest monsters in the world, so there are a lot of terrifyingly big monsters in it. Even though there is some disagreement about which one is the biggest, Monster Hunter Frontier’s Laviente is the clear winner.
Most likely, this amazing snake-like beast is a ridiculous 1,475 feet long. When he crashes into the ground, he’ll use his size to his advantage and send a bunch of deadly flying rocks your way. If that wasn’t enough to ruin your day, he’ll also bury himself underground and start a series of earth-shattering volcanic eruptions to do it.
Final Fantasy X – Sin
It’s hard to say how big Sin is in Final Fantasy X, but you can be sure… Sin is a big boy. As the main bad guy, you can be sure that his huge size backs up his claim, and then some. This huge whale-like monster likes to destroy things and is almost impossible to get close to.
Its huge body can quietly float through the air, and its huge fins help it glide through large bodies of water with ease. The creature is the game’s final dungeon in Happy Wheels. You have to go inside this ethereal beast to try to defeat it and save Spira for good.
Gears Of War 2 – Riftworm
In Gears of War 2, when the last Riftworm on the planet was woken up by a Lightmass explosion, it made sure to let everyone know how upset it was about the unwanted interference.
Riftworms can grow to be as tall as 2,625 feet and as long as 10 miles. They have been known to eat whole cities. After Marcus Fenix and his group are eaten by the beast, they think it would be a great idea to kill all of its hearts. The COG crew bursts out of the creature in what has to be the grossest death sequence ever seen in a video game. This leads to a very bloody escape. Gone, but not forgotten.
God Of War – Jormungandr
You first meet the beautiful World Serpent, or Jormungandr as his friends call him, as you paddle along the famous Lake of Nine in God of War on your way through the different realms of Midgard. Because he is so big, this great hub area will change based on how the giant serpent moves, showing more of the map as he does.
According to Nordic mythology, this very long and slippery mythical creature will fight Thor when Ragnarok comes. He will definitely be a tough opponent, since he is so big that he can go all the way around the earth. This would make it about 25,000 miles long, which is a huge number. This is a monster you would not want to get on the wrong side of.