Vidjagame Apocalypse 259 – Operatic Villains

Who doesn’t like to hear a villain sing about themselves and their evil plans? It’s a time-honored tradition, dating back to some really old thing or other, but it’s a more recent phenomenon in video games. So this week, special guests Alaina Yee and Matthew Allen join to help us count down five – count ’em, five! – of our favorite singing bad guys.


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Theme song by Matthew Joseph Payne.

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Kingdom Hearts III
Red Dead Redemption 2
Death Stranding
Final Fantasy VII Remake
Crackdown 3
God of War
Metro: Exodus

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7 thoughts on “Vidjagame Apocalypse 259 – Operatic Villains

  1. This should be interesting, I don’t personally recall any games I’ve played w/ villians that do this

  2. Sam and Max Hit the road has been on Gog for like two years, not sure where Chris got the idea it couldn’t be reissued.

  3. I haven’t finished Conker L&R but apparently when you finish it you unlock the “uncensored” version. I still prefer L&R even though it’s censored…it’s pretty disappointing it’s censored but it plays a lot better and looks very good, even on HDTV’s.

  4. I’m a big fan of ending credit songs, such as the one in Portal and “Your Reality” from Doki Doki Literature Club

  5. Additionally, a big one you guys missed out: The Joker! He’s sung in all the credits of the Batman Arkham games except Asylum, even Origins, and actually had an in-game song performance in Arkham Knight – despite the handicap of being dead. He also sung around the same time in The Killing Joke movie – but we don’t talk about that.

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