A Size Comparison Of Video Game Monsters

May 23, 2018

This is a video created by MetalBallStudios comparing the size of various famous video game monsters (previously: size comparisons of Star Trek ships, various sci-fi franchise ships, movie robots and movie monsters). Although I would hardly call Sackboy or Ratchet or Daxter and a couple of the others monsters. Also, the video's creator admits that he accidentally made the Deathclaw from the Fallout franchise 6-meters (20-feet) tall instead of the 3-meters (10-feet) it should have been. It happens. I know first-hand when you see one for the first time they certainly seems twenty feet tall. Terrifying, really. It's kind of like when-- "It's nothing like when your doctor tells you to drop your pants." You don't know that! I had to pay for a new examination table AND patch the wall.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Dave W, who agrees the biggest video game monster of all time is the person playing who would purposefully kill all their lemmings.

  • MustacheHam

    Dang, I was hoping to see a certain someone on this list....they're the largest of all.

  • GeneralDisorder

    Alright everyone. Whip out your monsters and compare sizes.

    Also, TIL: I'm taller than a Big Daddy from whatever game that was from... And I'd be eye-to blank-face with Slenderman.

  • Ollie Williams

    Big Daddy is from Bioshock.

  • PsykoRok

    Dear GW, thanks for the lemmings reference. That is all.

  • Geekologie

    for you, anything

  • Jenness

    So size does matter?

    Hint: Yes it does

  • Eric Ord

    FIRST

    I think we all know who the TRUE monster is...

  • Bling Nye

    GW's penis? I noticed the video never pulled out far enough at the end... just like GW's dad.

  • Eric Ord

    No! The_Wretched for making everyone hate me. :'(

  • GeneralDisorder

    I don't hate you. I don't even know you. You seem like an annoying twat. Which is exactly the kind of person I get along with the best.

  • Eric Ord

    You're so sweet!

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