The Killer Piano has only appeared in Super Mario 64 and its DS remake. While it did make cameos in both Mario Party 2 and Mario Party 8, it was luckily detained behind the invisible walls of the game boards. Dead Hand from Ocarina of Time Unlike the Mario series, The Legend of Zelda is a bit more realistic… well, as realistic a Nintendo game can be. Having said that, scary moments were a bit more commonplace in the series by the time that Ocarina of Time was released, such as the Wallmasters from A Link to the Past. However, no amount of creepy pixelated hands could prepare you for this disgusting mess of polygons. In the second half of the game, Link must venture through south africa online casinos accepting ecopayz system beneath Kakariko Village.
This sewer system is full of corpses and enormous spiders, which really gets even worse when you realize that the entire town has been drinking corpse water this entire time. But anyways, towards the end of this mini-dungeon, you enter a small room with what appears to be long, bloody pale arms sticking out of the ground. Getting too close to investigate causes them to grab you by the head, revealing the horrifying Dead Hand to rise from the ground! Dead Hand is hands-down one of the most disturbing enemies in the entire Zelda series. It appears to be a mass of flabby flesh covered in patches of dried blood, slowly crawling towards you as it’s horrendously long hands, complete with overgrown red fingernails, pins you down so it can gnaw at you with its gaping large mouth. Eventually, Link is able to overcome the abomination and gains the Lens of Truth. However, even after it is killed, its body does not disappear like most other enemies in the game. Instead, its body lays there, convulsing as if rigor mortis is setting in. It’s insane how much they went out of their way to make this one enemy so goddamn horrifying.
It appears that Dead Hand was somewhat censored in the 3DS remake, having less bloody patches on its body. However, now it just looks like a big blob of flabby skin. You either need to go all the way with this guy, or not at all. There’s no in-between for Dead Hand. O2 from Kirby 64 Despite its cute and cuddly exterior, the Kirby series has some seriously fucked up enemies. From Marx Soul in Kirby Super Star to Star Dream in Kirby Planet Robobot, it seems they try to outdo themselves in every game by having the most unexpectedly terrifying final boss to appear in a game about a cute pink marshmallow. Today, however, we’ll be looking at perhaps the most well-known final boss of the Kirby series, and possibly the creepiest. Zero first appeared in the Super Nintendo title ‘Kirby’s Dreamland 3’ as the true final boss. Virtually nothing was known about him at the time other than the fact that he is the creator of Dark Matter, the final boss from Kirby’s Dreamland 2.