Warwolf (Famicom, 1991)
Wow, the werewolf prosthetic limb industry doesn't give a shit! And if it's this tough when a handless man turns into a werewolf, you don't even want to think about it when a guy in a wheelchair gets bitten.
In this great country of ours, we called WARWOLF "Werewolf: The Last Warrior," and this is no-bullshit how the American version ended:
America was saved and he got his hands back! Obviously not before he castrated himself, but I wouldn't worry about that. If lycanthropy works the same way in reverse, he should change back into a man and have a 9 foot sword growing out of his crotch.
Jim Power in Mutant Planet (Amiga, 1993)
__new_line__Jim Power lives in a place so horrible that its sky grew a face just so it could scream. When Jim Power comes across a star hobo dying of radiation poisoning in the trash, his reaction is to stop and flex. This guy looks tough even while he listens to you die. Almost suspiciously tough... hold on a second.__new_line__
__new_line__Nice! Jim Power is the left Jean-Claude Van Damme from the Double Impact
poster! That's the one without a shirt-- great choice, Jim!__new_line____new_line____new_line____new_line____new_line____new_line__
Seanbaby invented being funny on the Internet at Seanbaby.com. You can follow him on Twitter and read his reviews of bad games in every issue of Electronic Gaming Monthly.__new_line____new_line__For more of his Cracked hilarity, see 10 Toys from the 80s That Just Didn't Care, The 4 Most Irresponsible Sex Advice Books of All Time, and Your 3rd Grade Science Textbook As Written by Gary Busey.