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Solidus Snake, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty
Solidus Snake, the main antagonist of Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, was a former president of the United States. He is the third child of legendary soldier Big Boss and his comrades were members of Dead Cell—a group of elite soldiers hell-bent on changing society as we know it. He was able to create weapons that were undetectable by security systems and could trick people into believing that they were something else entirely.
Captain Qwark, Ratchet And Clank: All 4 One
Captain Qwark is a fictional character in the Ratchet & Clank series of video games. He is an anthropomorphic, blue-skinned alien with an inflated ego and a tendency to exaggerate his own importance. In All 4 One, Captain Qwark leads a group of four heroes known as The Phoenix Squad: Ratchet (the only member not present), Clank (who was rescued by Qwark), Big Al (a robot similar to a Gadgetron vendor), and Skidd McMarx (a surfer). Together they fight against Dr. Nefarious’ plans for galactic domination and stop him from using new superweapons capable of destroying planets!
G, Street Fighter 5
G is a character in the Street Fighter series, who makes his debut in Street Fighter V as one of the game’s starting characters. He uses a grappling style of fighting and was trained by his father to become a professional wrestler. G’s main special moves include the “G-cannon” and the “G-canceller”, both of which can be used for zoning or approach purposes. His super move, the G-cannon and travels at an arcing angle towards its target before exploding on contact with an opponent or ground if hit at close range from above G.
Michael Wilson, Metal Wolf Chaos
In Metal Wolf Chaos, the president is Michael Wilson. President Wilson is the president in an alternate reality where America has been taken over by a fascist regime and he’s forced to fight back with a giant mech suit. His character is used as a plot device for the game’s story so it doesn’t matter what kind of president he actually was (or isn’t). However, depending on how you look at it, he’s either one of history’s greatest presidents or one of its worst. The only thing we know for sure is that he fought off an army of terrorists in his mech suit while standing on top of a building—and that’s pretty badass!
Die-Hardman, Death Stranding
Die-Hardman is the president of the United States in Death Stranding, a game that takes place in a post-apocalyptic future. He’s not just a character for the game; he’s meant to represent all presidents throughout history, and how each made their own contributions to the country. Although you get to see him occasionally in pre-recorded messages, most of your interaction with him comes from his brief appearances at important events like mass executions or executions of mass amounts—which makes sense considering how many people die as part of the Death Stranding story.