12 game heroes who look like villains

GamePro counts down twelve video game heroes that don't quite look the part.

What he looks like:


Based on this Prince's appearance, I wouldn't imagine that it's much fun being one of his subjects, what with all the deadly swords and malicious glares. His appearance also seems to indicate that he has a tough time keeping his pants above his waist, hence the five belts.

Who he really is:


It's an unusual circumstance when you're being hunted by a magical timeline guardian for using your enchanted, time-manipulating sand. And dramatic events call for dramatic actions, i.e. killing thousands of time-demons in order to evade capture. However, the most unusual event of Warrior Within, had to be when the Prince decided one belt was just not gonna cut it.

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