The best villains exude a certain gravitas that captivates the player whenever he or she makes an appearance. They are the villains one remembers years after playing a game, be it for their character design, memorable quotes, unexpected schemes and plot twists, musical theme, or the boss battle itself.
Some of my favorite ne'er-do-wells, off the top of my head:
Probably one of the easiest bosses to defeat, but the fact he is one of the only bosses who understand and utilise the orokin technology makes him pretty powerful in a sense. Also, when he is killed on Mercury in the early missions, and then reappears in Ceres, somehow unharmed, fighting alongside Lt. Lech Kril you can't help but feel a minor sense of confusion if you haven't played any missions in the void yet, which is the place where he explains he was revived by his own orokin key and has turned into the 'guardian of the void.' This version of Vor is known as Corrupted Captain Vor.
tl;dr Vor is not a difficult boss in any means of the words, but his general knowledge of the mysterious orokin power and technology makes him an enticing villain/boss to encounter.
Here's a fun bit of video game trivia.
In Street Fighter 2's Japanese release (and all future SF releases in Japan), the character Americans know as Balrog is named M. Bison. He was designed as a spoof of the real life boxer Mike Tyson, but Capcom was concerned Tyson would sue for using his likeness without his consent, so they cycled the names of the "shadowloo" characters for the American release. M.Bison became Balrog, Balrog became Vega, and Vega became M. Bison.
I like Horror or Zombie Games Video. I'm watch on Youtube. Favorite evil clown was unfairly ranked! Dysentery (The Oregon Trail) Master Hand (Super Smash Bros.) Kefka (Final Fantasy VI) Shao Kahn (Mortal Kombat) Vaas Montenegro (Far Cry 3)