We're going into dangerous and bloody territory for this week's edition of Who Would Win Wednesdays, as two seedy criminals fight for the right to boast about their combat prowess. Last week's match between an older man with crazy hair and a teenager with a suspiciously normal 'cut ended with a win for Heihachi Mishima, but will experience be a deciding factor this time around? As always, take a peek at the information that we've gathered on each warrior, and then cast your vote in our all-important poll. Oh, and maybe bring a spare set of clothes in case things get really messy.
Hotline Miami's silent lead has every quality that you'd associate with a deadly killer. He's quick on his feet, can turn just about anything into a weapon, and is comfortable with committing mass murder over and over again. Donning masks of various animals, this hitman's capable of clearing whole buildings of equally skilled thugs. Smacking people with baseball bats, smashing pool cues over a foe's head, blowing people away through windows with high powered shotguns – Jacket's a butcher of men, plain and simple. He's a psychopath, of course, but it's hard to argue that there isn't a method to the madness, as he carefully rounds each corner and scopes out the opposition. After all, one hit is all that it takes for this fighter to hit the ground in a pool of his own brightly coloured blood.
One third of Grand Theft Auto V's leading cast of ne'er-do-wells, Trevor Philips is easily the most ridiculous. Whether he's sporting a big, bushy beard or a terrible looking mullet, the crazed character is always looking for trouble. Sometimes he's happy just hunting some trailer park trash, but he'll destroy just about anyone or anything when his blood boils to a certain point. Despite his often foul language, Trevor can be something of a gentleman around women, although with all of the violent crimes that he tends to get mixed up in, we doubt that he smells of roses. Robbing banks and gunning down armed police is all in a day's work for this madman, and he's certainly not afraid to take a few bullets for the team, as his special skill allows him to soak up inhuman amounts of punishment.
Which of this week's combatants likes to hurt people more? Who would get that first swing of the golf club on target? Vote for your winner in our poll, and tell us how you think that the battle would unfold in the comments section below.
Who do you think would win this Wednesday? (43 votes)
- Trevor Phillips56%
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