Divine Menace

Other (objects, etc.) theme

A god or divine being, or several, serve as the main antagonistic force.

35
games
12
platforms

Alternate name: Godly menace

Divine:
  • being or having the nature of a god
  • emanating from God
  • appropriate to or befitting a god

Included beings:
  • gods/mythical gods (Greek, Roman, etc...)
  • God (note: can't 'win' against this 'antagonist', maybe truce, otherwise see above item)
  • angels
  • demons (fallen angels, Abrahamic faiths define them all as angels)
  • daemons (divine messengers of Greek myth)
  • jinn (includes Islamic demons, low ranking divinities)
  • ascended beings
  • tangible abstracts (possibly)

Implied:
* Deities

Related:
* Demonic menace - may or may not overlap with.
This includes demon gods or similar as well.

The first Divine Menace video game was released on November 8, 1995.

Capcom, GT Interactive and Bethesda Softworks published most of these games.

Parent groups

Antagonists, Supernatural phenomena

Related group

Creatures
Deities

Platforms

Windows 13
Linux 7
MS-DOS 2
Xbox 2
PS2 2
X360 2
PS3 2
Mac OS Classic 1
BSD 1
Mac OS X 1
Pandora 1
GameCube 1

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