Some things don't make sense in context of the series or characters. These problems apply more for fictional characters as their abilities cannot be fully realized. Say in a fictional franchise like Marvel every character has their own power levels. For example Thanos has a cosmic power level, while someone like Luke Cage has a street level power. However, due to balancing, you too can beat the entirety of the Ultimate Alliance series using only Luke Cage. That means... Luke Cage can beat up Dr. Doom, Loki, Ultron, Thanos, Mephisto, and even Galactus, if he tries hard enough... In Jaws: Unleashed you play as a shark, duh. In one of the missions Jaws has to get an I.D. to escape from a room. Might as well chat by the water cooler while he at it. This is the only reason I created the thread. Watch as in the Injustice franchise of games Catwoman beats the shit out of Superman. In the Sonic the Hedgehog series, Eggman frequently is shown to outrun the fastest thing alive. In the Silver Surfer NES game Silver Surfer dies just by touching walls. Which is insulting as he can phase through walls. Deadpool can die. The Invisible Woman can fly. In some Marvel games she can't, but in others Invisible Woman is shown flying. Crash Bandicoot getting... dizzy? Now I'm confused.