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25th Jun '17 1:49:44 PM nombretomado
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* [[spoiler: Garino Corsione]] in ''{{Gungrave}}: Overdose''. As the final boss of the game, you fight this guy in a ''[[spoiler: alien spaceship/cathedral....thing]]''. He constantly spouts AGodAmI-esque lines while playing a friggin' ''advanced-tech pipe organ'', but what really makes this fight awesome is '''Unlimited Demolition'''. Whoever you're playing as gains a [[EleventhHourSuperpower considerable power boost in that the Demolition Shot Gauge regenerates on its own]], allowing you to spam the uber Lv. 3 shots more often. During the second phase of the fight, when you empty the boss' life meter, you're treated to an epic boss fatality cutscene--'''[[spoiler: Triple. Final. Demolition. Shot.]]'''

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* [[spoiler: Garino Corsione]] in ''{{Gungrave}}: ''VideoGame/{{Gungrave}}: Overdose''. As the final boss of the game, you fight this guy in a ''[[spoiler: alien spaceship/cathedral....thing]]''. He constantly spouts AGodAmI-esque lines while playing a friggin' ''advanced-tech pipe organ'', but what really makes this fight awesome is '''Unlimited Demolition'''. Whoever you're playing as gains a [[EleventhHourSuperpower considerable power boost in that the Demolition Shot Gauge regenerates on its own]], allowing you to spam the uber Lv. 3 shots more often. During the second phase of the fight, when you empty the boss' life meter, you're treated to an epic boss fatality cutscene--'''[[spoiler: Triple. Final. Demolition. Shot.]]'''
23rd Jun '17 6:15:57 AM mlsmithca
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* Headlok from ''VideoGame/{{ARMS}}'' in the Grand Prix Mode. After you score a certain amount of points throughout the mode at the end of the Championship match against Max Brass, Headlok shows up and takes control of Max Brass, which what follows is a brutal battle where you have to fight an opponents using three pairs of arms. Headlok uses Max's arms to devastating effect and can almost predict your movements, in addition his LimitBreak attack is an energy ball that will deal half your HP when hit. Note, in multiplayer where three different players face against Headlok controlling a standard character, the battle is still very difficult. Managing to beat this overpowered Headlok on a 1-on-1 will make anyone feel like they truly earned the belt.

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* Headlok from ''VideoGame/{{ARMS}}'' in the Grand Prix Mode. After you score a certain amount of points throughout the mode at the end of the Championship match against Max Brass, Headlok shows up and takes control of Max Brass, which what Brass. What follows is a brutal battle where you have to fight an opponents opponent using three pairs of arms. Headlok uses Max's arms to devastating effect and can almost predict your movements, movements; in addition addition, his LimitBreak attack is an energy ball that will deal half your HP when hit.in damage. Note, in multiplayer where three different players face against Headlok controlling a standard character, the battle is still very difficult. Managing to beat this overpowered Headlok on a 1-on-1 will make anyone feel like they truly earned the belt.
23rd Jun '17 2:21:45 AM calamity2007
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* Headlok from ''VideoGame/ARMS'' in the Grand Prix Mode. After you score a certain amount of points throughout the mode at the end of the Championship match against Max Brass, Headlok shows up and takes control of Max Brass, which what follows is a brutal battle where you have to fight an opponents using three pairs of arms. Headlok uses Max's arms to devastating effect and can almost predict your movements, in addition his LimitBreak attack is an energy ball that will deal half your HP when hit. Note, in multiplayer where three different players face against Headlok controlling a standard character, the battle is still very difficult. Managing to beat this overpowered Headlok on a 1-on-1 will make anyone feel like they truly earned the belt.

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* Headlok from ''VideoGame/ARMS'' ''VideoGame/{{ARMS}}'' in the Grand Prix Mode. After you score a certain amount of points throughout the mode at the end of the Championship match against Max Brass, Headlok shows up and takes control of Max Brass, which what follows is a brutal battle where you have to fight an opponents using three pairs of arms. Headlok uses Max's arms to devastating effect and can almost predict your movements, in addition his LimitBreak attack is an energy ball that will deal half your HP when hit. Note, in multiplayer where three different players face against Headlok controlling a standard character, the battle is still very difficult. Managing to beat this overpowered Headlok on a 1-on-1 will make anyone feel like they truly earned the belt.
23rd Jun '17 2:20:21 AM calamity2007
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* Headlok from ''VideoGame/ARMS'' in the Grand Prix Mode. After you score a certain amount of points throughout the mode at the end of the Championship match against Max Brass, Headlok shows up and takes control of Max Brass, which what follows is a brutal battle where you have to fight an opponents using three pairs of arms. Headlok uses Max's arms to devastating effect and can almost predict your movements, in addition his LimitBreak attack is an energy ball that will deal half your HP when hit. Note, in multiplayer where three different players face against Headlok controlling a standard character, the battle is still very difficult. Managing to beat this overpowered Headlok on a 1-on-1 will make anyone feel like they truly earned the belt.
10th Jun '17 6:16:22 PM Zuxtron
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** Gorgolok the Demonic Hellseal, with bone shields that must be shattered before using your newly acquired [[ForMassiveDamage super-critical-bamming attack]].

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** Gorgolok the Demonic Hellseal, with bone shields that must be shattered before using your newly acquired [[ForMassiveDamage super-critical-bamming attack]].attack.
18th May '17 8:42:10 PM mlsmithca
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** In ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry4'', the first fight with Dante is not all that in the early difficulty levels, especially when it is used as a tutorial level, but when playing Dante Must Die mode, this fight ramps up completely, and it becomes quite challenging and fun, and it is just the first boss of the game. Granted, you've already fought all the bosses at this point, but this beginning boss fight in this mode really sets the stage for the rest of the difficulty mode.

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** In ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry4'', the first fight with Dante is not all that hard in the early difficulty levels, especially when it is used as a tutorial level, but when playing in Dante Must Die mode, this fight ramps up completely, and it becomes quite challenging and fun, and it is just the first boss of the game. Granted, you've already fought all the bosses at this point, but this beginning boss fight in this mode really sets the stage for the rest of the difficulty mode.
18th May '17 7:23:38 PM capthanos
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** In ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry4'', the second time you fight Dante is a memorable, [[ThatOneBoss albeit insanely challenging]], fight. The first time you fight Dante he's holding back but when the second fight rolls around, all the chips are on the table. Expect to have numerous sword clashes with the Devil Hunter and many instances of ShootTheBullet (but be wary of your health because this is no cakewalk; manage your Devil Trigger carefully to both rejuvenate health and deal out additional damage). The final battle against [[spoiler:Sanctus Diabolica]] is kind of deflating compared to the epic struggle against Dante at only the midpoint of the game.

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** In ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry4'', the first fight with Dante is not all that in the early difficulty levels, especially when it is used as a tutorial level, but when playing Dante Must Die mode, this fight ramps up completely, and it becomes quite challenging and fun, and it is just the first boss of the game. Granted, you've already fought all the bosses at this point, but this beginning boss fight in this mode really sets the stage for the rest of the difficulty mode.
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second time you fight Dante is a memorable, [[ThatOneBoss albeit insanely challenging]], fight. The first time you fight Dante he's holding back but when the second fight rolls around, all the chips are on the table. Expect to have numerous sword clashes with the Devil Hunter and many instances of ShootTheBullet (but be wary of your health because this is no cakewalk; manage your Devil Trigger carefully to both rejuvenate health and deal out additional damage). The final battle against [[spoiler:Sanctus Diabolica]] is kind of deflating compared to the epic struggle against Dante at only the midpoint of the game.
2nd May '17 7:57:12 AM mlsmithca
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* ''[[VideoGame/LEGOTheLordOfTheRings]]'' has both battles against the Balrog. The first has Gandalf skydiving towards his sword to catch it, then hack at the Balrog while it breathes fire. The second is set on the snowy mountain, and Gandalf wins by standing under bolts of lightning, then using his sword to channel the lightning towards the Balrog's weak points.

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* ''[[VideoGame/LEGOTheLordOfTheRings]]'' ''VideoGame/LEGOTheLordOfTheRings'' has both battles against the Balrog. The first has Gandalf skydiving towards his sword to catch it, then hack at the Balrog while it breathes fire. The second is set on the snowy mountain, and Gandalf wins by standing under bolts of lightning, then using his sword to channel the lightning towards the Balrog's weak points.
2nd May '17 3:50:41 AM Cryoclaste
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* ''[[VideoGame/LEGOAdaptationGame Lego Lord of The Rings]]'' has both battles against the Balrog. The first has Gandalf skydiving towards his sword to catch it, then hack at the Balrog while it breathes fire. The second is set on the snowy mountain, and Gandalf wins by standing under bolts of lightning, then using his sword to channel the lightning towards the Balrog's weak points.
* ''[[VideoGame/LEGOAdaptationGame Lego Pirates of The Caribbean]]'':

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* ''[[VideoGame/LEGOAdaptationGame Lego Lord of The Rings]]'' ''[[VideoGame/LEGOTheLordOfTheRings]]'' has both battles against the Balrog. The first has Gandalf skydiving towards his sword to catch it, then hack at the Balrog while it breathes fire. The second is set on the snowy mountain, and Gandalf wins by standing under bolts of lightning, then using his sword to channel the lightning towards the Balrog's weak points.
* ''[[VideoGame/LEGOAdaptationGame Lego Pirates of The Caribbean]]'':''VideoGame/LEGOPiratesOfTheCaribbean'':



* ''[[VideoGame/LEGOAdaptationGame Lego Marvel Super Heroes]]'' gives us Galactus. Basically, heroes and villains [[EnemyMine team up]] on the Helicarrier to stop Galactus from having our world for a tasty snack. At the end is a glorious attack that sends Galactus packing:

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* ''[[VideoGame/LEGOAdaptationGame Lego Marvel Super Heroes]]'' ''VideoGame/LEGOMarvelSuperHeroes'' gives us Galactus. Basically, heroes and villains [[EnemyMine team up]] on the Helicarrier to stop Galactus from having our world for a tasty snack. At the end is a glorious attack that sends Galactus packing:



* The Rancor in ''[[LegoAdaptationGame Lego Star Wars 2]]''. It was awesome. Also, [[DualBoss Two Vaders!]].

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* The Rancor in ''[[LegoAdaptationGame Lego Star Wars 2]]''.''VideoGame/LEGOStarWars 2''. It was awesome. Also, [[DualBoss Two Vaders!]].
1st May '17 6:57:28 PM mlsmithca
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* VideoGame/FireEmblemFates has its three final bosses in each route, much like its predecessor ''Awakening''. It's worth mentioning that they all play [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic End of All]], one of the best themes in the game.

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* VideoGame/FireEmblemFates ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' has its three final bosses in each route, much like its predecessor ''Awakening''. It's worth mentioning that they all play [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic End of All]], one of the best themes in the game.



* ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemTheBlazingBlade Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade]]'':

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* ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemTheBlazingBlade Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade]]'':''VideoGame/FireEmblemTheBlazingBlade'':



* ''[[Videogame/FireEmblemTheBindingBlade Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade]]'':
** ''Binding Blade'', has two, both of which are {{Foreshadow}}ed by the ending of ''Blazing Blade'' (or is it {{Futureshadow}}ed? Sealed Sword came out first, but was NoExportForYou so most non-Japanese fans would've played Blazing Blade, its prequel, first). The first is Zephiel, the BigBad and apparent FinalBoss. He's the most powerful human enemy you'll face in a GBA Fire Emblem and he has a unique class and an even more unique attack animation. If you've got all the S-ranked weapons in tact, however, and Fae still has her Dragonstone, you move on to face TheRemnant, consisting of the last of Zephiel's generals, the (literal) [[TheDragon Dragon]], and TheManBehindTheMan (not in that order, though; TheDragon is last). It's TheManBehindTheMan, [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Jahn/Yahn]], that's the other one. He's also a dragon, and his stage consists of you going from room to room fighting apparent clones/projections of him, getting {{Hannibal Lecture}}d after every one you beat. It's immensely satisfying to finally destroy him once and for all.

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* ''[[Videogame/FireEmblemTheBindingBlade Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade]]'':
''Videogame/FireEmblemTheBindingBlade'':
** ''Binding Blade'', has two, Two, both of which are {{Foreshadow}}ed by the ending of ''Blazing Blade'' (or is it {{Futureshadow}}ed? Sealed Sword came out first, but was NoExportForYou so most non-Japanese fans would've played Blazing Blade, ''Blazing Blade'', its prequel, first). The first is Zephiel, the BigBad and apparent FinalBoss. He's the most powerful human enemy you'll face in a GBA Fire Emblem and he has a unique class and an even more unique attack animation. If you've got all the S-ranked weapons in tact, however, and Fae still has her Dragonstone, you move on to face TheRemnant, consisting of the last of Zephiel's generals, the (literal) [[TheDragon Dragon]], and TheManBehindTheMan (not in that order, though; TheDragon is last). It's TheManBehindTheMan, [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Jahn/Yahn]], that's the other one. He's also a dragon, and his stage consists of you going from room to room fighting apparent clones/projections of him, getting {{Hannibal Lecture}}d after every one you beat. It's immensely satisfying to finally destroy him once and for all.



* ''[[Videogame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War]]'': The battle against [[AntiVillain Arvis]] is a long time coming, the build-up to him goes to really flesh his actions out, and the battle itself is tough, with him having the [[AncestralWeapon legendary]] [[KillItWithFire fire tome]] Valflame and very powerful stats, making the best unit to go against him none other than [[TheHero Seliph]], as his Tyrfing provides a great counter to his sturdy defenses. He serves as a great prelude to the final holy war.

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* ''[[Videogame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War]]'': ''Videogame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar'': The battle against [[AntiVillain Arvis]] is a long time coming, the build-up to him goes to really flesh his actions out, and the battle itself is tough, with him having the [[AncestralWeapon legendary]] [[KillItWithFire fire tome]] Valflame and very powerful stats, making the best unit to go against him none other than [[TheHero Seliph]], as his Tyrfing provides a great counter to his sturdy defenses. He serves as a great prelude to the final holy war.
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