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16th Sep '16 10:08:42 AM Hanz
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* The final level of ''Videogame/MotherRussiaBleeds'' has the heroes fighting their way into the Kremlin, culminating in a confrontation with what is presumably the Soviet Premier.
5th Apr '16 11:25:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''SinCity: The Hard Goodbye'': The last stop of Marv's RoaringRampageOfRevenge through Basin City is Cardinal Roark's 5th story luxury bedroom/chapel.

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* ''SinCity: The ''ComicBook/SinCity''
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Hard Goodbye'': The last stop of Marv's RoaringRampageOfRevenge through Basin City is Cardinal Roark's 5th story luxury bedroom/chapel.
30th Nov '15 8:26:03 AM Prfnoff
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* The eponymous hero of ''Film/RoboCop1987'' spends the entire movie beating up street-level thugs, the final battle takes place in the top-level executive boardroom of OCP Headquarters. And yes, someone goes through the window.

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* The eponymous hero of ''Film/RoboCop1987'' spends the entire movie beating up street-level thugs, the final battle takes place in the top-level executive boardroom of OCP Headquarters. And yes, someone the CorruptCorporateExecutive goes through the window.



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* There are many examples of these fights on ''Series/{{Angel}}'', where Wolfram and Hart's offices get trashed. These include the final fight of the first season, the final fight of series (against Hamilton), and the complete devastation wrought by the EvilerThanThou demon known as the Beast.
** Of course, he went to the office in the first episode of the first season and was still there at the end of the fifth, so it was quite some time before he made much progress fighting the disease.



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* There are many examples of these fights on ''Series/{{Angel}}'', where Wolfram and Hart's offices get trashed. These include the final fight of the first season, the final fight of series (against Hamilton), and the complete devastation wrought by the EvilerThanThou demon known as the Beast.
** Of course, he went to the office in the first episode of the first season and was still there at the end of the fifth, so it was quite some time before he made much progress fighting the disease.
29th Nov '15 1:07:03 PM MarkLungo
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* In ''The Crimson Permanent Assurance'' short from ''Film/MontyPythonsTheMeaningOfLife'', the buccaneering accountants of the titular agency sail up alongside The Very Large American Corporation, fire several volleys of filing cabinet drawers into them, and then swing into the corporation's boardroom. This kicks off a daring swordfight with logo pieces and document holders. Yeah.
* ''Film/{{Mirage 1965}}'' has a variation; an executive suite is where the hero is given a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown by one of the BigBad's henchmen.[[spoiler:..who is then shot by the hero's LoveInterest.]]



* In ''The Crimson Permanent Assurance'' short from ''[[Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus The Meaning of Life]]'', the buccaneering accountants of the titular agency sail up alongside The Very Large American Corporation, fire several volleys of filing cabinet drawers into them, and then swing into the corporation's boardroom. This kicks off a daring swordfight with logo pieces and document holders. Yeah.
9th Oct '15 4:32:49 PM nombretomado
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* The first three levels of ''PerfectDark'' take place in the evil MegaCorp [=dataDyne's=] headquarters, as well as one of the bonus levels.

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* The first three levels of ''PerfectDark'' ''VideoGame/PerfectDark'' take place in the evil MegaCorp [=dataDyne's=] headquarters, as well as one of the bonus levels.
25th Sep '15 9:59:35 AM Dravencour
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** There was also the Lords' Estate in ''A Dame To Kill For'', which was the setting for two major fights, including the climax.

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** There was also the Lords' Lord Estate in ''A Dame To Kill For'', which was the setting for two major fights, including the climax.



* ''[[Film/RevengeOfTheSith Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith]]'', of course, has the confrontation of Mace Windu and his Jedi vs. Palpatine and Anakin take place in the Chancellor's office. Although surprisingly little expensive artwork is damaged in the fight, it does feature the easily-breakable window.

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* ''[[Film/RevengeOfTheSith Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith]]'', of course, has the confrontation of Mace Windu and his Jedi vs. Palpatine and Anakin take place in the Chancellor's office. Although surprisingly little expensive artwork is damaged in the fight, it does feature the easily-breakable window.window [[spoiler:which Mace is blown through in a display of [[LargeHam UNLIMITED]] [[DrunkWithPower POWER]] by Palpatine]].
29th Aug '15 6:52:23 AM jormis29
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* The last mission of ''VideoGame/{{Hitman}} Absolution'' takes place at the top of an upscale housing complex. One method of killing the final boss's moll, Layla ("I should've been a nun... But I like to fuck."), is to spike her food with a poison frog extract, conveniently on display in the boss' showroom. This causes Layla to hallucinate and leap off the building while attempting to fly. Whoops.

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* The last mission of ''VideoGame/{{Hitman}} Absolution'' ''VideoGame/HitmanAbsolution'' takes place at the top of an upscale housing complex. One method of killing the final boss's moll, Layla ("I should've been a nun... But I like to fuck."), is to spike her food with a poison frog extract, conveniently on display in the boss' showroom. This causes Layla to hallucinate and leap off the building while attempting to fly. Whoops.
16th Jul '15 12:14:22 PM ACW
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Plus, of course, it tends to be an excellent set piece: expensive-looking works of art to throw, leather couches to tumble over, white marble columns to slam heads into, expensive-looking statuary to shred with gunfire in slow-mo, and, of course, the [[SuperWindowJump surprisingly easily broken picture window]] right above a twenty-story drop; that's always fun.

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Plus, of course, it tends to be an excellent set piece: expensive-looking works of art to throw, leather couches to tumble over, white marble columns to slam heads into, expensive-looking statuary to shred with gunfire in slow-mo, and, of course, the [[SuperWindowJump surprisingly easily broken broken]] picture [[DestinationDefenestration window]] right above a twenty-story drop; that's always fun.
22nd Apr '15 2:43:01 PM SevenNoHeaven
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*While you spend most of ''VideoGame/UrbanReign'' battling gangsters and thugs in the streets, you learn near the end that the chaos has been orchestrated by the city's Mayor, so you go to confront him in his office. Given that he [[OneHitPointWonder goes down in one hit]] this is more something to [[PostFinalBoss close off the story.]]
23rd Mar '15 8:37:52 PM nombretomado
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* In ''VideoGame/FinalFight'', the final battle takes place in Belger's office, ending with you knocking him out of the window. The exact same thing happens in the ''FinalFight'' episode of the ''StreetFighter'' cartoon. Belger's wheelchair-bound and uses a crossbow to fight you, by the way, making this one of the more bizarre examples.

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* In ''VideoGame/FinalFight'', the final battle takes place in Belger's office, ending with you knocking him out of the window. The exact same thing happens in the ''FinalFight'' ''VideoGame/FinalFight'' episode of the ''StreetFighter'' cartoon. Belger's wheelchair-bound and uses a crossbow to fight you, by the way, making this one of the more bizarre examples.
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