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17th Apr '17 11:41:10 AM WillyFourEyes
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* There's a story on the internet about an adventuring party breaking into the president of a MegaCorp's office. The first thing the party's fighter did was tear in there and tackle him. Too bad the presiden't office chair was wheeled, and there was a huge window behind him...

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* There's a story on the internet about an adventuring party breaking into the president of a MegaCorp's office. The first thing the party's fighter did was tear in there and tackle him. Too bad the presiden't president's office chair was wheeled, and there was a huge window behind him...



* 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 ''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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* 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 ''VideoGame/FinalFight'' episode of the ''StreetFighter'' ''WesternAnimation/StreetFighter'' cartoon. Belger's wheelchair-bound and uses a crossbow to fight you, by the way, making this one of the more bizarre examples.



** And again you go through a luxurious building in ''Final Fight 3''.. But gets subverted in the last part where Colonel Black, the final boss, is on the roof''top''.
* ''VideoGame/StreetsOfRage'' series: Mr. X's office is the final battle of the first two games. ''Streets Of Rage 3'' subverts this by having you fight a Mr. X in his office, but it explodes, revealing it to be a robot.

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** And again you go through a luxurious building in ''Final Fight 3''.. 3''... But gets subverted in the last part where Colonel Black, the final boss, is on the roof''top''.
[[RooftopConfrontation roof]]''[[RooftopConfrontation top]]''.
* ''VideoGame/StreetsOfRage'' series: Mr. X's office is the final battle of the first two games. ''Streets Of Rage 3'' subverts this by having you fight a Mr. X in his office, but it explodes, [[RoboticReveal revealing it to be a robot.robot]].



* Operation 925 and Ziba Tower maps from ''Close Quarters'' DLC in ''[[BattlefieldThree]]''. The former is an office suite, the latter is a luxury penthouse complex.
* Part of some maps in ''Battlefield 4'', notably the penthouse suite in Siege of Shanghai, the office complex in Operation Dawnbreaker, and the hotel in Hainan Resort.

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* Operation 925 and Ziba Tower maps from ''Close Quarters'' DLC in ''[[BattlefieldThree]]''.''VideoGame/{{Battlefield 3}}''. The former is an office suite, the latter is a luxury penthouse complex.
* Part of some maps in ''Battlefield 4'', ''VideoGame/{{Battlefield 4}}'', notably the penthouse suite in Siege of Shanghai, the office complex in Operation Dawnbreaker, and the hotel in Hainan Resort.



* Though its not the final confrontation, about midway through ''Videogame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' Adam faces off against a dozen heavily-armed Belltower soldiers in the private offices of Tai Yong Medical's CEO. Can be played straight if Jensen's heavily armed and specc'd to kick ass and take names, or it can be subverted if you've gotten the cloaking upgrade and slip out through a convenient air vent (or just [[ProperlyParanoid put a gas mine near the entrance]]).

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* Though its it's not the final confrontation, about midway through ''Videogame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' Adam faces off against a dozen heavily-armed Belltower soldiers in the private offices of Tai Yong Medical's CEO. Can be played straight if Jensen's heavily armed and specc'd to kick ass and take names, or it can be subverted if you've gotten the cloaking upgrade and slip out through a convenient air vent (or just [[ProperlyParanoid put a gas mine near the entrance]]).
3rd Dec '16 6:10:20 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the original ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'', Psycho Mantis can be found holed up in the Commander's Room, a hi-tech office with a number of marble busts and mounted deer antlers. Mantis uses his telekinesis to hurl these at you during the fight.

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* In the original ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'', Psycho Mantis can be found holed up in the Commander's Room, a hi-tech office with a number of marble busts and mounted deer antlers. Mantis uses his telekinesis to hurl these at you during the fight.



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3rd Dec '16 4:42:07 AM Morgenthaler
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So, your {{Badass}} AntiHero has just spent the whole night [[BeatEmUp brawling]] through [[WretchedHive the dirty, rain-soaked city]]. The city is empty, the PaletteSwap and UndergroundMonkey gangs have been thrown behind bars, the QuirkyMiniBossSquad has made a hilarious getaway, TheDragon has been reduced to a quivering heap in an alley, and you've [[HyperactiveMetabolism eaten more chicken-legs-randomly-found-under-boxes]] than is probably healthy. It's time to end the reign of terror that has plagued the city once and for all...

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So, your {{Badass}} badass AntiHero has just spent the whole night [[BeatEmUp brawling]] through [[WretchedHive the dirty, rain-soaked city]]. The city is empty, the PaletteSwap and UndergroundMonkey gangs have been thrown behind bars, the QuirkyMiniBossSquad has made a hilarious getaway, TheDragon has been reduced to a quivering heap in an alley, and you've [[HyperactiveMetabolism eaten more chicken-legs-randomly-found-under-boxes]] than is probably healthy. It's time to end the reign of terror that has plagued the city once and for all...
26th Nov '16 8:52:46 PM Prfnoff
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* Averted in ''VideoGame/EarthBound''. After going through several major detours and a BizarroUniverse, Ness and Jeff are finally able to access the forty-eighth floor of the Monotoli Building, where Paula is being held by [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Mr. Monotoli]]. However, Mr. Monotoli turns out to be not a ClimaxBoss but a puny old man who is no longer interested in hindering Ness in any way.
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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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]].
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