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25th May '16 2:18:22 AM erforce
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* ''BurnOut 3'' has "preview races" in which you and your opponents have much faster cars than you normally would for that point of the game.

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* ''BurnOut 3'' ''VideoGame/Burnout3Takedown'' has "preview races" in which you and your opponents have much faster cars than you normally would for that point of the game.
20th Mar '16 7:02:35 PM OmegaMetroid
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20th Mar '16 7:02:11 PM OmegaMetroid
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** ''VideoGame/LufiaAndTheFortress'' actually averts this, as you get the Dual Blade quite a bit earlier than TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon. [[spoiler:Then it gets taken from you and destroyed...and then you get it back just before the Final Bosses.]]

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** ''VideoGame/LufiaAndTheFortress'' ''VideoGame/LufiaAndTheFortressOfDoom'' actually averts this, as you get the Dual Blade quite a bit earlier than TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon. [[spoiler:Then it gets taken from you and destroyed...and then you get it back just before the Final Bosses.]]
30th Sep '15 3:57:04 PM nombretomado
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* The first ''{{Onimusha}}'' game features the unlimited-magic-attack, superpowerful Bishamon Sword... immediately before the final boss. And only if you've collected all of the random hidden collectibles throughout the game. Thank god for NewGamePlus.

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* The first ''{{Onimusha}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Onimusha}}'' game features the unlimited-magic-attack, superpowerful Bishamon Sword... immediately before the final boss. And only if you've collected all of the random hidden collectibles throughout the game. Thank god for NewGamePlus.
31st Aug '15 6:11:42 AM LunaEtte
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* By the time you get the [[SwordOfPlotAdvancement Dual Blade]] in the ''Franchise/{{Lufia}}'' games, all that's left to fight are the {{Final Boss}}es.
** ''VideoGame/LufiaAndTheFortress'' actually averts this, as you get the Dual Blade quite a bit earlier than TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon. [[spoiler:Then it gets taken from you and destroyed...and then you get it back just before the Final Bosses.]]
** In ''VideoGame/LufiaCurseOfTheSinistrals'', the Dual Blade also comes with a nifty time-controlling power. Naturally, you only get to use this on the FinalBoss. [[spoiler:In NewGamePlus, it gets {{Sword Beam}}s...which likewise are only used for the TrueFinalBoss.]]
3rd Jun '15 5:35:09 PM nombretomado
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* ''JadeEmpire'': most truly awesome styles (e.g. Dual sabers and Iron Palm), but especially the Jade golem and the Red Minister, which you get when the game is almost done. Thankfully, there is a ridiculously difficult [[NewGamePlus Jade Master difficulty]], in which they become upgraded from cheap immunity-bearing {{GameBreaker}}s to essential life-savers.

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* ''JadeEmpire'': ''VideoGame/JadeEmpire'': most truly awesome styles (e.g. Dual sabers and Iron Palm), but especially the Jade golem and the Red Minister, which you get when the game is almost done. Thankfully, there is a ridiculously difficult [[NewGamePlus Jade Master difficulty]], in which they become upgraded from cheap immunity-bearing {{GameBreaker}}s to essential life-savers.
16th May '15 5:46:02 PM nombretomado
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* Similar to the above, some have complained that the various vehicle segments in the ''{{Halo}}'' games are sometimes too short. (These are somewhat mitigated, though, as crafty players can often find ways to keep those vehicles long after the level designers intended for the player to relinquish them).

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* Similar to the above, some have complained that the various vehicle segments in the ''{{Halo}}'' ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' games are sometimes too short. (These are somewhat mitigated, though, as crafty players can often find ways to keep those vehicles long after the level designers intended for the player to relinquish them).
11th Apr '15 7:13:15 PM nombretomado
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* Slashers love to do that. ''DevilMayCry 4'' gives us Lucifer (a very interesting and unique weapon) and Pandora (a suitcase full of awesome) when it's almost time to say "Good-bye, Dante!" And this is why you get NewGamePlus and Bloody Palace.

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* Slashers love to do that. ''DevilMayCry ''Franchise/DevilMayCry 4'' gives us Lucifer (a very interesting and unique weapon) and Pandora (a suitcase full of awesome) when it's almost time to say "Good-bye, Dante!" And this is why you get NewGamePlus and Bloody Palace.
18th Sep '14 8:43:03 AM hbi2k
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* Whenever ''SuperMarioBros'' gives you a Starman, you'll probably get a nice stretch of enemy-filled land to exercise your invincible bashing capabilities on.

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* * ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'':
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Whenever ''SuperMarioBros'' ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros'' gives you a Starman, you'll probably get a nice stretch of enemy-filled land to exercise your invincible bashing capabilities on.on.
** ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'' gives you the Red Star powerup that grants flight in any direction... near the end of the game, and you can only use it in a handful of levels and the HubLevel. In a broader sense, many powerups such as the Fire Flower which traditionally last until you get hit are instead on a timer, forcing the player to rush to do everything they need with them and making it impossible to use them in levels they're not included in.
11th Jul '14 12:15:38 PM rexpensive
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* While not exactly a weapon, a bicycle is available during a small section of ''{{Earthbound}}''. The bike lets you get around faster in outdoor areas, is capable of outrunning most enemies, and comes with its own background music (with optional bell-ringing sound effects). Following on the heels of your new bike is a second party member, who renders your single-seat bike useless. Heck, the bike comes at a time when you can start buying teddy bears, which follow you like party members, and they render the bike useless too.
** This actually leads to one of the strangest secrets in the game: [[spoiler: a sound effect that can only be heard by riding the bike in the swamp. This is only possible by ''beating the final boss'', ditching all your partners in the extended epilogue, heading to the swamp, and, of course, remembering that you have an otherwise-useless bicycle in the first place.]]

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* While not exactly a weapon, a bicycle is available during a small section of ''{{Earthbound}}''.''Videogame/{{Earthbound}}''. The bike lets you get around faster in outdoor areas, is capable of outrunning most enemies, and comes with its own background music (with optional bell-ringing sound effects). Following on the heels of your new bike is a second party member, who renders your single-seat bike useless. Heck, the bike comes at a time when you can start buying teddy bears, which follow you like party members, and they render the bike useless too.
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too. This actually leads to one of the strangest secrets in the game: [[spoiler: a sound effect that can only be heard by riding the bike in the swamp. This is only possible by ''beating the final boss'', ditching all your partners in the extended epilogue, heading to the swamp, and, of course, remembering that you have an otherwise-useless bicycle in the first place.]]
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