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28th Apr '17 10:42:17 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* ''VideoGame/RabiRibi'' appears to conclude with the [[spoiler:three-phase Noah]] boss fight; the credits then roll. However, the game then springs up "post-game" chapters; reaching the very end of this part has you face the other BigBad of the game: [[spoiler:fellow bunny girl Irisu]].
13th Apr '17 9:28:40 AM TheMyonner
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* ''VideoGame/LenEn''[='=]s second game, ''Earthen Miraculous Sword'', features a true final boss in the form of the titular sword, [[LegendaryWeapon Tasouken]], unlocked after completing the final stage with at least three petals on the Cloud Flower Gauge. Tasouken has only one spellcard, "A Single Glimmer", but [[ThatOneBoss it's a real doozy]], requiring the player to flash-bomb ''repeatedly'' in the last pattern of the spellcard.
11th Apr '17 12:28:08 PM Rorosilky5
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** In ''VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamland'', completing Extra Mode allows for a fight with [[spoiler:Magolor Soul, a souped-up version of Magolor's second form from the main game. Galacta Knight, despite being exclusive to the True Arena, is not an example, as Magolor EX and Magolor Soul are fought after him]].

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** In ''VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamland'', ''VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamLand'', completing Extra Mode allows for a fight with [[spoiler:Magolor Soul, a souped-up version of Magolor's second form from the main game. Galacta Knight, despite being exclusive to the True Arena, is not an example, as Magolor EX and Magolor Soul are fought after him]].
11th Apr '17 8:21:34 AM PokemonMasterJamal
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** ''VideoGame/KirbySuperStar'' requires you to complete each of its modes, including mini-games, before revealing ''another'' mini-game in which you must RunTheGauntlet, defeating [[BossRush every enemy in the game]] in a random sequence, keeping accumulated damage between battles.

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** ''VideoGame/KirbySuperStar'' requires you to complete each of its main modes, including mini-games, before revealing ''another'' mini-game mode in which you must RunTheGauntlet, defeating [[BossRush every enemy in the game]] in a random sequence, keeping accumulated damage between battles.
9th Apr '17 9:38:16 AM nombretomado
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* In ''StarWars: RogueSquadron III: RebelStrike'', while not technically a boss, there is a bonus extension to one level if and only if you meet the requirements for a silver medal or higher. Earn a bronze medal and the level is finished and you win. Earn a silver or better and you play a short mission in a TIE Bomber and gain an opportunity to unlock said Bomber for use in other missions.

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* In ''StarWars: RogueSquadron ''Franchise/StarWars: VideoGame/RogueSquadron III: RebelStrike'', while not technically a boss, there is a bonus extension to one level if and only if you meet the requirements for a silver medal or higher. Earn a bronze medal and the level is finished and you win. Earn a silver or better and you play a short mission in a TIE Bomber and gain an opportunity to unlock said Bomber for use in other missions.
8th Apr '17 12:14:12 AM PokemonMasterJamal
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** A large part of the postgame of ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' involves catching the Ultra Beasts, [[spoiler:which were released into the world due to Lusamine's experiments on Cosmog]]. Catching all of them unlocks access to [[spoiler:Necrozma, the highest-level Pokémon that is encountered in the wild]].
18th Mar '17 6:20:57 PM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/NeoQuest'', one of two online {{Neopets}} [=RPG=]s, features this, with an extra boss added for each difficulty. There are three levels to choose from: Normal, Hard, and [[HarderThanHard InSaNe]]. On Normal, you'll only fight the standard FinalBoss, Jahbal. On Hard, it's Jahbal, immediately followed by [[ManBehindTheMan Mastermind]]. The ultimate battle consists of Jahbal, then Mastermind, then [[NightmareFuel Xantan Reborn]], a strengthened version of the first boss you fought, [[CaptainObvious Xantan]]. You get no break between the three, and losing to Mastermind (or anyone, if you're playing on [=InSaNe=]) [[LevelDrain completely erases your save data]]. Have fun with that.

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* ''VideoGame/NeoQuest'', one of two online {{Neopets}} {{Website/Neopets}} [=RPG=]s, features this, with an extra boss added for each difficulty. There are three levels to choose from: Normal, Hard, and [[HarderThanHard InSaNe]]. On Normal, you'll only fight the standard FinalBoss, Jahbal. On Hard, it's Jahbal, immediately followed by [[ManBehindTheMan Mastermind]]. The ultimate battle consists of Jahbal, then Mastermind, then [[NightmareFuel Xantan Reborn]], a strengthened version of the first boss you fought, [[CaptainObvious Xantan]]. You get no break between the three, and losing to Mastermind (or anyone, if you're playing on [=InSaNe=]) [[LevelDrain completely erases your save data]]. Have fun with that.
9th Mar '17 4:00:15 PM VibraGenesis
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** ''VideoGame/MegamiTenseiII'' for the Famicom had, if you did everything right, [[spoiler:YHVH Himself, in one of his only two appearances in the main series.]]

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** ''VideoGame/MegamiTenseiII'' for the Famicom had, if you did everything right, [[spoiler:YHVH Himself, in one of his only two three appearances in the main series.series (the other two being ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiII'' and ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVApocalypse'').]]
4th Mar '17 11:51:17 PM jester147
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* Many of Creator/{{Konami}}'s [[Franchise/Bemani Bemani]] games have historically contained "Extra Stage" systems, which lets the player play another song if they achieve certain goals during their session (most commonly getting a certain minimum rank on each song played). Often, there are songs exclusive to this mode (usually a BonusBoss). Usually, these Extra Stages force you to play under modifiers that make the song even harder; for instance, Extra Stages in ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution'' force you to play with the x1.5 speed and Reverse mods, as well as a life meter that doesn't replenish (later versions swap this out for a "battery" lifebar). And in some of these games, this same requirement can be used to reach what is called the One More Extra Stage, or OMES for short; in DDR, this is a fairly easier song in which ''[[OneHitPointWonder you fail instantly if you get one Good, Bad, Miss, or a hold that is not held]]'', and in ''[[VideoGame/{{Beatmania}} beatmania IIDX]]'', this is traditionally an [[ThatOneBoss even harder song]]. Uusually, different songs are cycled from these tiers into standard gameplay over the life of the version (typically a year or so), and thus the True Final Boss may first appear as the final unique OMES song.

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* Many of Creator/{{Konami}}'s [[Franchise/Bemani Bemani]] Franchise/{{Bemani}} games have historically contained "Extra Stage" systems, which lets the player play another song if they achieve certain goals during their session (most commonly getting a certain minimum rank on each song played). Often, there are songs exclusive to this mode (usually a BonusBoss). Usually, these Extra Stages force you to play under modifiers that make the song even harder; for instance, Extra Stages in ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution'' force you to play with the x1.5 speed and Reverse mods, as well as a life meter that doesn't replenish (later versions swap this out for a "battery" lifebar). And in some of these games, this same requirement can be used to reach what is called the One More Extra Stage, or OMES for short; in DDR, this is a fairly easier song in which ''[[OneHitPointWonder you fail instantly if you get one Good, Bad, Miss, or a hold that is not held]]'', and in ''[[VideoGame/{{Beatmania}} beatmania IIDX]]'', this is traditionally an [[ThatOneBoss even harder song]]. Uusually, different songs are cycled from these tiers into standard gameplay over the life of the version (typically a year or so), and thus the True Final Boss may first appear as the final unique OMES song.
2nd Mar '17 10:35:42 PM infernape612
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** Inverted in the Neutral Route itself on your second playthrough and beyond. The FinalBoss [[spoiler:Flowey]]'s time warping powers allow him to know exactly how you're fight is going to go down (you kick his ass) and hightails it, so you're finished once you beat the penultimate boss [[spoiler:Asgore]].

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** Inverted in the Neutral Route itself on your second playthrough and beyond. The FinalBoss [[spoiler:Flowey]]'s time warping powers allow him to know exactly how you're your fight is going to go down (you kick his ass) and ass), so he hightails it, so you're finished once it after you beat the penultimate boss [[spoiler:Asgore]].
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