History ThatOneBoss / Fighting

2nd Feb '18 5:57:29 PM nombretomado
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** On the subject of ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'', here's a word of warning to those who have yet to play ''NarutoShippudenUltimateNinjaStorm2'', but totally want to: You are going to hate Kakuzu.

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** On the subject of ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'', here's a word of warning to those who have yet to play ''NarutoShippudenUltimateNinjaStorm2'', ''VideoGame/NarutoShippudenUltimateNinjaStorm2'', but totally want to: You are going to hate Kakuzu.



* Fighting [[spoiler:Chomei, the Seven Tailed Beast]] during the "Last Battle" from ''NarutoShippudenUltimateNinjaStorm3'' story mode as [[spoiler:Kyuubi Cloak Naruto]] due to the fact that he's pretty much constantly in the air, meaning you have to jump into the air to be able to attack him. And good luck with that, considering the camera refuses to be remotely helpful. And when you fail, you have to start back after defeating the first two bijuu, which also means you have to sit through the two flashbacks that appear during the section. [[spoiler: And after all this is done, you still have to defeat [[FinalBoss Tobi]], who hits hard and loves to spam [[TeleportSpam Kamui]] to constantly dodge your attacks.]]

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* Fighting [[spoiler:Chomei, the Seven Tailed Beast]] during the "Last Battle" from ''NarutoShippudenUltimateNinjaStorm3'' ''VideoGame/NarutoShippudenUltimateNinjaStorm3'' story mode as [[spoiler:Kyuubi Cloak Naruto]] due to the fact that he's pretty much constantly in the air, meaning you have to jump into the air to be able to attack him. And good luck with that, considering the camera refuses to be remotely helpful. And when you fail, you have to start back after defeating the first two bijuu, which also means you have to sit through the two flashbacks that appear during the section. [[spoiler: And after all this is done, you still have to defeat [[FinalBoss Tobi]], who hits hard and loves to spam [[TeleportSpam Kamui]] to constantly dodge your attacks.]]
24th Dec '17 12:13:54 PM nombretomado
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* The Eternal Champion from, well, ''EternalChampions''. He can use any of his moves [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard regardless of his energy meter]], does a ton of damage with every hit, can actually make himself invincible at any point in the match for a few seconds, and requires a lot of hits to take down. Oh, and there are [[SequentialBoss FIVE FORMS]], all of them with their own moves. And there's no continues once you reach him; lose, and it's game over. Yikes.

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* The Eternal Champion from, well, ''EternalChampions''.''VideoGame/EternalChampions''. He can use any of his moves [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard regardless of his energy meter]], does a ton of damage with every hit, can actually make himself invincible at any point in the match for a few seconds, and requires a lot of hits to take down. Oh, and there are [[SequentialBoss FIVE FORMS]], all of them with their own moves. And there's no continues once you reach him; lose, and it's game over. Yikes.
15th May '17 1:16:12 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* ''VideoGame/MagicalBattleArena'': [[TheDragon Ruru]], who hits fast, hits hard, and constantly interrupts your attacks if you're within her range. The general advice against her is to run like hell and spam Super Moves at her by taking out the surrounding [[MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha Gadget Drones]] to fill your ChargeMeter. It gets worse in [[BigBad Nowel's]] scenario where, for her final stage, Ruru is accompanied by [[spoiler: non-handicapped versions of [[OriginalGeneration Kirara, Sarara,]] [[MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha Nanoha, and Fate]]]]. And you thought being peppered by Gadget Drone shots was bad...

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* ''VideoGame/MagicalBattleArena'': [[TheDragon Ruru]], who hits fast, hits hard, and constantly interrupts your attacks if you're within her range. The general advice against her is to run like hell and spam Super Moves at her by taking out the surrounding [[MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha [[Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers Gadget Drones]] to fill your ChargeMeter. It gets worse in [[BigBad Nowel's]] scenario where, for her final stage, Ruru is accompanied by [[spoiler: non-handicapped versions of [[OriginalGeneration Kirara, Sarara,]] [[MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha [[Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha Nanoha, and Fate]]]]. And you thought being peppered by Gadget Drone shots was bad...
8th May '17 8:35:26 PM RaxuRangerking
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*** Let's elaborate on the aforementioned Algol fight on Floor 60. He has Auto Unblockable Attack S, meaning if he lands any hit on you, the next hit is unblockable, and before you ask...yes, landing an unblockable hit makes his next hit unblockable, etc. etc. He has Soul Gauge Boost S, meaning you can't just bludgeon away at his perfectly-timed guarding and Critical Finish him, he has Nullify Ring Out S, which means he's 100% immune to Ring Outs, and last but not least...HP Drain S, which gives him HP equal to 200% of the damage he deals to you. As if all this wasn't bad enough, he has TWO full health bars, your attacks inflict only 50% of their regular damage to him, he only takes full damage from throws, and he's downright psychic in how well he reads your moves. All this on top of a character who's already so powerful that he was banned at tournaments within a month of the game's release. While some people have reported that he's capable of ringing himself out if he leaps over you, this troper has always found that Nullify Ring Out S saves him from doing this. The only very effective way to beat him is with a team of 3 Astaroths or Apprentices, both of whom have high throw-damage, and just spam throws, because he thankfully almost never throw-breaks.
15th Mar '17 9:06:27 PM nombretomado
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* There are certain characters in ''{{MUGEN}}'' known as "cheap characters". [[Manga/DeathNote Light Yagami]] is a special case, as he kills in one hit, and the opponent needs super speed to be able to kill him. See [[http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=MUGEN+light+yagami&search_type=&aq=f here]].

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* There are certain characters in ''{{MUGEN}}'' ''{{VideoGame/MUGEN}}'' known as "cheap characters". [[Manga/DeathNote Light Yagami]] is a special case, as he kills in one hit, and the opponent needs super speed to be able to kill him. See [[http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=MUGEN+light+yagami&search_type=&aq=f here]].
16th Feb '17 12:16:45 PM SchAlternate
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*** Super Smash Bros. Brawl repeats this with the FINAL final battle event, consisting of Sonic, Snake, and a Giga Bowser-sized Mario, which uses a completely different strategy, but it's somehow ''worse''. At least in Melee, your three opponents are really slow characters (specially Giga Bowser), which is doubly noticeable since the AI in Melee never dashes (which has been adressed in Brawl), and none of them have any means of attacking you from afar (besides's Mewtwo's Shadow Ball), so if you're quick on the move and keep your distance, you may stand a chance. In Brawl, you face with literally the fastest character in the game, a character whose entire moveset consists of projectiles, and Giant Mario. The first two are pretty obnoxious on their own, but Giant Mario is the king of cheapness. At least Giga Bowser, the biggest threat in The Showdown, [[MightyGlacier is about as fast as regular Bowser]]; Giant Mario is [[LightningBruiser''twice'']] [[LightningBruiser as fast as regular Mario]] and, being a giant character, has twice the strength and weight as he does as well. An just like Giant Shadow Bug Diddy Kong, he may [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard accidentally kill you right as the match begins]]. And, while in Melee you had three chances at beating the event, in Brawl you only have TWO, which will quickly become one if you're unlucky.

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*** Super Smash Bros. Brawl repeats this with the FINAL final battle event, consisting of Sonic, Snake, and a Giga Bowser-sized Mario, which uses a completely different strategy, but it's somehow ''worse''. At least in Melee, your three opponents are really slow characters (specially Giga Bowser), which is doubly noticeable since the AI in Melee never dashes (which has been adressed in Brawl), and none of them have any means of attacking you from afar (besides's Mewtwo's Shadow Ball), so if you're quick on the move and keep your distance, you may stand a chance. In Brawl, you face with literally the fastest character in the game, a character whose entire moveset consists of projectiles, and Giant Mario. The first two are pretty obnoxious on their own, but Giant Mario is the king of cheapness. At least Giga Bowser, the biggest threat in The Showdown, [[MightyGlacier is about as fast as regular Bowser]]; Giant Mario is [[LightningBruiser''twice'']] [[LightningBruiser ''twice'']] [[LightningBruiser as fast as regular Mario]] and, being a giant character, has twice the strength and weight as he does as well. An just like Giant Shadow Bug Diddy Kong, he may [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard accidentally kill you right as the match begins]]. And, while in Melee you had three chances at beating the event, in Brawl you only have TWO, which will quickly become one if you're unlucky.
16th Feb '17 12:13:46 PM SchAlternate
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*** Super Smash Bros. Brawl repeats this with the FINAL final battle event, consisting of Sonic, Snake, and a Giga Bowser-sized Mario, which uses a completely different strategy, but it's somehow ''worse''. At least in Melee, your three opponents are really slow characters (specially Giga Bowser), which is doubly noticeable since the AI in Melee never dashes (which has been adressed in Brawl), and none of them have any means of attacking you from afar (besides's Mewtwo's Shadow Ball), so if you're quick on the move and keep your distance, you may stand a chance. In Brawl, you face with literally the fastest character in the game, a character whose entire moveset consists of projectiles, and Giant Mario. The first two are pretty obnoxious on their own, but Giant Mario is the king of cheapness. At least Giga Bowser, the biggest threat in The Showdown, [[MightyGlacier is about as fast as regular Bowser]]; Giant Mario is [[LightningBruiser''twice'']] [[LightningBruiser as fast as regular Mario]] and, being a giant character, has twice the strength and weight as he does as well. An just like Giant Shadow Bug Diddy Kong, he may [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard accidentally kill you right as the match begins. And, while in Melee you had three chances at beating the event, in Brawl you only have TWO, which will quickly become one if you're unlucky.

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*** Super Smash Bros. Brawl repeats this with the FINAL final battle event, consisting of Sonic, Snake, and a Giga Bowser-sized Mario, which uses a completely different strategy, but it's somehow ''worse''. At least in Melee, your three opponents are really slow characters (specially Giga Bowser), which is doubly noticeable since the AI in Melee never dashes (which has been adressed in Brawl), and none of them have any means of attacking you from afar (besides's Mewtwo's Shadow Ball), so if you're quick on the move and keep your distance, you may stand a chance. In Brawl, you face with literally the fastest character in the game, a character whose entire moveset consists of projectiles, and Giant Mario. The first two are pretty obnoxious on their own, but Giant Mario is the king of cheapness. At least Giga Bowser, the biggest threat in The Showdown, [[MightyGlacier is about as fast as regular Bowser]]; Giant Mario is [[LightningBruiser''twice'']] [[LightningBruiser as fast as regular Mario]] and, being a giant character, has twice the strength and weight as he does as well. An just like Giant Shadow Bug Diddy Kong, he may [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard accidentally kill you right as the match begins.begins]]. And, while in Melee you had three chances at beating the event, in Brawl you only have TWO, which will quickly become one if you're unlucky.
16th Feb '17 12:12:46 PM SchAlternate
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*** Super Smash Bros. Brawl repeats [[spoiler: this with the FINAL final battle event, consisting of Sonic, Snake, and a Giga Bowser-sized Mario, which uses a completely different strategy but is basically]] the same idea.

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*** Super Smash Bros. Brawl repeats [[spoiler: this with the FINAL final battle event, consisting of Sonic, Snake, and a Giga Bowser-sized Mario, which uses a completely different strategy strategy, but it's somehow ''worse''. At least in Melee, your three opponents are really slow characters (specially Giga Bowser), which is basically]] doubly noticeable since the same idea.AI in Melee never dashes (which has been adressed in Brawl), and none of them have any means of attacking you from afar (besides's Mewtwo's Shadow Ball), so if you're quick on the move and keep your distance, you may stand a chance. In Brawl, you face with literally the fastest character in the game, a character whose entire moveset consists of projectiles, and Giant Mario. The first two are pretty obnoxious on their own, but Giant Mario is the king of cheapness. At least Giga Bowser, the biggest threat in The Showdown, [[MightyGlacier is about as fast as regular Bowser]]; Giant Mario is [[LightningBruiser''twice'']] [[LightningBruiser as fast as regular Mario]] and, being a giant character, has twice the strength and weight as he does as well. An just like Giant Shadow Bug Diddy Kong, he may [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard accidentally kill you right as the match begins. And, while in Melee you had three chances at beating the event, in Brawl you only have TWO, which will quickly become one if you're unlucky.
17th Jan '17 6:17:22 PM nombretomado
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* [[TheDragon Ruru]] in ''MagicalBattleArena'', who hits fast, hits hard, and constantly interrupts your attacks if you're within her range. The general advice against her is to run like hell and spam Super Moves at her by taking out the surrounding [[MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha Gadget Drones]] to fill your ChargeMeter.
** And it gets worse in [[BigBad Nowel's]] scenario where, for her final stage, Ruru is accompanied by [[spoiler: non-handicapped versions of [[OriginalGeneration Kirara, Sarara,]] [[MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha Nanoha, and Fate]]]]. And you thought being peppered by Gadget Drone shots was bad...

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* ''VideoGame/MagicalBattleArena'': [[TheDragon Ruru]] in ''MagicalBattleArena'', Ruru]], who hits fast, hits hard, and constantly interrupts your attacks if you're within her range. The general advice against her is to run like hell and spam Super Moves at her by taking out the surrounding [[MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha Gadget Drones]] to fill your ChargeMeter.
** And it
ChargeMeter. It gets worse in [[BigBad Nowel's]] scenario where, for her final stage, Ruru is accompanied by [[spoiler: non-handicapped versions of [[OriginalGeneration Kirara, Sarara,]] [[MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha Nanoha, and Fate]]]]. And you thought being peppered by Gadget Drone shots was bad...
24th Nov '16 4:43:08 PM KamenRiderKrypton
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* Sagat in ''Videogame/StreetFighterII. He will use a [[strike:[[{{Mondegreen}} my turn]]]] Tiger attack ''every time''. Ryu and Ken are also hard to deal with thanks to their Hadoken and Shoryuken spamming. He might even be ''worse'' in the Alpha games. At least his voice is better in that game...

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* Sagat in ''Videogame/StreetFighterII.''Videogame/StreetFighterII''. He will use a [[strike:[[{{Mondegreen}} my turn]]]] Tiger attack ''every time''. Ryu and Ken are also hard to deal with thanks to their Hadoken and Shoryuken spamming. He might even be ''worse'' in the Alpha games. At least his voice is better in that game...
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