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Favorite Boss Fights:
Lavos from Chrono Trigger.
Hmmm~Artorius from Dark Souls DLC. and because im feeling uncharacteristically nice towards abyss right now, the nebilim boss fight, which was the only human boss fight in the game where i didnt notice some fuckery with the limits.
Pro Tip: Spiders are not technically insects, but actually skeletons made of congealed hate.
ASSUMING DIRECT CONTROLBig Arm from Sonic 3 (sans S&K). The sky darkens, that theme kicks in. Love it. Champion battle from Pokemon Red/Blue. A bit less so these days since I'm much better than I used to be so the challenge is a bit lost, but still.
Absolutely no relation to NLKMany Duel Bosses. Vergil from DMC 3, Credo and Dante from DMC 4, Riku-Ansem from KHI, half the bosses in KH:COM, Roxas from KHII(FM+), all final bosses in KHBBS...
math792d: "If there was a tagline to the Aesir beyond 'war never changes, ' it would be 'alcohol was involved.'"
Twinrova from Ocarina of Time and General Guy from Paper Mario. I have files saved before those two so i can fight them whenever I want.
The Protomen enhanced my life.
M.A.C.E from Intrusion2. Too epic for words. And it's made on Flash apparently, so it's the most epic flash game boss ever.
edited 8th Dec '13 3:51:52 PM by ironcommando
Taller than ZimFirkraag.
"No, the Singularity will not happen. Computation is hard." -Happy Ent
EveryoneArmstrong from Metal gear Rising. He's one of the hardest, most gratifying bosses I've ever fought, and he's even better when you fight him as Sam!
failure runs in your veinsKomato Annihilator Iosa (Iji): As you play the game, you'll find that Annihilator's are things you should run from fast. They're huge, have a fudgeton of health, and can kill you quick. This time, there's no turning back. Iosa has a energy spreader (kinda like a flamethrower), an MBF Devastator, and even a Velocithor V2-10, by far the most powerful weapon in the game! And when you're through with her, you have to take down her true form, which is COMPLETELY invincible outside of cracking her nanofield. The whole thing gets exponentially more epic with Anaksie helping you.
I'm starting to think we have a gas leak. Everyone has been extraordinarily retarded all week. ~Cloud Strife
Super Power Robot Ninja Yokozuna and GTR from Contra: Hard Corps. Their animations are very good, and the boss fights are pretty awesome (one races the train and stops it, the other is a Combining Mecha). They have a pretty epic boss theme too. Not exactly a favorite boss, but this is one of the most hilarious names of any boss I've fought:
"Kommie Kong" from Heavy Weapon. The Dirty Communists + King Kong reference couldn't be more blatant than that.
edited 8th Dec '13 5:49:49 PM by ironcommando
Such an awesome SenpaiMetal Gear Solid: Vulcan Raven. Nuthin' like cruising around laying obvious C4 traps to blow up the enemy.
Pushing that Devil TriggerSome additional ones for me are Xemnas from Kingdom Hearts II and Munenori Yagyu from Onimusha 4.
"Some are born speedy, some achieve speediness and some have speediness thrust upon them." - William Shakespeare (Sort Of)
Demon SuitcaseDark Bowser, 02, Kefka, Dreamy Bowser, Solaris, and Egg Nega Wisp because dat music. Perfect Dark Gaia because awesome final boss. Marx Soul, Perfect Chaos, Finalhazard, and King Dedede because nostalgia.
edited 9th Dec '13 2:21:00 PM by DiscoDancer
I do it all for you.This barely counts as a boss fight, but I really loved all the Future Unraveling puzzles in Mystery Case Files: Madame Fate. Basically, you collected a bunch of hidden objects to look into the future of all these creepy carnies to find out who kills the fortune teller at the stroke of midnight! And there are these great puzzles with this sort of circus-poster aesthetic to them, and they were all really clever, despite the fact that they were minigames. My favorite one was the Tattooed Man puzzle, because it was really vibrant and colorful, and required lateral thinking.
"What does 'horizontal' mean?" - Dark Syde Phil
War ALWAYS changes. Man does not.The Emerald Weapon from Final Fantasy VII. Taking that bugger down felt like a real achievement, given all the hoops you have to go through to get the One Item that enables you to have a realistic chance at kicking him in his giant sized goolies. The Ruby Weapon fight was trickier but didn't take as long all things considered.
Blowout soon fellow StalkerSenator Armstrong and Metal Gear Exelsus from Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance Just everything about that was great. Hell, all the bosses were great fun.
edited 11th Dec '13 8:08:00 AM by LeGarcon
Oh really, when?
From Metal Gear (in no particular order):
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