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* You will fight the second form of Wily Machine in ''[[VideoGame/MegaMan11]]'' in an AmazingTechnicolorBattlefield.

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* You will fight the second form of Wily Machine in ''[[VideoGame/MegaMan11]]'' ''[[VideoGame/MegaMan11 Mega Man 11]]'' in an AmazingTechnicolorBattlefield.

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* You will fight the second form of Wily Machine in ''[[VideoGame/MegaMan11]]'' in an AmazingTechnicolorBattlefield.


** In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'', the final boss fight take place in a series of pocket dimensions within a giant flying whale monster.

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** In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'', the final boss fight take dungeon takes place in a series of pocket dimensions within a giant flying whale monster.monster, with the last two containing the FinalBoss and {{Post Final Boss}}es respectively.



** In the first game, the final battle against Ansem's "World of Chaos" form takes place in a featureless black void.

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** In [[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI the first game, game]], the final battle against Ansem's "World of Chaos" form takes place in a featureless black void.


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** In ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts02BirthBySleepAFragmentaryPassage'', Aqua and Mickey fight the [[TheSwarm Demon Tide]] at the ruins of Destiny Islands in the End of the World. Thanks to improvements in graphics technology since the area's [[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI first appearance]], it has been expanded into several floating islets rather than just one with the battle itself taking place on an islet below the main one where Sora fights Ansem.
** In ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsIII'' the final battle takes place in [[spoiler:Scala Ad Caelum, an island city where Masters Eraqus and Xehanort grew up]].

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* ''VideoGame/MightAndMagic VIII'' sends you to another dimension for the final confrontation, the Plane between Planes [[spoiler: and subverts this trope once you actually ''reach'' the antagonist of the game. While the creatures there are lethal, there ''is'' no FinalBoss; you answer a series of riddles[[note]]the antagonist is only an antagonist because he is restricted by his programming, so he gives you riddles that when answered tell you what to do to stop him while being able to insist to himself he is doing nothing of the sort[[/note]] and get a key to unlock four 'eggs' placed in the dimension.]]


* Happens in the final battle with [[BigBad Emperor]] [[AlwaysChaoticEvil Percival]] [[JerkWithAHeartOfJerk Tachyon]] in ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClankFutureToolsOfDestruction'' due to an errant blast from the Dimensionator.

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* Happens in the final battle with [[BigBad Emperor]] [[AlwaysChaoticEvil Percival]] [[JerkWithAHeartOfJerk [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Tachyon]] in ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClankFutureToolsOfDestruction'' due to an errant blast from the Dimensionator.


* Anime/{{Beyblade}}: At the end of the first series, Takao and Yuri (get your minds out of the gutter) are warped into an otherworldly, frozen wasteland during their game. The outside just sees an enormous, spiked block of ice.

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* Anime/{{Beyblade}}: At In the end final two episodes of the first series, season of Anime/{{Beyblade}}, protagonist Takao and Yuri (get your minds out of the gutter) antagonist Yuriy are warped into an otherworldly, frozen wasteland during their game. The outside just sees an enormous, spiked block of ice.


** LightningReturnsFinalFantasyXIII has the final battle set in Cosmogenesis, a bizarre dimension home to the gods.

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** LightningReturnsFinalFantasyXIII ''VideoGame/LightningReturnsFinalFantasyXIII'' has the final battle set in Cosmogenesis, a bizarre dimension home to the gods.


* In ''Film/MortalKombat'', Liu Kang and Johnny Cage end up following Shang Tsung to Outworld for the final fight.

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* In ''Film/MortalKombat'', ''Film/MortalKombatTheMovie'', Liu Kang and Johnny Cage end up following Shang Tsung to Outworld for the final fight.

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* In ''Anime/DragonBallSuperBroly'', during the battle between Broly and [[spoiler:Gogeta]], the fighters eventually have a full on Beam-O-War, which results in the two seemingly breaking into another dimension. Eventually, the two clashed with a PunchParry so strong, it resulted in the two sending themselves back to the real world.


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* The finale of ''Podcast/TheAdventureZoneBalance'' has the party [[spoiler: fighting the avatar of the Hunger inside its own plane of existence.]]
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* ''VideoGame/BravelyDefault'' and ''VideoGame/BravelySecond'' do this with [[spoiler:[[BiggerBad Ouroboros]]]] and [[spoiler:Providence]] in the Infernal Realm and Celestial Realm respectively.

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* ''VideoGame/BravelyDefault'' and ''VideoGame/BravelySecond'' do this with [[spoiler:[[BiggerBad Ouroboros]]]] [[spoiler:Ouroboros]] and [[spoiler:Providence]] in the Infernal Realm and Celestial Realm respectively.



** In the final battle in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword Skyward Sword]]'', Link [[spoiler:enters a portal in The Sealed Grounds to the dimension where The Imprisoned was...well, imprisoned, to fight [[BiggerBad Demise]].]]

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** In the final battle in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword Skyward Sword]]'', Link [[spoiler:enters a portal in The Sealed Grounds to the dimension where The Imprisoned was...well, imprisoned, to fight [[BiggerBad Demise]].Demise.]]



* In the third ''VideoGame/{{Splatterhouse}}'' game, the final battle sees protagonist Rick fighting against [[spoiler: [[BiggerBad The Terror Mask]]]] in some strange dimension consisting of a stone slab floating in a dark void. It's implied this is actually [[spoiler: Rick's mind]]

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* In the third ''VideoGame/{{Splatterhouse}}'' game, the final battle sees protagonist Rick fighting against [[spoiler: [[BiggerBad The [[spoiler:The Terror Mask]]]] Mask]] in some strange dimension consisting of a stone slab floating in a dark void. It's implied this is actually [[spoiler: Rick's mind]]


* Given how the game's plot involves dimension hopping between levels, ''VideoGame/NuclearThrone'''s final boss[[spoiler: es]] are ''technically'' fought in a different dimension each time. [[spoiler: However, the most prominent ones are the Nuclear Throne's second form, which is accessed by meeting the conditions for a game loop and is fought within a giant dimensional portal, and the [[TrueFinalBoss Captain of the Interdimensional Police Department]] who can be fought in an alternate timeline where the nuclear apocalypse didn't occur.]]

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* Given how the game's plot involves dimension hopping between levels, ''VideoGame/NuclearThrone'''s final boss[[spoiler: es]] boss[[spoiler:es]] are ''technically'' fought in a different dimension each time. [[spoiler: However, the most prominent ones are the Nuclear Throne's second form, which is accessed by meeting the conditions for a game loop and is fought within a giant dimensional portal, and the [[TrueFinalBoss Captain of the Interdimensional Police Department]] who can be fought in an alternate timeline where the nuclear apocalypse didn't occur.]]


* Given how the game's plot involves dimension hopping between levels, ''VideoGame/NuclearThrone'''s final boss[[spoiler: es]] are ''technically'' fought in a different dimension each time. [[spoiler: However, the most prominent ones are the Nuclear Throne's second form, which is accessed by meeting the conditions for a game loop and is fought within a giant dimensional portal, and the [[TrueFinalBoss Captain of the Interdimensional Police Department]] who can be fought in an alternate timeline where the nuclear apocalypse didn't occur.]]



* The final battle with Cyrus in ''[[VideoGame/{{Pokemondiamondandpearl}} Pokémon Platinum Version]]'' [[spoiler:and the subsequent battle against Giratina both take place in the Distortion World; Giratina even enters from the top of scene as opposed to the side once the battle starts, and it gets no floor tile underneath it]].

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* Given how the game's plot involves dimension hopping between levels, ''VideoGame/NuclearThrone'''s final boss[[spoiler: es]] are ''technically'' fought in a different dimension each time. [[spoiler: However, the most prominent ones are the Nuclear Throne's second form, which is accessed by meeting the conditions for a game loop and is fought within a giant dimensional portal, and the [[TrueFinalBoss Captain of the Interdimensional Police Department]] who can be fought in an alternate timeline where the nuclear apocalypse didn't occur.]]
* The final battle with Cyrus in ''[[VideoGame/{{Pokemondiamondandpearl}} ''[[VideoGame/{{PokemonDiamondAndPearl}} Pokémon Platinum Version]]'' [[spoiler:and the subsequent battle against Giratina both take place in the Distortion World; Giratina even enters from the top of scene as opposed to the side once the battle starts, and it gets no floor tile underneath it]].


* The secret FinalBoss of ''VideoGame/StarFox1'' dwells in a stage called Out of This Dimension.

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* The secret FinalBoss of ''VideoGame/StarFox1'' dwells in a stage called Out of This Dimension. In ''VideoGame/StarFoxZero'',the final confrontation with Andross is in another dimension composed of energy tunnels and ''Tetris''-like glass blocks.

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