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What is the greatest boss battle you've come across in video games?

  1. JohnGreasyGamer profile image83
    JohnGreasyGamerposted 5 years ago

    What is the greatest boss battle you've come across in video games?

    It really doesn't matter if you've defeated the boss or not. Or if the boss encounter was just a cinematic cutscene. My favourite has to be the recent encounter with Kaos, from Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure. He throws nearly all of the Skylanders characters at players, including environmental hazards. It's a true test of agility and concentration needed, and good luck doing it with just one character (I recommend Trigger Happy).

  2. UberGeek Infobox profile image59
    UberGeek Infoboxposted 5 years ago

    I think for me it would be Zeus in God of War 2 and 3 because the battle against him in 2 seemed nearly impossible for awhile and  I just wanted to kill him already, but not killing him pissed me off and the timing had to be perfect so I loved the challenge.  In the third game I liked it more though because it brought a Mortal Kombat-esque battle into the mix and even sending Kratos into a shadowy place where he faces his past along with current.  These were great games and the boss battles rocked!

    1. mattwiss21 profile image59
      mattwiss21posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Same here for me. Brutal especially in God mode.

    2. UberGeek Infobox profile image59
      UberGeek Infoboxposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I didn't even want to try God Mode because of the trouble that Spartan gave me at the end! Haha.

  3. Der Meister profile image69
    Der Meisterposted 5 years ago

    The final boss in Dark Sector took me about an hour to beat. The final kill shot was difficult. I had once chance to get a shot off before dying, so I died a lot.

  4. shin_rocka04 profile image75
    shin_rocka04posted 5 years ago

    For me, I believe the final boss battle at the end of Mega Man X4. That was very, very challenging. Fighting Sigma in a number of forms and having to memorize exactly how he moved and the different sequences he could take you through. What made it harder was using Zero. Mega Man had the advantage of having a special armor that helped him take damage. Zero you had to get up close to attack Sigma.

  5. mskills profile image86
    mskillsposted 5 years ago

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    The assault to take down Luca Blight from Suikoden 2.  The man is such a monstrosity that it takes three teams of your best fighters, a squad of archers, and a duel between him and your main hero in order to finish him off.

  6. Hakpenguin profile image77
    Hakpenguinposted 5 years ago

    RAAM, Gears Of War 1.
    Skorge, Gears Of War 2.
    Locust Queen, Gears Of War 3.
    Piggsy, Manhunt.
    Pretty much every boss from Sly 3.

  7. M. T. Dremer profile image93
    M. T. Dremerposted 5 years ago

    I think my favorite was Ganondorf in the Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker. Not because it was well designed (a lot of Zelda bosses were more fluid and challenging) but because of the implications of everything that was happening. It was the first one on one sword battle Link had with Ganondorf in the 3D games and it was happening while an ocean was literally crashing down around you. Then, to top it off, it ends with one of the coolest/most gruesome finishing moves in a Zelda game. Which is funny because Wind Waker is always considered the most childish (in terms of theme) of the series.

 
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