Top 5 – Bosses in gaming

A good boss battle requires you to use all the things you’ve learned along the way and serves as a climax to a particular section in a game. When done right,…

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  • November 24, 2013 at 4:51 pm

    if i had to choose one it would be a boss from one of the sly cooper games,
    they are all so good and original though… it’s hard to choose…..i think
    clockwork from sly cooper 1 was amazing, and from sly 2 ide say the spider
    woman, and 3 would easily be the black barron,and sly 4 goes to the lion

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  • November 24, 2013 at 5:45 pm

    this one was the first for god of war WHAT Spartan Total warrior was rated
    the best under rated game of all time it had a baddass hydra aswell and you
    could crash your gamecube if you took enough of its heads off lol 

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  • November 24, 2013 at 6:30 pm

    My favorite boss fight is the final battle between Samus and Metroid Prime
    in the first Metroid Prime game. I still remember that rush of “you got to
    be kidding me!” when you beat the first stage as if that weren’t hard
    enough, and then you have to battle it’s second form which took the whole
    Phazon concept that had been causing the gamer curiosity through-out the
    whole game and gave the player the entire potential power of this
    mysteriously dangerous substance right into your finger-tips. After I beat
    that game, my childhood was complete. I felt like such a badass. 

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  • November 24, 2013 at 6:39 pm

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  • November 24, 2013 at 7:12 pm

    A good bossbattle I’ve entountered is a battle that has been modified to be
    extremely hard and it is Tequatl The Sunless in Guild Wars 2! It is so hard
    and frustrating sometimes I just want to leave the battle, but it is SOOOO

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  • November 24, 2013 at 7:51 pm

    “Bullet Witch,” had a nice boss battle on a plane’s rooftop.

    “Crash Bandicoot,” is just a childhood favorite.

    “BioShock,” was beautiful. It did an excellent job on the Big Daddy. (Not
    really a boss)

    “Metal Slug,” is another great game with great bosses.

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  • November 24, 2013 at 8:01 pm

    I love all the Monster hunter bosses because they are realy hard to kill
    and it is a real challange compared to most recent games. some of the
    Hardest monsters can take half an hour or more to kill (I like the Tigrex
    the most)

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  • November 24, 2013 at 8:07 pm

    My personal top 5…

    5.The Doppelganger(Castlevania SOTN): If you don’t cheap him to death, he
    can do everything you can do… and if you pay close attention, you might
    even learn something from him.

    4. Cid Raines(FFXIII): He is a powerful boss, and a fair challenge. He
    makes you use that you learned up until that point. He serves as the
    gatekeeper to the second(harder, yet more enjoyable) part of the game. You
    beating him is like a signal to the game, that you are ready for anything
    it will throw at you.

    3. Xaldin(KHII): He’s likely the second organization member you face… and
    likely one of the two most difficult. He has a large attack range, and a
    large amount of health. For many players he became “That one boss.”.

    2. The End(MGS3): He forces you to use all the sneaking you’ve learned…
    and tests your perception… one wrong step, and he shoots you… and those
    shots can hurt.

    1. Magus(Chrono Trigger): He is a powerful foe, and in your first play
    through he is likely the first truly threatening boss. That isn’t even
    touching on the atmosphere of the fight, the music, the blue flames, the
    creepy statue… they just did everything right for him.

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  • November 24, 2013 at 8:42 pm

    Metal Gear Solid 3 – The End & Final Fantasy VII – Jenova. The End fight
    really is a great challenge and show of your ability. And I just love the
    Jenova because you use the whole party, not just 3 or 4 people, so it makes
    you have to level everyone equally so you don’t have weak links in your

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  • November 24, 2013 at 9:32 pm

    Definately the three stage boss at the end of Phantasy Star Portable. That
    was hard and kept me on the edge of my seat the whole way through.

    either that, or Genesis at the end of Final Fantasy Crisis Core.

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  • November 24, 2013 at 10:30 pm

    These lists are utter shit. I can name so many boss fights that are far
    superior to any of these…
    For example The Boss, The End, False King Allant, Maiden Astraea, Ornstein
    & Smough, Sephirot, a lot of vanilla WoW bosses.

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  • November 24, 2013 at 10:34 pm

    My top 5 would have to be (blah, blah, spoilers and stuff):
    5. Borderlands 2 – Handsome Jack and The Warrior. Simply due to the amount
    of revenge you can lay out on that douchebag – A great villan and boss
    (although rather easy IMO).
    4. Sly 1 & 2 – Clockwerk. Simply ending the fight that had been going on
    for generations (in Sly’s family) was so satisfying.
    3. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Alduin. Killing that dragon was very
    satisfying, and rather rewarding in my opinion simply due to it being the
    ending of that fantastic journey.
    2. Mass Effect 2 – The Human Reaper. Although I haven’t been a proper fan
    of the Mass Effect series for as long as others have been, I ended up
    loving the series (Yes, ME3 as well, despite the amount of hate the ending
    receives). Destroying the human reaper was a great way to end ME2.
    1. Half-Life (Series). I can’t really make my mind up here… The boss of
    Half-Life 1, Nihilanth, or simply defeating the waves of combine forces in
    Half-Life 2: Episode 2. Both fights were great (first one being the most
    disturbing though in my opinion), even though the latter wasn’t exactly a
    boss fight, but simply waves of enemies coming at you. Nontheless, it was
    still satisfying when you then sendi of that missile, and then extremely
    depressing to see the death of a certain someone… Many tears were shed…

    Yeah, a bit long, but kinda wanted to make this :P

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  • November 24, 2013 at 10:51 pm

    Ganon could very very easily be defeated without a scratch by rolling
    underneath his legs. Once the first half of the fight was over, you’d
    already won. I also disagree completely about the Hydra. Battling the first
    two Sisters of Fate at the end of God of War 2 is my all time favorite boss
    fight from the series. Also, the Flamelurker from Demon’s Souls should be
    on absolutely every “Greatest Boss” list.

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  • November 24, 2013 at 10:52 pm

    Nah, the bosses in Dark Souls were good, but I’d love to see some
    Borderlands here. Like… Bloodwing. I mean, the desire to NOT kill a boss
    is just unique. And in that way, Jack gave me a reason to kill his whole
    family :I

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  • November 24, 2013 at 11:08 pm

    Aldoin skyrim the elder scrolls is my favorit boss batel the awesome mucik
    and you awesom folower i just completle bad ass

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  • November 25, 2013 at 2:05 am

    Xigbar in KH2, And Larxene in Chain of Memories.

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  • November 25, 2013 at 3:33 am

    assassin’s creed, when you realize your mentor lied to you and during the
    fight he forces you to battle shades of your targets… it really was an
    exiting boss fight

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