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then wait till you fight Omega Weapon Mk XII, even with Bubble, and Protect, and whatever, 2 (sometimes 3) hits normal attack = dead :lol:

I heard of him. I still think it would be easier than Gilgamesh with me and my limited spells and crap. I had no -ga spells. All just single ones. With Omega, at least you could have every spell at your command, and lots of good weapons and to boot. I knew Gilgamesh had lots of good stuff on him so I decided to go for the kill a little early. I know what you mean though. My bro said that battle took him 2 hours or so. I don't even have that much consecutive time for games anymore.

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The Thunderbird from Zelda II: The Adventure of Link comes to mind...I found it to be so freggin' tough. Then again, AoL is the toughest Zelda installment ever...I lost count of how many times I died in this game...

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That also just reminded me of Legend of Legaia. I honestly never beat that game cause the last boss utterly dominated me. I love the game to death, it was one of the first rpgs I bought for the playstation back in the day, but it was so difficult...

That's odd... He didn't give me nearly as much trouble as the other bosses in the game. The problem with it was that the bosses tended to have patterns, where they'd use a super-special attack on a certain turn every time, and you had to defend so the damage would be less-than-lethal.

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Don't you love bosses that at first seem defeated, only to come back in a far larger, and nastier form? I found just such a boss, in a PC game called The I of the Dragon.

I can't remember this thing's name, partly because I missed the cinema mentioning it, and made a save after said cinema. But basically, it's a big evil looking thing (kind of like a Diablo knockoff) who terrorized the world before and came back to try it again.

You fight him the first time in the final "normal" land of the game. You pound on him, your town pounds on him, and he goes down without too much trouble. Then you learn that he escaped to some other place, and to truly defeat him, you must follow him. So, off you go.

At first, there's a battle cinema, and this completely decides how strong the boss is going to be. If his troops beat your troops, he won't be as strong as he would be if your troops won, and he had to kill them off. This battle is completely random, which make getting ready pretty tough... especially since if your troops win, he gets seriously stronger killing them off before turning on you.

His attacks are semi-varied. One, is a projectile that follows you like a heat seeking missile. It does a lot of damage if it hits you, and it only takes about three to kill you. Another attack, is also a projectile, but this one explodes on contact, and bombards the area with lightning blasts for about ten seconds. These too, do a lot of damage. Another attack, involves him literally destroying any ground you might be hiding behind... which makes the concept of a safe spot impossible.

If he has other attacks, I don't know. Those three are all he needed to kick my ass quickly. And if you try to summon troops or monsters to your aid, he kills them in about two hits as well, then returns to hunting you down. Oh, and I forgot to mention, he heals very quickly. But since you can't do any kind of steady attacks, this makes doing any real damage nearly impossible. Why? Because even if you hit him with a big spell, by the time you cast it, you're already nearly dead. This means you have to flee, heal, and come back... by which time, he's all better too.

It basically looks like an impossible to win fight. His spells do serious damage, he heals quickly, and any shots you get in are basically inconsequential... especially if he had to beat your troops. Even SNK bosses seem fair compared to this.

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Last year, a new (yes new) Genesis game was released. Called Beggar Prince, it's an RPG that takes the old "The Pauper and the Prince" tale, and gives it a new spin. It's a simple RPG with a different battle system, but it's also an RPG with a somewhat unfair boss.

For 90% of the game, with a little leveling up, you can kick some pretty righteous butt on the bosses. However, later in the game, you have to basically guess which or five columns to place an object in (I won't say what). If you guess right, you get to continue playing. If you guess wrong, you get to fight the guardian of that area... a blue dragon.

It's attacks are simple. One normal attack, one special, much more damaging attack. Regardless of which one it does, you're taking a nasty chunk of damage by the time its turn is over. I'm not sure how many hit points it has, as I never beat it. Despite using magic on it, attacking it with a fully leveled weapon, and healing my character regularly, I just couldn't beat the thing. The only reason I moved on from this spot, was because I eventually guessed the right spot to put the object after dying several times and trekking back to that area.

Nasty little spot in an otherwise pretty easy game. Even the final boss didn't give me as much trouble as this little area guardian.

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I've never gotten all that far in Zombies Ate My Neighbors and I consider it to be the hardest game ever can someone tell me about the last boss? Even that giant baby is near impossible.

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That also just reminded me of Legend of Legaia. I honestly never beat that game cause the last boss utterly dominated me.

The first time I went to fight the last boss, I lasted 20 mins before I died. I took that to heart for some reason, and so over about a week's time, I gained maybe 10 more levels, got all the ultimate gear and just destroyed him.

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For me -

shredder, ninja turtles 1

mike tyson :-\

yeah mike tyson was a bitch in punch out. and of course omega weapon, to a certain extent. then every level in f-zero GX was like a boss battle...

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I've never gotten all that far in Zombies Ate My Neighbors and I consider it to be the hardest game ever can someone tell me about the last boss? Even that giant baby is near impossible.

It was some kind of big spider, at least that's what me and my friend thought. You know that powerful weapon, the one that sounds the organ each time its used? The thing took about 10-15 twenty of those and it wasn't even half dead. My friend and I hit it close to 100 times before dying.

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I would have to say Omega weapon from FF5. He was a monster. I've managed to beat all the ones from the other Final Fantasies, including Omega from 8 (without The End, too). But for 5s... I even maxxed all my characters, went back, and he still wiped them out.

Honorable mentions goes to any of the last few bosses from Enix's secret dungeons (Star Ocean, Valkyrie Profile, etc). Nightmares, all of them... Star Ocean 2 had a pretty damn tough final boss... as far as final bosses are concerned. Most of them are cake. FF7s was a complete joke.

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Are you kidding? Star Ocean's final Battles (secret dungeon and all) were a joke.

As for hard bosses... The Astyanax's villain (Thorne or something) was an absolute bitch to beat. Maybe that's just my memory playing tricks on me though, I was only 9 or 10 when I played that game.

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The hardest boss for me is the last boss for Mario RPG. LOL JK, K seriously I think the hardest boss for me would be...the final battle with Sigma on Megaman X4.

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Messiah and Meta-God from Shadow Hearts 1. They're not hard so much as they are cheap. Messiah uses a move called Holy Chest which, in addition to dealing about 250 damage to all my characters, also halves their current sanity points. When all you've got is about 20 Pure Roots to counter that (and he uses it about once every three turns, sometimes twice in a row), you can't help but feel screwed.

THEN there's Meta-God. All of its attacks do between 250-400 damage on all allies, but everything except his physical attack also has an extra effect! His super move drains about 150 MP from all allies as well as dealing damage, his earth move petrifies, water poisons... And his light-elemental attack, yes, damages sanity. And he'll use his super move and the light-elemental move and the earth-elemental move the most. Bleeeeeergh.

I'm just pissed that I'll have to go all the way back to town for more healing items now.

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spider guardian in metroid prime 2. and miguel

Ha ha! Miguel - definitely beat him first try. The trick is laying a Holy Light trap for that battle - he'll only use it at the end, when he's critically low on HP. So you get to rail on him for a turn, beat him, and receive Holy Light in the process!

I'll tell you who was harder than Miguel - Garai. His special tech, whatever it was, that guaranteed a one-hit kill, 700+ damage, was outlandish. Not cool. I think it took me four or five attempts to get Garai.

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I'll tell you who was harder than Miguel - Garai. His special tech, whatever it was, that guaranteed a one-hit kill, 700+ damage, was outlandish. Not cool. I think it took me four or five attempts to get Garai.

yeah, will break and triple slice or somthing like that. those attacks sucked, but i beat him on my first try lol. barely though. he only had like 2 elements so it was easy enough for me to get the field balck and wail on him.

and i beat ultima weapon from ff8 on my first try so i thought omega weapon would be a piece of cake...not quite

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THEN there's Meta-God. All of its attacks do between 250-400 damage on all allies, but everything except his physical attack also has an extra effect! His super move drains about 150 MP from all allies as well as dealing damage, his earth move petrifies, water poisons... And his light-elemental attack, yes, damages sanity. And he'll use his super move and the light-elemental move and the earth-elemental move the most. Bleeeeeergh.

You know, when I beat that game I think it was because I cheated the system. Apparently, there's an ultimate transformation you can get for Yuri that makes the guy pretty easy, but I never got it.

I went into the battle with Yuri, Alice, and the little kid with the slingshot (Halley?) and within two-four turns he had wiped out my two teammates. Luckily, my Yuri was a pretty big tank, so I literally just pounded on the boss with combos and healed when I had to and beat it with just one character. The fight also literally took me over an hour to win that way.

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I'm cutting to the chase on this one.

Game- Android Assault

Spot- Final Boss

Problem- $&*#@%!!!

After a series of stages that are really quite easy (even on "Hard"), this game pulls a demonic SNK move on you. The final stage ramps the difficulty up considerably, but the final boss takes it even further. First, you have to fight two forms. Form #1 consists of a fast moving bullet spray that tracks you, so there's no "safe spot" to use each time the boss fires. This is fired twice, with a missile shot between each spread. Afterwards, it fires a big, quick laser that also tracks where you are. But guess what? The weak spot on the boss is in its mouth, which only opens when it fires this big laser, and you'll only get a couple seconds to hit that spot.

Should you manage to out last this, you encounter form #2. This one has a fleshy set of "arms" above and below you, narrowing your maneuvering room considerably. Various types of bullet and laser shots crop out of the two "arms", and the mouth still fires at you... and you still have to hit it in the mouth.

The sad part is, no weapon can seem to make short work of this boss, so the fight lasts a good while. It's a real pain in ass, thanks to this final area being so much harder than the rest of the game. There have been times where I've used every last continue on this final stage and boss just trying to get to the ending. It's a boss that smacks your ass back down to Earth just as you're thinking you're a shmuping god :lol:

Edit: Typos.

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