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Still. Omega Weapon from FF8 was a bitch...I don't think Ruby or Emerald compare to him. Especially when you get him to 300 HP and BAM! Terra Break and your party is dead.

But...What about Sephiroth from Kingdom Hearts? He was a S.O.B., Still haven't beat him.

Or how 'bout on the super hard difficulty on full turbo on SFII turbo, M.Bison? As a child, I could never beat him...Not even now!!

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Oh, man, yeah, Sephiroth, man. I'm not talkin' idiotic lil' FF7 battles, i'm talkin' about Kingdom Hearts. I just wanna beat that sucka, though, cause i have the Japanese version, where you get the One Winged Angel keyblade for beating him. Okay, top three hardest bosses for me are: 1. Sephiroth-KH 2.Swatter-B,VB 3.Galda-RDMM, sucka!

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How is Sephiroth on FFVII hard when you're lvl 99. If you wanna make it hard. Be no higher than lvl 60 and use no materia whatsoever. Thats a challenge.

I just recently finished Mario and Luigi Superstars on GBA. How nasty is Cackletta at the end. You start with 1HP each and have to dodge some of her attacks before you even get a chance to heal. I died about 5 or 6 times before I could blink. That was hard.

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Ok no matter what any of you say, I know for a FACT who THE hardest boss to ever star in a video game is.

Ever hear of an old NES game called "Time lord"? It was actually made by Mattel. Yes the toy company.

Well. The game goes pretty smooth until you get to the 3rd level. While traveling through time you somehow end up in the wild west with cowboys shooting bullets up your ass from all directions. Well, if you manage to survive the level, you are rewarded with meeting the HARDEST BOSS IN VIDEO GAME HISTORY! I KID YOU NOT!

Basically, the boss is this gigantic Mexican looking dude with a poncho, sombrero, and a six-shooter.

I think I remember fighting that bastard. Your story about fighting him portrays the hideous agony that is fighting him.

I still couldn't help but laugh my ass off at the memory of what sad boss that was.

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omigod Omega Weapon.

Speh in KH doesn't even compare. Kurt Zisa was WAAY harder than Seph.

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I just fought Bloody Mary in Terranigma. Every single attack I used only did 1 hp of damage, and every time she hit me I lost 20% of my hp. I had ten magic spells on me, and somehow, miraculously, one did more than 1 hp. I went back to town and bought a bunch of copies of the spell and finally took her out.

I can't believe this topic is still going...

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Seph-man in KH was a bitch.. Took forever. Gigas in EB if you dont know what your doing lol ( that was my case the first attempt.. lasted about 2 hours). and Omegaweapon on FFVIII.. OW was the only " secret" boss i couldnt beat.

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We should skip boss and go right to game.

Gradius V

I beat it with 12 credits used on very easy. The game is a beast I tell you!

Rockcrusher (level 5 boss)

Evil on Hard :twisted:

The asteroid level right? If its the boss that catches all the rocks, then yea youre right, hes tough. Sometimes im able to get into the area where the switch is and the rocks prevent him from shooting the "diamonds" at me. If someone beats that game on very difficult and makes a vid of it, then they are god in my eyes.

The game might be harder for me because im playing with my friend and with 2 spaceships at a time is hard to keep track of stuff. I haven't been able to sit down with the game and play it because my ps2 has the disc read error problem and I have yet to fix it, so I can only play it at his house. Im a really big fan of the game (as well as series) so I suggest this game to all of you who like fast pace 2-d space ship games (also have a ps2 without the disc read error problem)

While on the subject, does anyone have the plans on how to fix my problem with the blue bottom discs. Please link the site if you do.

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The Majin Fiends from Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne.

Some of 'em are absolute whores.

I'm glad I'm not the only one that can complain about how some of those bosses were complete bastards. I can recall a couple of instances where I was literally forced to fight a fiend to progress with the story and it required at least five levels over what I had to even put a dent in its health.

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I've got 3.

First.

Velius from Final Fantasy Tactics. You can't uberlevel with Tactics because every NPC that you fight is 1-2 levels higher then you. Second, Velius starts off with 3 Ultima demon he-bitches that enjoy summons as much as Velius himself. You were lucky to get a few shots in on him before he wiped you out. Since you don't have Cid, this boss is the hardest in the game, including St. Ajora at the end.

Second and third.

This isn't so much the bosses as it is the games themselves. Gradius V and Ikaruga were so hard I went to sleep with tears rolling down my cheeks. If I wasn't weeping, I was as frustrated as a porn star suffering from impotence.

Getting past the FIRST LEVEL in Ikaruga ranks above figuring out nuclear physics formulas in your head. Gradius wasn't as bad until the third level or so, when you had to destroy a boss that had like 3 forms. (I'm not sure if he had anymore since I kept dying.)

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HAHA, Omega Weapon is Easy (FF8). Just make sure your characters have 255 agility with auto haste and put the game battle speed on slowest. Use auras and you get at least 6 or 9 limit breaks in one of his attacks. Easy. You could make it really hard by putting the speed on max. Then he will hit you around 3 times before you even think of your next move :(

I saw my friend get whooped by Omega Weapon (FF5 I think, could be FF4). I never fought it but that could be one of the hardest bosses of all time. It looked as so from where I was sitted.

I gave up trying to complete Metroid Prime on Hard cause of the massive Pirate thing (can't remember his name). That was a hard battle. I don't even wonna attempt Meta Ridley. Uh uh, no way.

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I think I posted something here before my computer croked...

Anyways, I'd have to say Genobee from Armored Core Nexus. Hes a friggen beast! Normally, he'd be pretty simple, however, he doesn't have to deploy to fire his high power grenades. The reload time on those grenades has no real impact on him either, since he can be flying and firing.

Another boss, or group of them is in Armored Core 3, or Armored Core 2 Another Age. There is one mission where you have to explore some new area. You get 1 easy enemy at first. Then you get another one, then another one, I do believe there are 3 of them. They're only difficult because you don't get repaired or more ammunition through it.

Warhammer Dawn of War... Anything involving 2 squiggoths is hard.

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Final Sephiroth when you are at lvl 99 in FFVII. Impossible.

Only if you really don't know what you're doing... it's really not that hard at all. Sephiroth was actually very easy. Just throw everything you have at him, how could you possibly lose?

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Velius from Final Fantasy Tactics. You can't uberlevel with Tactics because every NPC that you fight is 1-2 levels higher then you.

Now...I haven't played FFT for a little while now, but I seem to remember that the only NPCs that leveled up along with you were the ones you met in random battles on the world map. It seemed like the ones in story sequences had fixed levels.

Because I specifically remember power leveling really, really early in the game (right after you visit the castle, and set out to clear some bandits out of a town) and destroying everyone there with my Calculator, Samurai, and Ninja while Delita and the other NPCs waddled around at, like, level 5.

But I might be wrong...and yes, Velius was a bitch and a half. I had to start my entire game over because I saved RIGHT before the fight with him, and (as everyone knows) you can't go anywhere else when you do that.

Anyway, to stay on topic...

Ricardo Martinez in the Arcade mode of Hajime no Ippo 2: Victorious Road (a.k.a. Victorious Boxers 2) has got to be one of the most impossible "bosses" ever. I've heard of people going through upwards of fifty matches without even knocking him down ONCE. Your punches hardly even faze him, and of course he can send YOUR sorry ass to the canvas with only one or two punches.

The only proven solution seems to be to cheese your way past him by initiating your slow-mo special and then throwing nothing but uppercuts to the body. And even then, you need to be landing about fifty to a hundred of those per round, along with avoiding every single one of his punches, before you can even THINK about beating him.

What's that, you ask?

Have I beaten him?

Goodness no.

I can't even get to him.

I can't even come close to winning the rematch with Sendo, for the Japanese title.

As far as I can recall, he's got a height, weight, and reach advantage on poor Ippo (who I suck with anyway!) and can stagger me with just a few hits, while nothing I throw can even slow him down. If I try to dash in, I eat a monster combo. If I try to duck and weave to avoid his punches, he shrugs off everything I send back at him and staggers me with another combo.

Lord, Arcade mode is frustrating.

I can destroy just about everyone I face in Boxer's Road, but Arcade just kills me.

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I've got 3.

First.

Velius from Final Fantasy Tactics.

Uh. I beat Velius in two hits last time I played. Maybe the first time you play him, he's hard, but when you figure out to Accumulate/Yell (or whatever) with Ramza during the previous fight, you can just walk up and kill him. It works REALLY well with a Two Swords ability.

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I beat Velius in two hits last time I played. Maybe the first time you play him, he's hard, but when you figure out to....

See?

That's the catch.

Sure, he's easy as pie once you know what's coming so you can properly prepare for it, but when it's your first playthrough, and you don't know that there's one hell of a battle coming up immediately after the one you've just completed...

And, while they're not "hard" by any means, some of Namco X Capcom's bosses can be quite infuriating, what with their ability to spontaneously get their turns all at the same time, regardless of where they actually sit in the cycle of things. It's almost as if the game says to itself, "Whoops! I haven't screwed you over nearly enough yet! I better let all the boss characters have their turns now", automatically boosting them past everyone else that's been waiting when they should be 14th, 15th, and 16th in "line".

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I've got 3.

First.

Velius from Final Fantasy Tactics.

Uh. I beat Velius in two hits last time I played. Maybe the first time you play him, he's hard, but when you figure out to Accumulate/Yell (or whatever) with Ramza during the previous fight, you can just walk up and kill him. It works REALLY well with a Two Swords ability.

It's pretty hard to do that when you've saved in-between fights, sport.

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I think I posted something here before my computer croked...

Anyways, I'd have to say Genobee from Armored Core Nexus. Hes a friggen beast! Normally, he'd be pretty simple, however, he doesn't have to deploy to fire his high power grenades. The reload time on those grenades has no real impact on him either, since he can be flying and firing.

Another boss, or group of them is in Armored Core 3, or Armored Core 2 Another Age. There is one mission where you have to explore some new area. You get 1 easy enemy at first. Then you get another one, then another one, I do believe there are 3 of them. They're only difficult because you don't get repaired or more ammunition through it.

Warhammer Dawn of War... Anything involving 2 squiggoths is hard.

SPOLIER ALERT!

AC2 AA was the one you are thinking of...and i almost wet my pants when i encountered the last guy...its an old friend...Remember Nine Ball? From Master of Arena...HEEEEE's BAAAAAACCCCCKKK.... And he is even harder than before

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I know that, I'v beaten every Armored Core thats out there! Any ways, Nine Ball wasn't that powerful, just annoying because of the other 2 enemies.

But thanks, Couldn't remember which one it was.

The very last AC in Nexus was a joke. My all grenade AC destroyed him completely.

Did you have alot of trouble with Genobee too?

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I know that, I'v beaten every Armored Core thats out there! Any ways, Nine Ball wasn't that powerful, just annoying because of the other 2 enemies.

But thanks, Couldn't remember which one it was.

The very last AC in Nexus was a joke. My all grenade AC destroyed him completely.

Did you have alot of trouble with Genobee too?

Torched em

I have beaten every AC game in all 4 and now all 5 core types... Scary isnt it?

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