Rob presents our list of 6 videogame bosses that just kept on coming back for more. Can you think of any others? Let us know in the comments!
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I'd argue that better bosses that keeps coming back from both Final Fantasy and Metal Gear would be JENOVA from FF7, and Ocelot from MG. God know the sheer number of times we had to fight them surpasses both Seymour and Liquid Snake
FF10 was one of the best and the last FF in my opinion. Just because one scene is taken insanely out of context, which is actually meant to be awkward, does not undermine the whole game. It had one the best stories along with some of the best characters and music, it had great strategic gameplay; the sphere grid system was top-notch. The only minor downside was that it was very linear which some people didn’t like, but that meant it told a much better story. If you prefer gameplay over story in JRPGs then you need to think where your priorities lie. I hope your taste in video games gets better if you dislike this game. FF10 bleeds with emotion, it’s a tragic tale that’s fits the tone of the end of Squaresoft, it feels quite symbolic in fact.
Xehanort from the Kingdom Hearts series. You know him as many different names, Ansem Seeker of Darkness and Xemnas you know of respectively. Then you have his younger self of 3D and his older self from birth by sleep which is currently possessing Terra's body, and there's also Braig/Xigbar whose under Xehanort's influence, and the 8 other hooded figures (yes I say 8 and not 7 and I know of the failure of possessing another vessel to create the REAL Organization XIII but there's a possibility that he may have found one in KHIII we do not know) his goal is to forge the x-blade (pronounced Key-blade) so he can have full control of Kingdom Hearts. In order to do this he needs to go up against 7 forces of light with his 13 forces of Darkness (as the x-blade was broken into 20 pieces). Hopefully Xehanort will meet his end in the final chapter in the Dark Seeker Saga
Did anyone else notice that when Rob is talking about Seymour battle theme he switches from a Grey PS4 controller to a Red PS3 controller? I only just noticed after watching this video for like the billionth time lol. LOVE ALL THE VIDS ROB! YOU'RE THE BEST!
Rob I love your Friday features. in fact I think I've watched all of them at least 3 times (some of them more, trophy and boss videos specifically) but Nathan I'm sorry to say I don't think this one is gonna do a million views no matter how many times I rewatch it 😞
I know of a boss that comes back a lot cubu sorry miss spell from . hack you kill him once in hack 2. 2 time in . hack 3. 3 times in .hack 4. and then 5 years and a new main hero later he is the last boss of .hack 7 aka . hack gu 3
missing a few characters here... characters like Zagi from Tales of Vesperia XS maybe its just that you dont know it but so far i didnt saw anything from Tales of in the videos (but didnt watched many until now XD)
I would think Gilgamesh from Final Fantasy V would deserve special mention in comparison to Seymour Guado considering how many FF games he has been in by now.. Though in a Storyline point of view.. I remember how annoying Seymour is in comparison to V Gilamgesh when it comes to being a pain-in-the-ass boss..
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