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The main story is complete, but the epilogue is not. If you received the line under these conditions, then it was likely a glitch, though someone else might have more information on what triggers the line. Raiden Fighters 2 has one called Red Eye. As such discussion is important, do remember to add the discussion page to the watchlist, if need be. In Iji , after you have beaten the game once, you can use a switch to make the final boss much harder. The first, if you complete the first five missions with an A ranking, is a Sequential Boss fight with the "Relic of Moirai", then if you manage to achieve and maintain an S ranking through there, you get to fight his Very Definitely Final Form. Fatal Frame 2 usually ends with a fight against "Rope Man" aka the Kusabi.

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Of course, given the sheer difficulty of both him and the level before him, it might as well be required to get the Philosopher's Stone to fight him. A Tale of Petty Revenge , finding Serena's Robot Buddy Balzac in the first five levels grants access to a sixth level where she escapes from the Space Prince's planet, culminating in a spaceship-vs.

If you missed Balzac in even one of the levels, the game ends after you defeat the fifth boss, with Serena barely escaping capture from the Prince's remaining forces. Last Raven features several multiple endings, but there is one extra mission taking place after the "true ending" where the player becomes the last remaining Raven alive.

The mission is given to you by an unknown client and proposes for you to fight one last Pulverizer designed specifically to fight against you in the Intercine. The Pulverizer in question is a palette swapped, suped up version of the one fought in that ending and your reward for beating it is what is arguably the best head part in the game.

In Mitsumete Knight , you get to fight the leader of the enemy army, Wolfgario the Ravager , in his unmasked version if you have killed all the Generals who have appeared before him during the game. He's not more powerful than his masked version, but still follows this trope well, as his defeated animation in battle is different: Birth by Sleep has three scenarios for the three main characters, and each scenario has its own Final Boss.

The true final boss, though, is fought in the Final Episode accessed by collecting all off the Xehanort reports throughout the three scenarios as Aqua, fighting desperately against the crazed Big Bad Xehanort possessing her friend Terra's body. Final Mix takes it a step further with the Secret Episode.

This takes place during Aqua's time in the Land of Darkness, where she fights off many pure-blood Heartless such as Shadows, Neoshadows and Darkballs until she faces a new unnamed boss Heartless. Also, this is the only time Heartless are fought in the game at all!

The Super Robot Wars games that feature "skill points" optional challenges in each level often have a harder final boss as a "reward" for completing most or all of them. Also, in Impact , you fight Char Aznable in his Sazabi if you get 50 skill points out of Alpha 3 gives you the Final Boss of Alpha 2 as a friendly reinforcement. Note that the Alpha 3 reinforcement is full-powered.

No Redemption Demotion degradation. Under the player's full control. It has more HP than anyone so far has bothered to try to find out, and is essentially unkillable. Super Robot Wars W gives you the "true" ending on a second playthrough, including Critic piloting the true final boss, guarded by four copies of the previous final boss, and Applicant in the Val Arm showing up to help you.

Super Robot Wars Z2 has a variation if you reach the final boss with enough Points to be on Hard Mode, you are given the option to fight him at level 99 instead of his standard level Sore mo watashi da indeed. Dragon's Dogma has two forms of this; an optional final boss that's an undead form of the game's initial final boss, which is so overpowered that it requires the combined efforts of every other player with an internet connection to beat it.

You also fight the Seneschal which is basically God at the end of what's referred to as the 'post-game' to get the true ending. Nocturne had a fight like this against the Biggest Bad of them all, Lucifer. You have to complete the optional and extremely hard Labyrinth of Amala dungeon to fight him.

Even crazier, his entire justification for the fight is to prepare you for a war against the Greater-Scope Villain of the series: Overclocked , Devil Survivor 's Updated Re-release , adds three new final bosses for the new 8th Days: Record Breaker adds a new story arc with a new final boss, Canopus.

Persona 4 does this twice. At first, it looks like the final boss is Kunino-Sagiri, aka Taro Namatame. If you don't toss him into the TV , eventually you discover that the true final boss is resident bumbling detective Tohru Adachi and a random godly entity called Ameno-Sagiri. But if you go to the Junes food court after saying your goodbyes , it turns out the true mastermind behind everything is the gas station attendant you met at the beginning of the game, aka Izanami.

And yeah, you fight her at the end of the true final dungeon. The sequel series Mega Man Star Force recently switched this up on us: It's a fiendishly difficult super-version of The Rival. Star Force 3 just gets weird with this.

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As normal, getting every star lets you fight the super form of the final boss.

However, inputting secret passwords lets you fight your Rival's new super form, and the super forms of the Bonus Boss , the Bonus Boss of the last game, and one of the new bosses. Not only that, but if you go through a long gauntlet of Wi-Fi matches which is hard with all of the DCers , you can fight yet another secret boss and earn a secret star.

In the Fire Emblem series: Mystery of the Emblem , if the player collects all the Starshards as well as the other 4 spheres, Marth finds out that his quest to defeat Hardin was just a distraction so Gharnef could revive Medeus. The Binding Blade , defeating Big Bad King Zephiel with all the gaiden chapters completed and all legendary weapons intact unlocks a few extra chapters, pitting you against The Remnant and culminating in the real final boss fight with Zephiel's literal Dragon , still under orders to carry out his ultimate plan.

Path of Radiance has something of an anticlimactic final boss on Easy and Normal mode, but he springs a cruel surprise on Hard mode: And it's still your turn , meaning any units that attacked him are unable to act until your next turn! Adding to that, only six characters can actually inflict damage on him before he resurrects, of whom you can only have three at once. Eagle-eyed players might suspect something is amiss going into the final chapter, as there are less enemies on the map than in Normal mode.

Have fun Level Grinding. Fortunately, his health is also decreased slightly for every time you killed the head while fighting Bizarro Sephiroth. Ultimately, his health, normally 80, HP, can range from 55, to , You only meet him after getting all the Kanto badges which only become available after beating the normal final boss and going to Mt. After you defeat him, you get the second "ending", and the credits roll.

Giovanni, the main villain of first games in the series. To even reach him, you need to go through almost every villain in the series, all of whom are packing Legendary Pokemon and one of whom who also has access to Mega Evolution. Giovanni himself is a formidable threat: Beating him is extremely hard but feels very good. The Second Story , doing a seemingly totally random Private Action will release the "limiter" on the final boss, jacking up his stats and making him nigh-impossible to beat without ridiculous level grinding in the bonus dungeon.

Baten Kaitos Origins typically ends with a slightly anticlimactic but still stupidly hard battle against Verus. If you defeated a certain optional boss, though, Wiseman shows up possessing Verus's corpse and reveals himself to be The Man Behind the Man.

The true final battle that ensues is much more climactic and satisfying. Minstrel's Song has an optional True Final Boss. If you manage to acquire all ten Fatestones something that requires quite a bit of planning and cannot be accomplished until you have cleared the game at least twice , you can offer them all up to the final boss, vastly increasing his powers.

The jump in strength for each stone beyond the fifth gets larger and larger, and the jump to the tenth is what makes 10FS Saruin a True Final Boss. The Final Boss is your main character fighting against his friends trying to snap him out of making a Heroic Sacrifice.

The only way to fight the True Final Boss is to increase one character's Relationship Values with the main character to maximum, releasing him from the hold of his powers. The latter italicized to avoid confusion given "physical form" is the True Final Boss. Cursed Memories has a rare example of this rare for the series anyway, which tends much more towards Bonus Bosses if you go for the Worst Ending.

Compare with the previous fight with an enemy at level And unlike the other storyline fights with enemies at this level, you're supposed to win this one. Granted, it'll take a lot of grinding of a sort just to unlock this fight, but it can still catch you off guard. Luckily, there's a way to back out of qualifying for this ending.

Which is a good thing, as your reward for victory is some Nightmare Fuel. A Promise Unforgotten puts you up against against a different, much higher-leveled final boss if you clear the second-to-last stage using only the main character at level or higher.

You fight the messengers of God. Unfortunately, your reward is a Downer Ending. In Record of Agarest War , after spending how many hours in the game, you'd think Summerill is the final boss. Recruiting all three goddesses in the original Hyperdimension Neptunia will significantly increase Arfoire's stats. Recruiting all sixteen playable characters in The Reconstruction won't cause you to fight a completely different Final Boss , but it will make the Final Boss go One-Winged Angel and lead to a harder fight.

This is required to get the Golden Ending. Tales of Vesperia does a variation of this. Duke normally has two forms; however, if you happen to have collected all of the Fell Arms in the game, he will resonate with them for some reason , becoming the Radiant Winged One. Goku Gekitouden that plays out the well known Namek arc.

Only if you reach the end below a certain level do you reach the final battle where Goku turns Super Saiyan to fight Frieza. Strangely, completing the game will unlock Super Saiyan Goku as a playable character in the game's tournament mode either way, even if you never saw him in story mode. In Dragon Ball Z: If this happens, and Vegeta is still around, Vegeta will turn Super Saiyajin as well and attack Goku after Frieza is defeated.

Uncommon Time does this, though it's just a souped-up form of the regular Final Boss. After clearing the two Bonus Dungeons , the Distortion will have been allowed to grow for enough time to manifest directly, giving it a different appearance and more powerful attacks including Arietta's, Altair's, and Chantal's Limit Breaks from Grand Pause.

After defeating Necron the credits roll and you unlock the ability to replay past chapters taking different routes, but it also turns out there's more story if you keep going on the route you've already taken. Play through that and you'll learn who the real villain has been the whole time and get another credit roll. Players can sense it coming, both from the story and from the fact the main character doesn't unlock his 3rd and final ultimate attack prior to defeating Necron.

Automata has perhaps the most bizarre final boss in gaming, as your final opponent to get Ending E is the end credits themselves. The final boss battle is essentially the playerbase Raging Against The Author until they provide a happier ending to the game. In Octopath Traveler , if you complete all 8 characters' stories and complete two specific series of sidequests, you'll unlock a new area that ties the characters' stories together and ends with the true final battle against Galdera, the 13th god of Orsterra that had been sealed away by the other If you play the Story Mode in Soulcalibur 3 normally, the final boss will be Abyss, but if you find the path to Olcadan and defeat him without ever continuing instead, you'll get the dreaded Night Terror as your final opponent.

Bison in one shot and then take you on if you beat every previous opponent without losing a single match. Street Fighter IV moves it up a notch, having Akuma as a true final boss, then the harder to reach Gouken as the true true final boss, likely as a nod to the old "Sheng Long" rumors.

In Chapter 7 of Rival Schools , the player must defeat either Raizo or his brainwashed partner with a team-up combination attack in order to win the match. By doing this, the player will then be taken to the true final boss of the game, who happens to be Hyo Imawano, the nephew of Raizo and the true mastermind behind the game's story. Both games of the Star Gladiator series use this particular trope very well.

In Star Gladiator , the player must beat the game within a specific amount of time in Arcade Mode so that they can go on to fight the true final boss of the game, or else they'll get a false ending when they defeat Bilstein. In Plasma Sword , whether or not you get enough Battle Ability points from within Arcade Mode determines your character's ending.

If they don't have the specific amount of Battle Ability points needed when you get to Stage 8, they get an abridged false ending, while defeating the eighth opponent and having the specific amount of Battle Ability points grants an extra special battle against each character's True Final Boss, which yields the extended, true conclusion of that person's storyline.

In the first Bushido Blade , to get the true final boss, you had to not get hit at all. There was a way to skip most of the opponents by running to a certain area of the map, take your opponent's legs out so they can't follow you, and jump down a well, which makes you fight only one more opponent before going onto the bosses. You still have to avoid getting hit to get the "real" ending for each character.

The game's normal "boss", the Queen, is nimble, has the ability to spawn other Queens via a hostile takeover of another blob , carries two unbreakable claws to your one sword, is smart enough to avoid your swings, and can be beaten samurai style. The Razor Queen, on the other hand, is a colossal scorpion-looking thing with four huge claws that has an annoying penchant of turning you into Ludicrous Gibs.

The "Master Program" in Battle Circuit. You have to finish the game in one credit or get a high enough score. Melee and Brawl have Crazy Hand in Classic Mode, who will appear alongside Master Hand only if the difficulty level is set high enough and certain other conditions are met.

Melee 's Adventure mode has similar conditions for fighting Giga Bowser. Beating him earns you a trophy and the sight of Bowser's Adventure Mode trophy actually falling into the abyss, then exploding into a million tiny fragments. In Super Smash Bros. Master Giant a humanoid being , Master Beast a scorpion-like being , Master Edges an array of swords , Master Shadow a Mirror Boss , and ultimately a defenseless orb, or on the Intensity 8.

The number of forms that it uses varies depending on the difficulty. In Fatal Fury Special , if the player defeats every opponent in only two rounds without ever losing, there will be an additional match against Ryo Sakazaki from Art of Fighting after defeating Wolfgang Krauser. Likewise, Art of Fighting 2 has a younger Geese Howard as a secret final boss under the same conditions.

In Fatal Fury 3 , the player can only face the Jin Brothers if he has a high enough score after beating Yamazaki. If he makes it to Chonshu, then Chonrei appears if you had a grade of B or higher after beating Chonshu. Otherwise, the game gives the player a Bad Ending , in which Chonshu telepathically taunts the player, saying that he's not interested in someone who had to struggle so hard against Yamazaki and that he'll gladly meet up with them again in the future once they improve themselves.

In Real Bout Special , if the player has a score of over , after beating Wolfgang Krauser, Geese Howard appears to challenge his character in a special "Nightmare" battle. If the player loses to him, it's a Game Over with no continues. Alfred, the protagonist of Dominated Mind. In Mark of the Wolves , Kain R.

Heinlein only appears if the player has a high enough grade after beating Grant. The King of Fighters loves this one, too. You only get one chance to beat him, and that is literally almost impossible unless you absolutely know what you're doing. Basically, teamwork is key. Lose one set and it's Game Over.

Win and you unlock them for regular play. A variant of this existed in 97 ; when playing as the Hero team, if Kyo was the one that finished Orochi off, you'd go to a bonus battle with Iori. In , depending on how you defeat Kusanagi , you fight either Adelheid or Mukai.

If you get to the final team battle without enough points, the bad ending plays where it's hinted Saiki rewinds time and tries his initial Orochi resurrection plan again. Getting there with the right amount takes you to the final fights with Saiki and Dark Ash. If you beat I-no in Guilty Gear XX Slash or Accent Core without continuing, and getting at least 10 Overdrive finishes, she creates a portal and transports you to the past, where you fight Order Sol, an alternate version of Sol Badguy that wears Ky's jacket and doesn't use his trademark Fireseal sword.

The character is available from the start, but the CPU Order-Sol is faster, stronger, and regenerates his exclusive charge meter. Not only that, he has an exclusive super move called Flame Distortion which is basically his normal Dragon Install on steroids. It regenerates his health faster than I-no, increases his power and speed even further , and gives him an unlimited super meter and charge meter.

And it lasts for double the time of a normal Dragon Install 15 seconds. Oh, and you can't continue against him don't lose or it'll be an instant and real Game Over! Dissidia Final Fantasy , once you finish the story mode and defeat Chaos , you unlock Confessions of the Creator, which reveals a side of the game's story previously only hinted at, and leads up to the combination True Final Boss and Bonus Boss , Feral Chaos.

Defeating him unlocks the game's true ending as well as the ability to play as him. Upon the final match, certain requirements need to be met in order to fight the true final match, including score, getting the mid-boss before the final match Bison or Geese , and accomplishing various ways to finish a match with a super combo.

See StrategyWiki for full details. If you don't get the requirements, the game stops after the last team match. If you got enough, you fight either Akuma or Rugal chosen at random. Under ordinary circumstances, Battle Arena Toshinden ends with a generic "you win" message following the defeat of Gaia.

But if the player makes it all the way past Gaia on Hard difficulty or above without losing a match, the battle with Gaia is followed by a battle with Sho, followed by a character-specific ending after Sho is defeated. Digimon Battle Spirit has a partial example: Fulfilling certain conditions would cause Impmon to replace the Digimon you were supposed to fight beforehand, which acts as an SNK Boss complete with power-nerfing as an unlockable.

However, he doesn't entirely fit the trope because he's a midboss, not a final boss. The trope was more properly done in the Japan-only expanded version. If you get to Milleniumon and beat him without losing once, it'll transform into ZeedMilleniumon. This version of Fei-Yen is always in Hyper Mode, but with no downsides and increased stats.

SVC Chaos has two true final bosses: Failing to meet them would give you a generic, text-only ending stating your character was never seen again. And you only get one shot at these final bosses. If you lose, then your character gets transformed into something which varies depending on whether you fight Athena or Red Arremer before giving you the generic, text-only ending.

If you clear Arcade Mode in BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger with 10 or more Distortion Finishes and no rounds lost, you get the displeasure of fighting Unlimited Ragna, who has triple health and permanent Blood Kain. And in the console versions of Continuum Shift , beating Hazama with the right amount of Astral Finishes and without losing a round rewards you with a fight against Mu Unlimited Mu, that is.

Hazama doesn't get a TFB. In The Bouncer , you fight Dauragon three times. The first time, he ties a hand behind his back and still hits pretty hard. The second time is the final boss fight, and he's pretty tough. The third time, as the True Final Boss, he decides he doesn't need to hold back at all , and will easily pummel you with moves you haven't seen before.

There is even a fourth version of him where he is even more powerful, but you won't see this version until you have beaten the game three times though. With only two exceptions, each character's story mode lets you fight Yukari if you beat the previous five stages without continuing, and then lets you fight Suika if you don't continue against Yukari.

If you don't fight Yukari, you get a bad ending, and if you beat Yukari but don't fight Suika, you get another bad ending. Naturally, the two characters without True Final Bosses are After you get more and more information about what's going on in Duel Savior Destiny , the last route finally has you go up against God on his own turf, since he's responsible for everything even if he didn't do anything directly.

Otherwise, he'd just set events in motion again and try to destroy all of creation. Shadow Jago a Superpowered Evil Side of token hero Jago in the Killer Instinct game appears only after you've earned all three of a character's endings and then beat the game with them on at least Medium and without losing, finishing the sixth match with an Ultra Combo. Many games in the Castlevania series have bosses that lead to an abrupt ending if you don't meet a specific requirement, such as equipping the right item to see through an illusion Castlevania: Symphony of the Night , or reaching an otherwise unreachable boss Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow , etc.

Dracula has a secret 3rd form in Castlevania: Saving Maria is not a requirement. After you beat the 2nd form again, he reverts to his original form and sprouts 6 demon butterfly wings and vanishes. He then proceeds to fire bats, fireballs, meteors, turn into a wolf, and use his own version of Richter's Hydro Storm. It's a lot harder than it sounds. In Cave Story , if you do all the contrived stuff in the alternate route , you'll get Ballos after you defeat the Undead Core.

It's only made worse by the fact that you can only save immediately after Undead Core and then have to make your way through a Brutal Bonus Level and yet another nontrivial new boss, the Heavy Press who can come out of nowhere and still kill you even during his death animation! A variation occurs in Metroid: In Shantae and the Pirate's Curse , failing to find all of the Dark Magic will make the game end after the first phase of the Final Boss fight, leading to a Bad Ending.

Collecting all 20 Dark Magic will unlock the True Form of the Pirate Master where he grows to Kaiju size after stripping Shantae of her pirate equipment , which leads to the True Ending. In the Bullet Hell Metroidvania Rabi-Ribi , the final boss, Irisu, or 'Alice' , only shows up post-game in a locked area - though hints to her true nature are revealed throughout.

In order to face the True Final Boss and get the best ending in Hollow Knight , you need to acquire the Void Heart in a late-game sidequest and use the Dream Nail on the final boss when prompted. Getting the Void Heart and not using the Dream Nail actually gets you an even worse ending than the default. Completing the Godmaster DLC culminates in one final challenge: The Pantheon Of Hallownest, a massive Boss Rush against every single boss in the game, including both the original and upgraded versions of certain bosses, culminating in a fight with Absolute Radiance, the true form of the True Final Boss of the core game.

Beating her unlocks a brand new ending. In World of Warcraft , the Ulduar raid instance has an extra boss called Algalon the Observer that can only be fought after beating several other bosses in hard mode. Reportedly, he is far more difficult than Yogg-Saron the normal final boss and to make matters worse, will despawn if not beaten within an hour of the first try and won't come back until the instance resets.

Algalon the Raid Destroyer. He feeds on your tears. As a boss, Yogg-Saron without any keepers was far harder before the recent onslaught of nerfs. Lore-wise, Algalon could wipe out Yogg-Saron and call it a day, but doesn't want to as it could destroy the world. Another example happens in the Trial of the Crusader raid, where an NPC starts congratulating the players on completing the Trial One reason she's notable is that normally, Heroic mode fights are exclusive to raids.

If you do Bastion of Twilight on normal mode, the final boss is Cho'gall, who was a fairly tough but doable boss. Beat his much more difficult encounter in heroic mode? The raid's not over, now you have to face the heroic-exclusive fight of Sinestra, a much more demanding fight. In the Firelands, Ragnaros gains a fourth phase on Heroic, healing to half health and using entirely new mechanics.

Now there's another true final boss in Mists of Pandaria. After you defeat the Thunder King Lei Shen in heroic mode, you're then given the opportunity to fight a creation of the Titans named Ra-Den. Kingdom of Loathing 's final boss is normally the Naughty Sorceress, who has three forms. Corman in "Zombie Master".

She is replaced entirely by the Avatar of Boris in "Avatar of Jarlsberg". If you collect each class's drop so 12 fights and then combine them, wear those, and enter the Temple immediately, instead you fight Dad Sea Monkee; or at least whatever he's channeling. With the fairy queen secretly smiling a pretty creepy Slasher Smile into the camera from behind Ribbon's back, revealing that she's still being possessed by Dark Matter.

Once you do have all the Crystal Shards, the Crystal shoots a big beam of light at the fairy queen, driving Dark Matter out of her body. Dark Matter retreats to the center of the galaxy, and you chase after it and infiltrate it. After you get through the absurdly easy platforming bit, Dedede launches you into the air, and you fall through a void until Ribbon catches you.

The Crystal turns into a gun, and a grotesque-looking cherub thing drops its disguise to reveal itself to be a resurrected Zero, hell-bent upon kicking your ass. You also can not retreat from this battle. In Ultra, there's the True Arena, a powered up version of the Arena unlocked after defeating the following semi bonus bosses.

Here you will face powered up versions of some of the bosses as well as the three mentioned bosses. Once Galacta Knight is beaten, you'll see an epic cutscene showing Marx still alive floating in space and merging with the debris of Galactic Nova. He transforms into Marx Soul , a souped-up resurrected Marx, and you will fight him.

Triple Deluxe , completing the main game unlocks a postgame mode where you play as King Dedede and fight powered up versions of previous bosses, ending with a fight with Dark Meta Knight from Amazing Mirror. However, if you're only expecting a powered up version of the original boss fight, you're in for a surprise.

Planet Robobot , the format is similar to Triple Deluxe. Clearing it on the Infernal Crisis difficulty will grant you access to the highest dificulty, Soul Melter, featuring Void Soul replacing Void Termina's fourth phase , which was originally the game's True Final Boss. However, an update added a new mode called Heroes in Another Dimension.

The Ghosts 'n Goblins series always required you to play through the whole game twice in one sitting to get the right weapon to kill the Final Boss , but Ultimate Ghosts 'n' Goblins spiced things up by requiring you to find "magic rings", often hidden in impossible-to-reach places, to open the doors leading to Astaroth first and Hades later the latter one requiring ALL of the 33 rings.

If you collected every crest and item, the final boss, Phalanx, would reveal a new form far more challenging than the previous ones. If you beat this and sat through the credits, you got a password unlocking an even harder final boss, Dark Demon , who could be defeated for a different ending. Warrior Within had a final fight with the Empress of Time if you just made it that far.

If you collected all of the nine health upgrades scattered about, you get the Water Sword and it leads to an Alternate Ending that is much more satisfying, fighting the previously unkillable Dahaka. The Two Thrones confirms this to be the canonical ending. In Super Mario 3D Land , the real final boss is Dry Bowser, who's fought at the end of Special World 8, although this battle is essentially just a harder version of the penultimate Bowser boss from World 8 and nowhere near as elaborate as the regular Final Boss.

A much tougher final challenge lies tucked even further away into the post-game than this fight. New Super Mario Bros. Her true form, on the other hand, is much more difficult in comparison. The main games usually open up a similar final boss battle by beating all of the branching storylines. Reaching round 2 of the penultimate boss fight without losing a single round will let you turn into Super Sonic, becoming invincible.

Sonic Heroes made you beat all four storylines and collect all seven Emeralds before you could face the final boss, Metal Sonic. Sonic Advance 2 required you to both beat the game as all four characters and collect all Emeralds as Sonic logical, but not intuitive, leading to many false understandings of what actually was required before you could face the Giant Space Flea from Nowhere that kidnaps Vanilla for some reason.

This is made worse by how you reach the Special Stages in this game although the stages themselves are usually easy. This gets particularly annoying in Shadow the Hedgehog , where there are ten endings that must be seen before the final stage opens up, some of which are pretty tough to reach unless you come through a certain penultimate stage.

And the trend continued with Sonic the Hedgehog , where you must complete the three different storylines, each of which had their own different final bosses, to unlock the last episode where the three hedgehog heroes after the worst level in the game take on the ultimate final boss.

In Sonic Adventure , clearing the six campaigns for each character opens a "Super Sonic" campaign, which consists mainly of travelling to key areas in the Mystic Ruins hubs and watching cutscenes before the final confrontation with Perfect Chaos. Sonic Adventure 2 only had two storylines to beat to open up the Last Story compared to the six in Sonic Adventure , four in Sonic Heroes , and ten in Shadow the Hedgehog , but made up for it by having a super-long level five parts, each using a different character and a difficult boss fight without the use of Super Mode before the obligatory Super Mode final fight.

Examples from the Mega Man X series If you clear the game on Hard Mode, on the other hand, then upon trying to advance beyond the final stage results screen causes static to appear, followed by the Boss Warning Siren kicking in. After an introduction cutscene, you'll be taken to the secret Stage , which pits you against Ultimate Armor X and Awakened Zero , with whatever weapons you've cleared the regular Stage 9 with if you selected any, that is.

Super Meat Boy has a second, much more difficult battle against Dr. Fetus once you beat most of the Dark World levels. To reach Wonder Boy 's eighth area and its true final boss, you have to collect all of the dolls hidden in each level, which can be nigh-impossible without a game guide.

Donkey Kong Country 2 and 3 both have a second boss fight with K. Rool after unlocking and completing all of the Lost World levels which requires collecting everything in the game. In Iji , after you have beaten the game once, you can use a switch to make the final boss much harder. This is literally done by activating the "make the boss harder" console accessible via teleport right before him.

And the game even warns you. Amazing Princess Sarah lampshades this trope after you beat the regular Final Boss by telling you that "You are not strong enough for the Greater Lilith. Beating the entire story mode of Dr. Mario 64 in one sitting without continuing would pit you against Vampire Wario if you were Mario or Metal Mario if you were Wario.

Once you actually reached this point, you could continue and retry the match as many times as you liked. Beating them unlocked the code for S-Hard difficulty. In most versions of Puyo Puyo Tsuu , racking up , points before reaching the final stage, without using any continues, replaces Satan with Masked Satan as the final boss. The game challenges you to try this if you beat the game normally.

A special ending occurs if you can beat him, but frustratingly not in the Mega Drive version. Tsuu also has a secret reverse example of this if you really go out of your way to suck. If you can manage to beat every opponent on the first floor without scoring enough points to advance to floor 2, you're pit against Masked Satan Note that this is only possible in versions of Tsuu that require 30, points to advance to floor 2.

Loading the SAVE file will display a blank screen name. The player can only choose the "Continue" option, as any attempts to choose "Restart" will be ineffective. In this SAVE, the protagonist begins in a seemingly endless dark void. As they walk north, they find a SAVE point. However, when the protagonist interacts with the SAVE point, their SAVE file is erased, the dialogue box itself being repeatedly cracked as though it is being rammed and as if the dialogue box exists in the playing world and not just as a user interface.

Flowey's face, much larger than normal, then bursts through the dialogue box. He states that once he absorbs the seventh SOUL the protagonist's he will become godlike, and proceed to show everyone the "REAL meaning of this world," which is kill or be killed. He also reinforces the fact that the protagonist will not be able to use their SAVE file to escape to an earlier part of the game, stating that he will "SAVE over [the protagonist's] own death.

The protagonist is then thrust into battle against Photoshop Flowey, after a cinematic showing the approach of the creature as a black silhouette on a red background. While this occurs, " Your Best Nightmare " plays. This fight is not RPG-oriented but instead is based more or less entirely on a bullet-hell encounter. Photoshop Flowey attacks in a multitude of ways: This action causes the white bullets to be replaced with positive green bullets which will heal the protagonist.

They do so by providing the protagonist with more than enough healing projectiles to fully heal them, and by reducing Photoshop Flowey's defense to 0. The SOULs will now be assisting the protagonist by sending them a healing item at times while allowing the protagonist to deal a decent amount of damage as well.

The fight will continue until they reduce Photoshop Flowey's HP to 0. When the protagonist does defeat Photoshop Flowey, he feigns panic and curses the protagonist for defeating him before simply reloading FILE 3, a save file he created at the very beginning of the fight.

This action, of course, results in Flowey and also the protagonist regaining all lost health. He then taunts the protagonist by killing them and then reloading the save file 32 times. After jeering about how helpless the protagonist is, he then dares them to call for help.

An ACT button will appear for the protagonist, and pressing it results in a call for help. Nothing happens, leading to Flowey saying the infamous line " But nobody came. However, when any one of the bullets hits the protagonist's SOUL, it fully refills the protagonist's HP, and any remaining bullets instantly vanish. Confused, Flowey attempts to load an alternate save file, but to his horror finds that he is suddenly unable to do so.

The human SOULs then exit again and fight back against Flowey, draining him of his power and destroying his new form, reducing him to his regular form as a battered flower. After this, the protagonist will have the option to either spare or kill him. If the protagonist kills Flowey, he remarks "I knew you had it in you!

However, he returns to kill Asgore in the event of a Neutral Route re-run, asking if the protagonist thought killing him would make a difference and stating that he will come back every time they load their SAVE. If the protagonist spares him, Flowey insists that he has not changed at all, telling the protagonist that he will kill them and everyone they love if he is allowed to survive.

Repeatedly pressing MERCY causes Flowey to become more and more confused and frustrated at the fact that he cannot understand why the protagonist is merciful to him, despite his moments-ago attempt to kill the protagonist and his threats towards the protagonist and their friends.

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