See, I saw Galaxia as an upgraded Meta Knight and didn't mind him too much, for whatever reason (not that he's easy or anything- heck no). Mask Dedede's not too hard, since his attacks are pretty dodgeable. Let's call Galaxia and Marx Soul comparable. For me, the surprisingly hard boss is that crummy Fatty Whale. He's just too hard to dodge (because he's so big) and he's too unpredictable when he goes offscreen.LordNue said:Marx Soul is literally just a slightly harder version of Marx. He only has two new attacks. If you can beat Marx you can do Marx Soul with no problem. Whereas Galaxia Knight is mostly new. He has a few attacks that are similar to metaknight's but most of them are either much harder to dodge or are completely new. I've always found GK to be harder then MS. Hell even Mask Dedede is harder then Marx Soul in my opinion.Regiment said:
Also Hammer>all of the bosses in True Arena.
Dullahan wasn't that difficult if you had the right trick, actually. But in a straight up fight...yeah. He was a nightmare. Didn't help that he could use the second strongest summon in the game on you.real life potato said:Golden Sun. I flew through the campaign with little trouble. But f*kin Deathbeard.... And in Golden Sun 2, Dullahan is a freaking beast that I will have nightmares about because he is so difficult.
I beat on on my first try with less than a second remaining. I dropped my controller, pushed my chair back on its back two legs and let out a huge sigh of relief. I hated that boss. I didn't think he was hard, I just didn't want to redo it because I wanted to beat him without the missiles to rub it in my friends face (she took three tries without them before finally resorting to using them) and just going at him with my blade arm. I thought the ending seemed rush, which is really my only complaint about the game. Prototype sits amongst one of my favorite games of last year.Two Angels said:The guy at the end of Prototype, I spent two days tryign to beat him only to keep being fucked by the timelimit or some uber attack.
That's Luxord. But Demyx is a frickin pain too. In fact, EVERY Organization XIII member should be given that honor, especially Xaldin. Levels for most Org. XIII members in the earlygoing: late 20s.NameIsRobertPaulson said:Demyx in KH2. The whole battle, where he's turning you into cards annoyed the hell out of me to the point I had to use a guide.
True, though I still can't beat him. I guess I just suck.LordNue said:I, oddly enough, found Sephiroth to be pretty easy in 2. Mostly because of that reaction command thing they put in, the fight basically comes down to "Have short combos and have your finger ready to hit triangle" as long as you have health restoring items and shit for when he does that one move you're fine.
Fuck, I could not (CAN NOT!) get past that damn snake.De Ronneman said:Easy. Don't laugh, finish to get my anger.
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets for GBC.
In the end (spoiler warning... 8 years after the book) you battle the basilisk. This sounds like no biggy, and the boss is pretty easy too, but here comes the kicker.
It is a Turnbased combat system. You have an attack stat, that you never use, for there are no melee weapons, you only use spells. You spent the entire game upgrading those, and I could probably 1 or 2 hit the darn snake with those.
But noooooo, that's not canon, you have a sword. And you can only play as Harry. Hermione gets ripped from your party halfway, but she's almost always absent. Ron stays behind fallen rubble. He has an acceptable attack stat, compared to everyone else's. Harry's attack stat is his lowest stat. Your newly acquired sword uses the attack stat.
You're screwed, unless you use the cardcombo's (essentialy spell scrolls you don't need wands for). It's easier at level 70+, but you don't have that until your second run through, unless you're very exp-grind-happy...