• The final boss demolishing weapons
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Not sure if it counts, but at the end of Singularity, your TMD gets infinite power, so you can just go trough the end of the game repeteadly using that blast thing, pretty much instantly killing every enemy in your way.
[QUOTE=froztshock;23256811]couldn't you reflect the shots that gannon throws at you with the bottle?[/QUOTE] And in Link To The Past, Agahnim's magic blasts could be reflected with the Net. It's much easier that way, since the net has more room for mistake in timing, and has a wider range.
In the final section of metroid prime 3, you get stuck in corrupt hyper mode. Nothing can really hurt you, except for phazon based attacks which fill up your phazon meter, which you don't want to reach the top or else you get corrupted and die. But you also get infinite energy for the hyper beam so you get to kick some serious ass. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBdM8ffWFUI[/media]
Oh god, I forgot how fucking hilarious the second stage of the final boss in MM is. Why the fuck is it just dancing like that, it looks like a Gnarl from Serious Sam.
[QUOTE=Shibbey;23257823]Oh god, I forgot how fucking hilarious the second stage of the final boss in MM is. Why the fuck is it just dancing like that, it looks like a Gnarl from Serious Sam.[/QUOTE] It just wants to play :v: It moonwalks, that cossak dance or whatever, all sorts of stuff, hilarious to watch
[QUOTE=darth-veger;23250445][media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQ-CrxaxPYo[/media] Dark Cloud - Boss 3 If interested: [url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILRuPSVxETE]Click here[/url][/QUOTE] It was that easy!? I spend months trying to kill that bitch!
[URL]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7TiY_27Xx0[/URL] The biggest sword
I know it isn't totally in the theme of the thread, but the Crissagrim or however its spelled in Castlevania: Symphony Of The Night. Its dropped in the Inverted Library by these ghost thingies called Schmoo. The drop rate on it is usually pretty lousy. Once you get it though, almost nothing stands a chance against you, not even Dracula. When you attack with this weapon, you do like 5 simultaneous slashes in very quick succession. This can be done pretty much as quickly as you can press the attack button. This makes quick work of everything except for the few completely invincible things you encounter.
The onyx sword in Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance. Fuck yeah.
Metroid Prime - Plasma Beam [img]http://metroid.retropixel.net/mprime/obstacle_reddoor.jpg[/img]
[QUOTE=PredatorKing;23262982]The onyx sword in Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance. Fuck yeah.[/QUOTE] Loved that game. Actually played both of them a few weeks ago again. Also, the Crysis TAU launcher
Cower at it's might: [img]http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20091223202810/onimusha/images/9/90/Bishamon.jpg[/img]
[QUOTE=jechtman;23266852]Cower at it's might: [img]http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20091223202810/onimusha/images/9/90/Bishamon.jpg[/img][/QUOTE] Friend of mine had this. He always said it was hard to get or something, never played the series so wouldn't know :v:
The token "Use this to destroy that final boss!" rocket launcher from any Resident Evil.
[QUOTE=Sift;23270028]Friend of mine had this. He always said it was hard to get or something, never played the series so wouldn't know :v:[/QUOTE] Yeah it's pretty hard but once you get it... [editline]10:01PM[/editline] :unsmigghh:
Any of the Tier 3 weapons in Final Fantasy XIII. Provided you can find the necessary Trapezohedrons to create them (DAMN YOU ADAMANTOISES) and once you max out level 10 Crystarium (this requires beating the final boss once), you can get your stats up to an INSANE amount. The good thing about FFXIII is that it lets you play through the final 3 boss fights as many times as you want, so you can beat them once, level up your Crystarium a lot, and then beat them again. Now here's the thing: before you do the final bosses, if you get Tier 2 weapons maxed out for your main party as well as level 9 Crystarium completed, you will find that Barthandelus isn't hard, just tedious, and that Orphan in both his forms is a pushover. When you come back after maxing out Level 10 Crystarium (takes a lot of grinding I can tell you) and getting even one Tier 3 Weapon you can ANNIHILATE the bosses. It's awesome.
Speaking of FF, that goddamn sword in FF7 that you get from killing a boss underwater (it's not part of the direct storyline to kill him). It damages like 9999 and when you encounter sepiroth, he still doesn't die in 1 hit. or 10. or 20.
Also speaking of FF, when you finally acquire the Lionheart in FFVIII and coupled with some proper magic junctioning, suddenly Squall becomes a god.
[QUOTE=G-Strogg;23274000]Speaking of FF, that goddamn sword in FF7 that you get from killing a boss underwater (it's not part of the direct storyline to kill him). It damages like 9999 and when you encounter sepiroth, he still doesn't die in 1 hit. or 10. or 20.[/QUOTE] He levels with you, so I guess that bye a the time you have that sword he'll have a shitload of health. He never was hard enough though, considering all he was hyped up to be it was kind of anticlimatic once you noticed that a megalixir would pretty much cancel out a supernova anyway.
I never managed to kill Ruby Weapon in the end... Not using any of the cheap methods mind you.
[QUOTE=Ohforf;23251035]Boss demolishing weapon? How about everything demolishing weapon, because that's what the [B]BFG 9000[/B] is all about [img]http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c24/Autumn_Nocturne/DOOM/bfg9000.jpg[/img][/QUOTE] You might be able to take out basic enemies easily with this but it can't even kill a Cyberdemon in 8-10 hits, so it's hardly a boss demolishing weapon.
[QUOTE=JesterUK;23274829]You might be able to take out basic enemies easily with this but it can't even kill a Cyberdemon in 8-10 hits, so it's hardly a boss demolishing weapon.[/QUOTE] Agreed. I'm sticking to my Circle-strafing and rocket launcher / plasma rifle / shotgun patterns unless i'm in a particularly sadistic mood. The BFG 9000 is a good room-clearer of normal enemies and useful damage-opener on a boss enemy (Cyberdemon, Master Spidermind), but just eats too much ammo and is so damn slow to fire in a direct fight with a boss. On-topic, Iji has technically two of these. One is the Massacre, gained for having gotten to the end of the game without killing anyone. Although it alone has some overly annoying requirements to use, by that point you can just do a nanofield reboot and re-spend your stats. The other is, funny enough, the more damaging weapon to the final boss; the Resonance Reflector. At the start of the [i]second level[/i], your beginning attempts at hacking net you a Resonance Detonator, which shoots out a forcefield around you with the power of your Strength stat, like an upgraded kick with slow reload. The weapon shines on speedruns with punting enemies and destroying kickable doors without breaking your stride. By upgrading your Crack stat to 4, though, and attempting to mix together your starting Shotgun and the Resonance Detonator, you net yourself the Resonance Reflector, which can deflect all the attacks that aren't melee or instant-hit. [sp]The final boss, General Tor, fires at the end of his patterns, a large energy ball. Using the Reflector, this does the absolute most damage to him. Failure to knockback several of these in a row results in him possibly using an instant kill move.[/sp] So yeah.
That black-hole gun from Unreal 2, nothing stood in its way.
[QUOTE=Hufterkruk;23277117]That black-hole gun from Unreal 2, nothing stood in its way.[/QUOTE] I think the same was like Singularity Cannon or something along those lines. Pandora's Box in DMC4. Thing fucking annihilated everything.
AA12 from killing floor. its shreds lesser foes and chops down the patriarch with a few mags
[QUOTE=XanaToast.;23283549]AA12 from killing floor. its shreds lesser foes and chops down the patriarch with a few mags[/QUOTE] On this note, the M32 grenade launcher. Can kill the Pat in about a mag and a half/two mags.
i was playing KF a minute ago and that wasnt the case it took about 3 and 3 quaters of a mag to kill it you might play it on a differant difficulty
[QUOTE=SamPerson123;23250607]In Resident Evil 4, there's a laser you get from beating the game on hard mode. You need to charge it for a few seconds before each shot, but it can kill anything (including all of the bosses) in one hit and can go through enemies.[/QUOTE] The infinite rocket launcher was easier to get and just as good. As long as you didn't aim it directly at your feet ofc. There was also the chicago typewriter. Infinite bullets with about 10 dmg per bullet or something. Theres the handcannon aswell. 99 dmg per bullet and infinite ammo.
I remember all the boss weapons in RE4. The laser was a fucking poser gun made exclusive to the playstation. Handcannon and typewriter were the most fun to use.
[QUOTE=KnightsMove;23273617] Trapezohedrons, Crystarium blah blah blah[/QUOTE] hahaha what the fuck. No seriously, that is the sort of thing that would come out of a parody
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