1:The last boss of Mass Effect 2. Not saying what it was cause thats a big a spoiler but it was friggin epic. 2:Fable 2. Lol jk, it sucked. I'd have to go with Lost Odyssey's Gonogra. Man that game was cheesy but it was good.
@Voltage: It's too bad the people wanted to remake it so bad. The new one, although it has better graphics, will never equal the N64's version. I like the N64's version by miles. (I hate Daniel Craig's face; he doesn't look like a James Bond).
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That battle was like the most awesomest battle ever. The music kept pumping you up, and it was Zero's last battle in the whole series. I mean, his quote... "I never cared about justice, and I don't recall ever calling myself a hero. I have always only fought for the people I believe in. I won't hesitate... If an enemy appears in front of me, I will destroy it!" Holy shit, do I need to say more...
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Our Falcon, who art in Mute City, awesome be thy moves.
Thy meme has come, thy pose be done, on Earth as it is in The Internet.
Give us this day our Falcon Punch, and show us your moves
As we show our moves to those against us
Lead us not into Marth, but deliver us from Black Shadow.
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I'm going to second Dark Falz as being one of my most memorable Final Boss Fights, but I'm also going to provide video of those who've never played PSO (Click here- no that's not me playing). I think part of the reasons that made this boss so great when playing is that the game built up on encountering this guy so much that when you finally get to the area you know where he's at, and seeing that peaceful meadow, well... it's something. Then you touch the monolith and the ground starts screaming. The music is really great too IMHO.