June 20, 2013

30-Day Angel of Darkness Challenge Day 20: Least Favorite Boss?

From good guys to bad, who/what is your least favorite boss and why? Lots of choices here: The Cleaner, Boaz, the Proto-Nephilim, Brother Obscura, that crappy giant fish mutant that only seemed to crave the blood of PlayStation gamers, Eckhardt, Karel? Have I left anybody out?

Brother Obscura screenshot
Brother Obscura screenshot courtesy of Katie's Tomb Raider Site.

7 comments:

  1. Mine is most definitely Boaz, for the reasons I mentioned in my comments on Days 1 and 6. So difficult, so hideous, so taxing on my ancient PC. Still, the feeling of finally beating her was priceless.

    I haven't played the game again recently. I wonder if beating her/it will still be as hard now that I've beaten the serpent in Legend and the centaurs in Anniversary. ;)

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  2. Boaz, the infamous beast that kept me from completing the game! I once thought that I was the only one having troubles with this boss. Boy I was wrong! I mean, the idea and setting for the boss is very good, but also most of the others are. The controls... oh well!

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  3. The Proto-Nephilim is a bit rubbish. Brother Obscura was a good puzzle. But the best and the worst boss was Boaz.

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  4. Boaz was the most annoying thing in video game history.. just kidding but you get the point I'm sure. :P

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  5. Oh, Boaz for sure. Die slime queen die!

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  6. Brother Obscura. I actually stopped playing TRAoD when I couldn't avoid him and snatch the painting. When I finally beat the boss, I was sooo happy but I wouldn't want to do that part again.

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  7. Urgh, Brother Obscura. When I saw that picture I actually got annoyed. That's how difficult and annoying he was.

    Boaz I can't remember being too bad (story consequences aside). The fish thing was a bit annoying but really, Obscura was just the pits.

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