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Submitted by Ewok 598d ago | opinion piece

8 Amazing Final Bosses in Video Games

Luke Greenfield writes: "Ah, I miss the old days when video games almost always climaxed with an epic fight against a 50 ft beast of death. Nowadays, it’s either a plot-twist, a lot of enemies that seem to materialise out of thin air or a cliffhanger to make room for an inevitable sequel that clogs up our list of releases in the industry we live in today. But there are still some games which end with an amazing fight, and here is a list of my personal favourites." (Culture)

feedurhabit  +   598d ago
Wesker was the boss? I thought it was that boulder

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