You don’t have to agree with me, but you have to accept these choices as fact, you may not admit it allowed, but in the back of your mind you know I am right. Bar-none, unless you fought a starving grizzly bear with a fingernail clipper, you have not conquered a more difficult challenge in your life than that final obstacle in a pixelated campaign that just keeps you up for 28 hours red-eyed and loaded on Mountain Dew and Spree.
Everyone has a different opinion on boss battles for two main reasons:
- Game preference. If you like RPG and I like FPS we will never agree because we may not have played the same games.
- AI. Bosses do not have progressive intelligence, they do not adapt to your style, you adapt to theirs and battle accordingly. An enemy is coded to fight in a sequential manner with weaknesses, how fast you find and exploit these triggers greatly translates to ease. One you have the timing the enemy stands no chance, typically easier enemies have greater margin for user error.
Through the Fire and the Flames – Guitar Hero III – This song is hard on easy settings, DragonForce guitarist Herman Lee thought it was fun to finger tap through his solos, unfortunately Continue reading