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User Info: slk_23

slk_23
2 weeks ago#1
Because the actual final boss music is just the same thing you heard when you fought Gades for the first time. Yes, I get that it's just supposed to be the music you hear when fighting any of the Sinistrals, but still. This was a very late Super NES JRPG; there were NES games from much earlier that had unique final boss music. I'm not saying that I hate the Sinistrals' boss theme, but it just doesn't make for good final boss music after you had already heard it so many times. Does anybody here agree?
http://i.imgur.com/5ldCA.gif http://i.imgur.com/tvXx8Bh.jpg
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User Info: Then00bAvenger

Then00bAvenger
1 week ago#2
That's because the real final boss are those crystals you have to break

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gyiPK-8hko
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User Info: VileRoces

VileRoces
1 day ago#3
Then00bAvenger posted...
That's because the real final boss are those crystals you have to break

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gyiPK-8hko

Im going to go on ahead and agree with this. Daos is still a sinistral. But attacking the fortress itself... epic.
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