How do I beat mogenar on Bryyo?
I can only beat the first part but Im stuck when he starts charging. any help will be good.
- 11 years ago
Just dropping this here since I just beat Mogenar on MP trilogy for the first time. Took me maybe about two dozen attempts, even after watching Youtube videos to see how it's done. I'm in my early 40s, so I'm not as sharp as I once was, and I'm using the standard Wii remote, rather than any smaller versions, and while I don't have small hands, I find it difficult to hit the + and - buttons to get to visor/hyper modes.
However, after beating Mogenar, I believe it's not so much the speed of beating him as is the _rhythm_ of beating him, so I didn't have to worry too much about not being able to slip into Hypermode "as-fast-as-possible". Like a lot of classic console bosses, once you observe the behaviors of an attack, you should immediately identify it and switch your behavior to defend or counter. For example, once you pelt one of the 3 orbs to make him flinch, you know that this is your cue to switch to hypermode.
Also, something people haven't mentioned that may or may not already be obvious, when this green gassy motion rotates around in front of Mogenar, this is the orbs switching locations. You can more easily guess which orb to continue attacking once you notice this pattern.
What tripped me up the most about this boss is that I wasn't using Hypermode as liberally as I should have been. Like many others who have posted here, Hypermode is really your friend. And once you learn to manage it, Mogenar is actually pretty easy. The things to rememeber with Hypermode are #1 DO NOT let the bar hit full when red, and #2 Do not expend it all the way to zero if you can help it. The emergency beeping sound is actually a good thing, because that means AutoVent will kick in, saving you an energy tank while preventing you from exploding.
But, if you DO run out of energy for hypermode, there is a way to get more via pickups, but I'm not sure what produces those pickups. Just know it's possible to keep fighting and getting replenished for more hypermode attacks.
Seriously, I was about ready to give up, and say I'm simply just not going to complete the trilogy, especially since carpal tunnel kicks in a lot more easily for me in my older years. But I didn't give up. I just got pissed to the point of wanting to beat it. Do whatever you need to do to push you to finish it. I know the game is way over a decade old already, but I still think the MP trilogy is some of the best gaming experiences anybody can have.
- 1 year ago
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