Best final boss themes on my list
Posted May 16th, 2023 by ElizieAngelina
in The Deepsea Metro (jk, it's Texas.)
May 16th, 2023
1. Solaris Phase 2-Sonic 06 (I know the game is awful and Elise doesn't feel like a Sonic character, but the soundtrack has to be one of my absolute favorites. I mean, Splatoon sort of good. This theme is no exception-it was hard to choose between this and Bomb Rush Blush. The soundrack saved 06.)
2. Bomb Rush Blush (DJ Octavio)/Fly Octo Fly-Splatoon 2 and Octo Expansion respectively (I LOVE Bomb Rush Blush. I once played this song on Squid Beats and didn't even go into any mode, I just...let the music play. Oh, and Fly Octo Fly always will have me pumped. Love both songs.)
3. Severing The Chains Of Fate-Trauma Center: Under The Knife 2 (I know there are probably better themes, but this one has a special place in my heart. This song is just so amazingly crafted. It deserves its place in the Top 3.)
4.The Ultimate Show-Super Paper Mario (This is just so messed up yet amazing. I adore it.)
5. Calamari Inkantation 3MIX-Splatoon 3 (this is a bit low but i still loved it!)
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Can't think of themes, per say, but I can think of my favorite final bosses: (In no particular order)
New Super Mario Bros. Wii- The big Bowser chase is just amazing.
Kirby Star Allies- It just works.
Kirby Super Star- Marx. How much more do I have to say?
Lego City Undercover- Both the final boss fight and the escape sequence at the end are REALLY well done.
Super Mario Odyssey- Same as above.
In other words, those are all the videogames I've beaten, except a few. Look, Pikmin 3 had a good final boss, but it just wasn't a great boss, in my opinion, especially compared to the rest of the game's bosses. But over all, final bosses are really well done, because most of the time, earlier bosses are just kind of samey, except in games where change is a major gimmick, like Odyssey. Odyssey's fights are well crafted, and they all feel unique, as they all seem to work. Another honerable mention is Computer Virus in Kirby Super Star, which is a fake-RPG, but it's fun to play, and for some reason, really relaxing.
But themes? I don't really listen to the music of the final boss, because I either can't find it on Spotify or I'm too focused on the fight, but the music to the ending sequence in Lego City Undercover is just *chef's kiss.* The final boss is either really well done or just really hard if you're focusing exclusively on IT, and not the music.