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  • Welcome, Toe watch, Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10.

  • Funniest boss fights and video games.

  • But before I cleanse this planet for good, I'm gonna avenge my daughter.

  • Please, my Lord, Let me live.

  • I'll never go back there again.

  • Drop your weapon.

  • Yes, for this list will be looking at some of the most hilarious big bads we've encountered over the years.

  • Some of them will be end bosses, so be warned that there are some spoilers.

  • Did a different bad guy have you cracking up?

  • Let us know in the comments.

  • Number 10 Francis Super Paper.

  • Mario Francis isn't like the hulking monsters and sinister maniacs who make up most of the video game worlds.

  • Roguesgallery ah, geeky chameleon who spends most of his time on his laptop.

  • He's perhaps one of the least intimidating bosses you're ever likely to encounter.

  • Theo, Closer our heroes get to him.

  • The more pathetic he becomes, describing his kidnap victim as his Onley offline friend and setting his fort security So that Onley quote Francis or hot babes can enter when this leads to him coming face to face with Princess Peach.

  • He immediately becomes tongue tied after losing that fight.

  • He actually pops up again later on but doesn't fare much better.

  • He's the kind of villain that it's hard not to laugh at.

  • Number nine.

  • The End Metal Gear Solid three.

  • Snake Eater Do you hear me?

  • Snake?

  • I am the end.

  • I am here to send you to your ultimate fate, like cardboard boxes and elaborate geopolitical conspiracies.

  • Wacky boss fights are a trademark of the metal gear solid franchise, and the third game brought us the world's oldest sniper.

  • The end.

  • I have already slept enough for one lifetime.

  • While the player can engage him in an epic, nail biting sniper battle, they can also just set the internal clock on their console forward a little and watch him die of old age.

  • It's the same sort of meta gag which made Psycho Mantis such an iconic boss in the 1998 game, A psychic who would taunt the player about the contents of their memory card.

  • Psycho Mantis could only be defeated by switching control reports you used the O wasn't able to read the future number eight Bob the Killer goldfish earthworm Jim franchise.

  • When your hero is a space traveling worm, it's always going to be a challenge.

  • To provide them with an antagonistic was even sillier than they are.

  • Enter Bob the Goldfish.

  • Confined to his glass bowl, Bob is jealous of gym suit and plots to steal it for himself.

  • Naturally, Bob can't put up much of a fight and relies upon his feline bodyguards toe battle Jim on his behalf once his goons have been dispatched.

  • The actual showdown with Bob tends to be a bit of a comic anti climax, never more so than when Jim simply grabs Bob out of his bowl and swallows him whole.

  • Number seven.

  • Handsome Jack Borderlands two.

  • Stop us if you've heard this one before, Ah, crooked, one time casino owner becomes president, boasting of his own importance and denigrating everyone else around him.

  • Way are, of course, talking about handsome Jack.

  • But before I cleanse this planet for good, I'm gonna avenge my daughter.

  • He's a monster of a man who gleefully threatens people's lives for not bringing him pretzels quickly enough.

  • Quick, with a clever line and demented Lee committed to his own vision of personal greatness, Jack sure is evil, but he's also very entertaining.

  • Like a true villain, he remains monologue ing, right up to the moment the player puts a bullet in his brain.

  • By that point, you may have grown so font of his egotistic ramblings that you almost don't want to pull the trigger.

  • Almost.

  • You wanna prove me wrong?

  • You want to stop the greatness that is handsome, Jack.

  • Well, come and get me Number six Jinro Coup.

  • Ghosts of Tsushima.

  • You want to fight me?

  • Yes, it's the only way, If that's your wish.

  • Except with its painterly visual style and somber echoes of Akira Kurosawa films, Funny isn't really the first thing that comes to mind when you think of this samurai epic.

  • Ghost of Tsushima, however, still knows how to pull off a great gag once in a while.

  • E don't want to die.

  • I surrender when General Koo challenges you to a duel.

  • The scene is perfectly set for a classic sword fight.

  • The two fighters stare each other down under the moonlight on a quiet hillside, slowly unsheath in their blades.

  • The tension builds steadily up to a breaking point, and then General Koo throws down his sword and begs for his life.

  • It's a perfectly executed bit of Indiana Jones ish misdirection.

  • I know.

  • Please, my Lord, let me live.

  • I'll never go back there again.

  • Number five Loathe Secret of Monkey Island like Chuck, is an undead pirate captain with a devilish mind.

  • Ah, horde of ghostly crew mates at his command and a few nasty voodoo tricks up his sleeve.

  • All things considered, he should make for a formidable foe.

  • Having gone through the classic video game bad guy playbook of capturing the Heroes, Girl like Chuck makes it all the way to the altar with his kidnapped bride to be.

  • When our hero guy Brush crashes the party, however, he discovers that Elaine has already rescued herself rather than an epic battle the player than gets drawn into a verbose insult match.

  • Thankfully, this is a talent that guy Brush has been honing with his insult swordfighting lessons earlier in the game.

  • Mhm Number four, Colonel Autumn Fallout three.

  • You again.

  • I can't say I'm surprised you and your you seem hell bent on destroying everything our government has worked to achieve.

  • There's nothing to stop me from killing you this time.

  • Let's end this you've trudged across fallouts or radiated wasteland and survived countless deadly encounters, making all kinds of grizzly moral compromises in the process.

  • Finally, you're standing face to face with the man responsible for starting the whole thing, Colonel Autumn Stop now Are you out of your mind?

  • There's nothing else to be done.

  • We will push forward and we will prevail.

  • While gamers might have expected some sort of epic showdown with the Games, Big Bad Fallout three chooses to play it as a dark joke, allowing the player to use the VAT mechanic, take aim at Colonel Autumns head and blow him away like they would any other enemy.

  • Ultimately, autumn is just another human being, not a super villain or a monster.

  • This makes for a grimly funny anti climax.

  • If that's not really your style of comedy, you do get the chance to insult him for a bit.

  • First, the chain of command must be appealed.

  • I wouldn't expect you to understand Number three, Rabbit Kong, Mario and Rabbits Kingdom Battle, Yeah.

  • Oh, combining the odd world of Super Mario and those raving Rabbit's was always going to lead to a lot of bizarre sights.

  • The games subversive sense of humor, however, is all part of its overall wacky charm.

  • And nowhere is that more perfectly encapsulated than in the boss battle against the hulking Rabbit Kong.

  • After scaling a giant tower in preparation for his last stand, Rabbit Kong is unceremoniously toppled by a chaos hungry, rabid peach.

  • He still manages to pose for a selfie on the way down, though.

  • Uh huh, mm hmm.

  • Number two.

  • The great Mighty Poo conquers bad for a day.

  • There are few games in existence as infamous as conquers bad Fur Day.

  • The games plots he's conquer, trying to make it home to his girlfriend after a night of heavy drinking on Lee to find himself pursued by the Panther King as he gets increasingly sidetracked from his main mission, Conquer faces off against all kinds of bizarre bad guys.

  • But nowhere is the games childish, weird out sense of humor.

  • More overt, however, than the battle with a great mighty pu Ah, huge supply of fish comes from my chocolate starfish.

  • How about some sketch, you little twat?

  • It's not a nickname.

  • He's a literal pile of opera singing excrement who must be defeated using toilet paper and a great mighty flush Gross.

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  • Number one.

  • Morgan Freeman, South Park.

  • The Fractured Butthole I wouldn't do that if I were you.

  • You're digging your own grave kid in true South Park style.

  • The hardest boss fight in the whole game comes courtesy of someone no right minded human being.

  • Whatever dream of tussling with That's right, we're talking about the man who convincingly voiced God himself.

  • Morgan Freeman.

  • It's an optional boss fight, but the player best be ready should they choose to take on the beloved actor.

  • If signature moves like the glistening freckles don't get you the million dollar bitch slap just might.

  • The game has lots of hilarious showdowns, but this one most effectively captures the what the heck of my watching feeling of all the show.

  • It also makes for one of the most unforgettable boss fights in recent memory.

  • You have potential kids Maybe I'll leave the old taco shop to you in my will.

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