|They had that background of Kyoto Tower and they had to use it somewhere.|
|He likes to do things no one else can.|
|His depth perception must be something else.|
There isn’t too much to say about Goza design-wise. It’s probably based on the legendary ship-wrecking Kraken, hence the giant ship it’s latched onto. The markings all over its body and heads coming out of its eyes give it that demonic vibe and it looks like they're made to resemble a body, with the eyes acting as the breasts and tentacles as the arms and legs. Otherwise it’s your typical giant octopus/squid. Fighting it is where it gets interesting.
|I could just pinch those little cheeks.|
|You're silly Hikage.|
I’ve always liked the sense of pacing when a game’s finale goes from fighting a giant behemoth to a smaller-scale duel on the ground because it kind of condenses that sense of power into the skills of the combatants. Metal Gear Rising, Viewtiful Joe, Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 and Kingdom Hearts 2 all do this and they have some of the best final bosses of all time.
|And to think you can use this on the other girls in Estival Versus.|
Now that they’re at their final battle, Homura and Asuka both unleash their limits and enter their super forms: Ultimate Asuka and Crimson Homura! It’s the biggest show of power in the game and the ultimate fighters on the cover of the box have been saved for the climax! That is how you deliver on a final boss!