Best Mario Party 10 Boss BattlesThe best boss battles in Mario Party 10. With that being said, here's the list.
The Top Ten
Kamek is my personal pick when it comes to boss battles in Mario Party 10. Maybe even one of my all-time favourite mario party bosses? Yeah I think so. It's just so addicting and has great difficulty and fun.
As the main boss of Airship Central, this battle takes place high up in the clouds. You are in small airships and you must shoot bullets at him. There will be bubbles floating from time to time having bullets in them, so blow them to get bullets and shoot him. Kamek will summon amps and banzai bills as well that you must avoid. It's got a great balance of difficulty, skill and overall enjoyment. It's so impressively skillful, yet super addicting as well. I love that.
The music is among my favourite boss music in the game overall. At least the normal phase. I like the "it's the final boss before the final area in the game" theme the sountrack has, as it makes the boss sorta epic, and it kinda makes you think about the long journey, and you've almost made it to the ...more - darthvadern
Now we're talking epic stuff. Now even if this boss isn't as epic as the Mario Party: Island Tour one, I can safely say it plays a bit better than that one and is a lot more impressive. I still prefer Island Tour's battle due to the amazing music of that one, but this one isn't much different.
While this one isn't set in space, it's still amazing. It takes place on a platform in the middle of a lava lake, and you're all in tanks. You must shoot Bowser's tank 'til it's broken and he'll get sent to the lava. I think this is ve..., wait, you thought the battle ended there? Nope. Did I mention what happens after Bowser is flown to the lava? He grows into a giant, in the form of Dry Bowser and now it gets really epic. It was already epic enough with the soundtrack but now it's the real deal. He's standing on the lava and doing all sorts of crazy stuff. I love it.
The soundtracks help the battle make super epic. The organs and the climax is amazing. The normal phase has parts ...more
This is a super addicting boss battle in my opinion. Maybe even a bit more addicting than Kamek. This was the first boss battle revealed in the game and serves as the main boss of Mushroom Park. And dare I say that I've always been excited to test out this specific boss? It didn't disappoint either. It's super addicting and I love the amusement park setting in the background.
I mean this boss is relatively simple. Just throw a bunch of bombs at him by shaking the Wii remote. However when he opens his mouth, avoid throwing because he'll spit back the bombs then. This is super addicting! I mean it's not like super impressive or anything but it's fun and addicting and that's the most important factor of a boss battle in my opinion.
Now as for the music it might be the most forgettable tune of the game by a long shot. There isn't much melody to it and it's hard to describe which makes me dislike this boss music in the game, the most. And the rage phase is the same but ...more - darthvadern
You throw bombs as fast as you can, luckily, I'm pretty fast at it and so is my brother. I win a lot. But you also have to worry because if you throw one with his mouth open, he spits it back at you.
The time you took to read this is longer then how long I do the boss fight.
The best mid-boss in the game. Heck, it's so good it even beats some standard bosses in the game, that's how great it is. I mean I normally do not like mid-bosses at all, but Airship Central's mid-boss happens to be very fun and interesting.
It takes place on an airship with four cannons on one side, but you start on the other side. There will be labyrinth on the ship you must traverse, yeah, a labyrinth. I normally don't love labyrinths too much but this is amazing here because it's not too hard but rather exciting and competitive as you must get out of it first to get the best cannon, as the last person to get out gets the worst cannon. Outside the ship is Mega Monty Mole found on an air-balloon and that's who you shoot with the cannon. Super fun.
Now like in Mario Party 9, the mid-bosses all have the same music used for their battles, and personally, the normal phase is pretty good, although I prefer the version in Mario Party 9. The rage phase is worse and also worse ...more - darthvadern
Blooper is another great boss battle in this game. It has some similarities to its Mario Party 9 counterpart, as both require motion controls and are the main bosses of their respective water boards. Overall I do think this one is a slightly better though.
Instead of just constantly shooting him, you actually must find pieces of puzzles floating around in the water, to complete a picture, that appearently damages blooper and you get a point. This is such a creative way of fighting a boss it's unreal. It's just really fun trying to find pieces first to get your points. Sometimes Blooper'll spray ink making it harder to see pieces and stuff, but that adds up to the challenge. I just love it so much.
The music may be among my favourites boss themes in the game as well. Especially the normal phase. It just sounds so exotic and underwater-like and I love it. It sounds so awesome. As for the angry phase. It's not as good but I really liked it a lot as well. It sounds pretty ...more - darthvadern
The first boss in the game. I used to not like it at all, but honestly I think it's pretty good. I really like the setting as it takes place on a stage on an amuseent park, with a paper background and stuff, and how you must climb up ladders to jump on Mega Goomba from above. Be careful when you climb though because there will be these waddlewings gliding over the level from tree to tree and if you get hit you lose points.
Honestly I really like this gameplay. For being the first mid-boss in the game it's actually rather fun and interesting, and sorta original. That's why it's not super low on the list. So I place it at #6 - darthvadern
This is pretty fun boss battle. While unfortunately, King Boo is a lot worse here than he was in Mario Party 9 (in which he was the best boss battle), I think he's still pretty good. Now admitted, he can get a bit repetitive in this game though.
As the main boss battle of Haunted Trail, this battle is set in some sort of swamp pit in the middle of some forest, and there are platforms everywhere you jump to. Some platforms have buttons that activate light that damages King Boo and you must jump on as many as you can. It's a bit fun, unfortunately, it can get a bit repetitive at times. I still liked it a lot.
The soundtrack may be the best part. The pre-mad phase is pretty spooky but at the same time it's not too spooky. I like it a lot. The mad phase is a lot faster and more stressful, making it spookier, I prefer the normal phase though. Normal phase is great, rage phase is decent-to-good. The boss is overall pretty good. - darthvadern
This one's a bit boring if you ask me. I do like its gameplay. It's the mid-boss of Whimsical Waters and basically you have three shells that you can shoot. Each player will be located in a corner of a lake, and you must shoot Cheep Chomp with shells to damage her. However each time you shoot her, Cheep Chomp changes direction clockwise and depending on which player she is looking at when time has run out, that player will be attacked by Cheep Chomp, so don't waste all your shells at once. In case she looks at you right before the timer runs out and you don't have a last shell to shoot at her to make her change direction, you will lose points. Ok this wasn't well-explained but I hope you kinda understood the point of the battle.
Overall it's a bit boring but I think this gameplay was very original to say the least. It makes the battle quite exciting and fun at times and it adds up to the excitment. So I think it's generally good, or decent. - darthvadern
Now let me get this off my chest. I think the sledge bros. are among my favourite mario enemies in the franchise. This kinda makes me give this boss battle a few plus points. Overall though I think it's just decent. One of its biggest flaws is its simplicity and unoriginality. It kinda ripps off the Dry Bones battle from Mario Party 9 but makes it more generic, as now you just have to pick a card with bullet bills. That's a bit boring honestly. It doesn't help the setting is a bit boring too. I mean spooky castles are cool but overall the part of a castle this was set in was not so interesting.
I still think this boss is decent because like I said, I like sledge bros., and it can be a sorta fun with friends but overall this is an underwhelming boss and one of my least favourites in the game. - darthvadern
The only boss I think is truly miserable. It's just so boring and irritating. Basically it plays a bit similar to Mega Goomba's battle, but for one thing it's set in a castle.
The irritating and boring part is that this time you take an elevator on the left side of a room, where there are swings, and you must swing yourself onto Mechakoopa. It's literally so hard to actually hit him, that most of the time you either miss him, or land straight into fire that he's breathing. Good gods this is annoying. There isn't a single thing that I like about this battle, which makes me place this boss last as a result. - darthvadern
Shy Guy is one of the boss battles in Mario Party 10, he is very rare like Bowser, Goomba, Koopa Troopa, Donkey Kong, Birdo, Wario, Waluigi, Monty Mole, Bowser Jr, Boo, Hammer Bro, Dry Bones, Pom Pom, Boom Boom, Sonic, Tails and Nabbit.
Dry Bowser is the same weight as Wario and has a good sense of smell.