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Mega Man X4 Zero Playthrough - Sigma (14/14)
July 7, 2007
Here we are at the final boss sequence. I hear people say this is very hard with Zero all the time, and I can never figure out why. I beat the first two forms without taking any damage, which isn't exactly anything special. I took some damage in the final part, most from that pesky yellow floating head that I often have trouble dodging. Sigma's gun toting form on the right side is ridiculously easy though, so long as you remember that Ryuenjin is once again your best friend. I was a little slow with the Sigma head form on the left side though, partly because I can never reliably do damage to him during his debris spitting attack without taking damage myself, so I usually just wait it out in the upper right corner. As for his other attack, Shippuuga is pretty useful while you're dashing away from the spikes.
I also avoided using the "dash cancel" technique during this battle (and the entire playthrough).
So yeah. Thus concludes my X4 playthrough with Zero. It was kinda fun to make, and hopefully someone out there struggling with Zero may benefit from it. Thanks for watching!
These videos are not intended to be a speed run or perfect playthrough of the game. It's mainly just to demonstrate my techniques (which aren't really anything special) for completing the game with Zero. I mostly made this because I was bored, and because after hearing people talk about how hard this game is with Zero all the time, I figured it'd be convenient to have video demonstrations of how I do things handy. I usually tend to make excessively stupid mistakes as soon as I try to record anything, but I think these turned out decently.
This is the original PlayStation (PS1) version of Mega Man X4, running on a PS2 connected to my PC. Record with Windows Movie Maker 2 in Windows XP SP2.