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i have to say that my favorite secret is on the legend of zelda 3 a link to the past. there are actually 5 empty bottles in the game even though you can only carry 4. also just to throw it out there my fastest time completion is 4 hours 27 minutes and 31 seconds with 0 lives lost achieved in the summer of 2001
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the closest thing i have to a best ever secret is the secret map in super smash bros the mushroom kingdom
I think the best secret is probably from the original Mortal Kombat, when you're at The Pit, you see silhouettes flying across the moon, and you get a double flawless, and do the Fatality, and you fight Reptile. Reptile is awesome because unlike future secret fighters, you could do a Fatality on Reptile, and that's what made him awesome, because I could kill him.
Final Fantasy VII, VIII, and X Secret bosses were awesome. They took forever to beat; expected for Nemesis from X which I learned to beat up in minutes. A beautiful full sphere grid for all my characters was a beautiful sight indeed. :)
That was something. When I had the game I run into that unexpectingly. I couldn't beat that boss to save my life whereas everyone else in the game I beat without even trying.
I'd still have to say the secret in Mario RPG The Legend of the Stars where you find the door in Monstro Town is the best. After getting the Shiny Stone from the little mole girl, you open the door to find the most epic looking boss in the entire game, Culex.
I was certainly not expecting this challenging of a boss battle, with Final Fantasy IV music playing in the background. Just plain awesome.
The sacred grounds in cave story. IT'S FREAKING HELL.
For me the best secret in gaming is when the company puts in a secret boss or second hidden story
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My best discovering would be AAAALLL the content of Silent Hill Series... you really have to beat the game more than once to really understand what's going on in that town. It was really amazing that nowadays my friends an I still speculating the full storyline and endings!. And it's a cool features to add on a game. because most of games were kind of predictable and had an easy-understanding story. But not in Silent Hill. You beat one those games once and you got proud to ambrace your friends, but really end know that It's just one freaking part of the story.!!! Or at least, you missed something you haven't payed attention! pretty much like a puzzle!! It's a masterpiece series!! even Downpour is good! (forget about Homecoming)
the best ever secret, in Link to the Past, get the pegasus boots with roc feather then find a single grey pixel against a grey wall, bring it back to a spot in the second dungeon and you get 500 hundred rupees and a message that says- MY NAME IS RICHARD BAYN, AND THIS IS MY SECRET ROOM, best, secret, ever
GTA: Vice City. There's a room with a fake window that you can jump in and there is just a chocolate easter egg. Geddit?!
The best ever secret has to be the Hyrule Castle draw bridge secret. Know how it used to be a pain trying to get those 75 (I think) rupees as child Link in Ocarina of Time? Well all you have to do is go to Hyrule Castle, wait until it turns to night, then stand along the very tip of the draw bridge as it raises. Once it is fully raised all you have to do is carefully run back and forth and you'll get all the rupees you need to buy the damn shield. I think you get 5 red rupees in total, or 100 green ones. Then you can get the sun song and repeat this over and over until you max out your wallet.
The hadouken is best, hands down
Sonic 3 and Knuckles, Debug Mode. All that needs saying from me.
The best video secret I remember growing up had to be the level select glitch in Sonic 3D blast on the sega Genesis. Now back in 1999, I was 5 years old, and my brother and I had the Genesis, and the Playstation and PC and I remember I got the game on Christmas morning along with a Sega Dreamcast from my grandmother. I know the game sucks but I was 5 so it was one of the few sonic games I had but I digress
Okay so my brother knew the code to do the level select but I annoyed him a lot asking him to put it in so he stopped doing it lol. during gameplay, I remember clearly that if you press the reset button on the Genesis like 5 times, on the 6th time when the game loads up. and when you go see the opening to the story, it will go to the level select screen and I would ALWAYS go to the last level and everytime I lost, as long as I didn't turn off the game, I could keep doing the last level over and over again
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