This playlist contains every stage on Extreme with an SSS Rank.
Chapter 5-D gameplay: 1:34
Chapter 5-D epilogue cutscene: 1043
This is it, the final stage. It's a boss battle mission with seven bosses, one after another. It is not difficult at all, because all of the fights are one on one, and here's how to make it easy.
Use Rei. Having her invincibility frames during her melee attack is very useful.
The first five battles are against the copy zombies, one on one, no multi-fight encounters. Just use a Blast shotgun against all of them except for Enami. Shoot each girl, and then as they're getting up, shoot them again to knock them down. Enami's special skill is to not flinch when she's hit, so she will stagger for a moment, but she won't fall. Shoot a rocket launcher at her feet and sprint for distance until she's dead. The copy zombies spawn in this order - Rei, Risa, Enami, Mayaya, and Sayuri.
Next is the boss from the zombie lab. Use a high DPS SMG and open up on him. Dodge backwards when he swings at you. If you mistime your dodge, use Rei's melee attack for the extra invincibility frames. If you see him stop moving, run right. His bull charge attack has his hand on the left, so always run right and it will miss.
Last is Ren. He's solo this time - no interfering regular zombies. Use your rocket launcher, sprint to keep some distance, and shoot at his feet to deal splash damage and stun him. Reload whilst running away in a ring around the edges of the arena and continue shooting the ground in front of Ren's feet. If he catches up to you, dodge to the left and he should miss you. Sprint away if that happens and then continue dealing splash damage.
This mission is not difficult with these weapons and tactics. I got an SSS Rank the first time I played it and then again when I recorded.
I finished recording this game on December 9th, 2017, and during my test run for this stage, I got the remaining few trophies, including the Platinum trophy. I recorded this stage immediately afterward.
I had a lot of fun with SG/ZH, and I'd highly recommend it if you have any interest in EDF style games. I'd rate it as one of my favorites of 2017. Obviously this was a labor of love, as the video set isn't very popular, but what matters was that I had a good time recording and making this playlist, and I hope that at least a few of you got some help from it, or had some laughs watching the cutscenes.
Until we meet again...
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