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- ASCII by Rob McGregor -        The PlayStation 2's only new BioHazard....
   (www.new-blood.com)               (www.capcom.co.jp/gunsurvivor4)

               - Gun Survivor 4: BioHazard: Heroes Never Die -
                         - Resident Evil: Dead Aim -
                              - PlayStation 2 -
                  A Boss Guide by CVXFREAK and Minesweeper
                 Version 1.1/September 20, 2003 (Guide Complete)
              CVXFREAK's E-Mail: FireEmblemPride[at]hotmail[dot]com
              Minesweeper's E-Mail: minesweeper2[at]hotmail[dot]com


01. Introduction
02. Boss # 1: Tentacle Tyrant
03. Boss # 2: Fat Tyrant
04. Boss # 3: Giant Wasp
05. Boss # 4: Female Tyrant
06. Conclusion

01. Introduction

This FAQ may only be found at:


Gun Survivor 4: BioHazard: Heroes Never Die is copyright 2003 by Capcom Co., Ltd.
Japan. All rights reserved for Capcom Japan. This is an unofficial FAQ of Gun
Survivor 4: BioHazard: Heroes Never Die, and should not be confused with any
actual publications approved by Capcom.

This FAQ was written by CVXFREAK and revised by Minesweeper. Unauthorized
reproduction, hosting or  plagiarism of this document is illegal and any of the
above actions will be subject to punishment by lawsuit.

Please e-mail me, CVXFREAK, at FireEmblemPride[at]hotmail[dot]com, or
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English or else I cannot help you out.

And for the record, this game has been released in America as "Resident Evil:
Dead Aim" and not Resident Evil Survivor 4. Please do not send me e-mail on that
issue anymore.

Now, onto Gun Survivor 4: BioHazard: Heroes Never Die Boss FAQ. This Boss FAQ
contains even more detail than the boss strategies seen in my main FAQ for this
game. They're deeper, more detailed and more helpful. So, if you need help with
the bosses of this game, this is the FAQ you should visit.

02. Boss # 1: Tentacle Tyrant AKA T-091

This will be your first true boss fight.  If you're new to the game, it can also
be a pretty hard fight as well, mostly because of the tight time limit.
Basically, every time you stand in front of this guy, it will use an attack to
hit you.  How far away you are from the monster depends on what attack it uses.
If you're very far away, it will do a dashing attack.  If you're up close, it
will slap at you.  If you're at medium or close range, it will do a jumping

This boss seems practically invincible at first, since most shots to the front
of the monster or even the head don't appear to cause any damage.  Fortunately,
it has a weakpoint.  Do you notice that large, beating heart on its back?  You
need to aim for that.  You'll know if you're hitting it when a large spurt of
blood appears.  Unfortunately, this guy keeps turning around so that you can't
get a clear shot at its heart.  So, you should probably use the SHOTGUN here.
The pellets cover a wide area, so you don't need to waste time aiming like you
would with the MAGNUM.  If you're playing EASY, the ASSAULT RIFLE makes a decent

Despite the fact the monster keeps rotating to face you, it tends to pause after
it excecutes an attack.  That's a good time to make your move on the heart.  Get
in front of this guy, and watch for him to start winding up an attack.  Run out
of the way of the oncoming attack, and this guy will fly right by you.
Quickturn to turn around fast.  Start shooting at the heart while the monster is
temporarily paused.

Also, sometimes this guy will fall down when you shoot him in the heart and he
will stop moving for a long time.  Take full advantage of this time by pumping
rounds into that heart while the monster is down.  You need to save as much time
as possible before the countdown runs out.

03. Boss # 2: Fat Tyrant AKA Alpha AKA Pluto

The Fat Tyrant's attacks consist of hitting you with his fists, and a tackle
attack where he tries to fall on top of you.  He also runs very fast, so you'll
have a difficult time outrunning this creature.  Fortunately, this monster has a
major weakness that severely hurts its attack capabilities: he's blind.  Thus,
this monster relies a lot on sound to locate and attack you.  As long as you
move and attack stealthily, you won't get attacked.

The best gun to use here would definitely be the SILENCER HANDGUN.  Since this
weapon makes a lot less noise when you fire it, Fatty won't be able to locate
you by your gunshots.  Aim for the head area where you can see its exposed brain,
because that's its weakpoint.  If you're hitting it, you'll see a lot of blood
spurt out.  You can gather the HANDGUN AMMO sprinkled around in this room when
you start to run out of bullets.

Make sure that while you're fighting Fatty, you use the Sneak Move.  You will
walk much more quietly when you are in sneak mode, so it will be harder for
Fatty to detect you.  Also, never get too close to the Fat Tyrant, because he
has excellent hearing at close range.  Even if you're in sneak mode, he will
still know you're there if you get close to him.

If you do get detected by Fatty though, there is a way to make him lose track of
you again.  However, in order to do this, you'll probably need to sacrifice some
health.  Remember how I said the Fat Tyrant does a tackle attack?  Well,
whenever he uses that attack, he loses track of you again.  So, after he does a
tackle, use the sneak move to get away from him before he can stand up to
successfully escape detection.

I've also found out from the Resident Evil Dead Aim messageboard at gamefaqs.com
that it's possible to use other guns while avoiding detection, but you'll have
to be far more careful than you would have to be with the SILENCER HANDGUN.
First, get a lot of distance from the Fat Tyrant.  Next, watch and see if
Fatty's moving his head from side to side.  That's the cue that he's listening
for you.  NEVER shoot during this time with any gun apart from the SILENCER
HANDGUN, or you will be detected.  Anyway, once you're far away from Fatty, and
you're sure that he's not listening, fire ONE AND ONLY ONE shot from your gun at
his head.  Immediately after you fire the shot, Fatty will start listening for
you again.  Fire two shots and you'll be detected.

When Fatty's severely wounded, you may notice his brain is flopping out from his
head on his spinal cord.  That's the cue that Fatty can't hear anymore, and you
can make all the noise you want.  Also, he won't be able to attack you anymore.
Even better, he's gradually losing health during this time.  You can either
finish off Fatty yourself, or you can wait for his fatal injury to kill him.
Note that Fatty's brain won't flop around on EASY, but he will die a lot quicker.

04. Boss # 3: Giant Wasp AKA Halbred
DIFFICULTY: Extremely Easy

This is the probably the easiest boss in the game.  It will spawn small wasps to
attack you, and it will back up when you get too close to it.  Otherwise, that's
all this monster will do apart from sitting in the middle of the floor while
trying to look scary.

The best gun here would be the GRENADE LAUNCHER.  When you shoot the giant wasp
with it, the explosions will also destroy the little wasps in addition to
hurting the boss.  You probably won't get hit much at all.  I can provide much
more strategy, but this boss is simply too easy, so enjoy it while it lasts.

05. Boss # 4: Female Tyrant

This tyrant is highly acrobatic.  It can do backflips, it can slice you with her
claw when you get up close, and it can also perform jumping attacks.  It also
has two attacks involving electricity.  It can shoot bolts of electricity at you,
or it can charge up electrical energy in its body before unleashing it all into
one big blast.

The only weapon that works on this monster is the PARTICLE RIFLE, so use only
that for this fight.  While it may not look like you're not hurting the monster
when you're shooting it, don't worry because you ARE hurting it.  Never fight
this monster head on, or you'll get killed for sure.  You need to stand next to
the pipe columns in the room and shoot around the corners instead.  If you fight
the tyrant like this, then it won't be able to attack you.  It will be forced to
get around the column to continue the assault.  In the meantime, you can shoot
it up a lot.  Keep staying out of this monster's full view and you'll be able to
win without suffering a scratch.

If you are unfortunate enough to get hit, expect this monster to be cheap by
repeatedly knocking you down as you try to stand up.  If you get caught in this
situation, try to hit the dodge button as your standing up to evade the attack.
Get ready to run for cover after a successful dodge.


This is the second form of the Female Tyrant, and you will have to fight it
twice while you're running through the maze at the end of the game.  Basically,
all it will do is try to move towards you while you're fighting it.  NEVER let
this thing get too close to you, or you'll be killed instantly regardless of
your health status.  Also, watch out when you are in round two with this monster,
since it will start moving towards you even faster later in the fight.

What you need to do in these two fights is shoot the red head that occasionally
pops out of its body.  If you shoot it enough, you'll drive the boss back.  The
head appears and disappears quickly though, so you need to shoot quickly and
accurately.  Two good weapons to use here would be the MAGNUM and the ASSAULT
RIFLE.  I would go with the ASSAULT RIFLE, since you don't have to aim carefully
before you shoot like with the MAGNUM.  However, the MAGNUM will usually send
the boss running backwards with one shot.

06. Conclusion

This FAQ is completely finished. If you have any extra strategies, please let me

Thanks to:

- Rob McGregor for the ASCII above. (www.new-blood.com)
- CJayC for posting this at GameFAQs.
- Stephen Ng for posting this at IGN.
- Peter Judson for posting this on NeoSeeker.
- My mom for forking over the cash for this game.



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