Curious about Twisted Metal: Black and how to beat Minion in the game? If so, then look no further than this guide. The level in Twisted Metal: Black in which you fight Minion, Minion's Stadium, is a relatively small level with no environmental weapons to take advantage of or any repair stations for your vehicle. However, there are two locations where you can find health power-ups: on top one of the closed doors and on top of one of the pillars on the top floor.
To beat Minion in Twisted Metal: Black, you will need:
- Homing missiles
- Fire missiles
- Machine guns
- Sufficient health
- Destroy Minion's front and side panel shields. In order to eliminate Minion in Twisted Metal: Black, you need to knock out his shields, or else you won't be causing any significant damage to his vehicle. Destroy the panels on each side of his vehicle, starting with the front and sides as they are the easiest.
- Destroy Minion's rear panel shield. This may cause you some damage as it's harder to destroy than the front and side panels above. Become invisible, wait for him to go past you, then fire at his rear panel. As an alternative, you can also simply cheat by using the invincibility code, or you can quickly circle around him by leaping off any of the arena's blocks as he drives up the ramp.
- Finish Minion off. Now that you have successfully disabled Minion's shields, the most effective way to kill him is to keep on driving around the stadium's upper level section as you fire backwards at him. It's essential that you keep on moving for this part, otherwise you'll take too much damage from him. Don't let him get too close to you either. Just use your most powerful weapons first and then finish him off with whatever you've got.
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