When the opponent attempts to attack, Android 17 says "It's all just a game" as he palm strikes the opponent's stomach before roundhouse kicking the opponent away, inflicting a great deal of damage.
Android 17 uses this attack against his creator, Dr. Gero. While disobeying Dr. Gero's orders to destroy the Dragon Team, Android 17 and Android 18 discover a new model and decide to activate him. Dr. Gero heavily protests, saying if they do not obey his orders, then he will shut them down. However, as Android 18 prepares to activate Android 16, Dr. Gero turns around and angrily shouts at Android 18 to not release the Android. Android 17 then attacks Dr. Gero with the "Endgame" rush, impaling and decapitating Dr. Gero's head over to the Z Fighters, much to their shock. Android 17 flies over and crushes Dr. Gero's head, thus killing him.
In Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13!, Android 17 uses the attack to kill Dr. Gero.
Video Game Appearances
Endgame was named in the Raging Blast sreies, where it is one of Android 17's Super Attacks. Instead of impaling and decapitating the opponent like in the series, the attack just consists of Android 17 punching his opponent in the stomach and then kicking his opponent into the distance.
- Dr. Gero's rant to 17 during the technique varies between the various mediums the attack appeared in.
- In at least the Funimation dub for Goku's Assassin, Gero admonishes 17, and then reminds him that, as he was the one who gave him and 18 life in the first place, he most certainly could take it away if he so desired, and then after being decapitated, Gero, pushed to his limit, declares he is now mad at the situation.
- In Super Android 13, he denounces Android 17 and 18 as being even worse than dogs, citing that at least the latter party obeys their masters, and then laments his inability to control his creations after being beheaded.