History AdaptationalBadass / VideoGames

7th Aug '16 6:43:57 AM LadyJafaria
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** Virtually ''every'' character counts; except for some jokes that can't do anything (like the Gonk Droid and Han Solo In Carbonite) is an example because ''everyone'' is playable so ''everyone'' needs to be capable of fighting, even if they didn't do much in the original story...[[GameplayAndStorySegregation or in the cutscenes of the game itself]]! So you can have [[Film/LordOfTheRings Sam]] taking out hordes of orcs [[FryingPanOfDoom with a frying pan]].
6th Jul '16 8:05:13 AM salvadorfranz
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** [[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsJudgment The Granteed]] mech itself in ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOriginalGeneration The Moon Dwellers''. Granteed, at best, was a GameBreaker in its original incarnation thanks to the gameplay but it was just another mech the Fury have made. Come ''The Moon Dwellers'' and it now houses the soul of the Fury's guardian god, and as the Granteed Dracodeus, it supposedly has the power to take on [[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsD Perfectio]], a being who can't even be killed as it is the incarnation of despair itself. Finally, ''The Moon Dwellers'' ends with the [[MidSeasonUpgrade Granteed Dracodeus]] [[spoiler: destroying the indestructible [[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsAlpha Cross]] [[VideoGame/EndlessFrontier Gate]].]] Fans now see the machine as one of the most powerful machines of the entire series.

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** [[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsJudgment The Granteed]] mech itself in ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOriginalGeneration The Moon Dwellers''. Granteed, at best, was a GameBreaker in its original incarnation thanks to the gameplay but it was just another mech the Fury have made. Come ''The Moon Dwellers'' and it now houses the soul of the Fury's guardian god, and as the Granteed Dracodeus, it supposedly has the power to take on [[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsD [[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsDestiny Perfectio]], a being who can't even be killed as it is the incarnation of despair itself. Finally, ''The Moon Dwellers'' ends with the [[MidSeasonUpgrade Granteed Dracodeus]] [[spoiler: destroying the indestructible [[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsAlpha Cross]] [[VideoGame/EndlessFrontier Gate]].]] Fans now see the machine as one of the most powerful machines of the entire series.
6th Jul '16 8:04:57 AM salvadorfranz
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** [[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsJudgment The Granteed]] mech itself in ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOriginalGeneration The Moon Dwellers''. Granteed, at best, was a GameBreaker in its original incarnation thanks to the gameplay but it was just another mech the Fury have made. Come ''The Moon Dwellers'' and it now houses the soul of the Fury's guardian god, and as the Granteed Dracodeus, it supposedly has the power to take on [[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsD Perfectio]], a being who can't even be killed as it is the incarnation of despair itself. Finally, ''The Moon Dwellers'' ends with the [[MidSeasonUpgrade Granteed Dracodeus]] [[spoiler: destroying the indestructible [[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsAlpha Cross]] [[VideoGame/EndlessFrontier Gate]].]] Fans now see the machine as one of the most powerful machines of the entire series.
31st May '16 1:55:11 PM Willbyr
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* ''Super DragonBallZ'' had a small cast of characters compared to the likes of ''VideoGame/DragonBallZBudokai'' or ''VideoGame/DragonBallZBudokaiTenkaichi'', but one character playable only in ''Super'' in particular stands out: Goku's wife, [[UnexpectedCharacter Chichi]]. In the original manga and anime, she hardly does any fighting after becoming a mother, and yet here she is, Power Pole and Bansho Fan in hand, throwing down with the likes of Frieza, Cell, and Majin Buu.

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* ''Super DragonBallZ'' Anime/DragonBallZ'' had a small cast of characters compared to the likes of ''VideoGame/DragonBallZBudokai'' or ''VideoGame/DragonBallZBudokaiTenkaichi'', but one character playable only in ''Super'' in particular stands out: Goku's wife, [[UnexpectedCharacter Chichi]]. In the original manga and anime, she hardly does any fighting after becoming a mother, and yet here she is, Power Pole and Bansho Fan in hand, throwing down with the likes of Frieza, Cell, and Majin Buu.
30th May '16 6:01:25 PM sampacm
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* The FightingGame ''VideoGame/PhantomBreaker'' and its spin-off BeatEmUp called ''Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds'' have TeenGenius Kurisu Makise from ''VisualNovel/SteinsGate''; Kurisu is the only normal human but she's able to fight and keep up with supernatural opponents using nothing but lab gadgets, and a fighting style based on [[KickChick kicks]]. She's also one of the two characters who have two supers.
20th Apr '16 8:33:08 PM immortalfrieza
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** The two Supersonic Warriors games do this to almost every character in their story modes. It goes anywhere from small examples, like Cell becoming strong enough to beat Super Saiyan 2 Gohan with ease before going on to obliterate Majin Buu, to CantCatchUp OutOfFocus characters that completely lost relevance as early as the Frieza Saga like even [[MemeticLoser KRILLIN]] becoming powerful enough to go toe to toe with Majin Buu and even win on their own.
20th Apr '16 4:54:19 PM N8han11
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* ''VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTournamneFighters'':

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8th Apr '16 12:21:06 AM morenohijazo
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* ''VideoGame/MinecraftStoryMode'': The Command Block is depicted as an extremely powerful artifact with properties that can greatly empower a Wither. ''Minecraft'' proper's use for them is to generally for scripting or convenience purposes in non-Creative Mode modes.
22nd Feb '16 3:43:40 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ''VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTournamneFighters'':
** Compared to his canon portrayal in the original cartoon (a scrawny filthy guy who lives in the sewers talking to rats) the Rat King is the FinalBoss of tournament mode [[spoiler:(Karai is the Final Boss of the storyline mode)]] He has added some pro wrestling moves to his moveset, and looks like he's done more steroids than Batista.
** April O'Neil too (Genesis version only), being a playable character and a full-fledged ActionGirl in the game, as opposed to the DesignatedVictim she usually is. (Probably due to the need to include a female hero character.)
27th Jan '16 8:20:53 PM Jacob175
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* For twenty years, Garland in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyI'' was known for two things: his famous declaration that he "[[MemeticMutation will knock you all down!]]" and being the first boss in the series. Then ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'' was released. Now Garland is a [[BoisterousBruiser Boisterous]] BloodKnight with a [[MorphWeapon transforming]] {{BFS}} bigger than ''entire characters'', his [[LargeHam hamminess]] was [[EvilIsHammy ramped up]], and he got a few shades of DeadpanSnarker. His archrival, Warrior of Light, went from being a FeaturelessProtagonist to being a [[TheFettered Fettered]] [[TheCape Cape]], a paragon for light and goodness that [[{{Determinator}} refuses to give up]] no matter the odds. And the BigBad of the original game, Chaos? He's raised up from a generic demon to a PhysicalGod that is able to call upon the other ''Final Fantasy'' villains to serve him, effectively making him the GreaterContextVillain of the entire series. [[SNKBoss And just wait]] [[CurbStompBattle until you see him fight]]...

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* For twenty years, Garland in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyI'' was known for two things: his famous declaration that he "[[MemeticMutation will knock you all down!]]" and being the first boss in the series. Then ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'' was released. Now Garland is a [[BoisterousBruiser Boisterous]] BloodKnight with a [[MorphWeapon transforming]] {{BFS}} bigger than ''entire characters'', his [[LargeHam hamminess]] was [[EvilIsHammy ramped up]], and he got a few shades of DeadpanSnarker. His archrival, Warrior of Light, went from being a FeaturelessProtagonist to being a [[TheFettered Fettered]] [[TheCape Cape]], a paragon for light and goodness that [[{{Determinator}} refuses to give up]] no matter the odds. And the BigBad of the original game, Chaos? He's raised up from a generic demon to a PhysicalGod that is able to call upon the other ''Final Fantasy'' villains to serve him, effectively making him the GreaterContextVillain GreaterScopeVillain of the entire series. [[SNKBoss And just wait]] [[CurbStompBattle until you see him fight]]...


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* Due to its crossover nature, many a party member in ''VideoGame/RakenzarnTales'' ends up being much tougher. For example, [[VideoGame/DragonsLair Dirk the Daring]] was already badass, but here he can take more than one hit before dying. WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy are surprisingly viable combat choices. The normally goofy [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Derpy Hooves]] can fight on the front lines as well as anyone else. And [[Manga/DetectiveSchoolQ Kyuu]] is poised to become the most powerful party member in the game with proper training.
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