History Anime / TokyoMajin

21st Aug '15 5:39:50 PM nombretomado
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* JapaneseHonorifics: ...and lack of them, as each character that joins the player can use one of up to four different ways to call the player depending on how high their relationship value with the player is.
21st Aug '15 5:39:38 PM nombretomado
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* JapaneseHonorifics: ...and lack of them, as evidenced by Aoi and Kyouichi. They start out calling each other [[TheOjou "Ojou-sama"]] and [[LastNameBasis "Houraiji-kun"]], somewhere along the line they graduate to "Aoi" and "Kyouichi-kun" and by the end it's [[FirstNameBasis "Aoi" and "Kyouichi."]]
23rd Jul '15 6:41:34 AM Willbyr
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Check out the [[Characters/{{Tokyo Majin}} character sheet]] for information on the characters.
20th Jul '15 11:30:04 PM tenuousbreaker
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In July 2015, the English dub started airing on U.S. cable network Chiller TV, a horror themed sister channel to Creator/SyFy, as part of their late night Anime Wednesdays block.
14th Jul '15 8:11:28 AM StFan
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'''''Tokyo Majin''''' (full Japanese title: ''Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpuchō: Tō'') is an anime series loosely based on the ''Tokyo Majin Gakuen'' videogame series.

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''Tokyo Majin''
(full Japanese title: ''Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpuchō: Tō'') is an anime series loosely based on the ''Tokyo Majin Gakuen'' videogame series.



!!The anime provides examples of:

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!!The anime provides examples of:!!Tropes:



** IdiotHair: The girls, Tatsuma, and Kyouichi.



* BonusEpisode: The last two episodes are bonus episodes depicting events occurring before the TokyoFireball.



* IdiotHair: The girls, Tatsuma, and Kyouichi.






!!The games of this series provide examples of:

* CombinationAttack - Every character that joins you, including Tatsuma, has at least one combination attack with one or more characters.
* GayOption - Rather like the SummonNight series the game's protagonist can end up with any of the 20+ characters that join him whether they be male or female. Granted most of the male character's endings are platonic but there are subtle underlying hints with some. Special mention must be made for Kyouichi who outright states that he likes the protagonist in his ending - he is also the only male character that the protagonist can date at Christmas.
* JapaneseHonorifics - ...and lack of them, as each character that joins the player can use one of up to four different ways to call the player depending on how high their relationship value with the player is.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters - In total 25 characters join the main hero, Tatsuma, and all of them have [[MultipleEndings endings]] not to mention the many supporting characters some of whom also have endings. Then there are all the villains not to mention the different characters in the sequel, Gehouchou (all of whom are the ancestors of the main characters in the Kenpuuchou game) as well as the spin-off games and dramas.
* MultipleEndings - Slightly averted in that the actual game's storyline is fairly linear but there are multiple endings with the characters.
* NoExportForYou - To date none of the games have been licensed.
* RelationshipValues - Determines which character Tatsuma will end up with. One of the rarer cases of the relationship values being seen too if you are playing the DS version of the game (after unlocking the Omake mode) or the Oboro-Kiten version of the original game.
* StoryToGameplayRatio - Skewed very, very far on the 'story' side, to the point where you could almost call it a visual novel.

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!!The games of this series provide examples of:

!!Tropes for the games:

* CombinationAttack - CombinationAttack: Every character that joins you, including Tatsuma, has at least one combination attack with one or more characters.
* GayOption - GayOption: Rather like the SummonNight series the game's protagonist can end up with any of the 20+ characters that join him whether they be male or female. Granted most of the male character's endings are platonic but there are subtle underlying hints with some. Special mention must be made for Kyouichi who outright states that he likes the protagonist in his ending - -- he is also the only male character that the protagonist can date at Christmas.
* JapaneseHonorifics - ...JapaneseHonorifics: ...and lack of them, as each character that joins the player can use one of up to four different ways to call the player depending on how high their relationship value with the player is.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters - LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: In total 25 characters join the main hero, Tatsuma, and all of them have [[MultipleEndings endings]] not to mention the many supporting characters some of whom also have endings. Then there are all the villains not to mention the different characters in the sequel, Gehouchou (all of whom are the ancestors of the main characters in the Kenpuuchou game) as well as the spin-off games and dramas.
* MultipleEndings - MultipleEndings: Slightly averted in that the actual game's storyline is fairly linear but there are multiple endings with the characters.
* NoExportForYou - To date none of the games have been licensed.
* RelationshipValues -
RelationshipValues: Determines which character Tatsuma will end up with. One of the rarer cases of the relationship values being seen too if you are playing the DS version of the game (after unlocking the Omake mode) or the Oboro-Kiten version of the original game.
* StoryToGameplayRatio - StoryToGameplayRatio: Skewed very, very far on the 'story' side, to the point where you could almost call it a visual novel.
4th May '14 1:20:36 PM Tenzen12
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* BreakHerHeartToSaveHer: Main reason why Koyouichi act like total ass toward Aoi.

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* BreakHerHeartToSaveHer: Main reason One of reasons why Koyouichi act like total ass toward Aoi.
4th May '14 1:16:04 PM Tenzen12
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* BreakHerHeartToSaveHer: Main reason why Koyouichi is so Jerkass toward Aoi.

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* BreakHerHeartToSaveHer: Main reason why Koyouichi is so Jerkass act like total ass toward Aoi.
4th May '14 1:09:35 PM Tenzen12
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* Break Her Heart to Save Her: Main reason why Koyouichi is so Jerkass toward Aoi.

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* Break Her Heart to Save Her: BreakHerHeartToSaveHer: Main reason why Koyouichi is so Jerkass toward Aoi.
4th May '14 1:08:56 PM Tenzen12
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* Break Her Heart to Save Her: Main reason why Koyouichi is so Jerkass toward Aoi.
4th May '14 7:54:27 AM Tenzen12
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* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: Koyuichi (the Cynic), Aoi (the Optimist), Kisaragi (the Realist), Tatsuma (the Apathetic) and Daigo with Sakurai (the Conflicted)
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