History AscendedExtra / VideoGames

16th Sep '17 12:44:29 PM nombretomado
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* The UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' has a feature where, if you connect a GameBoyAdvance to your console, then you can access the island, which has its own set of unique villagers. Later games removed the island[[note]]''New Leaf'' has ''an'' island, but it's a MinigameZone with online multiplayer[[/note]] and promoted many ([[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome though not all]]) island villagers to regular villagers.

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* The UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' has a feature where, if you connect a GameBoyAdvance UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance to your console, then you can access the island, which has its own set of unique villagers. Later games removed the island[[note]]''New Leaf'' has ''an'' island, but it's a MinigameZone with online multiplayer[[/note]] and promoted many ([[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome though not all]]) island villagers to regular villagers.
16th Sep '17 7:28:13 AM MadHeart
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Dishonored}}'', Daud is the assassin who murdered the Empress Jesamine Kaldwin. He appears at the beginning of the game to do the killing, and again near the end to confront Corvo after [[spoiler:the Loyalists betray him and dump him in the river near Daud's hideout]]. The game's two story [=DLCs=] - "The Knife of Dunwall" and "The Brigmore Witches" focus entirely on him (Corvo doesn't appear not in a dream until the very last seconds of "The Brigmore Witches") and what he was doing while Corvo was exacting his revenge. Also doubles as HeroOfAnotherStory.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Dishonored}}'', Daud is the assassin who murdered the Empress Jesamine Kaldwin. He appears at the beginning of the game to do the killing, and again near the end to confront Corvo after [[spoiler:the Loyalists betray him and dump him in the river near Daud's hideout]]. The game's two story [=DLCs=] - "The Knife of Dunwall" and "The Brigmore Witches" focus entirely on him (Corvo doesn't appear not in outside of a dream until the very last seconds of "The Brigmore Witches") and what he was doing while Corvo was exacting his revenge. Also doubles as HeroOfAnotherStory.
4th Sep '17 12:53:34 PM HalcyonDayz
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** High Overlord Saurfang, pre-expansion, served no purpose in the game or the story except to put Nefarian's severed head on a stick and look like a total badass. He's since become one of the most prominent [=NPCs=] in the game. [[MemeticBadass Otherwise, he'll Cleave everyone.]]

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** High Overlord Saurfang, pre-expansion, served no purpose in the game or the story except to put Nefarian's severed head on a stick and look like a total badass. He's since become one of the most prominent [=NPCs=] {{Non Player Character}}s in the game. [[MemeticBadass Otherwise, he'll Cleave everyone.]]



* This happens quite often in the VideoGame/DynastyWarriors franchise, given the historical nature of the setting and the numerous amount of installments that build on the previous one. All characters in the series are largely based on history, so even the generic NPCs are based on real people. Oftentimes, the more prominent NPCs in one installment could very well end up becoming a fully-fledged playable character in a future installment, as proven time and time again. They usually get a design overhaul too.

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* This happens quite often in the VideoGame/DynastyWarriors franchise, given the historical nature of the setting and the numerous amount of installments that build on the previous one. All characters in the series are largely based on history, so even the generic NPCs {{Non Player Character}}s are based on real people. Oftentimes, the more prominent NPCs [=NPCs=] in one installment could very well end up becoming a fully-fledged playable character in a future installment, as proven time and time again. They usually get a design overhaul too.



** VideoGame/OnePiece:PirateWarriors3 has 3 installments, each of which builds upon the roster of the one before it. Many of the new additions in each installment were characters that have already appeared in previous games as NPCs, before becoming fully playable.

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** VideoGame/OnePiece:PirateWarriors3 has 3 installments, each of which builds upon the roster of the one before it. Many of the new additions in each installment were characters that have already appeared in previous games as NPCs, {{Non Player Character}}s, before becoming fully playable.
8th Jul '17 10:08:09 PM TrollMan
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}'', Doomfist was originally intended to be a throwaway name in the cinematic trailer. But due to overwhelming fan request, he ([[LegacyCharacter or they]]) eventually became a major figure in the overarching story and was later made into a playable character.
16th Jun '17 5:08:22 PM Abodos
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** The Sheikah race as a whole were notably obscure despite being around since their debut as a race in ''Ocarina of Time''. Impa (or [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess Impaz]]) was the only Sheikah that appeared in many games, and was often stated to be the [[LastOfHisKind last of her kind]]. In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', not only does the lore of the Sheikah expand greatly, but the rest of the Sheikah tribe finally appear for the first time ever, with Impa herself being portrayed as having a sister and a granddaughter. They even got an EvilCounterpart in the form of the Yiga Clan.
6th Jun '17 5:36:29 PM DeeeFoo
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** The Arslan crossover game also features some playable characters that players may not have even remembered from the TV anime, due to how minor of a role they served.
** The Berserk crossover game features Wyald as a playable character, who only appeared as a minor antagonist in one arc.
6th Jun '17 5:33:07 PM DeeeFoo
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* Back in the first ''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'', there's one certain generic officer named UsefulNotes/HondaTadakatsu who stood up in defense of UsefulNotes/TokugawaIeyasu during the battle of Mikatagahara, and Takeda Shingen refers him as one of Ieyasu's luxuries. Then Xtreme Legends get announced to have brand new 4 characters, two of them are UsefulNotes/ToyotomiHideyoshi and Imagawa Yoshimoto who already got unique character model despite being NPC in the vanilla version, one of them is a brand new archer babe called Inahime, whose father is... Honda Tadakatsu, who is the last playable character and ascended so great he practically became SW's answer to [[VideoGame/DynastyWarriors Lu Bu]].

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* This happens quite often in the VideoGame/DynastyWarriors franchise, given the historical nature of the setting and the numerous amount of installments that build on the previous one. All characters in the series are largely based on history, so even the generic NPCs are based on real people. Oftentimes, the more prominent NPCs in one installment could very well end up becoming a fully-fledged playable character in a future installment, as proven time and time again. They usually get a design overhaul too.
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Back in the first ''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'', there's one certain generic officer named UsefulNotes/HondaTadakatsu who stood up in defense of UsefulNotes/TokugawaIeyasu during the battle of Mikatagahara, and Takeda Shingen refers him as one of Ieyasu's luxuries. Then Xtreme Legends get announced to have 4 brand new 4 playable characters, two of them are UsefulNotes/ToyotomiHideyoshi and Imagawa Yoshimoto who already got unique character model despite being NPC in the vanilla version, one of them is a brand new archer babe called Inahime, whose father is... Honda Tadakatsu, who is the last playable character and ascended so great he practically became SW's answer to [[VideoGame/DynastyWarriors Lu Bu]].Bu]].
** In VideoGames/HyruleWarriors, many of the minor characters that have appeared throughout the Zelda franchise make their appearance in this game's roster as playable Warriors. In fact, this was one of the major selling points of the game, in which Zelda fans can finally kick some ass as someone who isn't Link.
** VideoGame/OnePiece:PirateWarriors3 has 3 installments, each of which builds upon the roster of the one before it. Many of the new additions in each installment were characters that have already appeared in previous games as NPCs, before becoming fully playable.
6th Jun '17 3:23:27 PM comicwriter
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** Eagle and Maki, two long-forgotten ''VideoGame/StreetFighter'' and ''VideoGame/FinalFight'' characters, ended up appearing in ''[[VideoGame/CapcomVsSNK2MarkOfTheMillennium Capcom vs. SNK 2]]'' as playable fighters, and they, along with Yun from ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'', got ported over to the GBA release of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha 3'' as unlockable characters. The PSP version keeps them, as well as Ingrid, from ''VideoGame/CapcomFightingEvolution''.

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** Eagle and Maki, two long-forgotten ''VideoGame/StreetFighter'' and ''VideoGame/FinalFight'' characters, ended up appearing in ''[[VideoGame/CapcomVsSNK2MarkOfTheMillennium Capcom vs. SNK 2]]'' as playable fighters, and they, along with Yun from ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'', got ported over to the GBA release of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha 3'' as unlockable characters. The PSP version keeps them, as well as Ingrid, from ''VideoGame/CapcomFightingEvolution''. On the SNK side, the game also brought back Ryuhaku Todoh, a character who had only ever been playable in the first ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'' before being supplanted by Kasumi, his ''much'' more popular daughter.
4th Jun '17 3:40:17 PM louisXVI
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* The AddamsFamily game for the TurboGrafx16 stars "Tully Alford," of all people, as the main character. Confused? Tully was the villainous Addams Family lawyer in the 1991 movie, played by Dan Hedaya, making him an example of a VillainProtagonist, as well.

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* The AddamsFamily game for the TurboGrafx16 stars "Tully Alford," of all people, as the main character. Confused? Tully was the villainous Addams Family family lawyer in the 1991 movie, played movie (played by Dan Hedaya, Hedaya) making him an example of a VillainProtagonist, as well.
4th Jun '17 3:39:29 PM louisXVI
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* The AddamsFamily game for the TurboGrafx16 stars Tully Alford, of all people, as the main character. Confused? Tully was the villainous Addams Family lawyer in the 1991 movie, played by Dan Hedaya, making him an example of a [[VillainProtagonist]], as well.

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* The AddamsFamily game for the TurboGrafx16 stars Tully Alford, "Tully Alford," of all people, as the main character. Confused? Tully was the villainous Addams Family lawyer in the 1991 movie, played by Dan Hedaya, making him an example of a [[VillainProtagonist]], VillainProtagonist, as well.
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