History Franchise / DotHack

13th Jan '17 7:21:37 AM rjd1922
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The story continued three years later with ''.hack//Link'', where yet another new version of The World has been created. The World R:X. 14-year old Tokio Kuryuu gets sucked into this new game (apparently ''[[TrappedInTVLand physically]]'') by a mysterious new classmate, Saika Amagi, via her [=PSP=]. This new series combines elements from both the ''R:1'' and ''R:2'' eras. An organization of illegally modified characters is going after {{MacGuffin}}s called "chrono cores" located within certain previous main characters. These cores connect to the AkashicRecords of ''The World'', and with Saika Amagi acting as MissionControl, Tokio has to repair them by actually traveling between all of the .hack series: the R:1 and R:2 games, ''SIGN'', the novels, and the different manga. While the Manga adaptation of the game was imported, the game itself was not due to highly negative feedback and critical reception, alongside horrible sales in Japan. Several fan translations have been in the works since it's release in 2010.

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The story continued three years later with ''.hack//Link'', where yet another new version of The World has been created. The World R:X. 14-year old Tokio Kuryuu gets sucked into this new game (apparently ''[[TrappedInTVLand physically]]'') by a mysterious new classmate, Saika Amagi, via her [=PSP=]. This new series combines elements from both the ''R:1'' and ''R:2'' eras. An organization of illegally modified characters is going after {{MacGuffin}}s called "chrono cores" located within certain previous main characters. These cores connect to the AkashicRecords of ''The World'', and with Saika Amagi acting as MissionControl, Tokio has to repair them by actually traveling between all of the .hack series: the R:1 and R:2 games, ''SIGN'', the novels, and the different manga. While the Manga adaptation of the game was imported, the game itself was not due to highly negative feedback and critical reception, alongside horrible sales in Japan. Several fan translations {{fan translation}}s have been in the works since it's its release in 2010.
6th Jan '17 7:58:36 PM rjd1922
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The ''.hack'' (pronounced "dot hack") series is a conglomeration of {{Light Novel}}s, {{video games}}, {{manga}}, {{OVA}}, and {{anime}} TV series that started with the games by Creator/CyberConnect2. Most of these are character dramas told from the perspective of online gamers playing an {{MMORPG}} called "The World," which displays the disturbing tendency to affect the minds of its players, calling into question the nature of human consciousness.

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The ''.hack'' (pronounced "dot hack") series is a conglomeration of {{Light Novel}}s, {{light novel}}s, {{video games}}, {{manga}}, {{OVA}}, and {{anime}} TV series that started with the games by Creator/CyberConnect2. Most of these are character dramas told from the perspective of online gamers playing an {{MMORPG}} called "The World," which displays the disturbing tendency to affect the minds of its players, calling into question the nature of human consciousness.
6th Jan '17 7:58:09 PM rjd1922
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The ''.hack'' (pronounced "dot hack") series is a conglomeration of [[LightNovel books]], {{video games}}, {{manga}}, {{OVA}}, and {{anime}} TV series that started with the games by CyberConnect2. Most of these are character dramas told from the perspective of online gamers playing an {{MMORPG}} called "The World," which displays the disturbing tendency to affect the minds of its players, calling into question the nature of human consciousness.

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The ''.hack'' (pronounced "dot hack") series is a conglomeration of [[LightNovel books]], {{Light Novel}}s, {{video games}}, {{manga}}, {{OVA}}, and {{anime}} TV series that started with the games by CyberConnect2.Creator/CyberConnect2. Most of these are character dramas told from the perspective of online gamers playing an {{MMORPG}} called "The World," which displays the disturbing tendency to affect the minds of its players, calling into question the nature of human consciousness.
25th Dec '16 3:58:51 AM MagBas
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* CharacterDerailment: .Hack//Link. To almost everyone from the entries that precede it. Link's depiction of Haseo is a confirmed case; Tokio actually causing the entire situation and his abuse his powers long past the point he'd learned of their danger and their cost. It culminates in Haseo Trying to Kill Atoli for daring to Look Like Shino. Fans Were NOT happy.
25th Aug '16 3:46:37 AM Morgenthaler
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The first series of [=PS2=] games (''.hack//Infection'', ''.hack//Mutation'', ''.hack//Outbreak'' and ''.hack//Quarantine''), the ''Anime/DotHackLiminality'' [[{{OVA}} OVAs]] and the ''.hack//Another Birth'' novels chronicle the following adventure, where another band of players - later known as the legendary "dot hackers" - challenge Morganna, the evil AI lurking within ''TheWorld''. Using a [[GameBreaker game-breaking]] power given to him by Aura before her destruction, the newbie Kite and his partner [=BlackRose=] lead the fight against Morganna in the hopes of restoring Aura and the many coma victims that have resulted from Morganna's attacks. A set of Novels known as .hack//Another Birth retell this story from Blackrose's point of view, tells us about her offline and some of the things she does when not with Kite.

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The first series of [=PS2=] games (''.hack//Infection'', ''.hack//Mutation'', ''.hack//Outbreak'' and ''.hack//Quarantine''), the ''Anime/DotHackLiminality'' [[{{OVA}} OVAs]] and the ''.hack//Another Birth'' novels chronicle the following adventure, where another band of players - later known as the legendary "dot hackers" - challenge Morganna, the evil AI lurking within ''TheWorld''.''The World''. Using a [[GameBreaker game-breaking]] power given to him by Aura before her destruction, the newbie Kite and his partner [=BlackRose=] lead the fight against Morganna in the hopes of restoring Aura and the many coma victims that have resulted from Morganna's attacks. A set of Novels known as .hack//Another Birth retell this story from Blackrose's point of view, tells us about her offline and some of the things she does when not with Kite.
30th Jun '16 9:53:25 AM superkeijikun
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* AlternateHistory: History in ''.hack//'' diverges from our own starting in 2002, with the founding of the World Network Commission in response to increasing cybercrime. Then, in 2005, a virus called "Pluto's Kiss" infected and practically destroyed the internet, crippling the global infrastructure and almost causing a nuclear apocalypse. In the wake of this disaster, [[MegaCorp ALTIMIT Corporation]] gained a monopoly over the computer and gaming industries.
3rd Jun '16 9:56:48 AM nombretomado
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The first series of PS2 games (''.hack//Infection'', ''.hack//Mutation'', ''.hack//Outbreak'' and ''.hack//Quarantine''), the ''Anime/DotHackLiminality'' [[{{OVA}} OVAs]] and the ''.hack//Another Birth'' novels chronicle the following adventure, where another band of players - later known as the legendary "dot hackers" - challenge Morganna, the evil AI lurking within ''TheWorld''. Using a [[GameBreaker game-breaking]] power given to him by Aura before her destruction, the newbie Kite and his partner [=BlackRose=] lead the fight against Morganna in the hopes of restoring Aura and the many coma victims that have resulted from Morganna's attacks. A set of Novels known as .hack//Another Birth retell this story from Blackrose's point of view, tells us about her offline and some of the things she does when not with Kite.

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The first series of PS2 [=PS2=] games (''.hack//Infection'', ''.hack//Mutation'', ''.hack//Outbreak'' and ''.hack//Quarantine''), the ''Anime/DotHackLiminality'' [[{{OVA}} OVAs]] and the ''.hack//Another Birth'' novels chronicle the following adventure, where another band of players - later known as the legendary "dot hackers" - challenge Morganna, the evil AI lurking within ''TheWorld''. Using a [[GameBreaker game-breaking]] power given to him by Aura before her destruction, the newbie Kite and his partner [=BlackRose=] lead the fight against Morganna in the hopes of restoring Aura and the many coma victims that have resulted from Morganna's attacks. A set of Novels known as .hack//Another Birth retell this story from Blackrose's point of view, tells us about her offline and some of the things she does when not with Kite.



The story immediately continues with the second series of PS2 games, ''.hack//G.U.'' (''Vol.1:Rebirth'', ''Vol.2:Reminisce'', and ''Vol.3:Redemption''). Haseo is back at level 1 after a losing battle with Tri-Edge, and finds himself embroiled in a complex plot involving the use of his newfound Avatar power (his character data possessing one of Morganna's eight Phases), warring guilds, rampant player-killing, a malicious AI phenomenon called [=AIDA=], and the truth behind Tri-Edge. The .hack//CELL light novels are a side-story set between Roots and G.U.

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The story immediately continues with the second series of PS2 [=PS2=] games, ''.hack//G.U.'' (''Vol.1:Rebirth'', ''Vol.2:Reminisce'', and ''Vol.3:Redemption''). Haseo is back at level 1 after a losing battle with Tri-Edge, and finds himself embroiled in a complex plot involving the use of his newfound Avatar power (his character data possessing one of Morganna's eight Phases), warring guilds, rampant player-killing, a malicious AI phenomenon called [=AIDA=], and the truth behind Tri-Edge. The .hack//CELL light novels are a side-story set between Roots and G.U.
30th May '16 9:14:44 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** In G.U. you can read a message board poster saying he/she is reminded of a story about [[WolfsRain wolves searching for paradise]].

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** In G.U. you can read a message board poster saying he/she is reminded of a story about [[WolfsRain [[Anime/WolfsRain wolves searching for paradise]].
21st May '16 7:59:20 PM erforce
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** Gaspard sends you an e-mail saying "[[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} I aint afraid of no ghost"]]."

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** Gaspard sends you an e-mail saying "[[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} "[[Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}} I aint afraid of no ghost"]]."
10th Apr '16 8:15:23 PM IzuiII
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** Inversion? Starting a new game of .hack G.U. volume 1 with volume 2 clear data starts Haseo at level 35 with better weapons and armor.

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** Inversion? Starting a new game of .hack G.U. volume 1 with volume 2 clear data starts Haseo at level 35 20 with better weapons and armor.
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