History Franchise / WildArms

27th Jan '16 9:42:52 PM universalperson
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* InconsistentDub: The game's were translated by different companies, with varying levels of quality.

* RecurringBoss: Trask, a NighInvulnerable turtle...thing that debuted in ''VideoGame/WildArms2'' and has appeared in most games since.
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* RecurringBoss: Trask, Trask/[[SpellMyNameWithAnS Tarasque]], a NighInvulnerable turtle...thing that debuted in ''VideoGame/WildArms2'' and has appeared in most games since. Also, see BonusBoss.
7th Jan '16 11:48:21 AM erforce
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* [[VideoGame/WildArms1 Wild ARMs/Wild ARMs: Alter Code F]] for the {{Playstation}} and Playstation 2, respectively. * [[VideoGame/WildArms2 Wild ARMs 2nd Ignition/Wild ARMs 2]] for Playstation. * [[VideoGame/WildArms3 Wild ARMs Advanced 3rd/Wild ARMs 3]] for {{Playstation 2}}. * [[VideoGame/WildArms4 Wild ARMs: The 4th Detonator/Wild ARMs 4]] for Playstation 2. * [[VideoGame/WildArms5 Wild ARMs: The Vth Vanguard/Wild ARMs 5]] for Playstation 2. * [[VideoGame/WildArmsXF Wild ARMs XF / Wild ARMs: Crossfire]] for {{PSP}}.
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* [[VideoGame/WildArms1 ''[[VideoGame/WildArms1 Wild ARMs/Wild ARMs: Alter Code F]] F]]'' for the {{Playstation}} UsefulNotes/PlayStation and Playstation 2, UsefulNotes/PlayStation2, respectively. * [[VideoGame/WildArms2 ''[[VideoGame/WildArms2 Wild ARMs 2nd Ignition/Wild ARMs 2]] 2]]'' for Playstation. [=PlayStation=]. * [[VideoGame/WildArms3 ''[[VideoGame/WildArms3 Wild ARMs Advanced 3rd/Wild ARMs 3]] 3]]'' for {{Playstation 2}}. UsefulNotes/PlayStation2. * [[VideoGame/WildArms4 ''[[VideoGame/WildArms4 Wild ARMs: The 4th Detonator/Wild ARMs 4]] 4]]'' for Playstation [=PlayStation=] 2. * [[VideoGame/WildArms5 ''[[VideoGame/WildArms5 Wild ARMs: The Vth Vanguard/Wild ARMs 5]] 5]]'' for Playstation [=PlayStation=] 2. * [[VideoGame/WildArmsXF ''[[VideoGame/WildArmsXF Wild ARMs XF / Wild ARMs: Crossfire]] Crossfire]]'' for {{PSP}}.UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable.

While the franchise hasn't enjoyed the massive success of Square-Enix's {{RPG}}s, it has managed to build up a loyal fanbase, especially in Japan where the first five games have all managed to become part of the "Playstation The Best", which is similar to the Greatest Hits and Platinum Range labels.
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While the franchise hasn't enjoyed the massive success of Square-Enix's {{RPG}}s, it has managed to build up a loyal fanbase, especially in Japan where the first five games have all managed to become part of the "Playstation "[=PlayStation=] The Best", which is similar to the Greatest Hits and Platinum Range labels.
6th Jan '16 10:06:47 PM nombretomado
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* RecurringElement: Take place on a world called Filgaia, with money called gella, usually star a blue-haired hero, and have a victory music track called "Condition Green!". The party frequently includes a {{Cyborg}} or {{ArtificialHuman}}. Additionally, the Guardians, the Baskar and an often sentient robot/golem named Asgard.
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* RecurringElement: Take place on a world called Filgaia, with money called gella, usually star a blue-haired hero, and have a victory music track called "Condition Green!". The party frequently includes a {{Cyborg}} or {{ArtificialHuman}}.ArtificialHuman. Additionally, the Guardians, the Baskar and an often sentient robot/golem named Asgard.

* ShoutOut: [[spoiler:Siegfried]] might as well have been called [[SoulSeries Nightmare]] in Wild Arms 3. There are also many recurring names and events throughout the series, and every single playable character is seen as an NPC in 5.
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* ShoutOut: [[spoiler:Siegfried]] might as well have been called [[SoulSeries [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Nightmare]] in Wild Arms 3. There are also many recurring names and events throughout the series, and every single playable character is seen as an NPC in 5.
26th Sep '15 10:47:24 AM Demongodofchaos2
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Has an Anime SpiritualSuccessor in the form of ''Anime/SenkIZesshouSymphogear'', which shares a lot of the same writing and directorial staff.
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Has an Anime SpiritualSuccessor in the form of ''Anime/SenkIZesshouSymphogear'', ''Anime/SenkiZesshouSymphogear'', which shares a lot of the same writing and directorial staff.
21st Sep '15 1:37:57 PM Demongodofchaos2
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Has an Anime SpiritualSuccessor in the form of ''Anime/SenkIZesshouSymphogear'', which shares a lot of the same writing and directorial staff.
11th Sep '15 4:21:07 AM Morgenthaler
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How Do You Like Them Apples has been deemed to be Not A Trope by the Trope Repair Shop. Examples will be moved to other tropes where appropriate.
* RareCandy: [[HowDoYouLikeThemApples apples]]
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* %%* RareCandy: [[HowDoYouLikeThemApples apples]]apples
22nd Aug '15 8:58:16 AM Eyeshield
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The games often deal with themes of [[JourneyToFindOneself self-discovery and growing up]]. Other important themes involve rebuilding the world, since each game takes place on the barren wasteland known as Filgaia. While a traditional RPG in the sense of battling, Wild ARMS also introduces tool-based exploration and puzzle-solving, giving it some minor action RPG elements.
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The games often deal with themes of [[JourneyToFindOneself self-discovery and growing up]]. Other important themes involve rebuilding the world, since each game takes place on the barren wasteland known as Filgaia. While a traditional RPG in the sense of battling, Wild ARMS also introduces tool-based exploration and puzzle-solving, giving it some minor action RPG elements. elements. Combined with this, later iterations of the series also gave each character a special ability that complements their roles: Mage characters can use Extend to cast his magic on every enemy while the JackOfAllStats characters can use Accelerator to go first, for example.
22nd Apr '15 9:07:15 AM GunarmDyne
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* ThemeNaming: Several main characters are often named after types of guns.
16th Oct '14 7:52:54 AM Octagon8
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* RecurringElement: Take place on a world called Filgaia, with money called gella, usually star a blue-haired hero, and have a victory music track called "Condition Green!".
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* RecurringElement: Take place on a world called Filgaia, with money called gella, usually star a blue-haired hero, and have a victory music track called "Condition Green!". The party frequently includes a {{Cyborg}} or {{ArtificialHuman}}. Additionally, the Guardians, the Baskar and an often sentient robot/golem named Asgard.
5th Oct '14 1:29:55 PM Sines314
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* TheWorldIsAlwaysDoomed: Filgaia may be the most unlucky planet in the history of fiction.
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* TheWorldIsAlwaysDoomed: Filgaia may be the most unlucky planet in the history of fiction. fiction. At least planets that blow up stop having problems.
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