History Funny / CastlevaniaSymphonyOfTheNight

30th Jul '17 2:47:36 AM Delnoir
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* but Igarashi once sat down with Romscout, a Castlevania speedrunner, and with the help of a translator he did a speedrun of the game showing Igarashi both bugs he was aware existed in the game and even a few that he did not. This also brought on some hilarious moments such as when discussing the original bug used to keep the Alucard gear at the start of the game. The glitch was discovered very early on in the game's life and required the game be in luck mode. Not funny on its own, but Igarashi mentioned that ''he was the one that programmed Luck Mode in the first place'' and that seeing the knockback being used to keep the Alucard equipment hurts each time. Some of the other more absurdly difficult bugs had him remark that no bug tester in their right mind would ever find some of the things Rom was doing.

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* A meta entry but Igarashi once sat down with Romscout, a Castlevania speedrunner, and with the help of a translator he did a speedrun of the game showing Igarashi both bugs he was aware existed in the game and even a few that he did not. This also brought on some hilarious moments such as when discussing the original bug used to keep the Alucard gear at the start of the game. The glitch was discovered very early on in the game's life and required the game be in luck mode. Not funny on its own, but Igarashi mentioned that ''he was the one that programmed Luck Mode in the first place'' and that seeing the knockback being used to keep the Alucard equipment hurts each time. Some of the other more absurdly difficult bugs had him remark that no bug tester in their right mind would ever find some of the things Rom was doing.
19th Jul '17 10:58:49 PM lalalei2001
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* Or that EvilElevator? God, Alucard and Richter sound like they're absolutely terrified in it!
* Or the "Holy Symbol," an item that lets Alucard go underwater without taking damage: [[spoiler:It's a snorkel.]]
* Or the Secret Boots item whose description reads "Discreetly increases height!". If you look very closely (or have a big screen TV) you can see that it actually does, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin making Alucard a pixel or two higher]].

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* Or that That EvilElevator? God, Alucard and Richter sound like they're absolutely terrified in it!
* Or the The "Holy Symbol," an item that lets Alucard go underwater without taking damage: damage. [[spoiler:It's a snorkel.]]
* Or the The Secret Boots item whose description reads "Discreetly increases height!". If you look very closely (or have a big screen TV) you can see that it actually does, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin making Alucard a pixel or two higher]].



* In terms of the Master Librarian, once the player gains access to both the Gravity Boots (for the High Jump ability) and the room underneath the Librarian's seat....it's possible just for some small rewards (as in, ''very rare'' items that can only gotten this way after visiting the Inverted Castle), to push up his seat right from underneath while he holds his arms up into the air out of panic. This is as rewarding as it is hilarious to see him like so, and this is also possible with both Richter and Maria.
** Just as funny; the librarian goes on about his business as usual after you stop and return to his desk upfront normally. It may be hinted in that he either didn't give a shit or he had no idea what was going on.
* A meta entry, but Igarashi once sat down with Romscout, a Castlevania speedrunner, and with the help of a translator he did a speedrun of the game showing Igarashi both bugs he was aware existed in the game and even a few that he did not. This also brought on some hilarious moments such as when discussing the original bug used to keep the Alucard gear at the start of the game. The glitch was discovered very early on in the game's life and required the game be in luck mode. Not funny on it's own, but Igarashi mentioned that ''he was the one that programmed Luck Mode in the first place'' and that seeing the knockback being used to keep the Alucard equipment hurts each time. Some of the other more absurdly difficult bugs had him remark that no bug tester in their right mind would EVER find some of the things Rom was doing.

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* In terms of the Master Librarian, once the player gains access to both the Gravity Boots (for the High Jump ability) and the room underneath the Librarian's seat....seat, it's possible just for some small rewards (as in, ''very rare'' items that can only gotten this way after visiting the Inverted Castle), to push up his seat right from underneath while he holds his arms up into the air out of panic. This is as rewarding as it is hilarious to see him like so, this, and this is also possible with both Richter and Maria.
** Just as funny; the librarian goes on about his business as usual after you stop and return to his desk upfront normally. It may be hinted in that he either didn't give a shit or he had no idea what was going on.
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* A meta entry, but Igarashi once sat down with Romscout, a Castlevania speedrunner, and with the help of a translator he did a speedrun of the game showing Igarashi both bugs he was aware existed in the game and even a few that he did not. This also brought on some hilarious moments such as when discussing the original bug used to keep the Alucard gear at the start of the game. The glitch was discovered very early on in the game's life and required the game be in luck mode. Not funny on it's its own, but Igarashi mentioned that ''he was the one that programmed Luck Mode in the first place'' and that seeing the knockback being used to keep the Alucard equipment hurts each time. Some of the other more absurdly difficult bugs had him remark that no bug tester in their right mind would EVER ever find some of the things Rom was doing.doing.
* The PSP remake gives us the line "Belmont, son of Belmont!" in the intro.
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14th Feb '17 7:58:31 AM BillyMT
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* Richter's Hydro Storm in his respective mode is [[GameBreaker so hilariously broken]] that it turns boss battles into five-second comedies.

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* Richter's Hydro Storm in his respective mode is [[GameBreaker so hilariously broken]] that it turns boss battles [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yrv8-VW_qtU into five-second comedies.]]
10th Jan '17 1:36:54 AM Delnoir
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* A meta entry, but Igarashi once sat down with Romscout, a Castlevania speedrunner, and with the help of a translator he did a speedrun of the game showing Igarashi both bugs he was aware existed in the game and even a few that he did not. This also brought on some hilarious moments such as when discussing the original bug used to keep the Alucard gear at the start of the game. The glitch was discovered very early on in the game's life and required the game be in luck mode. Not funny on it's own, but Igarashi mentioned that ''he was the one that programmed Luck Mode in the first place'' and that seeing the knockback being used to keep the Alucard equipment hurts each time.

to:

* A meta entry, but Igarashi once sat down with Romscout, a Castlevania speedrunner, and with the help of a translator he did a speedrun of the game showing Igarashi both bugs he was aware existed in the game and even a few that he did not. This also brought on some hilarious moments such as when discussing the original bug used to keep the Alucard gear at the start of the game. The glitch was discovered very early on in the game's life and required the game be in luck mode. Not funny on it's own, but Igarashi mentioned that ''he was the one that programmed Luck Mode in the first place'' and that seeing the knockback being used to keep the Alucard equipment hurts each time. Some of the other more absurdly difficult bugs had him remark that no bug tester in their right mind would EVER find some of the things Rom was doing.
10th Jan '17 1:26:48 AM Delnoir
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** Just as funny; the librarian goes on about his business as usual after you stop and return to his desk upfront normally. It may be hinted in that he either didn't give a shit or he had no idea what was going on.

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** Just as funny; the librarian goes on about his business as usual after you stop and return to his desk upfront normally. It may be hinted in that he either didn't give a shit or he had no idea what was going on.on.
* A meta entry, but Igarashi once sat down with Romscout, a Castlevania speedrunner, and with the help of a translator he did a speedrun of the game showing Igarashi both bugs he was aware existed in the game and even a few that he did not. This also brought on some hilarious moments such as when discussing the original bug used to keep the Alucard gear at the start of the game. The glitch was discovered very early on in the game's life and required the game be in luck mode. Not funny on it's own, but Igarashi mentioned that ''he was the one that programmed Luck Mode in the first place'' and that seeing the knockback being used to keep the Alucard equipment hurts each time.
9th Jun '16 5:23:27 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* Or the Secret Boots item whose description reads "Discreetly increases height!". If you look very closely (or have a big screen TV) you can see that it actually does, making Alucard a pixel or two higher.

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* Or the Secret Boots item whose description reads "Discreetly increases height!". If you look very closely (or have a big screen TV) you can see that it actually does, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin making Alucard a pixel or two higher.higher]].
28th Apr '16 7:22:50 PM SneaselSawashiro
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* In terms of the Master Librarian, once the player gains access to both the Gravity Boots (for the High Jump ability) and the room underneath the Librarian's seat....it's possible just for some small rewards, to push up his seat right from underneath. This is as rewarding as it is hilarious to see him like so, and this is also possible with both Richter and Maria.
** Just as funny; the librarian goes on about his business as usual after you stop and return to his desk upfront normally.

to:

* In terms of the Master Librarian, once the player gains access to both the Gravity Boots (for the High Jump ability) and the room underneath the Librarian's seat....it's possible just for some small rewards, rewards (as in, ''very rare'' items that can only gotten this way after visiting the Inverted Castle), to push up his seat right from underneath.underneath while he holds his arms up into the air out of panic. This is as rewarding as it is hilarious to see him like so, and this is also possible with both Richter and Maria.
** Just as funny; the librarian goes on about his business as usual after you stop and return to his desk upfront normally. It may be hinted in that he either didn't give a shit or he had no idea what was going on.
28th Apr '16 6:51:33 PM SneaselSawashiro
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* There are peanuts as healing items in the game, but their description states they're difficult to eat. Why? Well, this game has an EarlyInstallmentWeirdness aspect in that Alucard must equip healing items on his hands to use them outside of the menu, often throwing them on the ground so he can consume them. The peanuts are unique in that Alucard decides to be a show off about it and throws them over his head so the player has to manually move him under the peanut and hold up to make Alucard catch the snack on his mouth. The dhampir even [[MundaneMadeAwesome strikes a triumphant pose]] when the player gets it right.

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* There are peanuts as healing items in the game, but their description states they're difficult to eat. Why? Well, this game has an EarlyInstallmentWeirdness aspect in that Alucard must equip healing items on his hands to use them outside of the menu, often throwing them on the ground so he can consume them. The peanuts are unique in that Alucard decides to be a show off about it and throws them over his head so the player has to manually move him under the peanut and hold up to make Alucard catch the snack on his mouth. The dhampir even [[MundaneMadeAwesome strikes a triumphant pose]] when the player gets it right.right.
* In terms of the Master Librarian, once the player gains access to both the Gravity Boots (for the High Jump ability) and the room underneath the Librarian's seat....it's possible just for some small rewards, to push up his seat right from underneath. This is as rewarding as it is hilarious to see him like so, and this is also possible with both Richter and Maria.
** Just as funny; the librarian goes on about his business as usual after you stop and return to his desk upfront normally.
7th Apr '16 8:08:48 PM HyperEmerson
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** For extra hilarity, notice how Alucard sits in a polite way if he's confessing but goes back to slouching with his arms and legs crossed when he's on the Priest's chair, as if he's not even serious about it to begin with.



* Richter's Hydro Storm in his respective mode is [[GameBreaker so hilariously broken]] that it turns boss battles into five-second comedies.

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* Richter's Hydro Storm in his respective mode is [[GameBreaker so hilariously broken]] that it turns boss battles into five-second comedies.comedies.
* There are peanuts as healing items in the game, but their description states they're difficult to eat. Why? Well, this game has an EarlyInstallmentWeirdness aspect in that Alucard must equip healing items on his hands to use them outside of the menu, often throwing them on the ground so he can consume them. The peanuts are unique in that Alucard decides to be a show off about it and throws them over his head so the player has to manually move him under the peanut and hold up to make Alucard catch the snack on his mouth. The dhampir even [[MundaneMadeAwesome strikes a triumphant pose]] when the player gets it right.
27th Feb '16 10:15:11 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* Or the "Holy Relic," an item that lets Alucard go underwater without taking damage: [[spoiler:It's a snorkel.]]
* Or the Platform Shoes item whose description is "Discreetly makes you look taller". If you look very closely (or have a big screen TV) you can see that it actually does, making Alucard a pixel or two higher.

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* Or the "Holy Relic," Symbol," an item that lets Alucard go underwater without taking damage: [[spoiler:It's a snorkel.]]
* Or the Platform Shoes Secret Boots item whose description is reads "Discreetly makes you look taller".increases height!". If you look very closely (or have a big screen TV) you can see that it actually does, making Alucard a pixel or two higher.



* Summon Alucard's Bat familiar and have him turn into a bat, himself. The familiar ''falls in love with him'', little [[HeartSymbol hearts]] coming from it, with more bats joining in the higher the familliar's level. It's as [[CutenessProximity adorable]] as it is hilarious, and they also function as [[VideoGame/{{Gradius}} Options]] that shoot fireballs whenever you do.

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* Summon Alucard's Bat familiar and have him turn into a bat, himself. The familiar ''falls in love with him'', little [[HeartSymbol hearts]] coming from it, with more bats joining in the higher the familliar's familiar's level. It's as [[CutenessProximity adorable]] as it is hilarious, and they also function as [[VideoGame/{{Gradius}} Options]] that shoot fireballs whenever you do.
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