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5th Dec '17 9:58:49 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* The DeptHeaven series has a different genre with each episode (but not spinoff). The only thing similar between the gameplay of the episodes is that they're all a type of strategy game. Except ''VideoGame/RivieraThePromisedLand'', which is a JRPG.

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* The DeptHeaven ''VideoGame/DeptHeaven'' series has a different genre with each episode (but not spinoff). The only thing similar between the gameplay of the episodes is that they're all a type of strategy game. Except ''VideoGame/RivieraThePromisedLand'', which is a JRPG.
25th Nov '17 3:48:22 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* Parodied by Creator/ProZD in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1ZKcZbi1rg games that think more gameplay mechanics equals more fun]].

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* Parodied by Creator/ProZD in [[https://www."[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1ZKcZbi1rg games that think more gameplay mechanics equals more fun]].
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13th Oct '17 1:18:38 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* ''VideoGame/SinAndPunishment'' is mostly a rail shooter with a single horizontal-scrolling platform stage, but ''VideoGame/SinAndPunishmentStarSuccessor'' has more horizontal-scrolling segments, one stage is part DrivingGame, and the last part of the Stage 6 boss is [[spoiler:a one-on-one FightingGame segment]].
26th Sep '17 4:19:46 PM Twiddler
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* Parodied by [=ProZD=] in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1ZKcZbi1rg games that think more gameplay mechanics equals more fun]].

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* Parodied by [=ProZD=] Creator/ProZD in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1ZKcZbi1rg games that think more gameplay mechanics equals more fun]].
10th Sep '17 8:38:11 PM GrammarNavi
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* The ''DigimonWorld'' franchise definitely qualifies. First: Raise your digimon at the gym and compete in real-time battles, the story is a young boy trying to piece together what has happened to the denizens of File Island. The second is a dungeon crawler, with turn based battles, the story being a young kid becoming a tamer, then fighting off the Evil Organization. The [[DigimonWorld3 third]] plays somewhat like a mix between Pokemon and Final Fantasy, the story reflecting this. And the fourth ditches humans altogether and brings back real-time battling and introduces co-operative playing in teams of up to four players.

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* The ''DigimonWorld'' ''VideoGame/DigimonWorld'' franchise definitely qualifies. First: Raise your digimon Digimon at the gym and compete in real-time battles, the story is a young boy trying to piece together what has happened to the denizens of File Island. The second [[VideoGame/DigimonWorld2 second]] is a dungeon crawler, with turn based battles, the story being a young kid becoming a tamer, then fighting off the Evil Organization. The [[DigimonWorld3 [[VideoGame/DigimonWorld3 third]] plays somewhat like a mix between Pokemon and Final Fantasy, the story reflecting this. And the fourth [[VideoGame/DigimonWorld4 fourth]] ditches humans altogether and brings back real-time battling and introduces co-operative playing in teams of up to four players.
13th Jul '17 7:28:46 AM LunarNavigator
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* Parodied by [=ProZD=] in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1ZKcZbi1rg games that think more gameplay mechanics equals more fun]].
21st Jun '17 8:09:44 AM Gigabic
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* ''VideoGame/{{Battletoads}}'' has many styles of gameplay: beat-em-up vertical (both ways), horizontal with all 4 directions (belt-scrolling 3D) or just 2 (2D), high-speed obstacle courses, a racing level against three rats in succession, and even a (kinda) puzzle level that features snakes that move in insane patterns and you gotta stay on top of them. Sometimes the same level features more than one of these! And YES, this all forms a wonderful, cohesive experience.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Battletoads}}'' has many styles of gameplay: beat-em-up vertical (both ways), horizontal with all 4 directions (belt-scrolling 3D) or just 2 (2D), high-speed obstacle courses, a racing level against three rats in succession, and even a (kinda) puzzle level that features snakes that move in insane patterns and you gotta stay on top of them. Sometimes the same level features more than one of these! And YES, [[BlatantLies this all forms a wonderful, cohesive experience.experience]].
28th May '17 3:49:39 PM nombretomado
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* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy Video Game!'' has a different genre for each playable character: it's a beat-em-up for Peter, a stealth game for Brian, and a platformer/third-person-shooter for Stewie. There are also short flashback minigames a la ''WarioWare''.

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* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy Video Game!'' has a different genre for each playable character: it's a beat-em-up for Peter, a stealth game for Brian, and a platformer/third-person-shooter for Stewie. There are also short flashback minigames a la ''WarioWare''.''VideoGame/WarioWare''.
14th May '17 4:30:05 PM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/TraumaTeam'' is basically six games in one, but consists mainly of treatment games (which are rather like the other TraumaCenter games) and diagnosis and forensics, which are adventure games.

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* ''VideoGame/TraumaTeam'' is basically six games in one, but consists mainly of treatment games (which are rather like the other TraumaCenter ''VideoGame/TraumaCenter'' games) and diagnosis and forensics, which are adventure games.
25th Mar '17 11:27:53 AM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/KirbySuperStar'' consists of multiple shorter stories containing different gameplay elements (''Spring Breeze'' is a short remake of ''Kirby's Dreamland'' that adds [[PowerCopying Copy Abilities]], ''[=DynaBlade=]'' has a world map, ''Gourmet Race'' is a foot race against King Dedede, ''The Great Cave Offensive'' has {{Metroidvania}} elements and is the closest the series got to a true {{Metroidvania}} until ''Kirby and the Amazing Mirror'', ''Revenge of Meta Knight'' has a darker atmosphere and timed gameplay, and ''Milky Way Wishes'' disables the ability to gain Copy Abilities from inhaled enemies but adds power-ups that let you transform into specific Copy Abilities anytime you want. There is also a BossRush, and minigames featuring completely different gameplay. The NintendoDS remake, ''Kirby Super Star Ultra'', adds even more sub-games (Revenge of the King is a remake of the original ''Kirby's Dreamland's'' hard mode, Helper to Hero is a BossRush featuring the PlayerMooks, Meta Knightmare Ultra has you go through most of the original platformers again as Meta Knight, and The TRUE Arena is a BossRush featuring the bosses created for the remake), and adds three new minigames (the original minigames, complete with their original graphics, are unlockable).

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* ''VideoGame/KirbySuperStar'' consists of multiple shorter stories containing different gameplay elements (''Spring Breeze'' is a short remake of ''Kirby's Dreamland'' that adds [[PowerCopying Copy Abilities]], ''[=DynaBlade=]'' has a world map, ''Gourmet Race'' is a foot race against King Dedede, ''The Great Cave Offensive'' has {{Metroidvania}} elements and is the closest the series got to a true {{Metroidvania}} until ''Kirby and the Amazing Mirror'', ''Revenge of Meta Knight'' has a darker atmosphere and timed gameplay, and ''Milky Way Wishes'' disables the ability to gain Copy Abilities from inhaled enemies but adds power-ups that let you transform into specific Copy Abilities anytime you want. There is also a BossRush, and minigames featuring completely different gameplay. The NintendoDS UsefulNotes/NintendoDS remake, ''Kirby Super Star Ultra'', adds even more sub-games (Revenge of the King is a remake of the original ''Kirby's Dreamland's'' hard mode, Helper to Hero is a BossRush featuring the PlayerMooks, Meta Knightmare Ultra has you go through most of the original platformers again as Meta Knight, and The TRUE Arena is a BossRush featuring the bosses created for the remake), and adds three new minigames (the original minigames, complete with their original graphics, are unlockable).
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