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2nd Aug '16 11:10:05 AM TwilightLord
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* ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'' awards you bonus points for the number of enemies you kill in a combo. As Sonic/Shadow, this means number of enemies you kill without touching the ground. As Tails/Eggman, this means number of enemies you kill with one round of seeker shots. As Knuckles/Rouge, how quickly you find each Emerald Shard (or key or Chaos Emerald) and how few hints you use (the Perfect bonus is rewarded for finding the Emerald fast using no hints). The number of bonus points you get increases as you kill more enemies, with each combo being complemented by a ranking. The ranks are - "Good!" (100), "Nice!" (200), "Great!" (300), "Jammin'!" (400), "Cool!" (500), "Tight!" (800), "Awesome!" (1000), "Extreme!" (1500) and "Perfect!" (2000). Most of them are meant to keep with the "'tude" that Sonic has. Sonic and Shadow occasionally get these for just doing tricks or generally cool stuff in a level as well.

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* ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'' awards you bonus points for the number of enemies you kill in a combo. As Sonic/Shadow, this means number of enemies you kill without touching the ground. As Tails/Eggman, this means number of enemies you kill with one round of seeker shots. As Knuckles/Rouge, how quickly you find each Emerald Shard (or key or Chaos Emerald) and how few hints you use (the Perfect bonus is rewarded for finding the Emerald fast using no hints). The number of bonus points you get increases as you kill more enemies, with each combo being complemented by a ranking. The ranks are - "Good!" (100), "Nice!" (200), "Great!" (300), "Jammin'!" (400), "Cool!" (500), "Radical!" (600) "Tight!" (800), "Awesome!" (1000), "Extreme!" (1500) and "Perfect!" (2000). Most of them are meant to keep with the "'tude" that Sonic has. Sonic and Shadow occasionally get these for just doing tricks or generally cool stuff in a level as well.
30th Jul '16 1:07:24 PM TwilightLord
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* ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'' awards you bonus points for the number enemies you kill in a combo. As Sonic/Shadow, this means number of enemies you kill without touching the ground. As Tails/Eggman, this means number of enemies you kill with one round of seeker shots. The number of bonus points you get increases as you kill more enemies, with each combo being complemented by a ranking. They range from Good to Tight, Radical, Jammin', Perfect, etc. Most of them are meant to keep with the "'tude" that Sonic has.

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* ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'' awards you bonus points for the number of enemies you kill in a combo. As Sonic/Shadow, this means number of enemies you kill without touching the ground. As Tails/Eggman, this means number of enemies you kill with one round of seeker shots. As Knuckles/Rouge, how quickly you find each Emerald Shard (or key or Chaos Emerald) and how few hints you use (the Perfect bonus is rewarded for finding the Emerald fast using no hints). The number of bonus points you get increases as you kill more enemies, with each combo being complemented by a ranking. They range from Good to Tight, Radical, Jammin', Perfect, etc.The ranks are - "Good!" (100), "Nice!" (200), "Great!" (300), "Jammin'!" (400), "Cool!" (500), "Tight!" (800), "Awesome!" (1000), "Extreme!" (1500) and "Perfect!" (2000). Most of them are meant to keep with the "'tude" that Sonic has. Sonic and Shadow occasionally get these for just doing tricks or generally cool stuff in a level as well.
10th Jul '16 9:27:18 AM KBABZ
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* Parodied to the utmost extreme in a ''SunsetOverdrive'' mission called TastesLikeChicken regarding [[ItMakesSenseInContext barbecuing gathering pigeon flocks with button-activated flamethrower traps in order to heal an ailing LARP King]]. [[LargeHamAnnouncer The Announcer]] starts with "Pigeon Combo", making it up to "[[MundaneMadeawesome Holy Mega Ultra Pigeon Combo]]", [[SerialEscalation then gets so ludicrous that it blows most]] [[CapcomSequelStagnation Street Fighter names]] completely out of the water:
--> '''Announcer''': Super Macro Holy Mega Ultra Pigeon Combo!
--> '''Announcer''': Adamantium Platinum Super Macro Holy Mega Ultra Pigeon Combo!
--> '''Announcer''': Pneumono-ultra-microscopic-sillico-volcano-psychedelic-niosis Supreme Maximum Ultra Combo... ahh [[PrecisionFStrike fuck]] I forgot to say pigeon!
9th Jul '16 7:53:57 AM AM_NK
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* ''VideoGame/{{Nexuiz}}'': Triple kill![[note]][[CaptainObvious 3 kills]][[/note]] Rage![[note]]5 kills[[/note]] Massacre![[note]]10 kills[[/note]] MAYHEM![[note]]15 kills.[[/note]] BERSERKER![[note]]20 kills[[/note]] '''CARNAGE!'''[[note]]25 kills[[/note]] '''ARMAGEDDON!!!'''[[note]]30 kills[[/note]]
10th Jan '16 9:41:13 PM phoenix
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** Its most widely known uses today are in TheBeautifulGame and UsefulNotes/IceHockey, when a player scores three times in a game. Ice hockey takes it a bit more literal than usual - if a player scores a hat trick, fans traditionally throw their hats onto the ice after his third goal.

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** Its most widely known uses today are in TheBeautifulGame UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball and UsefulNotes/IceHockey, when a player scores three times in a game. Ice hockey takes it a bit more literal than usual - if a player scores a hat trick, fans traditionally throw their hats onto the ice after his third goal.
13th Dec '15 5:52:33 PM nombretomado
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** Examples from ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'', in order: "Yes", "Cool", "Good", "Great", "[[SurferDude Dude!]]", "Sweet", "Awesome", "Wonderful", "VideoGame/{{Viewtiful|Joe}}", "Excellent", "[[VideoGame/DevilMayCry Stylish]]", "Franchise/{{Fantastic|Four}}", "[[Franchise/{{Spider-Man}} Amazing]]" "[[TheIncredibleHulk Incredible]]", "[[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Mighty]]", "Marvelous", "[[Franchise/{{X-Men}} Uncanny]]", "[[VideoGame/DevilMayCry Crazy]]", "ComicBook/{{Galact|us}}ic" and (whew!) "[[TheJuggernaut Unstoppable]]".

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** Examples from ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'', in order: "Yes", "Cool", "Good", "Great", "[[SurferDude Dude!]]", "Sweet", "Awesome", "Wonderful", "VideoGame/{{Viewtiful|Joe}}", "Excellent", "[[VideoGame/DevilMayCry Stylish]]", "Franchise/{{Fantastic|Four}}", "[[Franchise/{{Spider-Man}} Amazing]]" "[[TheIncredibleHulk Incredible]]", "[[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Mighty]]", "Marvelous", "[[Franchise/{{X-Men}} "[[ComicBook/UncannyXMen Uncanny]]", "[[VideoGame/DevilMayCry Crazy]]", "ComicBook/{{Galact|us}}ic" and (whew!) "[[TheJuggernaut Unstoppable]]".
23rd Sep '15 8:27:04 PM nombretomado
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** Examples from ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'', in order: "Yes", "Cool", "Good", "Great", "[[SurferDude Dude!]]", "Sweet", "Awesome", "Wonderful", "VideoGame/{{Viewtiful|Joe}}", "Excellent", "[[VideoGame/DevilMayCry Stylish]]", "Franchise/{{Fantastic|Four}}", "[[Franchise/{{Spider-Man}} Amazing]]" "[[TheIncredibleHulk Incredible]]", "[[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Mighty]]", "Marvelous", "[[Franchise/{{X-Men}} Uncanny]]", "[[VideoGame/DevilMayCry Crazy]]", "{{Galact|us}}ic" and (whew!) "[[TheJuggernaut Unstoppable]]".

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** Examples from ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'', in order: "Yes", "Cool", "Good", "Great", "[[SurferDude Dude!]]", "Sweet", "Awesome", "Wonderful", "VideoGame/{{Viewtiful|Joe}}", "Excellent", "[[VideoGame/DevilMayCry Stylish]]", "Franchise/{{Fantastic|Four}}", "[[Franchise/{{Spider-Man}} Amazing]]" "[[TheIncredibleHulk Incredible]]", "[[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Mighty]]", "Marvelous", "[[Franchise/{{X-Men}} Uncanny]]", "[[VideoGame/DevilMayCry Crazy]]", "{{Galact|us}}ic" "ComicBook/{{Galact|us}}ic" and (whew!) "[[TheJuggernaut Unstoppable]]".
22nd Aug '15 3:30:04 AM Cryoclaste
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* The ''{{Capcom Vs|Whatever}}.'' games. Normal names are used for small combos, such as "Yes, Good, Great". Higher combos and more recent terms up the ante with words like "Wonderful, VideoGame/{{Viewtiful|Joe}}, Galactic, Cosmic, etc." Often, at least one combo level is named for the company Capcom is picking fights with (such as {{Creator/Marvel|Comics}}ous or ''"Creator/{{Tatsun|okoProduction}}[[PerfectlyCromulentWord ical]]"'').

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* The ''{{Capcom ''VideoGame/{{Capcom Vs|Whatever}}.'' games. Normal names are used for small combos, such as "Yes, Good, Great". Higher combos and more recent terms up the ante with words like "Wonderful, VideoGame/{{Viewtiful|Joe}}, Galactic, Cosmic, etc." Often, at least one combo level is named for the company Capcom is picking fights with (such as {{Creator/Marvel|Comics}}ous or ''"Creator/{{Tatsun|okoProduction}}[[PerfectlyCromulentWord ical]]"'').



* Combos in the ''BitTrip'' series are rewarded thus:

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* Combos in the ''BitTrip'' ''VideoGame/BitTrip'' series are rewarded thus:



* ''ClayFighter 63 1/3'' parodies this with labels like "lame", "cheesy", and "little girlie" for small combos. Bigger ones get labels like "king size", "triple brown betty", "ludicrous" and "insane".
* ''PuzzlePirates'' has, in order, Double! Triple! Bingo! Donkey! Vegas! Vegas^2! Vegas^3! etc.

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* ''ClayFighter ''VideoGame/ClayFighter 63 1/3'' parodies this with labels like "lame", "cheesy", and "little girlie" for small combos. Bigger ones get labels like "king size", "triple brown betty", "ludicrous" and "insane".
* ''PuzzlePirates'' ''VideoGame/PuzzlePirates'' has, in order, Double! Triple! Bingo! Donkey! Vegas! Vegas^2! Vegas^3! etc.



* In the ''MarioAndLuigi'' series, there's 'OK', 'Good', 'Great' and 'Excellent' depending on how well you perform your TimedHits on the offense, particularly for Bros Attacks.
* In ''PaperMario'' and its sequels, how well you fulfill action commands gives you a rank which goes from Nice to Good, Great, Excellent and Wonderful. There are also Stylish moves, but the only rank for them is Stylish.

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* In the ''MarioAndLuigi'' ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigi'' series, there's 'OK', 'Good', 'Great' and 'Excellent' depending on how well you perform your TimedHits on the offense, particularly for Bros Attacks.
* In ''PaperMario'' ''VideoGame/{{Paper Mario|64}}'' and its sequels, how well you fulfill action commands gives you a rank which goes from Nice to Good, Great, Excellent and Wonderful. There are also Stylish moves, but the only rank for them is Stylish.



* ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosCrusade'': Like the CapcomVsWhatever fighting games, one level references the game itself and one level references the series. In order: Nice, Good, Very Good, Great, Excellent, Super, Awesome, Amazing, Beautiful, Crazy, Fantastic, Outstanding, Manly, Incredible, Monster, Unstoppable, Legendary, Godlike, Crusader, Smashing. Combos can go up to 99, but the Smashing level is used for all combos larger than 22.

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* ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosCrusade'': Like the CapcomVsWhatever VideoGame/CapcomVsWhatever fighting games, one level references the game itself and one level references the series. In order: Nice, Good, Very Good, Great, Excellent, Super, Awesome, Amazing, Beautiful, Crazy, Fantastic, Outstanding, Manly, Incredible, Monster, Unstoppable, Legendary, Godlike, Crusader, Smashing. Combos can go up to 99, but the Smashing level is used for all combos larger than 22.
25th Jul '15 2:34:41 PM rcmerod52
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* ''VideoGame/SonicColors'' awards you bonus points when the QuickTimeEvent (more like [[ButtonMashing mash the 'A' button]]) is done properly. "Good! Great! Awesome! OUTSTANDING! '''AMAZING!'''"

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* ''VideoGame/SonicColors'' awards you bonus points when the QuickTimeEvent (more like [[ButtonMashing mash the 'A' button]]) is done properly. "Good! Great! Awesome! OUTSTANDING! '''AMAZING!'''"'''AMAZING!'''" Do it with Super Sonic, and you just get the last one.



* In the ''Mario & Luigi'' series, there's 'OK', 'Good', 'Great' and 'Excellent' depending on how well you perform your TimedHits on the offense, particularly for Bros Attacks.

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* In the ''Mario & Luigi'' ''MarioAndLuigi'' series, there's 'OK', 'Good', 'Great' and 'Excellent' depending on how well you perform your TimedHits on the offense, particularly for Bros Attacks.
18th Jul '15 6:38:21 PM nombretomado
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** Examples from ''MarvelVsCapcom3'', in order: "Yes", "Cool", "Good", "Great", "[[SurferDude Dude!]]", "Sweet", "Awesome", "Wonderful", "VideoGame/{{Viewtiful|Joe}}", "Excellent", "[[VideoGame/DevilMayCry Stylish]]", "Franchise/{{Fantastic|Four}}", "[[Franchise/{{Spider-Man}} Amazing]]" "[[TheIncredibleHulk Incredible]]", "[[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Mighty]]", "Marvelous", "[[Franchise/{{X-Men}} Uncanny]]", "[[VideoGame/DevilMayCry Crazy]]", "{{Galact|us}}ic" and (whew!) "[[TheJuggernaut Unstoppable]]".

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** Examples from ''MarvelVsCapcom3'', ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'', in order: "Yes", "Cool", "Good", "Great", "[[SurferDude Dude!]]", "Sweet", "Awesome", "Wonderful", "VideoGame/{{Viewtiful|Joe}}", "Excellent", "[[VideoGame/DevilMayCry Stylish]]", "Franchise/{{Fantastic|Four}}", "[[Franchise/{{Spider-Man}} Amazing]]" "[[TheIncredibleHulk Incredible]]", "[[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Mighty]]", "Marvelous", "[[Franchise/{{X-Men}} Uncanny]]", "[[VideoGame/DevilMayCry Crazy]]", "{{Galact|us}}ic" and (whew!) "[[TheJuggernaut Unstoppable]]".
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