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7th May '18 3:11:22 PM FlakyPorcupine
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** The levels of ''VideoGame/{{SUPERHOT}}'' don't even have any interconnecting theme or context, something which is lampshaded within the game itself. This is justified however, considering that ''SUPERHOT'' InUniverse [[spoiler:isn't a game to begin with]].
17th Apr '18 12:43:19 AM Arcorann
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* ''VideoGame/{{Galaxian}}'': And to an even larger extent, ''VideoGame/{{Galaga}}'' and it's descendants. To this day, there is confusion as to who the Galaxians are. The original game strongly suggests that it's TheFederation which your ship (called a Galaxip) presumably represents. But PopCultureOsmosis has suggested that the Galaxians are the alien invaders. And is ''Galaga'' a sequel or a remake/reimagining? Are any of the ''Galaxian''/''Galaga'' games even related to each other in story? Does ''Galaxian'' share a universe with ''Videogame/{{Gorf}}'' (which has a Galaxian stage)? or ''{{PacMan}}'' (which has a Galaxian flagship as one of the bonus items)? All of these questions may never be answered.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Galaxian}}'': And to an even larger extent, ''VideoGame/{{Galaga}}'' and it's descendants. To this day, there is confusion as to who the Galaxians are. The original game strongly suggests that it's TheFederation which your ship (called a Galaxip) presumably represents. But PopCultureOsmosis has suggested that the Galaxians are the alien invaders. And is ''Galaga'' a sequel or a remake/reimagining? Are any of the ''Galaxian''/''Galaga'' games even related to each other in story? Does ''Galaxian'' share a universe with ''Videogame/{{Gorf}}'' (which has a Galaxian stage)? or ''{{PacMan}}'' (which has a Galaxian flagship as one of the bonus items)? All of these questions may never be answered.Eventually Namco did some CanonWelding by creating the UGSF Series, which [[AllThereInTheManual gave some backstory information]] and confirmed that Galaga was a sequel to Galaxian.
16th Apr '18 8:18:44 PM MeisterBland
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* ''VideoGame/{{Germination}}'': An unnamed astronaut is stuck on an unnamed planet fighting off a ton of plants. That's it.
27th Feb '18 12:35:13 AM EvilKid
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** Same can be said to Hentai, be they games, manga and anime.
2nd Feb '18 5:41:45 PM nombretomado
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Not to be confused with ''[[http://www.amazon.com/No-Plot-Problem-Low-Stress-High-Velocity/dp/0811845052 No Plot? No Problem!]]'', a handbook guide to the very popular [[NaNoWriMo (Inter)National Novel Writing Month]] contest.

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Not to be confused with ''[[http://www.amazon.com/No-Plot-Problem-Low-Stress-High-Velocity/dp/0811845052 No Plot? No Problem!]]'', a handbook guide to the very popular [[NaNoWriMo [[UsefulNotes/NaNoWriMo (Inter)National Novel Writing Month]] contest.
2nd Feb '18 2:47:19 PM infernape612
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-->-- '''Creator/{{Seanbaby}}''' [[http://www.seanbaby.com/nes/nes/intro.htm hands out a "Best Game Intro" Award]] to ''VideoGame/BadDudes''.

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-->-- '''Creator/{{Seanbaby}}''' [[http://www.seanbaby.com/nes/nes/intro.htm hands out a "Best Game Intro" Award]] to ''VideoGame/BadDudes''.
''VideoGame/BadDudes''
2nd Feb '18 11:29:55 AM veronchung27
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* ''VideoGame/InfinityBlade'': Played with. The first game consists of a Warrior and his descendants trying to slay the God-King. There is little explanation given for this, although if you break into the [[spoiler: God-King's lab]], you'll get hints that this is a story behind all this. The second game has even more of a plot and explains some more.

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* ''VideoGame/InfinityBlade'': Played with. The first game consists of a Warrior and his descendants trying to slay the God-King. There is little explanation given for this, although if you break into the [[spoiler: God-King's lab]], you'll get hints that this is a story behind all this. The second game has even more of a plot and explains some more. The third game concludes the story and explains almost everything.
29th Dec '17 12:35:08 PM nombretomado
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* ''Videogame/{{Galaxian}}'': And to an even larger extent, ''{{Galaga}}'' and it's descendants. To this day, there is confusion as to who the Galaxians are. The original game strongly suggests that it's TheFederation which your ship (called a Galaxip) presumably represents. But PopCultureOsmosis has suggested that the Galaxians are the alien invaders. And is ''Galaga'' a sequel or a remake/reimagining? Are any of the ''Galaxian''/''Galaga'' games even related to each other in story? Does ''Galaxian'' share a universe with ''Videogame/{{Gorf}}'' (which has a Galaxian stage)? or ''{{PacMan}}'' (which has a Galaxian flagship as one of the bonus items)? All of these questions may never be answered.

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* ''Videogame/{{Galaxian}}'': ''VideoGame/{{Galaxian}}'': And to an even larger extent, ''{{Galaga}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Galaga}}'' and it's descendants. To this day, there is confusion as to who the Galaxians are. The original game strongly suggests that it's TheFederation which your ship (called a Galaxip) presumably represents. But PopCultureOsmosis has suggested that the Galaxians are the alien invaders. And is ''Galaga'' a sequel or a remake/reimagining? Are any of the ''Galaxian''/''Galaga'' games even related to each other in story? Does ''Galaxian'' share a universe with ''Videogame/{{Gorf}}'' (which has a Galaxian stage)? or ''{{PacMan}}'' (which has a Galaxian flagship as one of the bonus items)? All of these questions may never be answered.
20th Dec '17 8:49:08 PM ThatTwerp
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* James Benning's ''13 Lakes'' is a film that consists of nothing but 10-minute long static shots of 13 different lakes across the United States.
1st Dec '17 7:14:29 PM legendaryweredragon
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* The two ''Film/{{Animusic}}'' films are similar to ''Fantasia'' but have even less plot, being just a bunch computer animated music videos of animated instruments, machines, and robots playing songs.



* The two ''Film/Animusic'' films have even less plot than ''Fanatia'', being just a bunch computer animated music videos of animated instruments, machines, and robots playing songs.

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* The two ''Film/Animusic'' films have even less plot than ''Fanatia'', being just a bunch computer animated music videos of animated instruments, machines, and robots playing songs.
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