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* ''VideoGame/BlastCorps'': After the credits roll, one last main level appears in which a large city needs to be leveled to clear the path for a space shuttle's emergency landing. Then a bonus level on the moon is unlocked. After clearing that, you're encouraged to unlock all the bonus levels and collect all the gold medals. Doing this unlocks four more bonus levels around the solar system, and getting gold medals on those unlocks time trials for the main levels, allowing a third medal to be collected in each. Finally, getting gold on all the time trials reveals platinum medal targets for every bonus level and time trial.
4th Mar '18 3:02:25 PM nombretomado
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* ''[[StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime Star Ocean: Till the End of Time]]'': Completing the main quest will unlock the Maze of Tribulations, the Urssa Cave Temple, and allows you to take on the rest of Sphere 211 (which covers the remaining 111 floors). Each dungeon comes complete with their own bonus boss battles. However, [[VideoGame/ValkyrieProfile Lenneth and Freya]] cameo as the game's two [[SNKBoss optional bosses]], and have attacks so devastating, they can [[CurbstompBattle annihilate]] even fully leveled parties in record time.

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* ''[[StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime Star Ocean: Till the End of Time]]'': ''VideoGame/StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime'': Completing the main quest will unlock the Maze of Tribulations, the Urssa Cave Temple, and allows you to take on the rest of Sphere 211 (which covers the remaining 111 floors). Each dungeon comes complete with their own bonus boss battles. However, [[VideoGame/ValkyrieProfile Lenneth and Freya]] cameo as the game's two [[SNKBoss optional bosses]], and have attacks so devastating, they can [[CurbstompBattle annihilate]] even fully leveled parties in record time.
24th Feb '18 2:52:49 AM Dghcrh
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* The ''ProfessorLayton'' series offers you the Sound Mode, images, the cinematics and descriptions of every character... that is, if you obtained enough picarats from solving puzzles.

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* The ''ProfessorLayton'' ''VideoGame/ProfessorLayton'' series offers you the Sound Mode, images, the cinematics and descriptions of every character... that is, if you obtained enough picarats from solving puzzles.
15th Feb '18 9:05:59 PM NESBoy
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** Completing ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy2'' with 120 stars unlocks the green star challenge, an additional 120 stars. These range from pathetically easy, to RageQuit inducing difficulty depending on their location and means required to snag 'em. There's more. If you can get 240 stars (a feat in itself) and deposit 9,999 starbits in the toad bank, you'll unlock the HarderThanHard Grand Master Galaxy. This level comes with its own comet coin which must be collected along with the course's star. Then you get to take on [[ThatOneLevel "The Perfect Run".]] Good luck with that.

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** Completing ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy2'' with 120 stars unlocks the green star challenge, an additional 120 stars. These range from pathetically easy, to RageQuit inducing difficulty depending on their location and means required to snag 'em. There's more. If you can get 240 stars (a feat in itself) and deposit 9,999 starbits in the toad bank, you'll unlock the HarderThanHard Grand Master Galaxy. This level comes with its own comet coin which must be collected along with the course's star. Then you get to take on [[ThatOneLevel "The Perfect Run".]] Good luck with that.
9th Feb '18 3:01:48 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* ''VideoGame/RabiRibi'' nominally ends after Chapter 5, but then there are three more chapters to go, which introduce new dungeons and three particularly difficult and [[MarathonLevel long]] bosses. And then there's ''Post-Post''-End-Game Content in the form of the "Is The Order A DLC?" expansion, which can be purchased but not accessed until Chapter 8 is completed.
9th Feb '18 3:00:10 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* The ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}'' series. Many {{Bonus Boss}}es and [[BonusDungeon Dungeons]] only become available after killing the final boss, as well as some {{Secret Character}}s. Some of the [[VideoGameRemake remakes]] feature [[GaidenGame gaiden]] [[AnotherSideAnotherStory storylines]] that are only unlocked after completing the game, as well.

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* The ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}'' series. Many {{Bonus Boss}}es and [[BonusDungeon Dungeons]] only become available after killing the final boss, as well as some {{Secret Character}}s. Some of the [[VideoGameRemake remakes]] feature [[GaidenGame gaiden]] [[AnotherSideAnotherStory storylines]] that are only unlocked after completing the game, as well. These post-game stages [[BrutalBonusLevel regularly have enemies with levels far beyond what the final boss has]].
15th Jan '18 9:09:43 AM AmethystLeslie
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*** [[VideoGame/PokemonUltraSunAndUltraMoon]] unlock the ability to get 2 new Ultra Beasts introduced in these games (yes, introduced in the middle of the 7th Generation), [[spoiler:Blacephalon in Ultra Sun and Stakataka in Ultra Moon]]. Also, a postgame story is unlocked where you face [[spoiler:Team Rainbow Rocket, consisting of evil team leaders from past games, with a ''legendary'' Pokemon in their party]]! The Battle Tree, the 2nd half of Poni Island and the [[spoiler:Champion defense feature]] carries over from ''Sun and Moon''.

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*** [[VideoGame/PokemonUltraSunAndUltraMoon]] VideoGame/PokemonUltraSunAndUltraMoon unlock the ability to get 2 new Ultra Beasts introduced in these games (yes, introduced in the middle of the 7th Generation), [[spoiler:Blacephalon in Ultra Sun and Stakataka in Ultra Moon]]. Also, a postgame story is unlocked where you face [[spoiler:Team Rainbow Rocket, consisting of evil team leaders from past games, with a ''legendary'' Pokemon in their party]]! The Battle Tree, the 2nd half of Poni Island and the [[spoiler:Champion defense feature]] carries over from ''Sun and Moon''.
15th Jan '18 9:09:43 AM AmethystLeslie
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15th Jan '18 9:06:07 AM AmethystLeslie
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*** [[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire The third-generation sixth generation remakes]] unlock the ''Delta Episode'', a short episode that involves a meteor threatening to hit Hoenn and the ability to fight & catch Deoxys. The ''Delta Episode'' also includes a nod to the original ''Ruby & Sapphire'', implying it to be an Alternate Universe of ''Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire''. After beating that, the Battle Resort is unlocked with its own Daycare, move tutors, and Battle Maison. A final Wally fight is available after beating a Battle Chatelaine with a team can surprise even competitive players.
** [[VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon The seventh generation]] unlocks the ability to capture all four of the Legendary temple guardians, as well as hunt and capture the escaped [[EldritchAbomination Ultra Beasts]]. Once all the UB are dealt with, it unlocks Necrozma to be encountered. In addition to this, beating the game unlocks the Battle Tree, a suped up version of the Battle Maison that is being run by champions from the first generation games, Red and Blue. Also, by beating the initial 20 rounds of the Battle Tree, the super versions of the challenges are unlocked, which allow you to encounter special trainers such as island captains and rivals or champions from other generations. They can even be scouted if you beat them and be chosen to partner up with you in multi-battles.
*** [[VideoGame/PokemonUltraSunAndUltraMoon]] unlock the ability to get 2 new Ultra Beasts introduced in these games (yes, introduced in the middle of the 7th Generation), [[spoiler:Blacephalon in Ultra Sun and Stakataka in Ultra Moon]].

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*** [[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire The third-generation sixth generation remakes]] unlock the ''Delta Episode'', a short episode that involves a meteor threatening to hit Hoenn and the ability to fight & catch Deoxys. The ''Delta Episode'' also includes a nod to the original ''Ruby & Sapphire'', implying it to be an Alternate Universe of ''Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire''. After beating that, the Battle Resort is unlocked with its own Daycare, move tutors, and Battle Maison. A final Wally fight is available after beating a Battle Chatelaine in any Super battle format with a team can surprise even competitive players.
** [[VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon The seventh generation]] unlocks the ability to capture all four of the Legendary temple guardians, as well as hunt and capture the escaped [[EldritchAbomination Ultra Beasts]]. Once all the UB are dealt with, it unlocks Necrozma to be encountered. In addition to this, beating the game unlocks the Battle Tree, a suped up version of the Battle Maison that is being run by champions from the first generation games, Red and Blue. Also, by beating the initial 20 rounds of the Battle Tree, the super versions of the challenges are unlocked, which allow you to encounter special trainers such as island captains and rivals or champions from other generations. They can even be scouted if you beat them and be chosen to partner up with you in multi-battles. \n Also, talking to Gladion in the Aether Foundation will give you a Type: Null of your own. Defeat the Elite Four again, and you can face [[spoiler:10 different trainers that you met along your journey (well, save for [[GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere Ryuki]]), because you are the first Champion in Alola's history and you are defending your Champion title]].
*** [[VideoGame/PokemonUltraSunAndUltraMoon]] unlock the ability to get 2 new Ultra Beasts introduced in these games (yes, introduced in the middle of the 7th Generation), [[spoiler:Blacephalon in Ultra Sun and Stakataka in Ultra Moon]]. Also, a postgame story is unlocked where you face [[spoiler:Team Rainbow Rocket, consisting of evil team leaders from past games, with a ''legendary'' Pokemon in their party]]! The Battle Tree, the 2nd half of Poni Island and the [[spoiler:Champion defense feature]] carries over from ''Sun and Moon''.
15th Jan '18 8:48:19 AM AmethystLeslie
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** [[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire The third generation]] unlocks the roaming Pokémon Latios or Latias. Ruby & Sapphire unlock Rayquaza and the Battle Tower, Emerald unlocks the Pokémon Frontier, 2 extra zones for the Safari Zone that allowed players to catch some Johto pokemon, the ability to catch Groudon and Kyorge, and a fight with [[spoiler:Ruby and Sapphire's champion Steven Stone in the deepest part of Meteor Falls]]. [=FireRed=] & [=LeafGreen's=] postgame also unlocked the 4th-7th islands of the Sevii Islands.
** [[VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl The fourth generation]] unlocks the upper right part of the map, with the Fight, Survival and Resort Areas, but to unlock the latter two you need to have seen every Pokémon in the Regional Pokédex (which can be a pain in the ass and a GuideDangIt to boot). Turnback Cave also appeared when you unlocked the previous areas. Pokémon swarms started to appear every day too. [=HeartGold=] and [=SoulSilver=]'s postgame is the same as the originals, with every Gym Leader giving out a TM this time, and of course, access to an expanded Mt. Silver [[spoiler: and Red]], and [[UpToEleven after THAT]], the ability to get a Kanto and Hoenn starter, fighting either Groudon ([=SoulSilver=]) or Kyogre ([=HeartGold=]), the chance to catch National Dex mons in either the Bug-Catching Contest or playing a remixed [[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire Route 101]] or [[VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl Route 201]] in certain areas, the GS Sounds Key Item (plays 8-bit music for most areas and fights in the game, in the style of the original Gold and Silver), and of course, the Battle Frontier.
** [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite The fifth generation]] went one step further than any other, as beating the game lets you [[spoiler:fight the Champion of the League]], something never done before. Other important fights with {{Bonus Boss}}es are unlocked too, as well as new areas (the right part of the map) where old generation Pokemon appear. The option to connect with the fourth generation becomes available too. Kyurem, the 3rd member of the Tao Trio, can be fought, [[VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 The sequels]] unlock the true Pokémon World Tournament (allowing the player to challenge every Gym Leader and Champion in the series up to Gen V), make several Legendary Pokémon available for capture including older ones such as Latios and Latias, and open up more parts of Unova to explore (most of which consist of early-game towns from ''Black'' and ''White''). A new Battle Facility is also unlocked along with Black City and White Forest, Black Tower and White Treehollow. These facilities actually let you gain experience and the boss of the end is [[spoiler:Benga, the grandson of the BW champion]], who gives a gift ''shiny'' Gible (Black 2) or Dratini (White 2) after beating him.
** [[VideoGame/PokemonXAndY The sixth generation]] gears the post-end game content towards TournamentPlay, with the Friend Safari (where pokémon with two out of six perfect stats and better abilities can be caught) being unlocked, along with the Battle Maison awarding new prizes essential to stat breeding. Mewtwo also makes a comeback, holding its Mega Stone.
** [[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire The third-generation sixth generation remakes]] unlock the ''Delta Episode'', a short episode that involves a meteor threatening to hit Hoenn and the ability to fight & catch Deoxys. The ''Delta Episode'' also includes a nod to the original ''Ruby & Sapphire'', implying it to be an Alternate Universe of ''Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire''.
** [[VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon The seventh generation]] unlocks the ability to capture all four of the Legendary temple guardians, as well as hunt and capture the escaped [[EldritchAbomination Ultra Beasts]]. Once all the UB are dealt with, it unlocks Necrozma to be encountered. In addition to this, beating the game unlocks the Battle Tree, a suped up version of the Battle Masion that is being run by champions from the first generation games, Red and Blue. Also, by beating the initial 20 rounds of the Battle Tree, the super versions of the challenges are unlocked, which allow you to encounter special trainers such as island captains and rivals or champions from other generations. They can even be scouted if you beat them and be chosen to partner up with you in multi-battles.

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** [[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire The third generation]] unlocks the roaming Pokémon Latios or Latias. Ruby & Sapphire unlock Rayquaza and the Battle Tower, Emerald unlocks the Pokémon Frontier, 2 extra zones for the Safari Zone that allowed players to catch some Johto pokemon, the ability to catch Groudon and Kyorge, and a fight with [[spoiler:Ruby and Sapphire's champion Steven Stone in the deepest part of Meteor Falls]]. [=FireRed=] Falls]].
***[=FireRed=]
& [=LeafGreen's=] postgame also postgame, unlocking with unlocking Mewtwo, unlocked the 4th-7th islands of the Sevii Islands.
** [[VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl The fourth generation]] unlocks the upper right part of the map, with the Fight, Survival and Resort Areas, but to unlock the latter two you need to have seen every Pokémon in the Regional Pokédex (which can be a pain in the ass and a GuideDangIt to boot). Turnback Cave also appeared when you unlocked the previous areas. Pokémon swarms started to appear every day too. [=HeartGold=] too.
***[=HeartGold=]
and [=SoulSilver=]'s postgame is the same as the originals, with every Gym Leader giving out a TM this time, and of course, access to an expanded Mt. Silver [[spoiler: and Red]], and [[UpToEleven after THAT]], the ability to get a Kanto and Hoenn starter, fighting either Groudon ([=SoulSilver=]) or Kyogre ([=HeartGold=]), the chance to catch National Dex mons in either the Bug-Catching Contest or playing a remixed [[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire Route 101]] or [[VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl Route 201]] in certain areas, the GS Sounds Key Item (plays 8-bit music for most areas and fights in the game, in the style of the original Gold and Silver), and of course, the Battle Frontier.
** [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite The fifth generation]] went one step further than any other, as beating the game lets you [[spoiler:fight the Champion of the League]], something never done before. Other important fights with {{Bonus Boss}}es are unlocked too, as well as new areas (the right part of the map) where old generation Pokemon appear. The option to connect with the fourth generation becomes available too. Kyurem, the 3rd member of the Tao Trio, can be fought, [[VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 fought.
***[[VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2
The sequels]] unlock the true Pokémon World Tournament (allowing the player to challenge every Gym Leader and Champion in the series up to Gen V), make several Legendary Pokémon available for capture including older ones such as Latios and Latias, and open up more parts of Unova to explore (most of which consist of early-game towns from ''Black'' and ''White''). A new Battle Facility is also unlocked along with Black City and White Forest, Black Tower and White Treehollow. These facilities actually let you gain experience and the boss of the end is [[spoiler:Benga, the grandson of the BW champion]], who gives a gift ''shiny'' Gible (Black 2) or Dratini (White 2) after beating him.
him. Also, seeing every Pokemon in this game allows you to go to the Nature Preserve, which has some Pokemon to catch...[[spoiler: and a shiny Haxorus, too. Yes, TWO free shinies per game if you put in enough work]].
** [[VideoGame/PokemonXAndY The sixth generation]] gears the post-end game content towards TournamentPlay, with the Friend Safari (where pokémon with two out of six perfect stats and better abilities can be caught) being unlocked, along with the Battle Maison awarding new prizes essential to stat breeding. Mewtwo also makes a comeback, holding its Mega Stone.
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Stone. For the first time ever, a postgame ''story'' is available to you as soon as you step into Lumiose City, and stars [[spoiler:Looker from the 4th gen games and a new character who is homeless and has a pet Espurr to keep her company]].
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[[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire The third-generation sixth generation remakes]] unlock the ''Delta Episode'', a short episode that involves a meteor threatening to hit Hoenn and the ability to fight & catch Deoxys. The ''Delta Episode'' also includes a nod to the original ''Ruby & Sapphire'', implying it to be an Alternate Universe of ''Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire''.
Sapphire''. After beating that, the Battle Resort is unlocked with its own Daycare, move tutors, and Battle Maison. A final Wally fight is available after beating a Battle Chatelaine with a team can surprise even competitive players.
** [[VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon The seventh generation]] unlocks the ability to capture all four of the Legendary temple guardians, as well as hunt and capture the escaped [[EldritchAbomination Ultra Beasts]]. Once all the UB are dealt with, it unlocks Necrozma to be encountered. In addition to this, beating the game unlocks the Battle Tree, a suped up version of the Battle Masion Maison that is being run by champions from the first generation games, Red and Blue. Also, by beating the initial 20 rounds of the Battle Tree, the super versions of the challenges are unlocked, which allow you to encounter special trainers such as island captains and rivals or champions from other generations. They can even be scouted if you beat them and be chosen to partner up with you in multi-battles.
*** [[VideoGame/PokemonUltraSunAndUltraMoon]] unlock the ability to get 2 new Ultra Beasts introduced in these games (yes, introduced in the middle of the 7th Generation), [[spoiler:Blacephalon in Ultra Sun and Stakataka in Ultra Moon]].
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