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21st Mar '17 7:36:56 AM MacedonianKing
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* ''VideoGame/Nier and it's [[NierAutomata sequel]] feature both magic and technology in the same setting, although a lot of the seemingly magical things [[spoiler: such as the Gestalts and Grimoires]] are actually just [[ClarkesThirdLaw very advanced technology]] or Magitek.

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* ''VideoGame/Nier VideoGame/NieR and it's [[NierAutomata sequel]] feature both magic and technology in the same setting, although a lot of the seemingly magical things [[spoiler: such as the Gestalts and Grimoires]] are actually just [[ClarkesThirdLaw [[ClarkesThirdLaw very advanced technology]] or Magitek.{{Magitek}}.
21st Mar '17 7:32:58 AM MacedonianKing
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* ''VideoGame/Nier and it's [[NierAutomata sequel]] feature both magic and technology in the same setting, although a lot of the seemingly magical things [[spoiler: such as the Gestalts and Grimoires]] are actually just [[ClarkesThirdLaw very advanced technology]] or Magitek.
18th Mar '17 9:22:30 PM Mayhavecontrol
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* ''Manga/InitialD'' throws in vehicle science such as technical informations and driving physics, as well as some fantasy ingredients such as BattleAura systems for the street racers.
17th Mar '17 10:05:44 PM 4444jdm
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* ''VideoGame/MetalSlug'' has [[TankGoodness tanks]] armed with [[PainfullySlowProjectile painfully slow]] rolling mortar shells and [[ThisIsADrill mining drills]], anti-personell [[MacrossMissileMassacre homing missiles]], [[HumongousMecha antrophomorphic weapons]], [[ManEatingPlant man eating plants]], [[TheVirus a pathogen]] that turns the players [[ZombieApocalypse undead]], shiny flashing bullets and grenades and access to [[AppliedPhlebotinum alien technology]]. Some of these are scientific, while others are magical.

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* ''VideoGame/MetalSlug'' has [[TankGoodness tanks]] armed with [[PainfullySlowProjectile painfully slow]] rolling mortar shells and [[ThisIsADrill mining drills]], anti-personell [[MacrossMissileMassacre homing missiles]], [[HumongousMecha antrophomorphic weapons]], [[ManEatingPlant [[WeaponizedAnimal animals with mounted machine guns]],[[ManEatingPlant man eating plants]], [[TheVirus a pathogen]] that turns the players [[ZombieApocalypse undead]], shiny flashing bullets and grenades and access to [[AppliedPhlebotinum alien technology]].technology]]. Okay. Some of these are scientific, while others are magical.
17th Mar '17 10:02:08 PM 4444jdm
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* ''VideoGame/MetalSlug'' has [[TankGoodness tanks]] armed with [[PainfullySlowProjectile painfully slow]] rolling mortar shells and [[ThisIsADrill mining drills]], anti-personell [[MacrossMissileMassacre homing missiles]], [[HumongousMecha antrophomorphic weapons]], [[ManEatingPlant man eating plants]], [[TheVirus a pathogen]] that turns the players [[ZombieApocalypse undead]], shiny flashing bullets and grenades and access to [[AppliedPhlebotinum alien technology]]. Some of these are scientific, while others are magical.
6th Mar '17 11:03:34 AM jake38
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* ''VideoGame/TormentTidesOfNumenera'' is spiritual sequel to ''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment'', and is based on Monte Cook's ''Numenera'' tabletop game (mentioned above). The far-future post-apocalyptic setting uses sufficiently advanced science and technological artifacts left by the previous civilizations that have risen and fallen on the Earth over a billion years to explain traditional fantasy tropes.

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* ''VideoGame/TormentTidesOfNumenera'' is the spiritual sequel to ''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment'', and is based on Monte Cook's ''Numenera'' tabletop game (mentioned above). The far-future post-apocalyptic setting uses sufficiently advanced science and technological artifacts left by the previous civilizations that have risen and fallen on the Earth over a billion years to explain traditional fantasy tropes.
6th Mar '17 11:02:50 AM jake38
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* inXile's upcoming ''VideoGame/TormentTidesOfNumenera'' is a spiritual sequal to ''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment'', and is based on Monte Cook's ''Numenera'' tabletop game (mentioned above). The far-future post-apocalyptic setting uses sufficiently advanced science and technological artifacts left by the previous civilizations that have risen and fallen on the Earth over a billion years to explain traditional fantasy tropes.

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* inXile's upcoming ''VideoGame/TormentTidesOfNumenera'' is a spiritual sequal sequel to ''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment'', and is based on Monte Cook's ''Numenera'' tabletop game (mentioned above). The far-future post-apocalyptic setting uses sufficiently advanced science and technological artifacts left by the previous civilizations that have risen and fallen on the Earth over a billion years to explain traditional fantasy tropes.
5th Mar '17 11:44:10 AM NottellingYou
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* ''Literature/{{Illium}}'', by Dan Simmons, in breathtaking style. There are space robots [[CallARabbitASmeerp called Moravecs]], exotic rocket propulsion, planetary rings, teleportation, a space plane that is the essense of a [[Zeerust UFO]], and the ''entire Greek Pantheon''. Throughout the book and its sequel, ''Olympos'', the Moravecs are skeptical that these gods are genuinely gods and not some high-tech trickery.

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* ''Literature/{{Illium}}'', by Dan Simmons, in breathtaking style. There are space robots [[CallARabbitASmeerp called Moravecs]], exotic rocket propulsion, planetary rings, teleportation, a space plane that is the essense of a [[Zeerust [[RetroRocket UFO]], and the ''entire Greek Pantheon''. Throughout the book and its sequel, ''Olympos'', the Moravecs are skeptical that these gods are genuinely gods and not some high-tech trickery.
5th Mar '17 11:41:52 AM NottellingYou
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* ''Literature/{{Illium}}'', by Dan Simmons, in breathtaking style. There are space robots [[CallARabbitASmeerp called Moravecs]], exotic rocket propulsion, planetary rings, teleportation, a space plane that is basically a UFO, and the ''entire Greek Pantheon''. Throughout the book and its sequel, ''Olympos'', the Moravecs are skeptical that these gods are genuinely gods and not some high-tech trickery.

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* ''Literature/{{Illium}}'', by Dan Simmons, in breathtaking style. There are space robots [[CallARabbitASmeerp called Moravecs]], exotic rocket propulsion, planetary rings, teleportation, a space plane that is basically the essense of a UFO, [[Zeerust UFO]], and the ''entire Greek Pantheon''. Throughout the book and its sequel, ''Olympos'', the Moravecs are skeptical that these gods are genuinely gods and not some high-tech trickery.
5th Mar '17 11:39:53 AM NottellingYou
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* ''Literature/Illium'', by Dan Simmons, in breathtaking style. There are space robots {{CallARabbitASmeerp called Moravecs}}, exotic rocket propulsion, planetary rings, teleportation, a space plane that is basically a UFO, and the **entire Greek Pantheon**. Throughout the book and its sequel, ''Literature/Olympos'', the Moravecs are skeptical that these gods are genuinely gods and not some high-tech trickery.

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* ''Literature/Illium'', ''Literature/{{Illium}}'', by Dan Simmons, in breathtaking style. There are space robots {{CallARabbitASmeerp [[CallARabbitASmeerp called Moravecs}}, Moravecs]], exotic rocket propulsion, planetary rings, teleportation, a space plane that is basically a UFO, and the **entire ''entire Greek Pantheon**. Pantheon''. Throughout the book and its sequel, ''Literature/Olympos'', ''Olympos'', the Moravecs are skeptical that these gods are genuinely gods and not some high-tech trickery.
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