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21st Aug '17 7:50:47 PM nomuru2d
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* ''{{VideoGame/Nier}}'' is a unusual example: It is hinted to be a sequel to [[MultipleEndings Ending E]] of ''{{VideoGame/Drakengard}}'', which in turn already had an official sequel based on Ending A. Thus, ''Nier'' is an alternate timeline to ''Drakengard 2''.

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* ''{{VideoGame/Nier}}'' is a unusual example: It is hinted to be a sequel to [[MultipleEndings Ending E]] of ''{{VideoGame/Drakengard}}'', which in turn already had an official sequel based on Ending A. Thus, ''Nier'' is an alternate timeline to ''Drakengard 2''. [[AllThereInTheManual Until the]] ''{{VideoGame/Drakengard 3}}'' [[AllThereInTheManual promotional booklet explained that both timelines merged long after the end of]] ''[[AllThereInTheManual 2]]''.
17th Aug '17 4:05:13 PM 64SuperNintendo
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* ''VideoGame/MightAndMagic X'' is set in Ubisoft's rebooted ''Might & Magic'' verse called Ashan, and is consequently forbidden from having explicit science fantasy elements. [[spoiler: It also drops some heavy hints that Ashan is just one world amongst the many in the old setting, including featuring a character from the mid-90s novels... who in those novels confirmed that the distant place he came from was an interstellar polity he served as an undercover operative for]].

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* ''VideoGame/MightAndMagic X'' is set in Ubisoft's rebooted ''Might & and Magic'' verse called Ashan, and is consequently forbidden from having explicit science fantasy elements. [[spoiler: It also drops some heavy hints that Ashan is just one world amongst the many in the old setting, including featuring a character from the mid-90s novels... who in those novels confirmed that the distant place he came from was an interstellar polity he served as an undercover operative for]].
13th Aug '17 6:14:42 PM MagiMecha
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* The good ending of ''VideoGame/SonicMania'' hints that [[spoiler:the power source everyone's after is connected to Infinite, the major BigBad of ''VideoGame/SonicForces'' and that Classic Sonic, having been pulled into a mysterious purple void at the end of the final boss fight, is being sent to the future.]]
30th Jul '17 5:12:59 PM NVPOWER
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* Speaking of wich, Disgaea and another game, the original [[Videogame/{{HyperdimensionNeptunia}}]], seem to be heavily connected. In Neptunia, there are multiple references to Nippon Ichi Software games, especially The Disgaea franchise. Also, one of the characters, Nisa, Appears in multiple games from both franchises as a playable character. Plus, they both feature similar concepts and locations, such as a heavenly place where holy beings gather called Celestia, the main characters have a tendency to break the fourth wall on a daily basis, alternate dimensions/universes, self-awareness, Sci-Fantasy settings, similarities in gameplay, guest star DLC characters from other games/franchises, ect...Wether Neptunia is a stealth sequel, a stealth prequel or if the events of both franchises happen at the same time is unclear. One thing can be said, however: The original Neptunia is definitely the stealth something for Disgaea.

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* Speaking of wich, Disgaea and another game, the original [[Videogame/{{HyperdimensionNeptunia}}]], ''Videogame/HyperdimensionNeptunia'', seem to be heavily connected. In Neptunia, there are multiple references to Nippon Ichi Software games, especially The Disgaea franchise. Also, one of the characters, Nisa, Appears in multiple games from both franchises as a playable character. Plus, they both feature similar concepts and locations, such as a heavenly place where holy beings gather called Celestia, the main characters have a tendency to break the fourth wall on a daily basis, alternate dimensions/universes, self-awareness, Sci-Fantasy settings, similarities in gameplay, guest star DLC characters from other games/franchises, ect...Wether Neptunia is a stealth sequel, a stealth prequel or if the events of both franchises happen at the same time is unclear. One thing can be said, however: The original Neptunia is definitely the stealth something for Disgaea.
30th Jul '17 5:11:31 PM NVPOWER
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* Speaking of wich, Disgaea and another game, the original [[Videogame/{{HyperdimensionNeptunia}}]], seem to be heavily connected. In Neptunia, there are multiple references to Nippon Ichi Software games, especially The Disgaea franchise. Also, one of the characters, Nisa, Appears in multiple games from both franchises as a playable character. Plus, they both feature similar concepts and locations, such as a heavenly place where holy beings gather called Celestia, the main characters have a tendency to break the fourth wall on a daily basis, alternate dimensions/universes, self-awareness, Sci-Fantasy settings, similarities in gameplay, guest star DLC characters from other games/franchises, ect...Wether Neptunia is a stealth sequel, a stealth prequel or if the events of both franchises happen at the same time is unclear. One thing can be said, however: The original Neptunia is definitely the stealth something for Disgaea.
24th Jul '17 3:17:05 AM Meyers07TheTroper
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* ''Videogame/LineOfSight'' is actually a sequel of ''Videogame/CombatArms'' as it was released under the name Combat Arms: Line of Sight.
21st Jul '17 1:14:42 PM wayward_horizons
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* At the end of ''Film/FinalDestination5'' [[spoiler:two of the remaining survivors die in Flight 180, revealing the film to be a ''prequel'' to the [[Film/FinalDestination1 first film.]]

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* At the end of ''Film/FinalDestination5'' [[spoiler:two of the remaining survivors die in Flight 180, revealing the film to be a ''prequel'' to the [[Film/FinalDestination1 first film.]] ]]]]
13th Jul '17 12:32:27 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* At the end of ''Film/FinalDestination5'' [[spoiler:two of the remaining survivors die in Flight 180, revealing the film to be a ''prequel'' to the first film.]]

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* At the end of ''Film/FinalDestination5'' [[spoiler:two of the remaining survivors die in Flight 180, revealing the film to be a ''prequel'' to the [[Film/FinalDestination1 first film.]]
10th Jul '17 12:33:22 PM infernape612
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* In the ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' series, the [[VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral Jugdral games]] are implied to be a distant prequel to the [[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia Akaneia games]], taking place many years earlier on a different continent. Loptyr, the games' BigBad, is implied to be a member of the Earth Dragon tribe like the Akaneia games' villain Medeus, and the deity Naga is the same in both games. Likewise, while ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' is directly stated to be a distant sequel to the Akaneia games, the existence of Priam, who claims to be a descendant of Ike, also implicitly puts it as a sequel to the [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius Tellius games]] as well, though how distant is uncertain.

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* In the ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' series, the [[VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral Jugdral [[VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar Jugdral]] [[VideoGame/FireEmblemThracia776 games]] are implied to be a distant prequel to the [[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia Akaneia [[VideoGame/FireEmblemShadowDragonAndTheBladeOfLight Akaneia]] [[VideoGame/FireEmblemMysteryOfTheEmblem games]], taking place many years earlier on a different continent. Loptyr, the games' BigBad, is implied to be a member of the Earth Dragon tribe like the Akaneia games' villain Medeus, and the deity Naga is the same in both games. Likewise, while ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' is directly stated to be a distant sequel to the Akaneia games, the existence of Priam, who claims to be a descendant of Ike, also implicitly puts it as a sequel to the [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius Tellius [[VideoGame/FireEmblemPathOfRadiance Tellius]] [[VideoGame/FireEmblemRadiantDawn games]] as well, though how distant is uncertain. uncertain.
** ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia]]'''s post-game content proves to be a distant prequel to ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening Awakening]]'', as the BonusDungeon explains BigBad Grima's origins and has his younger self show up as the BonusBoss.
8th Jul '17 2:21:22 PM EdwardGil
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* The good [[MultipleEndings ending]] to ''[[Videogames/BlasterMaster Blaster Master Zero]]'' reveals that it was the protagonists of [[spoiler: Metafight, the original Japanese game]] who sent Sophia the 3rd and Eve to Earth

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* The good [[MultipleEndings ending]] to ''[[Videogames/BlasterMaster ''[[VideoGame/BlasterMaster Blaster Master Zero]]'' reveals that it was the protagonists of [[spoiler: Metafight, the original Japanese game]] who sent Sophia the 3rd and Eve to Earth
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