History Main / StraniaTheStellaMachina

2nd Sep '13 7:27:42 AM Viira
Is there an issue? Send a Message


'''''Strania -The Stella Machina-''''' is a vertically-scrolling ShootEmUp by G.rev, the same developers behind ''BorderDown'' and ''SenkoNoRonde'', as well as the providers of the engine used in {{Treasure}}'s ''{{Ikaruga}}''. ''Strania'' is an old throwback to classic arcade shooters of the 1980s.

The arcade game was first released in 2009, players take the role of the Stranian force's Soichirou Touma (Player 1) and Yu Beatrix Barrett (Player 2) as they pilot their {{Mecha}} and take on the Vower. Just as the old shoot 'em up days, players plows through everything that stands in their way, collecting various weapon {{Power Up}}s, and generally [[StuffBlowingUp blowing stuff up]].

It was later released for the Xbox 360 via XboxLiveArcade on March 30, 2011. Roughly two months after its release, G.rev released the [[DownloadableContent downloadable]] ''Side: Vower'' ExpansionPack for the game. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin As the title suggests]], the ''Side: Vower'' expansion allows the players to play as the enemy forces, the Vower's Yosemite (Player 1) and Su Quadra (Player 2), while the game's original stages are played in reverse, adding in a new soundtrack, and throwing in a [[HarderThanHard harder]] game.

----
!!Amidst Strania's and Vower's conflict, the following tropes are provided:
* AllThereInTheManual
* AnotherSideAnotherStory: The ''Side: Vower'' [[DownloadableContent downloadable]] [[ExpansionPack expansion]].
* BackToFront: The ''Side: Vower'' expansion plays the game's six stages of the Stranian side in reverse order.
* BattleshipRaid: For the Stranian forces, Mission 3 has the player defending their battleship from the Vower. For the Vower, players attack the Stranian's battleship instead in Mission 4.
** [[spoiler:The Vower attacks a humongous space carrier in the final battle in Mission 6.]]
* TheBerserker: Yosemite is known for going berserk in the heat of battle.
* BodyBackupDrive: Beatrix, considering she has been killed in battle three times already and 70% of her physical body was recreated wih cultivated cells.
* BulletHell: When the game's difficulty is set to Hard or Expert mode.
* ColorCodedForYourConvenience:Stranians are blue and Vowers are red.
* DegradedBoss: The Mission 4 boss in both sides are re-fought in Mission 6 as common enemies.
* EasyModeMockery: [[spoiler:Playing the game on Normal prevents you from facing the TrueFinalBoss, and ultimately, prevents you from seeing the game's ending.]]
* EveryTenThousandPoints
* ExcusePlot
* EyepatchOfPower: Beatrix.
* FrickinLaserBeams
* GunsAkimbo: Your mecha can dual-wield any firearm you find.
** DualWielding: See LaserBlade below.
** SwordAndGun: When combining both the Sword and any firearm.
* {{Handgun}}: [[spoiler:The only usable weapon the Stranians get to use during the True Final Boss battle after their mechas are wrecked beyond repair from escaping the exploding Vower fortress.]]
* HarderThanHard: The ''Side: Vower'' expansion offers a harder game than the Stranian side.
* HomingProjectile: The Missile weapon, although enemies can fire homing missiles too.
* HumongousMecha: It's what this game is all about.
** A more literal case with the Stranian forces as they battle against a Vower mech about four times their size in Mission 4 [[spoiler:and one of titanic scale in Mission 6]].
* ImpressivePyrotechnics: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTaYatAfgxc&t=4m36s See for yourself]].
* InterfaceScrew: Mission 1's boss for the Vower, as it jams the visual display the game's screen to the point of {{Pixelation}}.
* LaserBlade: The Sword, and it can be swung rapidly with one hand or dual-wielded with both.
** Dual-wielding swords however limits to how many times they can swung to three in exchange for the ability to cut bullets with third swing of the swords. Each character also performs their third swing differently.
* LaserSight: Can be seen sometimes before the enemy fires their weapons.
* LatexSpacesuit: Soichirou and Beatrix wear one.
* LimitBreak, SuperMode: The Overdose mode provides a short burst of speed, invincibility, and a score multiplier bonus as the Overdose runs out.
* MacrossMissileMassacre
* MechaMooks
* MookMaker: Mission 3's boss for the Stranians.
* MoreDakka
* PowerGlows: During your mech's Overdose mode.
* TokenMiniMoe: Su Quadra.
* RankInflation: At the end of each Mission, players are ranked (from lowest to highest) ''C'', ''B'', ''A'', and ''S''[[note]](a rank S is earned by a NoDamageRun, destroying the boss quickly as possible, and using the Overdose function of your mecha to score enough to meet the S-rank criteria)[[/note]] and given a point bonus for the rank.
* RazorWind: The men of the game when dual-wielding swords. The women makes use of a SpinAttack.
* ScoringPoints
* ShootEmUp: Of the old-scool variety.
* [[SideQuest Side Missions]]: There are defense and assault missions to score extra points during Missions 3 and 5 for the Stranians and on Mission 2 and 4 for the Vower.
* SpreadShot: The Vulcan weapon.
* StuffBlowingUp: [[MadeOfExplodium Everything you destroy goes boom]]. Literally.
* SuperDeformed: At the end of game's trial version, players are treated to super-deformed versions of Soichirou, Beatrix, Yosemite, and Su while [[PieInTheFace they are having a pie fight]] against each other. Said super-deformed versions of the characters can purchased as Gamerpics from their respective icon packs.
* SwordLines
* [[spoiler:TrueFinalBoss: Only accessible on Hard and Expert difficulties.]]
** [[spoiler: After the Stranians narrowly escaped the explosion of the Vower's fortress, they are pitted against in one last stand-off with Yosemite's burning mecha while their are wrecked beyond repair with the {{handgun}} being the only usable weapon for the battle.]]
** [[spoiler:For the Vower, they face against Soichirou's mech while taking their mech's [[LimitBreak Overdose]] capabilities UpToEleven.]]
----

to:

'''''Strania -The Stella Machina-''''' is a vertically-scrolling ShootEmUp by G.rev, the same developers behind ''BorderDown'' and ''SenkoNoRonde'', as well as the providers of the engine used in {{Treasure}}'s ''{{Ikaruga}}''. ''Strania'' is an old throwback to classic arcade shooters of the 1980s.

The arcade game was first released in 2009, players take the role of the Stranian force's Soichirou Touma (Player 1) and Yu Beatrix Barrett (Player 2) as they pilot their {{Mecha}} and take on the Vower. Just as the old shoot 'em up days, players plows through everything that stands in their way, collecting various weapon {{Power Up}}s, and generally [[StuffBlowingUp blowing stuff up]].

It was later released for the Xbox 360 via XboxLiveArcade on March 30, 2011. Roughly two months after its release, G.rev released the [[DownloadableContent downloadable]] ''Side: Vower'' ExpansionPack for the game. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin As the title suggests]], the ''Side: Vower'' expansion allows the players to play as the enemy forces, the Vower's Yosemite (Player 1) and Su Quadra (Player 2), while the game's original stages are played in reverse, adding in a new soundtrack, and throwing in a [[HarderThanHard harder]] game.

----
!!Amidst Strania's and Vower's conflict, the following tropes are provided:
* AllThereInTheManual
* AnotherSideAnotherStory: The ''Side: Vower'' [[DownloadableContent downloadable]] [[ExpansionPack expansion]].
* BackToFront: The ''Side: Vower'' expansion plays the game's six stages of the Stranian side in reverse order.
* BattleshipRaid: For the Stranian forces, Mission 3 has the player defending their battleship from the Vower. For the Vower, players attack the Stranian's battleship instead in Mission 4.
** [[spoiler:The Vower attacks a humongous space carrier in the final battle in Mission 6.]]
* TheBerserker: Yosemite is known for going berserk in the heat of battle.
* BodyBackupDrive: Beatrix, considering she has been killed in battle three times already and 70% of her physical body was recreated wih cultivated cells.
* BulletHell: When the game's difficulty is set to Hard or Expert mode.
* ColorCodedForYourConvenience:Stranians are blue and Vowers are red.
* DegradedBoss: The Mission 4 boss in both sides are re-fought in Mission 6 as common enemies.
* EasyModeMockery: [[spoiler:Playing the game on Normal prevents you from facing the TrueFinalBoss, and ultimately, prevents you from seeing the game's ending.]]
* EveryTenThousandPoints
* ExcusePlot
* EyepatchOfPower: Beatrix.
* FrickinLaserBeams
* GunsAkimbo: Your mecha can dual-wield any firearm you find.
** DualWielding: See LaserBlade below.
** SwordAndGun: When combining both the Sword and any firearm.
* {{Handgun}}: [[spoiler:The only usable weapon the Stranians get to use during the True Final Boss battle after their mechas are wrecked beyond repair from escaping the exploding Vower fortress.]]
* HarderThanHard: The ''Side: Vower'' expansion offers a harder game than the Stranian side.
* HomingProjectile: The Missile weapon, although enemies can fire homing missiles too.
* HumongousMecha: It's what this game is all about.
** A more literal case with the Stranian forces as they battle against a Vower mech about four times their size in Mission 4 [[spoiler:and one of titanic scale in Mission 6]].
* ImpressivePyrotechnics: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTaYatAfgxc&t=4m36s See for yourself]].
* InterfaceScrew: Mission 1's boss for the Vower, as it jams the visual display the game's screen to the point of {{Pixelation}}.
* LaserBlade: The Sword, and it can be swung rapidly with one hand or dual-wielded with both.
** Dual-wielding swords however limits to how many times they can swung to three in exchange for the ability to cut bullets with third swing of the swords. Each character also performs their third swing differently.
* LaserSight: Can be seen sometimes before the enemy fires their weapons.
* LatexSpacesuit: Soichirou and Beatrix wear one.
* LimitBreak, SuperMode: The Overdose mode provides a short burst of speed, invincibility, and a score multiplier bonus as the Overdose runs out.
* MacrossMissileMassacre
* MechaMooks
* MookMaker: Mission 3's boss for the Stranians.
* MoreDakka
* PowerGlows: During your mech's Overdose mode.
* TokenMiniMoe: Su Quadra.
* RankInflation: At the end of each Mission, players are ranked (from lowest to highest) ''C'', ''B'', ''A'', and ''S''[[note]](a rank S is earned by a NoDamageRun, destroying the boss quickly as possible, and using the Overdose function of your mecha to score enough to meet the S-rank criteria)[[/note]] and given a point bonus for the rank.
* RazorWind: The men of the game when dual-wielding swords. The women makes use of a SpinAttack.
* ScoringPoints
* ShootEmUp: Of the old-scool variety.
* [[SideQuest Side Missions]]: There are defense and assault missions to score extra points during Missions 3 and 5 for the Stranians and on Mission 2 and 4 for the Vower.
* SpreadShot: The Vulcan weapon.
* StuffBlowingUp: [[MadeOfExplodium Everything you destroy goes boom]]. Literally.
* SuperDeformed: At the end of game's trial version, players are treated to super-deformed versions of Soichirou, Beatrix, Yosemite, and Su while [[PieInTheFace they are having a pie fight]] against each other. Said super-deformed versions of the characters can purchased as Gamerpics from their respective icon packs.
* SwordLines
* [[spoiler:TrueFinalBoss: Only accessible on Hard and Expert difficulties.]]
** [[spoiler: After the Stranians narrowly escaped the explosion of the Vower's fortress, they are pitted against in one last stand-off with Yosemite's burning mecha while their are wrecked beyond repair with the {{handgun}} being the only usable weapon for the battle.]]
** [[spoiler:For the Vower, they face against Soichirou's mech while taking their mech's [[LimitBreak Overdose]] capabilities UpToEleven.]]
----
[[redirect:VideoGame/StraniaTheStellaMachina]]
1st Sep '13 4:56:58 AM Viira
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* RankInflation: At the end of each Mission, players are ranked (from lowest to highest) ''C'', ''B'', ''A'', and ''S''[[hottip:*:(a rank S is earned by a NoDamageRun, destroying the boss quickly as possible, and using the Overdose function of your mecha to score enough to meet the S-rank criteria)]] and given a point bonus for the rank.

to:

* RankInflation: At the end of each Mission, players are ranked (from lowest to highest) ''C'', ''B'', ''A'', and ''S''[[hottip:*:(a ''S''[[note]](a rank S is earned by a NoDamageRun, destroying the boss quickly as possible, and using the Overdose function of your mecha to score enough to meet the S-rank criteria)]] criteria)[[/note]] and given a point bonus for the rank.
28th May '13 7:43:47 PM UltramarineAlizarin
Is there an issue? Send a Message


The arcade game was first released in 2009, players take the role of the Stranian force's Soichirou Touma (Player 1) and Yu Beatrix Barrett (Player 2) as they pilot their {{Mecha}} and take on the Vower. Just as the old shoot 'em up days, players plows through everything that stands in their way, collecting various weapon PowerUps, and generally [[StuffBlowingUp blowing stuff up]].

to:

The arcade game was first released in 2009, players take the role of the Stranian force's Soichirou Touma (Player 1) and Yu Beatrix Barrett (Player 2) as they pilot their {{Mecha}} and take on the Vower. Just as the old shoot 'em up days, players plows through everything that stands in their way, collecting various weapon PowerUps, {{Power Up}}s, and generally [[StuffBlowingUp blowing stuff up]].
26th Oct '12 2:42:33 PM StFan
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* {{Mecha-Mooks}}

to:

* {{Mecha-Mooks}}MechaMooks
1st Oct '12 1:27:45 AM ViperAcidZX
Is there an issue? Send a Message


%%* This page is a work-in-progress

to:

%%* This page is a work-in-progress



* EverythingIsBetterWithExplosions: [[MadeOfExplodium Everything you destroy goes boom]]. Literally.



* {{Handgun}}: [[spoiler:The only usable weapon the Stranians get to use during the True Final Boss battle after their mechas are wreaked beyond repair from escaping the exploding Vower fortress.]]

to:

* {{Handgun}}: [[spoiler:The only usable weapon the Stranians get to use during the True Final Boss battle after their mechas are wreaked wrecked beyond repair from escaping the exploding Vower fortress.]]



* RankInflation: At the end of each Mission, players are ranked (from lowest to highest) ''C'', ''B'', ''A'', and ''S''[[hottip:*:(a rank S is earned by a NoDamageRun, destorying the boss quickly as possible, and using the Overdose function of your mecha to score enough to meet the S-rank criteria)]] and given a point bonus for the rank.

to:

* RankInflation: At the end of each Mission, players are ranked (from lowest to highest) ''C'', ''B'', ''A'', and ''S''[[hottip:*:(a rank S is earned by a NoDamageRun, destorying destroying the boss quickly as possible, and using the Overdose function of your mecha to score enough to meet the S-rank criteria)]] and given a point bonus for the rank.



* StuffBlowingUp: [[MadeOfExplodium Everything you destroy goes boom]]. Literally.



* [[spoiler:TrueFinalBoss: Only accessable on Hard and Expert difficulties.]]
** [[spoiler: After the Stranians narrowly escaped the explosion of the Vower's fortress, they are pitted against in one last stand-off with Yosemite's burning mecha while their are wreaked beyond repair.]]

to:

* [[spoiler:TrueFinalBoss: Only accessable accessible on Hard and Expert difficulties.]]
** [[spoiler: After the Stranians narrowly escaped the explosion of the Vower's fortress, they are pitted against in one last stand-off with Yosemite's burning mecha while their are wreaked wrecked beyond repair.repair with the {{handgun}} being the only usable weapon for the battle.]]
5th Aug '12 11:35:00 PM ViperAcidZX
Is there an issue? Send a Message


'''''Strania -The Stella Machina-''''' is a vertically-scrolling ShootEmUp by G.REV, the same developers behind ''BorderDown'', ''MetalBlack'', and ''SenkoNoRonde'', as well as the providers of the engine used in {{Treasure}}'s ''{{Ikaruga}}''. ''Strania'' is an old throwback to classic arcade shooters of the 1980s.

Player take the role of the Stranian force's Soichirou Touma (Player 1) and Yu Beatrix Barrett (Player 2) as they pilot their {{Mecha}} and take on the Vower. Just as the old shoot 'em up days, players plows through everything that stands in their way, collecting various weapon PowerUps, and generally [[StuffBlowingUp blowing stuff up]].

It was released for the Xbox 360 via XboxLiveArcade on March 30, 2011. Roughly two months after its release, G.REV released the [[DownloadableContent downable]] ''Side: Vower'' ExpansionPack for the game. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin As the title suggests]], the ''Side: Vower'' expansion allows the players to play as the enemy forces, the Vower's Yosemite (Player 1) and Su Quadra (Player 2), while the game's original stages are played in reverse order, adding in a new soundtrack, and throwning in a [[HarderThanHard harder]] game.
* This page is a work-in-progress

to:

'''''Strania -The Stella Machina-''''' is a vertically-scrolling ShootEmUp by G.REV, rev, the same developers behind ''BorderDown'', ''MetalBlack'', ''BorderDown'' and ''SenkoNoRonde'', as well as the providers of the engine used in {{Treasure}}'s ''{{Ikaruga}}''. ''Strania'' is an old throwback to classic arcade shooters of the 1980s.

Player The arcade game was first released in 2009, players take the role of the Stranian force's Soichirou Touma (Player 1) and Yu Beatrix Barrett (Player 2) as they pilot their {{Mecha}} and take on the Vower. Just as the old shoot 'em up days, players plows through everything that stands in their way, collecting various weapon PowerUps, and generally [[StuffBlowingUp blowing stuff up]].

It was later released for the Xbox 360 via XboxLiveArcade on March 30, 2011. Roughly two months after its release, G.REV rev released the [[DownloadableContent downable]] downloadable]] ''Side: Vower'' ExpansionPack for the game. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin As the title suggests]], the ''Side: Vower'' expansion allows the players to play as the enemy forces, the Vower's Yosemite (Player 1) and Su Quadra (Player 2), while the game's original stages are played in reverse order, reverse, adding in a new soundtrack, and throwning throwing in a [[HarderThanHard harder]] game.
* %%* This page is a work-in-progress



12th Jun '12 10:06:34 PM ViperAcidZX
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* AllThereInTheManual



* TheBerserker: Yosemite is known for going berserk in the heat of battle.



* BulletHell: Especially when the game's difficulty is set to Hard or Expert mode.

to:

* BulletHell: Especially when When the game's difficulty is set to Hard or Expert mode.mode.
* ColorCodedForYourConvenience:Stranians are blue and Vowers are red.
* DegradedBoss: The Mission 4 boss in both sides are re-fought in Mission 6 as common enemies.



** SwordAndGun: When combining both the Sword and any firearm.



* InterfaceScrew: Mission 1's boss for the Vower, as it jams the visual display the game's screen.

to:

* InterfaceScrew: Mission 1's boss for the Vower, as it jams the visual display the game's screen.screen to the point of {{Pixelation}}.


Added DiffLines:

* RazorWind: The men of the game when dual-wielding swords. The women makes use of a SpinAttack.


Added DiffLines:

* SwordLines


Added DiffLines:

** [[spoiler: After the Stranians narrowly escaped the explosion of the Vower's fortress, they are pitted against in one last stand-off with Yosemite's burning mecha while their are wreaked beyond repair.]]
** [[spoiler:For the Vower, they face against Soichirou's mech while taking their mech's [[LimitBreak Overdose]] capabilities UpToEleven.]]
8th Jun '12 7:28:00 PM ViperAcidZX
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* EasyModeMockery: [[spoiler:Playing the game on Normal prevents you from facing the TrueFinalBoss, and ultimately, prevents you from seeing the game's ending.]]



* {{Handgun}}: Interestingly, there is a "Handgun" weapon in the game, however it's only accessable during Training Mode and it has a slower rate of fire than the Normal guns.

to:

* {{Handgun}}: Interestingly, there is a "Handgun" [[spoiler:The only usable weapon in the game, however it's only accessable Stranians get to use during Training Mode and it has a slower rate of fire than the Normal guns.True Final Boss battle after their mechas are wreaked beyond repair from escaping the exploding Vower fortress.]]



* InterfaceScrew: Mission 1's boss for the Vower, as it jams the visual display the game's screen.



* LaserSight: Can be seen before the enemy fire sometimes.

to:

* LaserSight: Can be seen sometimes before the enemy fire sometimes.fires their weapons.



* MacrossMissileMasacre

to:

* MacrossMissileMasacreMacrossMissileMassacre



* MookMaker: Mission 3's boss for the Stranians.



* [[SideQuest Side Mission]]: There are defense and assault missions to score extra points during Missions 3 and 5 for the Stranians and on Mission 2 and 4 for the Vower.

to:

* [[SideQuest Side Mission]]: Missions]]: There are defense and assault missions to score extra points during Missions 3 and 5 for the Stranians and on Mission 2 and 4 for the Vower.


Added DiffLines:

* [[spoiler:TrueFinalBoss: Only accessable on Hard and Expert difficulties.]]
7th Jun '12 3:54:44 PM ViperAcidZX
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ImpressivePyrotechnics: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTaYatAfgxc&t=4m35s See for yourself]].

to:

* ImpressivePyrotechnics: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTaYatAfgxc&t=4m35s com/watch?v=xTaYatAfgxc&t=4m36s See for yourself]].



** Dual-wielding swords however limits to how many times they can swung to three in exchange for the ability to cut bullets with third swing of the swords. Each character also performs their third differently.

to:

** Dual-wielding swords however limits to how many times they can swung to three in exchange for the ability to cut bullets with third swing of the swords. Each character also performs their third swing differently.


Added DiffLines:

* MacrossMissileMasacre
31st May '12 4:37:23 PM ViperAcidZX
Is there an issue? Send a Message


Player take the role of the Stranian force's Soichirou Touma (Player 1) and Yu Beatrix Barrett (Player 2) as they pilot their {{Mecha}} and take on the Vower. Just as the old shoot 'em up days, players plows through everything that stands in their way, collecting various weapon PowerUps, and generally blowing stuff up.

It was released for the Xbox 360 via XboxLiveArcade on March 30, 2011. Roughly two months after its release, G.REV released the downloadable [[DownloadableContent ''Side: Vower'']] [[ExpansionPack expansion]] for the game. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin As the title suggests]], the ''Side: Vower'' expansion allows the players to play as the enemy forces, the Vower's Yosemite (Player 1) and Su Quadra (Player 2), while the game's original stages are played in reverse order, adding in a new soundtrack, and throwning in a [[HarderThanHard harder]] game.

to:

Player take the role of the Stranian force's Soichirou Touma (Player 1) and Yu Beatrix Barrett (Player 2) as they pilot their {{Mecha}} and take on the Vower. Just as the old shoot 'em up days, players plows through everything that stands in their way, collecting various weapon PowerUps, and generally [[StuffBlowingUp blowing stuff up.

up]].

It was released for the Xbox 360 via XboxLiveArcade on March 30, 2011. Roughly two months after its release, G.REV released the downloadable [[DownloadableContent downable]] ''Side: Vower'']] [[ExpansionPack expansion]] Vower'' ExpansionPack for the game. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin As the title suggests]], the ''Side: Vower'' expansion allows the players to play as the enemy forces, the Vower's Yosemite (Player 1) and Su Quadra (Player 2), while the game's original stages are played in reverse order, adding in a new soundtrack, and throwning in a [[HarderThanHard harder]] game.



* AnotherSideAnotherStory / ExpansionPack: The ''Side: Vower'' [[DownloadableContent downloadable expansion]].

to:

* AnotherSideAnotherStory / ExpansionPack: AnotherSideAnotherStory: The ''Side: Vower'' [[DownloadableContent downloadable downloadable]] [[ExpansionPack expansion]].



* BodyBackupDrive: Beatrix, considering she has been killed in battle three times already and 70% of her physical was recreated wih cultivated cells.

to:

* BodyBackupDrive: Beatrix, considering she has been killed in battle three times already and 70% of her physical body was recreated wih cultivated cells.



* GunsAkimbo: Your mecha can dual-wield any firearm of your choice.

to:

* GunsAkimbo: Your mecha can dual-wield any firearm of your choice.you find.



* LatexSpacesuit: Soichirou and (most notably) Beatrix wear one.
* LimitBreak, SuperMode: The Overdose mode provides a short burst of invincibility and a score multiplier bonus as the Overdose runs out.

to:

* LatexSpacesuit: Soichirou and (most notably) Beatrix wear one.
* LimitBreak, SuperMode: The Overdose mode provides a short burst of invincibility speed, invincibility, and a score multiplier bonus as the Overdose runs out.



* SuperDeformed: At the end of game's trial version, players are treated to super-deformed versions of Soichirou, Beatrix, Yosemite, and Su while [[PieInTheFace having a pie fight]] against each other. Said super-deformed versions of the characters can purchased as Gamerpics from their respective icon packs.

to:

* SuperDeformed: At the end of game's trial version, players are treated to super-deformed versions of Soichirou, Beatrix, Yosemite, and Su while [[PieInTheFace they are having a pie fight]] against each other. Said super-deformed versions of the characters can purchased as Gamerpics from their respective icon packs.
This list shows the last 10 events of 16. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Main.StraniaTheStellaMachina