History MesACrowd / VideoGames

24th Apr '16 3:13:19 AM erforce
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* MortalKombat has Mileena, a clone of Kitana. Raised to replace the latter in [[VideoGame/MortalKombat2 the orginal,]] [[MortalKombatX making a name for herself in the remake.]] Also, Kano gets this treatment in ''X,'' much to his [[EvenEvilHasStandards chargin.]]

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* MortalKombat ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' has Mileena, a clone of Kitana. Raised to replace the latter in [[VideoGame/MortalKombat2 the orginal,]] [[MortalKombatX [[VideoGame/MortalKombatX making a name for herself in the remake.]] Also, Kano gets this treatment in ''X,'' much to his [[EvenEvilHasStandards chargin.]]
18th Apr '16 5:32:08 AM matteste
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* ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVFinal'' builds on the idea of Hordes from ''IV'' by making the third-to-last boss [[spoiler:a Horde of Metatrons]]. Furthermore, the first form is the FinalBoss is comprised of [[spoiler:an army of YHVH heads, with a few in particular getting in attacks]].

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* ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVFinal'' ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVApocalypse'' builds on the idea of Hordes from ''IV'' by making the third-to-last boss [[spoiler:a Horde of Metatrons]]. Furthermore, the first form is the FinalBoss is comprised of [[spoiler:an army of YHVH heads, with a few in particular getting in attacks]].
6th Apr '16 4:07:18 PM finalsurvivor1
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* ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVFinal'' builds on the idea of Hordes from ''IV'' by making the third-to-last boss [[spoiler:a Horde of Metatrons]]. Furthermore, the first form is the FinalBoss is comprised of [[spoiler:an army of YHVH heads, with a few in particular getting in attacks]].
10th Jan '16 11:54:26 PM erforce
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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaFourSwords'' saga. This was most likely done by Nintendo to keep fanboys from arguing about who gets to play as Link.

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* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda''
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''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaFourSwords'' saga. This was most likely done by Nintendo to keep fanboys from arguing about who gets to play as Link.



* The ''FreedomForce'' villain Déjà Vu, who spoke in rhyme and could clone himself indefinitely until the original was knocked out (said original being easily detectable since he's the only one with a full life bar). The sequel, ''FreedomForce Vs The Third Reich'' featured the WWII era Japanese villain Red Sun who had a slight variation of this power: he couldn't clone himself indefinitely but the clones became stronger and regained health whenever one fell in battle, hence they had to be dealt with one at a time. This variation in powers was most likely a reaction to the fact that some players would grind Déjà Vu's clones for [[GameBreaker infinite prestige points]].

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* The ''FreedomForce'' ''VideoGame/FreedomForce'' villain Déjà Vu, who spoke in rhyme and could clone himself indefinitely until the original was knocked out (said original being easily detectable since he's the only one with a full life bar). The sequel, ''FreedomForce Vs The Third Reich'' featured the WWII era Japanese villain Red Sun who had a slight variation of this power: he couldn't clone himself indefinitely but the clones became stronger and regained health whenever one fell in battle, hence they had to be dealt with one at a time. This variation in powers was most likely a reaction to the fact that some players would grind Déjà Vu's clones for [[GameBreaker infinite prestige points]].



* In the tactical RPG ''VideoGame/KartiaTheWordOfFate'' for the PS1, the elf twins have this power, though it's only visibly used by the male one near the end of the game in Toxa's scenario.

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* In the tactical RPG ''VideoGame/KartiaTheWordOfFate'' for the PS1, [=PS1=], the elf twins have this power, though it's only visibly used by the male one near the end of the game in Toxa's scenario.
8th Dec '15 1:26:44 PM Morgenthaler
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* MortalKombat has Mileena, a clone of Kitana. Raised to replace the latter in [[MortalKombat2 the orginal,]] [[MortalKombatX making a name for herself in the remake.]] Also, Kano gets this treatment in ''X,'' much to his [[EvenEvilHasStandards chargin.]]

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* MortalKombat has Mileena, a clone of Kitana. Raised to replace the latter in [[MortalKombat2 [[VideoGame/MortalKombat2 the orginal,]] [[MortalKombatX making a name for herself in the remake.]] Also, Kano gets this treatment in ''X,'' much to his [[EvenEvilHasStandards chargin.]]
12th Sep '15 6:41:32 PM nombretomado
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* A powerup in the NES ''NinjaGaiden'' allows Ryu to create up to two red doubles that follow his movements. They can also hang in the air and attack if you move right.

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* A powerup in the NES ''NinjaGaiden'' ''VideoGame/NinjaGaiden'' allows Ryu to create up to two red doubles that follow his movements. They can also hang in the air and attack if you move right.
6th Sep '15 4:54:25 PM appsdata
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* The characters Aqua, Nisha, Poodle, and Salmon have this ability in ProjectDimentiaBodhisattva.
14th Jul '15 10:23:08 AM nombretomado
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* {{Mardek}} Chapter 2, in which your first mission includes killing a guy who is "actually five blokes in one" or something like that. Magic theives.

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* {{Mardek}} ''Videogame/{{Mardek}}'' Chapter 2, in which your first mission includes killing a guy who is "actually five blokes in one" or something like that. Magic theives.
31st May '15 9:16:12 AM Prfnoff
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* VideoGame/{{Kirby}} Mass Attack revolves around the wizard Necrodius splitting Kirby into 10 weaker, smaller copies of itself. Kirby uses this splitting to his advantage to solve the countless puzzles of the game.
** A similar thing happens in ''Kirby and the Amazing Mirror''.

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* VideoGame/{{Kirby}} Mass Attack ''VideoGame/KirbyMassAttack'' revolves around the wizard Necrodius splitting Kirby into 10 weaker, smaller copies of itself. Kirby uses this splitting to his advantage to solve the countless puzzles of the game.
** A similar thing happens in ''Kirby and the Amazing Mirror''.''VideoGame/KirbyAndTheAmazingMirror''.



* One of the three human civilizations in the 4x EndlessSpace is ''the'' Horatio, after a beauty obsessed trillionaire discovered a Precursor cloning machine, and used it to build a massive {{Egopolis}}. Naturally, one of his faction traits is having higher population cap than normal...

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* One of the three human civilizations in the 4x EndlessSpace ''VideoGame/EndlessSpace'' is ''the'' Horatio, after a beauty obsessed trillionaire discovered a Precursor cloning machine, and used it to build a massive {{Egopolis}}. Naturally, one of his faction traits is having higher population cap than normal...
8th May '15 4:48:29 PM ACW
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* MortalKombat has Mileena, a clone of Kitana. Raised to replace the latter in [[MortalKombat2 the orginal,]] [[MortalKombatX making a name for herself in the remake.]] Also, Kano gets this treatment in ''X,'' much to [[CompleteMonster his]] [[EvenEvilHasStandards chargin.]]

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* MortalKombat has Mileena, a clone of Kitana. Raised to replace the latter in [[MortalKombat2 the orginal,]] [[MortalKombatX making a name for herself in the remake.]] Also, Kano gets this treatment in ''X,'' much to [[CompleteMonster his]] his [[EvenEvilHasStandards chargin.]]
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