History Trivia / VirtuesLastReward

17th Sep '17 11:48:29 AM nombretomado
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** The fancy clothes Zero Sr. was wearing came from an early concept art of K.
* PeopleSitOnChairs: WordOfGod has stated that the scene in which Sigma accuses Dio of being the bomber while [[GivingSomeoneThePointerFinger giving him the pointer finger]] was actually not an intentional reference to ''Franchise/AceAttorney''. Sigma pointing his finger accompanied by the accusation of "--is you!" was a way to make the cliff hanger for the path's lock where, as it makes sure the player is kept in the dark. The close up on his arm is [[spoiler:to hide the rest of Sigma for the sake of the game's plot twist regarding his identity.]] Lastly the retort that "this isn't a court" was simply a natural way to put across that they weren't in an environment where they needed to adhere to formalities with an accusation. The fact that most take it as a reference was simply a happy coincidence.

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** The fancy clothes Zero Sr. was wearing came from an early concept art of K.
* PeopleSitOnChairs: WordOfGod has stated that the scene in which Sigma accuses Dio of being the bomber while [[GivingSomeoneThePointerFinger giving him the pointer finger]] was actually not an intentional reference to ''Franchise/AceAttorney''. Sigma pointing his finger accompanied by the accusation of "--is you!" was a way to make the cliff hanger for the path's lock where, as it makes sure the player is kept in the dark. The close up on his arm is [[spoiler:to hide the rest of Sigma for the sake of the game's plot twist regarding his identity.]] Lastly the retort that "this isn't a court" was simply a natural way to put across that they weren't in an environment where they needed to adhere to formalities with an accusation. The fact that most take it as a reference was simply a happy coincidence.
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22nd Aug '17 3:03:02 PM nowaymanguy
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----* PeopleSitOnChairs: WordOfGod has stated that the scene in which Sigma accuses Dio of being the bomber while [[GivingSomeoneThePointerFinger giving him the pointer finger]] was actually not an intentional reference to ''Franchise/AceAttorney''. Sigma pointing his finger accompanied by the accusation of "--is you!" was a way to make the cliff hanger for the path's lock where, as it makes sure the player is kept in the dark. The close up on his arm is [[spoiler:to hide the rest of Sigma for the sake of the game's plot twist regarding his identity.]] Lastly the retort that "this isn't a court" was simply a natural way to put across that they weren't in an environment where they needed to adhere to formalities with an accusation. The fact that most take it as a reference was simply a happy coincidence.
11th Jun '17 12:46:11 PM infernape612
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* ActorAllusion: Vincent Brooks from the puzzle game VideoGame/{{Catherine}} says a similar line to Sigma's above quote (albeit in the future tense). Both characters are voiced by Creator/TroyBaker.

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* ActorAllusion: Vincent Brooks from the puzzle game VideoGame/{{Catherine}} ''VideoGame/{{Catherine}}'' says a similar line to one of Sigma's above quote quotes (albeit in the future tense). Both characters are voiced by Creator/TroyBaker.Creator/TroyBaker.
-->'''Sigma:''' Gurrrraaaaaaaaaagh! I just solved the ''shit'' out of this puzzle!\\
'''Vincent:''' Fucking blocks... I'm gonna climb the shit outta you!



10th May '17 8:39:32 PM infernape612
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** The reason why there's less horror elements in the game compared to the previous one was because the marketing department noticed people thought the prequel was too scary. According to WordOfGod,[[spoiler: [[{{Squick}} Dio was also planning on doing something worse to Clover when he catches her on the Luna path]]]].

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** The reason why there's less horror elements in the game compared to the previous one was because the marketing department noticed people thought the prequel was too scary. According to WordOfGod,[[spoiler: [[{{Squick}} WordOfGod, [[spoiler:[[{{Squick}} Dio was also planning on doing something worse to Clover when he catches caught her on the Luna path]]]].
2nd May '17 9:46:30 PM infernape612
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* TheOtherDarrin: In ''The Nonary Games'''s remaster of ''VLR'', [[spoiler:young Akane]] is voiced by [[spoiler:Rena Strober]] instead of Creator/AliHillis, bringing this appearance in line with the character's appearances in the rest of the series.
30th Mar '17 5:15:30 PM CombativeBoil
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* NoDubForYou: In the European version. Seeing that 999 was never officially released in Europe, localizing this game was seen as too risky to pay extra for dual audio[[note]]They only got the Japanese dub[[/note]]. So in the end, [[NoExportForYou it could have been worse.]]

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* NoDubForYou: In the European version. Seeing that 999 was never officially released in Europe, localizing this game was seen as too risky to pay extra for dual audio[[note]]They only got the Japanese dub[[/note]]. So in the end, [[NoExportForYou it could have been worse.]]]] The UpdatedReRelease finally made the English dub track available worldwide.
25th Jul '16 11:02:12 AM Gosicrystal
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* {{Defictionalization}}: Like with [[VisualNovel/NineHoursNinePersonsNineDoors the previous game]], a watch shaped like the game's bracelet was made available as a pre-order bonus (lethal injection needles and futuristic drugs not included).
** They're also a lot smaller and made of plastic, as opposed to the ones in the game which seem to be fairly large and look to be made of metal, with screens colored in a single color, rather than changing color display on a black screen, but still.
* ExecutiveMeddling: The reason why there's less horror elements in the game compared to the previous one was because the marketing department noticed people thought the prequel was too scary. According to WordOfGod,[[spoiler: [[{{Squick}} Dio was also planning on doing something worse to Clover when he catches her on the Luna path]]]].

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* {{Defictionalization}}: Like with [[VisualNovel/NineHoursNinePersonsNineDoors the previous game]], a watch shaped like the game's bracelet was made available as a pre-order bonus (lethal injection needles and futuristic drugs not included).
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included). They're also a lot smaller and made of plastic, as opposed to the ones in the game which seem to be fairly large and look to be made of metal, with screens colored in a single color, rather than changing color display on a black screen, but still.
* ExecutiveMeddling: ExecutiveMeddling:
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The reason why there's less horror elements in the game compared to the previous one was because the marketing department noticed people thought the prequel was too scary. According to WordOfGod,[[spoiler: [[{{Squick}} Dio was also planning on doing something worse to Clover when he catches her on the Luna path]]]].



* NamesTheSame: While this Dio [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure cannot stop time or crush people with road rollers]], they're still both gigantic [[{{Jerkass}} Jerkasses]].

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* NamesTheSame: NamesTheSame:
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While this Dio [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure cannot stop time or crush people with road rollers]], they're still both gigantic [[{{Jerkass}} Jerkasses]].{{Jerkass}}es.



** NoExportForYou: The promotional watches that were for preorders of VLR were available in America only. Good news is, they decided to make plenty more after the game's release. The bad news is, they are only available during conventions and only if Aksys shows up.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: [[ExecutiveMeddling CERO bureaucracy aside]], there were some concepts Uchikoshi didn't/couldn't slip in such as [[spoiler: Dissipative system, Monty Hall problem, Gödel’s incompleteness theorems, Toxoplasmosis, Folie à deux, Capgras delusion, Fregoli delusion, Sally–Anne test, and Project [=MKUltra=]]]. [[spoiler:Some of these figure in ''VisualNovel/ZeroTimeDilemma''.]]
** The fancy clothes [[spoiler: Zero Sr.]] was wearing came from an early concept art of K.

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** * NoExportForYou: The promotional watches that were for preorders of VLR were available in America only. Good news is, they decided to make plenty more after the game's release. The bad news is, they are only available during conventions and only if Aksys shows up.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: WhatCouldHaveBeen:
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[[ExecutiveMeddling CERO bureaucracy aside]], there were some concepts Uchikoshi didn't/couldn't slip in such as [[spoiler: Dissipative system, Monty Hall problem, Gödel’s incompleteness theorems, Toxoplasmosis, Folie à deux, Capgras delusion, Fregoli delusion, Sally–Anne test, and Project [=MKUltra=]]]. [[spoiler:Some [=MKUltra=]. Some of these figure in ''VisualNovel/ZeroTimeDilemma''.]]
''VisualNovel/ZeroTimeDilemma'', though.
** The fancy clothes [[spoiler: Zero Sr.]] Sr. was wearing came from an early concept art of K.
11th Jul '16 3:22:50 PM mysteriousone3
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* SelfPlagiarism: Of ''VisualNovel/{{Ever17}}'', wholesale. Literally every plot twist is reused or reimagined in some way, except for [[spoiler:the recreation of a past event as a means to facilitate TimeTravel in order to SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong by saving a person who died in the first event]] (and that one was used in ''VisualNovel/NineHoursNinePersonsNineDoors'').
11th Jul '16 3:20:15 PM mysteriousone3
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: [[ExecutiveMeddling CERO bureaucracy aside]], there were some concepts Uchikoshi didn't/couldn't slip in such as [[spoiler: Dissipative system, Monty Hall problem, Gödel’s incompleteness theorems, Toxoplasmosis, Folie à deux, Capgras delusion, Fregoli delusion, Sally–Anne test, and Project [=MKUltra=]]]. [[spoiler:Some of these figure in ''VideoGame/ZeroTimeDilemma''.]]

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: [[ExecutiveMeddling CERO bureaucracy aside]], there were some concepts Uchikoshi didn't/couldn't slip in such as [[spoiler: Dissipative system, Monty Hall problem, Gödel’s incompleteness theorems, Toxoplasmosis, Folie à deux, Capgras delusion, Fregoli delusion, Sally–Anne test, and Project [=MKUltra=]]]. [[spoiler:Some of these figure in ''VideoGame/ZeroTimeDilemma''.''VisualNovel/ZeroTimeDilemma''.]]
30th Jun '16 8:27:17 AM normal19
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: [[ExecutiveMeddling CERO bureaucracy aside]], there were some concepts Uchikoshi didn't/couldn't slip in such as [[spoiler: Dissipative system, Monty Hall problem, Gödel’s incompleteness theorems, Toxoplasmosis, Folie à deux, Capgras delusion, Fregoli delusion, Sally–Anne test, and Project [=MKUltra=]]]. [[spoiler:Some of these figure in ''[[VideoGame/ZeroTimeDilemma]]''.]]

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: [[ExecutiveMeddling CERO bureaucracy aside]], there were some concepts Uchikoshi didn't/couldn't slip in such as [[spoiler: Dissipative system, Monty Hall problem, Gödel’s incompleteness theorems, Toxoplasmosis, Folie à deux, Capgras delusion, Fregoli delusion, Sally–Anne test, and Project [=MKUltra=]]]. [[spoiler:Some of these figure in ''[[VideoGame/ZeroTimeDilemma]]''.''VideoGame/ZeroTimeDilemma''.]]
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