History VideoGame / AdvancedVariableGeo

23rd Aug '16 1:03:09 PM Malady
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The first ''Advanced V.G.'' was a quasi-remake of the original HGame, with [[DeletedScene the hentai content removed]]. It was released for the PCEngine (1994), SuperFamicom (1995, as ''[[SuperTitle64Advance Super Variable Geo]]'', with the story mode removed), UsefulNotes/PlayStation (1996) and UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn (1997; the H-scenes were restored to this last version in a [[{{Bowdlerise}} Boldlerised]] state). It also introduced the series' overarching plot in which the waitresses (Yuka and Reimi, in particular), were being manipulated from behind the scenes by Reimi's mother, Miranda, whose goal was to use them as test subjects in order to create the ultimate fighting machine.

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The first ''Advanced V.G.'' was a quasi-remake of the original HGame, with [[DeletedScene the hentai content removed]]. It was released for the PCEngine (1994), SuperFamicom (1995, as ''[[SuperTitle64Advance Super Variable Geo]]'', with the story mode removed), UsefulNotes/PlayStation (1996) and UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn (1997; the H-scenes were restored to this last version in a [[{{Bowdlerise}} Boldlerised]] {{Bowdlerise}}d state). It also introduced the series' overarching plot in which the waitresses (Yuka and Reimi, in particular), were being manipulated from behind the scenes by Reimi's mother, Miranda, whose goal was to use them as test subjects in order to create the ultimate fighting machine.
18th Apr '16 5:07:05 PM MiinU
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** Though in terms of fighting style, Satomi is often considered to be [[GenderSwap the gender flipped]] equivalent of [[Characters/TheKingOfFightersTheRugalSaga Kyo Kusanagi]] instead.

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** Though in terms of fighting style, Satomi is often considered to be [[GenderSwap the gender flipped]] equivalent of [[Characters/TheKingOfFightersTheRugalSaga [[Characters/TheKingOfFightersTheRugalSaga01 Kyo Kusanagi]] instead.
18th Apr '16 5:05:17 PM MiinU
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** Yuka and Satomi are the tomboy equivalents of Ryu and Ken respectively, due to the nature of their rivalry and their roles (see the DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything entry).

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** Yuka and Satomi are the tomboy {{tomboy}} equivalents of Ryu and Ken respectively, due to the nature of their rivalry and their roles (see roles[[note]]see the DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything entry).entry in Satomi's section of the character sheet[[/note]].
18th Apr '16 4:35:46 PM MiinU
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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: Satomi's story mode ending in ''Advanced V.G. II'' parallels Ken's from ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha SF: Alpha 2]]''. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9el6TjEYJeM Her end boss battle is against Yuka]], who's lost her fighting spirit due to the events of the previous game - just as [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKG699RzsrE Ken's boss battle is against Ryu]], who'd lost ''his'' fighting spirit after his duel with Sagat.


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*{{Shotoclone}}: Yuka and Tamao are TGL's equivalent of Ryu and Sakura respectively, as noted in the AlternateCompanyEquivalent entry.
28th Mar '16 3:01:23 PM MiinU
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* FanserviceWithASmile: {{Justified}} in-universe, since the tournament is for waitresses only.

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* FanserviceWithASmile: {{Justified}} in-universe, {{Justified}}, since the tournament is for waitresses only.only.
*FantasticFightingStyle: Yuka and Satomi both studied Kyokushin Karate, under Yuka's grandfather. Whereas Tamao learned it by emulating Yuka.
6th Feb '16 4:03:56 PM nombretomado
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''Advanced V.G. II'', which released for the PlayStation in 1998, focused on a new character: Tamao Mitsurugi, [[HeroWorshipper a fan]] of Yuka, who wanted to become just like her. She [[DefeatMeansFriendship befriended]] many of Yuka's old rivals, but eventually learned that her hero had lost the will to fight, since K-1 and K-2 were killed by Miranda [[YouHaveFailedMe for failing to defeat her in the previous tournament]]. After re-igniting Yuka's fighting spirit and overcoming Miranda's PsychoForHire, Saki Shinjou, Tamao and Yuka were pitted against Miranda's latest GattacaBabies, the Material twins, after which Tamao defeated Miranda, herself. The saga concluded with the waitresses coming together to prevent Miranda's escape, by unleashing a CombinedEnergyAttack which killed her.

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''Advanced V.G. II'', which released for the PlayStation [=PlayStation=] in 1998, focused on a new character: Tamao Mitsurugi, [[HeroWorshipper a fan]] of Yuka, who wanted to become just like her. She [[DefeatMeansFriendship befriended]] many of Yuka's old rivals, but eventually learned that her hero had lost the will to fight, since K-1 and K-2 were killed by Miranda [[YouHaveFailedMe for failing to defeat her in the previous tournament]]. After re-igniting Yuka's fighting spirit and overcoming Miranda's PsychoForHire, Saki Shinjou, Tamao and Yuka were pitted against Miranda's latest GattacaBabies, the Material twins, after which Tamao defeated Miranda, herself. The saga concluded with the waitresses coming together to prevent Miranda's escape, by unleashing a CombinedEnergyAttack which killed her.
3rd Dec '15 4:47:54 PM nombretomado
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The first ''Advanced V.G.'' was a quasi-remake of the original HGame, with [[DeletedScene the hentai content removed]]. It was released for the PCEngine (1994), SuperFamicom (1995, as ''[[SuperTitle64Advance Super Variable Geo]]'', with the story mode removed), PlayStation (1996) and SegaSaturn (1997; the H-scenes were restored to this last version in a [[{{Bowdlerise}} Boldlerised]] state). It also introduced the series' overarching plot in which the waitresses (Yuka and Reimi, in particular), were being manipulated from behind the scenes by Reimi's mother, Miranda, whose goal was to use them as test subjects in order to create the ultimate fighting machine.

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The first ''Advanced V.G.'' was a quasi-remake of the original HGame, with [[DeletedScene the hentai content removed]]. It was released for the PCEngine (1994), SuperFamicom (1995, as ''[[SuperTitle64Advance Super Variable Geo]]'', with the story mode removed), PlayStation UsefulNotes/PlayStation (1996) and SegaSaturn UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn (1997; the H-scenes were restored to this last version in a [[{{Bowdlerise}} Boldlerised]] state). It also introduced the series' overarching plot in which the waitresses (Yuka and Reimi, in particular), were being manipulated from behind the scenes by Reimi's mother, Miranda, whose goal was to use them as test subjects in order to create the ultimate fighting machine.
14th Oct '15 10:00:20 AM crazysamaritan
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* {{Ninja}}: Chiho is descendant of the Masuda Clan and is their heir apparent. While her cousin, Kyoko, is from the Kirishima Clan, which is one of their branch families. Between the two, Chiho is the more [[FragileSpeedster traditional example.]] Kyoko is the [[StoneWall exact opposite.]]

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* {{Ninja}}: Chiho is descendant of the Masuda Clan and is their heir apparent. While her cousin, Kyoko, is from the Kirishima Clan, which is one of their branch families. Between the two, Chiho is the more [[FragileSpeedster traditional example.]] example. Kyoko is the [[StoneWall exact opposite.]]
3rd Oct '15 11:44:41 AM demonfiren
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''Advanced Variable Geo'' (or ''Advanced V.G.'' as {{officially shortened|title}}) is a duology of console {{Fighting Game}}s by the company Technical Group Laboratory (TGL). The general premise, where in the future a grand championship tournament called Variable Geo is held annually to determine who is the strongest waitress in the world, derives from a series of [[HGame H-Games]]. This page is for the BleachedUnderpants console games only.

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''Advanced Variable Geo'' (or ''Advanced V.G.'' as {{officially shortened|title}}) shortened|Title}}) is a duology of console {{Fighting Game}}s by the company Technical Group Laboratory (TGL). The general premise, where in the future a grand championship tournament called Variable Geo is held annually to determine who is the strongest waitress in the world, derives from a series of [[HGame H-Games]]. This page is for the BleachedUnderpants console games only.
1st Aug '15 11:20:59 AM emperormasakado
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* FeministFantasy: Noted in both the ActionGirl and AlmightyJanitor entries.
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