History VideoGame / AeroFighters

15th May '17 1:08:51 AM Sammettik
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** Given the ''very'' limited English release ''special'' had, many of the above are likely the result of a rushed translation.
27th Apr '17 6:54:45 PM Sammettik
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* AllJustADream: Mao-Mao's ending in the first Aero-Fighters, in which she seems to have [[FallingIntoTheCockpit Accidentally gotten stuck]] in her fighter which is fighting on its own.

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* AllJustADream: Mao-Mao's ending in the first Aero-Fighters, in which she seems to have [[FallingIntoTheCockpit Accidentally accidentally gotten stuck]] in her fighter which is fighting on its own.
27th Apr '17 6:24:10 PM Sammettik
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* InConsistentDub:

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* InConsistentDub:InconsistentDub:



* SapientShip: Rabio, a secret character in the SNES ''Aero Fighters'' (Alongside Lepus) and ''Aero Fighters 3'' (Where he's "piloted" by Kotomi). Of course, this would be completely lost on anyone who didn't play his home series, since he has no lines in either ''Aero Fighters'' appearance

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* SapientShip: Rabio, a secret character in the SNES ''Aero Fighters'' (Alongside Lepus) and ''Aero Fighters 3'' (Where he's "piloted" by Kotomi). Of course, this would be completely lost on anyone who didn't play his home series, since he has no lines in either ''Aero Fighters'' appearanceappearance.
27th Apr '17 6:16:15 PM Sammettik
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* AllJustADream: Mao(-Mao)'s ending in the first Aero-Fighters, in which she seems to have [[FallingIntoTheCockpit Accidentally gotten stuck]] in her fighter which is fighting on its own.

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* AllJustADream: Mao(-Mao)'s Mao-Mao's ending in the first Aero-Fighters, in which she seems to have [[FallingIntoTheCockpit Accidentally gotten stuck]] in her fighter which is fighting on its own.



* GuestFighter: Ships from ''VideoGame/RabioLepus'' and ''Turbo Force'' appear as secret characters in several games. And in ''Aero Fighters Special'', it gives up a few more such as some of heroes from ''Karate Blazer ending up flying a plane with its owner, whom they're introduced to after beating the first level.

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* GuestFighter: Ships from ''VideoGame/RabioLepus'' and ''Turbo Force'' appear as secret characters in several games. And in ''Aero Fighters Special'', it gives up a few more such as some of heroes from ''Karate Blazer Blazers'' ending up flying a plane with its owner, whom they're introduced to after beating the first level.



* InConsistentDub:
** Many characters who get a DubNameChange revert to their original names in later games, including Glinda (Glenda), Steve (Angela), Cindy (Cincia), Kohful (Kowful) and the boss Amadan (Bazeel).
** Hien for some reason has a hyphen in his name in ''Aero Fighters 2''.
** Spanky reverted to his Japanese name (Whity) in ''Aero Fighters Special'', but was changed back to Spanky in ''Aero Fighters Assault''.
** The villainous organization the heroes fight against is called Fata Morgana in ''Aero Fighters Special'' and Phutta Morgana in ''Aero Fighters Assault''.
** Some copies of the third and fourth games retain the ''Sonic Wings'' title in the English version.



* SapientShip: Rabio, a secret character in the SNES ''Aero Fighters'' (Alongside Lepus) and ''Aero Fighters 3'' (Where he's "piloted" by Kotomi). Of course, this would be completely lost on anyone who didn't play his home series, since he has no lines in either game.

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* SapientShip: Rabio, a secret character in the SNES ''Aero Fighters'' (Alongside Lepus) and ''Aero Fighters 3'' (Where he's "piloted" by Kotomi). Of course, this would be completely lost on anyone who didn't play his home series, since he has no lines in either game.''Aero Fighters'' appearance



* WeaponizedLandmark: Running out of time on Mission 1 of ''Aero Fighters Assault'' will not result in a game over. Instead, the Tokyo Towers will turn into a pair of laser cannons that will instantly destroy the boss [[BreatherLevel and let you go to the next mission]].

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* WeaponizedLandmark: Running out of time on Mission 1 of ''Aero Fighters Assault'' will not result in a game over. Instead, the Tokyo Towers will turn into a pair of laser cannons that will instantly destroy the boss [[BreatherLevel and let you go to the next mission]]. A Tokyo Tower was previously an enemy in ''Aero Fighters 3''.
27th Apr '17 5:25:07 PM Sammettik
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* AllJustADream: Mao(-Mao)'s ending in the first Aero-Fighters, in which she seems to have [[FallingIntoTheCockpit Accidentally gotten stuck]] in her fighter which is fighting on it's own.
* AmbiguousGender: Angela, full bore. For starters, the character's called ''Steve'' in Aero Fighters 2. Everywhere else (Sonic Wings 2 included), they're called Angela. All you have to do is figure out why the translators felt justified in that. Making matters more difficult is that different ending pictures depict them as male ''or'' female. ''And'', in Sonic Wings, Angela uses [[{{Bokukko}} male pronouns]]. The best example of the situation is to compare their endings with Hien and Ellen. Pay close attention to how [[GodivaHair their hair is falling in each one]]...

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* AllJustADream: Mao(-Mao)'s ending in the first Aero-Fighters, in which she seems to have [[FallingIntoTheCockpit Accidentally gotten stuck]] in her fighter which is fighting on it's its own.
* AmbiguousGender: Angela, full bore. For starters, the character's called ''Steve'' in Aero ''Aero Fighters 2. 2''. Everywhere else (Sonic (''Sonic Wings 2 included), include''d), they're called Angela. All you have to do is figure out why the translators felt justified in that. Making matters more difficult is that different ending pictures depict them as male ''or'' female. ''And'', in Sonic Wings, Angela uses [[{{Bokukko}} male pronouns]]. The best example of the situation is to compare their endings with Hien and Ellen. Pay close attention to how [[GodivaHair their hair is falling in each one]]...



* DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist: Crashing your plane in ''Aerofighters Assault'' will only subtract a bit of your health.
* DemotedToDragon: Gorgonzola is bumped from one of two final bosses to penultimate boss before Lar or Tenukie in ''Aerofighters 2''. Lar and Tenukie themselves end up joining him in ''Aerofighters 3''.

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* DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist: Crashing your plane in ''Aerofighters ''Aero Fighters Assault'' will only subtract a bit of your health.
* DemotedToDragon: Gorgonzola is bumped from one of two final bosses to penultimate boss before Lar or Tenukie in ''Aerofighters ''Aero Fighters 2''. Lar and Tenukie themselves end up joining him in ''Aerofighters ''Aero Fighters 3''.



* EverythingsBetterWithPenguins: [[spoiler:There's a secret ending in Aero Fighters 2 and 3 where a special final boss shows up. Regardless of whether or not you beat it, you get an ending with a penguin saying "Heh heh!"]]

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* EverythingsBetterWithPenguins: [[spoiler:There's a secret ending in Aero ''Aero Fighters 2 2'' and 3 ''3'' where a special final boss shows up. Regardless of whether or not you beat it, you get an ending with a penguin saying "Heh heh!"]]



* SapientShip: Rabio, a secret character in the SNES ''Aerofighters'' (Alongside Lepus) and ''Aerofighters 3'' (Where he's "piloted" by Kotomi). Of course, this would be completely lost on anyone who didn't play his home series, since he has no lines in either game.

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* SapientShip: Rabio, a secret character in the SNES ''Aerofighters'' ''Aero Fighters'' (Alongside Lepus) and ''Aerofighters ''Aero Fighters 3'' (Where he's "piloted" by Kotomi). Of course, this would be completely lost on anyone who didn't play his home series, since he has no lines in either game.



* WeaponizedLandmark: Running out of time on Mission 1 of ''Aerofighters Assault'' will not result in a game over. Instead, the Tokyo Towers will turn into a pair of laser cannons that will instantly destroy the boss [[BreatherLevel and let you go to the next mission]].

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* WeaponizedLandmark: Running out of time on Mission 1 of ''Aerofighters ''Aero Fighters Assault'' will not result in a game over. Instead, the Tokyo Towers will turn into a pair of laser cannons that will instantly destroy the boss [[BreatherLevel and let you go to the next mission]].
27th Apr '17 5:22:16 PM Sammettik
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* DeathFromAbove: Among others the bomb of the Harrier (AV-8) in ''Aero Fighters 1'', that causes several Vulcan bombers to carpet-down the sceen.

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* DeathFromAbove: Among others the bomb of the Harrier (AV-8) in ''Aero Fighters 1'', Fighters'', that causes several Vulcan bombers to carpet-down the sceen.



* DemotedToDragon: Gorgonzola is bumped from one of two final bosses to penultimate boss before Lar or Tenukie in ''Aerofighters 2''. Lar and Tenukie themselves end up joining him in ''Aerofighters 3''.



* SapientCetaceans: Spanky is a dolphin who pilots a frickin' [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northrop_YF-23 YF-23 fighter jet]]. He [[MemeticMutation fries over jungles]].

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* SapientCetaceans: Spanky is a dolphin who pilots a frickin' [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northrop_YF-23 YF-23 fighter jet]]. jet]] and other experimental aircraft. He [[MemeticMutation fries over jungles]].jungles]].
* SapientShip: Rabio, a secret character in the SNES ''Aerofighters'' (Alongside Lepus) and ''Aerofighters 3'' (Where he's "piloted" by Kotomi). Of course, this would be completely lost on anyone who didn't play his home series, since he has no lines in either game.



** In ''Aero Fighters 1'', when playing as Hien (FSX):

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** In ''Aero Fighters 1'', Fighters'', when playing as Hien (FSX):



* VideoGame3DLeap: ''Assault''.

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* VideoGame3DLeap: ''Assault''.''Assault'' is a ''Starfox''-ish flight sim as opposed to a top-down shmup.
21st Mar '17 6:53:40 PM nombretomado
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The series spans six games, the first being on dedicated arcade hardware and the latter two being on the UsefulNotes/NeoGeo arcade platform. ''Aero Fighters 1'' and ''2'' utilize modern fighter jets, but ''3'' has the cast using UsefulNotes/WorldWarII-era planes instead. The next game, ''Sonic Wings Limited'' stayed exclusive to the Zinc arcade board, while ''Sonic Wings Special'' was released for the UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn and the Playstation. The last installment, ''Aero Fighters Assault'', was exclusive to the Nintendo64 and [[OddballInTheSeries strayed from the formula]], being a halfway realistic 3D flight simulation (developed by Creator/ParadigmEntertainment) instead of a vertical shoot'em up.

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The series spans six games, the first being on dedicated arcade hardware and the latter two being on the UsefulNotes/NeoGeo arcade platform. ''Aero Fighters 1'' and ''2'' utilize modern fighter jets, but ''3'' has the cast using UsefulNotes/WorldWarII-era planes instead. The next game, ''Sonic Wings Limited'' stayed exclusive to the Zinc arcade board, while ''Sonic Wings Special'' was released for the UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn and the Playstation. The last installment, ''Aero Fighters Assault'', was exclusive to the Nintendo64 UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 and [[OddballInTheSeries strayed from the formula]], being a halfway realistic 3D flight simulation (developed by Creator/ParadigmEntertainment) instead of a vertical shoot'em up.
17th Mar '17 6:57:36 AM Sammettik
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* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: The joke final boss in the first game was a monkey, which has since appeared in other games combined or attacking with last stage's mid boss.

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* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: The joke final boss in the first game was a monkey, which has since appeared in other games combined or attacking with the last stage's mid boss.



* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: The alternate final bosses: Gorgonzola the KillerSpaceAMonkey in 1, Tenukie the BedsheetGhost in 2, and Soh-Takeko the Mahjongg-Tile girl in 3.

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* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: The alternate final bosses: Gorgonzola the KillerSpaceAMonkey KillerSpaceMonkey in 1, Tenukie the BedsheetGhost in 2, and Soh-Takeko the Mahjongg-Tile girl in 3.
18th Feb '17 7:25:31 AM ScorpiusOB1
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--> STOP THE TAKEOVER CAUSED BY THE MILITARY[[note]]Russian stage. Very likely a reference to the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1991_Soviet_coup_d'etat_attempt 1991 August Coup]][[/note]]

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--> STOP THE TAKEOVER CAUSED BY THE MILITARY[[note]]Russian stage. Very likely a reference to the [[https://en.[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1991_Soviet_coup_d'etat_attempt 1991 August Coup]][[/note]]Coup][[/note]]
18th Feb '17 7:23:27 AM ScorpiusOB1
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* DeathFromAbove: Among others the bomb of the Harrier (AV-8) in ''Aero Fighters 1'', that causes several Vulcan bombers to carpet-down the sceen.



--> STOP THE TAKEOVER CAUSED BY THE MILITARY[[note]]Russian stage. Very likely a reference to the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1991_Soviet_coup_d'état_attempt 1991 August Coup]][[/note]]

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--> STOP THE TAKEOVER CAUSED BY THE MILITARY[[note]]Russian stage. Very likely a reference to the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1991_Soviet_coup_d'état_attempt org/wiki/1991_Soviet_coup_d'etat_attempt 1991 August Coup]][[/note]]
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