History VideoGame / ApeEscape

23rd Sep '15 10:57:28 AM TheUnsquished
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* MechaMooks: The third game consists entirely of MechaMooks. With [[ForMassiveDamage large glowing wind-up dials on their backs]].
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* MechaMooks: The third game consists entirely of MechaMooks. With [[ForMassiveDamage large glowing wind-up dials on their backs]].backs.
8th Aug '15 2:49:28 PM PF
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* AbsurdlySpaciousSewer: Both the first and the third games have one of these. They both appear late-game and are very difficult.
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* AbsurdlySpaciousSewer: Both the first and the third games have one of these. They both appear late-game late in their respective games and are very difficult.
8th Aug '15 12:41:22 PM SetsunasaNiWa
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cleaning Captain Obvious trope sinkhole use, project thread here
** [[CaptainObvious And Specter is very much like Specter]].
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** [[CaptainObvious And Specter is very much like Specter]].Specter.
29th May '15 4:24:19 PM TokoWH
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[[caption-width-right:300:Your job is to catch some monkeys. Here's a net. Go bananas.]]
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[[caption-width-right:300:Your job is to catch some monkeys. [[WithThisHerring Here's a net.net]]. Go bananas.]]
5th Apr '15 7:38:27 AM TokoWH
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* WithThisHerring: Throughout the series, the protagonist usually has equipment that's mostly non-lethal (The [[SetSwordsToStun Stun-Club]] being their main tool in that regard) or are supped up versions of children's toys (one of which is flat out a slingshot. Granted, it's a slingshot that can shoot explosive ammo, but still.) That does not stop them from accomplishing such feats as beating flying fortresses, {{Giant Mecha}}s, or even [[spoiler: [[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever giant, banana steroid fueled monkeys]]]] without much trouble.
4th Apr '15 8:56:54 AM PF
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Spike appeared as a playable character in ''VideoGame/PlaystationAllStarsBattleRoyale'' in his ''Million Monkeys'' attire, albeit with a more westernized look.
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Spike appeared as a playable character in ''VideoGame/PlaystationAllStarsBattleRoyale'' ''VideoGame/PlayStationAllStarsBattleRoyale'' in his ''Million Monkeys'' attire, albeit with a more westernized look.
4th Apr '15 8:55:56 AM PF
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A series of 3D {{Platform Game}}s and proof that EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys. Known as ''Saru! Get You!'' in Japan.
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A ''Ape Escape'' is a series of 3D {{Platform Game}}s and proof that EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys. Known It is known as ''Saru! Get You!'' in Japan.
4th Apr '15 8:53:45 AM PF
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* TechDemoGame: The original game was the first game that ''required'' the use of the Dual Shock controller, which was just then released at the time before it became a staple of all future controllers since. Thankfully, the game still managed to be fun enough to stand out on it's own right.
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* TechDemoGame: The original game TechDemoGame / UrExample: ''Ape Escape'' was the first [=PlayStation=] game that ''required'' the use of the Dual Shock controller, which was just then released at the time before it became a staple of all future controllers since. [=DualShock=] controller. Thankfully, the game still managed to be fun enough to stand out on it's its own right.

** Tsukushi and Tohko, the protagonist's sisters from the [=PlayStation=] Move title are this to some extent too. * UrExample: ''Ape Escape'' is the first game where use of the [=DualShock=] controller is required.
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** Tsukushi and Tohko, the protagonist's sisters from the [=PlayStation=] Move title are this to some extent too. * UrExample: ''Ape Escape'' is the first game where use of the [=DualShock=] controller is required.as well.

* WidgetSeries: It's a game about catching monkeys in brightly flashing helmets in nets, whether it be following [[TimeTravel them through time]], around the world or even [[spoiler: into space]], or [[TrappedInTVLand chasing them into parodies of famous TV programs and stories.]] Even then, the game makes no attempt to hide the fact that it's based in Japan, with Japan based levels, gadgets, and even characters popping up frequently in all the games.

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* WidgetSeries: It's a game The series is about catching monkeys in brightly flashing helmets in nets, whether it be following [[TimeTravel them through time]], around the world or even [[spoiler: into space]], or [[TrappedInTVLand chasing them into parodies of famous TV programs and stories.]] Even then, the game makes no attempt to hide the fact that it's based in Japan, with Japan based levels, gadgets, and even characters popping up frequently in all the games.
4th Apr '15 7:34:32 AM TokoWH
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* WidgetSeries: It's a game about catching monkeys in brightly colored helmets in net, whether it be following [[TimeTravel them through time]], around the world or even [[spoiler: into space]], or [[TrappedInTVLand chasing them into parodies of famous TV programs and stories.]] Even then, the game makes no attempt to hide the fact that it's based in Japan, with Japan based levels, gadgets, and even characters popping up frequently in all the games.
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* WidgetSeries: It's a game about catching monkeys in brightly colored flashing helmets in net, nets, whether it be following [[TimeTravel them through time]], around the world or even [[spoiler: into space]], or [[TrappedInTVLand chasing them into parodies of famous TV programs and stories.]] Even then, the game makes no attempt to hide the fact that it's based in Japan, with Japan based levels, gadgets, and even characters popping up frequently in all the games.
4th Apr '15 7:33:56 AM TokoWH
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* WidgetSeries: It's a game about catching monkeys in brightly colored helmets in net, whether it be following [[TimeTravel them through time]], around the world or even [[spoiler: into space]], or [[TrappedInTVLand chasing them into parodies of famous TV programs and stories.]] Even then, the game makes no attempt to hide the fact that it's based in Japan, with Japan based levels, gadgets, and even characters popping up frequently in all the games.
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