History VideoGame / AstekaIITemploDelSol

27th Mar '16 1:56:04 AM Sabrewing
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* NeverSayDie: A notable aversion, coming from the NES. Both "dead" and "killed" are used several times.
27th Mar '16 1:51:02 AM Sabrewing
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* GuideDangIt: While it's explained how to set jewels in the hilt of the sword to enhance its strength, nobody ever mentions that you have to manually select the sword in battle with the "Use" command in order to equip it, for ''each'' battle; otherwise, you're just fighting with your fists.



* HeKnowsAboutTimedHits: José explaining how to use the Ixmol Jewel.

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* HeKnowsAboutTimedHits: José explaining how to use the Ixmol Jewel.
8th Dec '15 3:29:44 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[spoiler:TheMole: Near the end of the game, José reveals himself to actually be a demon called Scareface, who you must defeat in combat. He says that the reason he joined your group was to gather the items needed to defeat the BigBad Tentacula, so that he could usurp his position as ruler of the demons.]]

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* [[spoiler:TheMole: Near TheMole: [[spoiler:Near the end of the game, José reveals himself to actually be a demon called Scareface, who you must defeat in combat. He says that the reason he joined your group was to gather the items needed to defeat the BigBad Tentacula, so that he could usurp his position as ruler of the demons.]]
8th Dec '15 3:29:01 AM Morgenthaler
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6th Sep '15 5:40:00 PM Mikeyfan93
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9th Nov '14 5:26:56 AM Sabrewing
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* TheStarscream: Scareface [[spoil:{a/k/a José)]] wants to overthrow Tentacula and rule the world himself.

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* TheStarscream: Scareface [[spoil:{a/k/a [[spoiler:{a/k/a José)]] wants to overthrow Tentacula and rule the world himself.
9th Nov '14 5:18:46 AM Sabrewing
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* TheKeyIsBehindTheLock: Played with. The Sun Key is locked inside the Temple of the Sun. [[spoiler:The thing is, the actual locking mechanism is ''inside'' of the temple itself. Which is only a foot or so in height, with the Sun Key taking up most of the space inside. To get it out, you have to ''shrink'' yourself, go inside the now-to-scale temple, use a completely different key in the lock, re-enlarge back outside, and finally open the temple like a dollhouse to claim the Sun Key.]]



* MultiarmedAndDangerous: Tezcat has ''six'' arms (maybe) and each one is wielding a sword.

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* MultiarmedAndDangerous: MultiArmedAndDangerous: Tezcat has ''six'' arms (maybe) and each one is wielding a sword.


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* TheStarscream: Scareface [[spoil:{a/k/a José)]] wants to overthrow Tentacula and rule the world himself.
9th Nov '14 5:04:41 AM Sabrewing
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* ElSpanishO: El Slug. Actual Spanish would have rendered it as ''La Babosa''.


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* MultiarmedAndDangerous: Tezcat has ''six'' arms (maybe) and each one is wielding a sword.
24th Oct '14 12:57:33 PM rexpensive
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''Taiyō no Shinden Asteka II'', also known as ''Asteka II: Templo del Sol'', is a first/third person graphical AdventureGame, developed by NihonFalcom in 1986 [[note]]or maybe 1987; sources are not consistent about the year[[/note]], for the {{PC88}}, {{PC98}}, and {{MSX}}2 platforms, and was later ported to the {{Famicom}} (in 1988), SegaSaturn (in 1998), and MicrosoftWindows (in 1999). It puts the player in the role of an archaeologist exploring the ruins of the Mayan city Chichén Itzá (on the Yucatán Peninsula).

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''Taiyō no Shinden Asteka II'', also known as ''Asteka II: Templo del Sol'', is a first/third person graphical AdventureGame, developed by NihonFalcom in 1986 [[note]]or maybe 1987; sources are not consistent about the year[[/note]], for the {{PC88}}, {{PC98}}, UsefulNotes/{{PC88}}, UsefulNotes/{{PC98}}, and {{MSX}}2 UsefulNotes/{{MSX}}2 platforms, and was later ported to the {{Famicom}} UsefulNotes/{{Famicom}} (in 1988), SegaSaturn UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn (in 1998), and MicrosoftWindows UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows (in 1999). It puts the player in the role of an archaeologist exploring the ruins of the Mayan city Chichén Itzá (on the Yucatán Peninsula).
21st Oct '14 8:23:05 PM Sabrewing
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* BilingualBonus: "Akbal" refers to nighttime and the underworld, tying in with its purpose of affecting demons; "ixmol" means "conductress", as in someone who presides over religious ceremonies. Possible GeniusBonus at work, since we're talking about the ''Mayan'' language here.

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* BilingualBonus: "Akbal" refers to nighttime and the underworld, tying in with its the jewel's purpose of affecting demons; "ixmol" means "conductress", as in someone who presides over religious ceremonies. Possible GeniusBonus at work, since we're talking about the ''Mayan'' language here.



* GuideDangIt: While it's explained how to set jewels in the hilt of the sword to enhance its strength, nobody ever mentions that you have to manually select the sword in battle with the "Use" command in order to equip it, for ''each'' battle; otherwise, you're just fighting with your fists.



* HelloInsertNameHere: Although the game will throw you random names if you leave the spaces blank.

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* HeKnowsAboutTimedHits: José explaining how to use the Ixmol Jewel.
* HelloInsertNameHere: Although The player character and the professor's daughter, although the game will throw you random names if you leave the spaces blank.



* RaceLift: All the foreign characters (minus Jose, who hails from Mexico) were Japanese in the Japanese version and were changed to Americans in the English version (and Jose was named ''Laura'', a female name, in Japan.)

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* RaceLift: All the foreign characters (minus Jose, José, who hails from Mexico) were Japanese in the Japanese version and were changed to Americans in the English version (and Jose José was named ''Laura'', a female name, in Japan.)



* RPGsEqualCombat: Slaying monsters are one way the game rewards you with higher levels; solving puzzles is the other.



* TraversibleWorldMap: A [[ShownTheirWork fairly accurate]] portrayal of Chichen Itza, although the Well of Sacrifice should be much further away, and a few ruins unimportant to the game are missing. Oddly enough, the original Japanese version was the one who got it wrong about the geography of the game: the original name ''Taiyo no Shinden: Asteka'' means ''Temple of the Sun: Aztec'', when the "Temple of the Sun" is located in Teotihuacan, near Mexico City and the Aztecs lived in the Central parts of Mexico, but the game itself takes place in Chichen Itza, in Yucatan (located on Southern Mexico), and it was builded by the Mayans, not the Aztecs.

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* TraversibleWorldMap: A [[ShownTheirWork fairly accurate]] portrayal of Chichen Itza, although the Well of Sacrifice should be much further away, and a few ruins unimportant to the game are missing. Oddly enough, the original Japanese version was the one who got it wrong about the geography of the game: the original name ''Taiyo no Shinden: Asteka'' means ''Temple of the Sun: Aztec'', when the "Temple of the Sun" is located in Teotihuacan, near Mexico City and the Aztecs lived in the Central parts of Mexico, but the game itself takes place in Chichen Itza, in Yucatan (located on Southern Mexico), and it was builded built by the Mayans, not the Aztecs.
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