History VideoGame / AstroBoyOmegaFactor

9th Jun '16 11:50:42 PM gewunomox
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* PeggySue: After the first run through the game, [[spoiler:{{Phoenix}} saves Astro and grants him TimeTravel so he can SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong.]]

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* PeggySue: After the first run through the game, [[spoiler:{{Phoenix}} [[spoiler: Manga/{{Phoenix}} saves Astro and grants him TimeTravel so he can SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong.]]
6th Jun '16 5:24:56 AM HyperEmerson
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* TearJerker: The death of Dr. Tenma's son, Tobio; And him grieving for his son as he creates Astro in his image. And this is the ''first scene'' in the game.
** The first ending of the game, where Death Mask arrives and destroys all robots on Earth, [[spoiler:including Astro]]; leaving behind a world completely ravaged by years of war between humans and robots. [[spoiler:Don't worry though, it's not over yet...]]
** The story of Daichi and Prime Rose. Which becomes even more so when you learn later that the two of them aren't actually gone.
** Drake himself is truly a tragic villain, having been pushed over the edge entirely by the belief that his daughter was kidnapped and killed by a robot, leading to his hatred of robots with him vowing to do everything in his power to avenge her death.
6th Jun '16 5:18:20 AM HyperEmerson
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** StealthMentor: [[spoiler: Dr. Tenma's ultimate goal is to get Astro to become stronger by overcoming adversity.]]

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** StealthMentor: [[spoiler: Dr.[[spoiler:Dr. Tenma's ultimate goal is to get Astro to become stronger by overcoming adversity.]]



* LevelUpFillUp: Adding someone to the Omega Factor restores your health.

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* LevelUpFillUp: Adding someone to the Omega Factor restores your health. However, each health recovery only works once and this seriously unbalances the difficulty of subsequent playthroughs.



* ScoringPoints: The game has various high score and best time tables for each level on the three difficulties. It also records if you were able to beat an chapter or the entire game without dying. Of note is that after Astro's normal combo sets a 4x multiplier on the score, using one of his special moves as a finisher increases it to 5x.
* ShadowArchetype: At one point Astro claims that Atlas is this.

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* ScoringPoints: The game has various high score and best time tables for each level on the three difficulties. It also records if you were able to beat an chapter or the entire game without dying. Of note is that after Astro's normal combo sets Your {{combo}} meter acts as a 4x multiplier on the score, using one of his ScoreMultiplier which goes up to 6 (4 B hits, finger laser, special moves as a finisher increases it attack), so you should use your specials every now and then to 5x.
their best effect.
* ShadowArchetype: At one point Astro claims that Atlas is this.this to himself.
24th Mar '16 10:57:45 AM Berrenta
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%%* ForMassiveDamage: Supers.
2nd Mar '16 6:59:57 PM GuiRitter
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* NintendoHard: On Easy you begin each life with with, ridiculously, 30 Super attacks and can stock up to 99 of them and enemies deal very low damage. On Hard? Nightmare. Enemies will tear about half of your HP with the lightest of attacks, you can have only 3 Supers now and there are MANY things that can kill you in a single hit. Let's state that we are not talking about bottomless pits or death spikes. Rebirth Mode is a living hell on ''any'' difficulty. What's worse is that there barely are any recovery items in each chapter and some of them are supposed to be the level ups that only work once.

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* NintendoHard: On Easy you begin each life with with, ridiculously, 30 Super attacks and can stock up to 99 of them and enemies deal very low damage. On Hard? Nightmare. Enemies will tear about half of your HP with the lightest of attacks, you can have only 3 Supers now and there are MANY things that can kill you in a single hit. Let's state that we are not talking about bottomless pits or death spikes. Rebirth Mode is a living hell on ''any'' difficulty. What's worse is that there barely are any recovery items in each chapter and some of them are supposed to be the level ups that only work once.



* SolarCPR: [[spoiler:After after the battle with the game's TrueFinalBoss, remains of it end up corrupting the sun. Astro has to send over a remnant of Death Mask/Nuka in order to restore it.]]

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* SolarCPR: [[spoiler:After after the battle with the game's TrueFinalBoss, remains of it end up corrupting the sun. Astro has to send over a remnant of Death Mask/Nuka in order to restore it.]]
27th Jan '16 8:51:58 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* TearJerker: The death of Dr. Tenma's son, Tobio; And him grieving for his son as he creates Astro in his image. And this is the ''first scene'' in the game.
** The first ending of the game, where Death Mask arrives and destroys all robots on Earth, [[spoiler:including Astro]]; leaving behind a world completely ravaged by years of war between humans and robots. [[spoiler:Don't worry though, it's not over yet...]]
** The story of Daichi and Prime Rose. Which becomes even more so when you learn later that the two of them aren't actually gone.
** Drake himself is truly a tragic villain, having been pushed over the edge entirely by the belief that his daughter was kidnapped and killed by a robot, leading to his hatred of robots with him vowing to do everything in his power to avenge her death.
14th Oct '15 9:52:07 AM Willbyr
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** Sharaku as the game's BigBad is mainly based on the EvilOverlord of ''Marine Express'' but in a post-ending scene, he becomes the original version of ''TheThreeEyedOne''.

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** Sharaku as the game's BigBad is mainly based on the EvilOverlord of ''Marine Express'' but in a post-ending scene, he becomes the original version of ''TheThreeEyedOne''.''Manga/TheThreeEyedOne''.
9th Oct '15 11:49:01 AM 4maskwolf
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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: If you look carefully, you'll notice that when you first defeat the "World's Strongest Robots", they explode then collapse to the ground; but when you beat them for the second time, they simply fall down. [[spoiler:This is subtle {{foreshadowing}} to the fact that the second time around, Astro is disabling the robots instead of destroying them, in order to regain Blue Knight's trust.]]
30th Sep '15 8:50:22 PM nombretomado
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* CrossOver: Starring Astro, with other characters from OsamuTezuka's [[ReusedCharacterDesign star system]] show as support characters and villains.

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* CrossOver: Starring Astro, with other characters from OsamuTezuka's Creator/OsamuTezuka's [[ReusedCharacterDesign star system]] show as support characters and villains.



* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: This game includes many, many, many characters from OsamuTezuka's many works. Whenever Astro meets one he [[LevelUp gets to boost one of his stats.]]

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* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: This game includes many, many, many characters from OsamuTezuka's Creator/OsamuTezuka's many works. Whenever Astro meets one he [[LevelUp gets to boost one of his stats.]]
31st Aug '15 12:43:27 PM BlueGuy
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** References to ''VideoGame/GunstarHeroes'' are also present: the background in one level features buildings that have signs reading "'''Gunstar'''", Pook refers to his different forms as "Forces" (similar to the ''Gunstar Heroes''-boss, Seven Force), and two songs from ''Gunstar Heroes'' were remixed for ''Astro Boy: Omega Factor". Astro's six main stats plus the Omega Factor are called "The Seven Forces".
* ShownTheirWork: We did say ''every'' character Tezuka ever did, right?
** The unlockable Character List gives descriptions of all the characters and explains how they were adapted into the game.

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** References to ''VideoGame/GunstarHeroes'' are also present: the background in one level features buildings that have signs reading "'''Gunstar'''", Pook refers to his different forms as "Forces" (similar to the ''Gunstar Heroes''-boss, Heroes''-boss Seven Force), and two songs from ''Gunstar Heroes'' were remixed for ''Astro Boy: Omega Factor". Astro's six main stats plus the Omega Factor are called "The Seven Forces".
Forces", and the ending theme is a slightly slower version of ''Gunstar Heroes'''s ending theme.
** The Mu level has a secret alcove containing [[http://i.imgur.com/qyEh0Mz.png an enemy]] with a face exactly the same as the Clancers from ''VideoGame/MischiefMakers''.
* ShownTheirWork: We did say ''every'' character Tezuka ever did, right?
** The
right? (The unlockable Character List gives descriptions of all the characters and explains how they were adapted into the game.)
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