History VideoGame / AstroBoyOmegaFactor

16th Sep '17 10:08:22 AM nombretomado
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''Astro Boy: Omega Factor'' (Known in Japan as ''Astro Boy Tetsuwan Atom'': ''Atom Heart no Himitsu'') was based on Manga/AstroBoy, released in 2004 for the GameBoyAdvance after the Anime's 2003 Reboot. It was developed by Creator/{{Treasure}} and Hitmaker and published by Creator/{{Sega}}. Many consider this game a massive aversion of TheProblemWithLicensedGames, and a fitting tribute to Creator/OsamuTezuka.

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''Astro Boy: Omega Factor'' (Known in Japan as ''Astro Boy Tetsuwan Atom'': ''Atom Heart no Himitsu'') was based on Manga/AstroBoy, released in 2004 for the GameBoyAdvance UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance after the Anime's 2003 Reboot. It was developed by Creator/{{Treasure}} and Hitmaker and published by Creator/{{Sega}}. Many consider this game a massive aversion of TheProblemWithLicensedGames, and a fitting tribute to Creator/OsamuTezuka.
24th Aug '17 7:09:35 PM YMYBIUDYDYATH
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* IAmAMonster: [[TropesAreNotGood In a '''very''' bad way.]] Atlas describes himself as one in Birth.

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* IAmAMonster: [[TropesAreNotGood In a '''very''' very bad way.]] Atlas describes himself as one in Birth.
24th Aug '17 7:08:57 PM YMYBIUDYDYATH
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* IAmAMonster: [[TropesAreNotGood In a '''very''' bad way.]] Atlas describes himself as one in Birth.
-->'''Atlas:''' Just look at me! I'm neither fully human nor fully robot! '''I'm a monster.'''
21st Aug '17 8:02:53 PM Uyyy
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** Shadow, a villain from the 2003 anime, appears in the BadFuture as the leader of the robots. [[spoiler: He turns out to be Sharaku in disguise.]]
21st Aug '17 7:44:11 PM Uyyy
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* [[YouKilledMyFather You Killed My Daughter]]: Drake wants to [[FinalSolution destroy all robots]] because a robot killed his daughter, Prime Rose. [[spoiler: Not only did she not actually die, but her "killer" wasn't even a robot in the first place.]]
20th Aug '17 3:11:05 PM Uyyy
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* WhamLine:
-->'''Duke Red:''' Nuka is with Death Mask now...Or should I say, [[spoiler: Nuka ''is'' Death Mask.]]
14th Feb '17 1:29:43 AM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* WhamShot: The appearance of Death Mask, who then proceeds to ''destroy Astro and all robots on Earth''. Just when it seems that all is lost, you are given a second chance by the Phoenix.
28th Aug '16 8:07:51 PM Upgrader
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''Astro Boy: Omega Factor'' (Known in Japan as ''Astro Boy Tetsuwan Atom'': ''Atom Heart no Himitsu'') was based on Manga/AstroBoy, released in 2004 for the GameBoyAdvance after the Anime's 2003 Reboot. It was developed by Creator/{{Treasure}} and Hitmaker and published by Creator/{{Sega}}. Many consider this game an aversion of TheProblemWithLicensedGames, and a fitting tribute to Creator/OsamuTezuka.

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''Astro Boy: Omega Factor'' (Known in Japan as ''Astro Boy Tetsuwan Atom'': ''Atom Heart no Himitsu'') was based on Manga/AstroBoy, released in 2004 for the GameBoyAdvance after the Anime's 2003 Reboot. It was developed by Creator/{{Treasure}} and Hitmaker and published by Creator/{{Sega}}. Many consider this game an a massive aversion of TheProblemWithLicensedGames, and a fitting tribute to Creator/OsamuTezuka.



%%* BeatingADeadPlayer

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%%* BeatingADeadPlayer* BeatingADeadPlayer: In the moonbase stage, if you get killed, gravity will take a while to let Astro's body stay still on the ground. In the meantime, enemies will keep attacking Astro as if he were still moving.



** "World's Greatest Adventure" pits you against Magnamite, the Artificial Sun, and Carabs in one single stage.

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** "World's Greatest Adventure" pits you against Magnamite, the Artificial Sun, and Carabs in one single stage. After that, you face off against Sharaku and [[spoiler:Garon]].



** A word of advice: if you're playing on Hard Mode, don't bother upgrading your health more than one or two times. Instead, upgrade your Punch and Laser abilities first, so you can beat enemies more effectively. Having Level 4 or 5 Jets to avoid attacks better is also crucial; without decent-level Jets, Atlas and Sharaku are nigh impossible to beat. Once you've maxed out those three abilities, ''then'' you should work on maxing out everything else.



* ContinuingIsPainful: Downplayed. Your score is reset upon continuing...but you're given a full life bar (no doubt a relief considering this game's difficulty), in contrast to Treasure's ''Super Gunstar Heroes'' and ''Advance Guardian Heroes''.

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* ContinuingIsPainful: Downplayed. Your score is reset upon continuing... but you're also given a full life bar and special attacks (no doubt a relief considering this game's difficulty), in contrast to Treasure's ''Super Gunstar Heroes'' and ''Advance Guardian Heroes''.



** Kennedy will only tell you the whereabouts of Dr. Black Jack after you [[spoiler: beat Blue Knight in the Antarctic duel, drive Sharaku off Fire Vase Island, and fight Atlas once more after hearing Drake's motive]].



* ImmuneToFlinching: Red enemies are never stunned by attacks (except for the machine gun). Gray enemies also have this property, but they are much rarer.

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* ImmuneToFlinching: Red enemies are never stunned by attacks (except for the machine gun). Gray Purple enemies also have this property, but they are much rarer.



* NintendoHard: On Easy you begin each life 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, 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 tough 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.



* OneHitKill: Most bosses in hard mode are this. Even in Normal mode, the giant roboid in stage 0-3 will kill you with one strike.

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* OneHitKill: Most Many enemies and most bosses in hard mode Hard Mode are this. Even in Normal mode, the giant roboid in stage 0-3 will kill you with one strike.
19th Aug '16 12:26:43 PM Upgrader
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* BossRush: World's Strongest Robots and World's Greatest Adventure. "The World's Strongest" pits Astro against the five strongest robots in the world. A change from the Manga, where Pluto fights the world's strongest.

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* BossRush: World's Strongest Robots and World's Greatest Adventure. "The World's Strongest" Adventure.
** "World's Strongest Robots"
pits Astro against the five strongest robots in the world. A change from the Manga, where Pluto fights the world's strongest.strongest.
** "World's Greatest Adventure" pits you against Magnamite, the Artificial Sun, and Carabs in one single stage.



* CharacterCustomization: The game gives no guidelines as to where to put your upgrades, but you'll max out by halfway through Rebirth if you find everyone.

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* CharacterCustomization: The game gives no guidelines as to where to put your upgrades, but you'll max out by halfway through Rebirth if you find everyone. The only required customization is [[spoiler:having Level 3 Sensors when you get to Black Jack's house]].



* DiscOneFinalBoss: Pluto is the final boss of Birth. He even has the same music as the TrueFinalBoss.



** Some of the Omega Factor characters are hidden frustratingly well. While Max Sensors helps (Astro will point out when a character is in a given segment), you'll still be spending a lot of time looking around.

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** Some of the hidden Omega Factor characters are hidden frustratingly well. hard to find. While Max Level 4 Sensors helps help (Astro will point out when a character is in a given segment), you'll still be spending a lot of time looking around.around. It doesn't help that at least one (Magma) is required by the plot.



* OneHitKill: You fight with a giant robot controlled by [[spoiler:Ham Egg]] but one hit you die.

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* OneHitKill: You fight with a Most bosses in hard mode are this. Even in Normal mode, the giant robot controlled by [[spoiler:Ham Egg]] but roboid in stage 0-3 will kill you with one hit you die.strike.
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.]]
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