History VideoGame / AzureDreams

26th Feb '17 2:24:35 PM nombretomado
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''Azure Dreams'' is a roguelike RPG released by {{Konami}} in 1997 in Japan on the {{UsefulNotes/Playstation}} and everywhere else in 1998 with the GameBoy version being released in 1999 in Japan and everywhere else in 2000. There are two different versions: one for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation, which also added elements of town- and [[RelationshipValues relationship-]]building, and another for the GameBoy Color. The overall plot to both games is the same: you are a boy named Koh, and you live out in a desert village where a giant monster tower looms. Your father, Guy, went into the tower to find a legendary monster and hasn't been seen since, so you enter the tower to search for him, and fight/tame any monsters that get in your way.

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''Azure Dreams'' is a roguelike RPG released by {{Konami}} {{Creator/Konami}} in 1997 in Japan on the {{UsefulNotes/Playstation}} and everywhere else in 1998 with the GameBoy version being released in 1999 in Japan and everywhere else in 2000. There are two different versions: one for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation, which also added elements of town- and [[RelationshipValues relationship-]]building, and another for the GameBoy Color. The overall plot to both games is the same: you are a boy named Koh, and you live out in a desert village where a giant monster tower looms. Your father, Guy, went into the tower to find a legendary monster and hasn't been seen since, so you enter the tower to search for him, and fight/tame any monsters that get in your way.
24th Dec '16 12:46:21 PM DustSnitch
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* {{Badass}}: Guy, who is a legendary monster tamer. [[spoiler: He also managed to use energy to seal the egg just so Beldo couldn't get it.]]
22nd Dec '16 10:11:11 PM ADrago
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** It's worse when you find that valuable Monster Egg or [[InfinityPlusOneSword Trained Wand]], only to get murdered before finding a Wind Crystal. Especially because there's [[LostForever a chance it will never appear again.]]

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** It's worse when you find that valuable Monster Egg or [[InfinityPlusOneSword Trained Wand]], only to get murdered before finding a Wind Crystal. Especially because there's [[LostForever [[PermanentlyMissableContetn a chance it will never appear again.]]



* LostForever:
** [[spoiler: If you don't forgive Kewne for momentarily betraying you in the end, he'll fly away sad. By doing this, you never see Kewne again, and will never find another.]]
** Because getting certain items or eggs is based off the [[RandomNumberGod RNG]], it's entirely possible that if you die in the tower holding the specific items, they will never appear again.


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* PermanentlyMissableContent:
** [[spoiler: If you don't forgive Kewne for momentarily betraying you in the end, he'll fly away sad. By doing this, you never see Kewne again, and will never find another.]]
** Because getting certain items or eggs is based off the [[RandomNumberGod RNG]], it's entirely possible that if you die in the tower holding the specific items, they will never appear again.
29th Aug '16 7:07:59 PM KamonTheSkunk
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''Azure Dreams'' is a roguelike RPG released by {{Konami}} in the late 1990s. There are two different versions: one for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation, which also added elements of town- and [[RelationshipValues relationship-]]building, and another for the GameBoy Color. The overall plot to both games is the same: you are a boy named Koh, and you live out in a desert village where a giant monster tower looms. Your father, Guy, went into the tower to find a legendary monster and hasn't been seen since, so you enter the tower to search for him, and fight/tame any monsters that get in your way.

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''Azure Dreams'' is a roguelike RPG released by {{Konami}} in 1997 in Japan on the late 1990s.{{UsefulNotes/Playstation}} and everywhere else in 1998 with the GameBoy version being released in 1999 in Japan and everywhere else in 2000. There are two different versions: one for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation, which also added elements of town- and [[RelationshipValues relationship-]]building, and another for the GameBoy Color. The overall plot to both games is the same: you are a boy named Koh, and you live out in a desert village where a giant monster tower looms. Your father, Guy, went into the tower to find a legendary monster and hasn't been seen since, so you enter the tower to search for him, and fight/tame any monsters that get in your way.
25th Jul '16 1:03:49 PM PeppermintTwist
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* StarterMon: Kewne. He knew your father and has a special link to you. And unlike you, he doesn't lose his levels when you leave the tower, so you rely on him fairly heavily.
11th Jul '16 2:25:38 AM Morgenthaler
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* RedHeadedHero: Koh.
28th May '16 9:16:06 PM nombretomado
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* DummiedOut: Several items were coded into the PS1 game, but assigned a 0% chance of dropping on any given floor, although it is still possible for them to be spit out by a Barong. Some, like the Shomuro herb, which was made to cure a status effect that was never implemented, are effectively useless. Technically there are ways for monsters to cause this sort of status effect on you, but unless you actually go out of your way to make such a situation possible, it will never be a problem.

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* DummiedOut: Several items were coded into the PS1 [=PS1=] game, but assigned a 0% chance of dropping on any given floor, although it is still possible for them to be spit out by a Barong. Some, like the Shomuro herb, which was made to cure a status effect that was never implemented, are effectively useless. Technically there are ways for monsters to cause this sort of status effect on you, but unless you actually go out of your way to make such a situation possible, it will never be a problem.



* MooksButNoBosses: In the PS1 version, you'll face 38 floors teeming with monsters on your journey up the tower, but not a single unique encounter. The sorceror Beldo waits at the top, but [[spoiler: it's [[ZeroEffortBoss impossible to actually lose to him]].]]

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* MooksButNoBosses: In the PS1 [=PS1=] version, you'll face 38 floors teeming with monsters on your journey up the tower, but not a single unique encounter. The sorceror sorcerer Beldo waits at the top, but [[spoiler: it's [[ZeroEffortBoss impossible to actually lose to him]].]]
28th May '16 9:47:49 AM nombretomado
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''Azure Dreams'' is a roguelike RPG released by {{Konami}} in the late 1990s. There are two different versions: one for the PlayStation, which also added elements of town- and [[RelationshipValues relationship-]]building, and another for the GameBoy Color. The overall plot to both games is the same: you are a boy named Koh, and you live out in a desert village where a giant monster tower looms. Your father, Guy, went into the tower to find a legendary monster and hasn't been seen since, so you enter the tower to search for him, and fight/tame any monsters that get in your way.

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''Azure Dreams'' is a roguelike RPG released by {{Konami}} in the late 1990s. There are two different versions: one for the PlayStation, UsefulNotes/PlayStation, which also added elements of town- and [[RelationshipValues relationship-]]building, and another for the GameBoy Color. The overall plot to both games is the same: you are a boy named Koh, and you live out in a desert village where a giant monster tower looms. Your father, Guy, went into the tower to find a legendary monster and hasn't been seen since, so you enter the tower to search for him, and fight/tame any monsters that get in your way.
20th May '16 9:43:33 AM Morgenthaler
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* BlondesAreEvil: Ghosh borders on this considering his condescending personality and his treatment of Mia.
19th May '16 5:24:42 PM mlsmithca
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* HeroicMime: Koh can be named as you wish and for the most part he doesn't talk. However, there were some moments where he has some talks: When doing the comedy routine, or eating Patti's food.

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* HeroicMime: Koh can be named as you wish and for the most part he doesn't talk. However, there were some are moments where he has some talks: When dialogue, such as when doing the comedy routine, or eating Patti's food.
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