History VideoGame / BahamutLagoon

14th Jan '16 7:25:29 PM nombretomado
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Compare ''VideoGame/TreasureOfTheRudra'' and ''VideoGame/LiveALive'', two similar Japan-only games released by SquareSoft near the end of their SNES era.

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Compare ''VideoGame/TreasureOfTheRudra'' and ''VideoGame/LiveALive'', two similar Japan-only games released by SquareSoft Creator/SquareSoftSquareSoft near the end of their SNES era.
14th Jan '16 3:42:53 PM nombretomado
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An early StrategyRPG made by Squaresoft (now SquareEnix) [[NoExportForYou released only in Japan]]. It includes much of the ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' feel and characteristics, including spell names and the names of the dragons: Bahamut, Alexander, Leviathan, and Valefor, to name a few. The battle system is an early example of a Tactics-style game, and is well-loved for being practical yet NintendoHard.

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An early StrategyRPG made by Squaresoft (now SquareEnix) Creator/SquareEnix) [[NoExportForYou released only in Japan]]. It includes much of the ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' feel and characteristics, including spell names and the names of the dragons: Bahamut, Alexander, Leviathan, and Valefor, to name a few. The battle system is an early example of a Tactics-style game, and is well-loved for being practical yet NintendoHard.
5th Jul '15 9:52:19 AM Prfnoff
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Compare ''RudraNoHihou'' and ''LiveALive'', two similar Japan-only games released by SquareSoft near the end of their SNES era.

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Compare ''RudraNoHihou'' ''VideoGame/TreasureOfTheRudra'' and ''LiveALive'', ''VideoGame/LiveALive'', two similar Japan-only games released by SquareSoft near the end of their SNES era.
15th Feb '15 5:53:51 AM craigj
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* ParentalBonus: The game is infamous for being littered with [[VulgarHumor dirty jokes]] and their varying degrees of brazenness. Namely [[spoiler:the 12-pack of condoms in a drawer with one missing, jock itch, the princess's pubes, old man Sendak's constant passes at Byuu with some lines that had to be [[DummiedOut cut]], Frederica's drug habit, moaning coming from Yoyo's room that isn't due to the Holy Dragons, etc. etc.]]

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* ParentalBonus: The game is infamous for being littered with [[VulgarHumor dirty jokes]] and their varying degrees of brazenness. Namely [[spoiler:the 12-pack of condoms in a drawer with one missing, jock itch, possibly the princess's pubes, pubes or underwear, old man Sendak's constant passes at Byuu with some lines that had to be [[DummiedOut cut]], Frederica's drug habit, moaning coming from Yoyo's room that isn't due to the Holy Dragons, etc. etc.]]
15th Feb '15 5:35:52 AM craigj
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* ParentalBonus: The game is infamous for being littered with [[VulgarHumor dirty jokes]] and their varying degrees of brazenness. Namely [[spoiler:the 12-pack of condoms in a drawer with one missing, jock itch, the princess's pubes, old man Sendak's constant passes at Byuu with some lines that had to be [[DummiedOut cut]], Frederica's drug habit, moaning coming from Yoyo's room that isn't due to the Holy Dragons, etc. etc.]]
29th Jan '15 1:26:36 PM jongyon7192p
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* KleptomaniacHeroFoundUnderwear: Byuu finds quite a number of "drawer things" - things from a drawer in the wink and nudge sense. You can also find "Princess' ???", usually in the suspicious location of Yoyo's bed. However, you can also find "Gunso's ???" by talking to him at pretty much any time...

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* KleptomaniacHeroFoundUnderwear: Byuu finds quite a number of "drawer things" - things from a drawer in the wink and nudge sense. You can also find "Princess' ???", usually in the suspicious location of Yoyo's bed. [[spoiler: In Japan, a certain female body hair is considered a good luck charm.]] However, you can also find "Gunso's ???" by talking to him at pretty much any time...
14th Jul '14 4:30:29 PM hbi2k
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* MightyGlacier: Royal Guard Matelite and the Heavy Armor Warriors Taicho, Gunso and Barclay.

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%% * MightyGlacier: Royal Guard Matelite and the Heavy Armor Warriors Taicho, Gunso and Barclay.
14th Jul '14 4:22:03 PM hbi2k
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* FragileSpeedster: The Light Armor Warriors Lukia, Jeanne and Mist.

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%% * FragileSpeedster: The Light Armor Warriors Lukia, Jeanne and Mist.
16th May '14 7:58:20 PM Angeldeb82
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An early StrategyRPG made by Squaresoft (now [[SquareEnix Square-Enix]]) [[NoExportForYou released only in Japan]]. It includes much of the ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' feel and characteristics, including spell names and the names of the dragons: Bahamut, Alexander, Leviathan, and Valefor, to name a few. The battle system is an early example of a Tactics-style game, and is well-loved for being practical yet NintendoHard.

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An early StrategyRPG made by Squaresoft (now [[SquareEnix Square-Enix]]) SquareEnix) [[NoExportForYou released only in Japan]]. It includes much of the ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' feel and characteristics, including spell names and the names of the dragons: Bahamut, Alexander, Leviathan, and Valefor, to name a few. The battle system is an early example of a Tactics-style game, and is well-loved for being practical yet NintendoHard.



''BahamutLagoon'' is notable for having very pretty graphics, being one of the last Squaresoft games to be released for the Super Nintendo. It's ''also'' notable for having quite explicit sexual content (though primarily in dialogue) and an openly gay old wizard as one of its main characters.

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''BahamutLagoon'' ''Bahamut Lagoon'' is notable for having very pretty graphics, being one of the last Squaresoft games to be released for the Super Nintendo. It's ''also'' notable for having quite explicit sexual content (though primarily in dialogue) and an openly gay old wizard as one of its main characters.



* ChildhoodFriendRomance: [[spoiler:Byuu, of the Unlucky kind. Yoyo ends up choosing Palpaleos over him.]]
** [[spoiler:Matelite]], in a way, is the Unlucky one as well.
*** Then again, [[spoiler: Palpaleos end up dead and Byuu wandering the sky on Bahamut's back, so Matelite]] still has his chances, thanks to the competition being gone (who said that [[UndyingLoyalty thick headed loyalty]] did not pay?)



* DidNotGetTheGirl: See UnluckyChildhoodFriend below.
* DistressedDamsel: Yoyo. A good part of the game is spent attempting to rescue her from the Empire. [[spoiler: Associated tropes are subverted, though, in that she falls for her kidnapper and is actually the one of most powerful characters in the game, in terms of both story and gameplay.]]

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* DidNotGetTheGirl: See UnluckyChildhoodFriend below.
* DistressedDamsel:
DamselInDistress: Yoyo. A good part of the game is spent attempting to rescue her from the Empire. [[spoiler: Associated tropes are subverted, though, in that she falls for her kidnapper and is actually the one of most powerful characters in the game, in terms of both story and gameplay.]]]]
* DidNotGetTheGirl: See ChildhoodFriendRomance above.



* UnluckyChildhoodFriend: [[spoiler:Byuu. Yoyo ends up choosing Palpaleos over him.]]
** [[spoiler:Matelite]], in a way, is one as well.
*** Then again, [[spoiler: Palpaleos end up dead and Byuu wandering the sky on Bahamut's back, so Matelite]] still has his chances, thanks to the competition being gone (who said that [[UndyingLoyalty thick headed loyalty]] did not pay?)
10th Apr '14 7:00:26 AM Oconway
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Main/LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: a total of 32 playable Characters.

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Main/LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: *Main/LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: a total of 32 playable Characters.
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