History VideoGame / BangaiO

7th Dec '17 1:42:27 PM barberbarberjoe
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* DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist: Although you inevitably must restart a stage when you lose, there are unlimited chances to do so.

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* DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist: Although you inevitably must restart a stage when you lose, there are unlimited chances to do so.so (despite the presence of a continue screen with a timer).
7th Dec '17 1:40:32 PM barberbarberjoe
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* DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist: Although you inevitably must restart a stage when you lose, there are unlimited chances to do so.
14th Nov '17 12:58:31 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* SuspiciousVideoGameGenerousity: The tutorial concludes with an explanation of how to turn on the cheat menu. This isn't a blessing; it's a warning that the rest of the game is going to be NintendoHard.

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* SuspiciousVideoGameGenerousity: SuspiciousVideoGameGenerosity: The tutorial concludes with an explanation of how to turn on the cheat menu. This isn't a blessing; it's a warning that the rest of the game is going to be NintendoHard.
14th Nov '17 12:58:23 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* SuspiciousVideoGameGeneroity: The tutorial concludes with an explanation of how to turn on the cheat menu. This isn't a blessing; it's a warning that the rest of the game is going to be NintendoHard.

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* SuspiciousVideoGameGeneroity: SuspiciousVideoGameGenerousity: The tutorial concludes with an explanation of how to turn on the cheat menu. This isn't a blessing; it's a warning that the rest of the game is going to be NintendoHard.
14th Nov '17 12:58:14 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* SuspiciousVideoGameGeneroity: The tutorial concludes with an explanation of how to turn on the cheat menu. This isn't a blessing; it's a warning that the rest of the game is going to be NintendoHard.
28th Sep '17 12:16:47 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* HitboxDissonance: The {{Bat|terUp}} weapon in ''Spirits'' has a hitbox that is longer than the reach of the bat by a few pixels.

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* HitboxDissonance: The {{Bat|terUp}} weapon in ''Spirits'' has a hitbox that is longer than the visual reach of the bat by a few pixels.
11th Sep '17 1:29:05 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* EstablishingSeriesMoment: ''Spirits'' indirectly warns you that the game is going to be NintendoHard by ''outright telling you how to activate the cheat menu'' at the end of the tutorial.
11th Jun '17 2:20:36 PM nombretomado
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An action/{{Shoot Em Up}}/{{Bullet Hell}} (sometimes) game series made by Creator/{{Treasure}}, consisting of 3 games: ''Bangai-O'' on the [[UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 N64]] ([[NoExportForYou only in Japan]]) and the UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast, ''Bangai-O: Spirits'' on the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoDS DS]], and ''Bangai-O: Missile Fury'' on XboxLiveArcade. The N64 version had a limited run of about 10,000 copies, which makes it incredibly rare (and correspondingly [[CrackIsCheaper incredibly expensive]]). The Dreamcast version was later released worldwide and is much more common.

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An action/{{Shoot Em Up}}/{{Bullet Hell}} (sometimes) game series made by Creator/{{Treasure}}, consisting of 3 games: ''Bangai-O'' on the [[UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 N64]] ([[NoExportForYou only in Japan]]) and the UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast, ''Bangai-O: Spirits'' on the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoDS DS]], and ''Bangai-O: Missile Fury'' on XboxLiveArcade.UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade. The N64 version had a limited run of about 10,000 copies, which makes it incredibly rare (and correspondingly [[CrackIsCheaper incredibly expensive]]). The Dreamcast version was later released worldwide and is much more common.



An Xbox360 version by the name of ''Bangai-O: Missile Fury'' was released via the Xbox Live Arcade on May 4. It, so far, does not have the slowdown that the Dreamcast experienced despite having around 5000 moving things on-screen. It also has a level editor (like ''Spirits'') and multiplayer (the latter being the reason why it wasn't released at the previously announced date of November 2010 - After [[Webcomic/PennyArcade PAX 2010]], they took one of the comments of a player wondering about the possibility of multiplayer and added it in.)

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An Xbox360 UsefulNotes/Xbox360 version by the name of ''Bangai-O: Missile Fury'' was released via the Xbox Live Arcade on May 4. It, so far, does not have the slowdown that the Dreamcast experienced despite having around 5000 moving things on-screen. It also has a level editor (like ''Spirits'') and multiplayer (the latter being the reason why it wasn't released at the previously announced date of November 2010 - After [[Webcomic/PennyArcade PAX 2010]], they took one of the comments of a player wondering about the possibility of multiplayer and added it in.)
21st Mar '17 6:54:56 PM nombretomado
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An action/{{Shoot Em Up}}/{{Bullet Hell}} (sometimes) game series made by Creator/{{Treasure}}, consisting of 3 games: ''Bangai-O'' on the [[{{Nintendo 64}} N64]] ([[NoExportForYou only in Japan]]) and the UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast, ''Bangai-O: Spirits'' on the [[NintendoDS DS]], and ''Bangai-O: Missile Fury'' on XboxLiveArcade. The N64 version had a limited run of about 10,000 copies, which makes it incredibly rare (and correspondingly [[CrackIsCheaper incredibly expensive]]). The Dreamcast version was later released worldwide and is much more common.

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An action/{{Shoot Em Up}}/{{Bullet Hell}} (sometimes) game series made by Creator/{{Treasure}}, consisting of 3 games: ''Bangai-O'' on the [[{{Nintendo 64}} [[UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 N64]] ([[NoExportForYou only in Japan]]) and the UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast, ''Bangai-O: Spirits'' on the [[NintendoDS [[UsefulNotes/NintendoDS DS]], and ''Bangai-O: Missile Fury'' on XboxLiveArcade. The N64 version had a limited run of about 10,000 copies, which makes it incredibly rare (and correspondingly [[CrackIsCheaper incredibly expensive]]). The Dreamcast version was later released worldwide and is much more common.



* ExcusePlot: ''Bangai-O Spirits'' [[AvertedTrope doesn't even offer a plot to players]], leading them to wonder why they're blowing up random robots and collecting fruit. The {{Nintendo 64}} and UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast releases weren't much better off, playing it straight.

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* ExcusePlot: ''Bangai-O Spirits'' [[AvertedTrope doesn't even offer a plot to players]], leading them to wonder why they're blowing up random robots and collecting fruit. The {{Nintendo UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}} and UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast releases weren't much better off, playing it straight.
6th Oct '16 9:51:37 PM TargetOnMyBack
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* AntiFrustrationFeatures: In ''Missle Fury's'' Fury mode, stages are unlocked one at a time. Failing a stage 3 times will unlock the next one automatically.

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* AntiFrustrationFeatures: In ''Missle ''Missile Fury's'' Fury mode, stages are unlocked one at a time. Failing a stage 3 times will unlock the next one automatically.
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