History VideoGame / BattleClash

6th Dec '15 7:19:43 PM MacBeth7713
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* CharClone: Carlos is a dead ringer, with blond hair, an AceCustom ST similar to the player's but "better" (Mike specifically notes that the Falcon and Baron are similar but for the Baron's shield), a CoolMask (albeit only in ''Battle Clash''), and more detailed motivation than most ST pilots (namely, his grudge against Mike and the PlayerCharacter for his defeat in ''Battle Clash'').
23rd Nov '15 7:23:31 PM WillyFourEyes
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* TheDragon: Carlos to Anubis in the first game, and Anubis [[spoiler:(second form) to Giga-Desp]] in the second.
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* TheDragon: Carlos to Anubis in the first game, and Anubis [[spoiler:(second form) to Giga-Desp]] Typhon]] in the second.

* FakeWeakness: Go ahead, shoot the ST Arachnus' abdomen.
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* FakeWeakness: Go ahead, shoot the In ''Metal Combat'', shooting ST Arachnus' abdomen.exposed abdomen will destroy it and take off a significant chunk of its health, but it will also cause Arachnus to go berserk and bombard you with a nigh-unstoppable barrage of bullets.
12th Sep '15 6:59:09 PM nombretomado
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''Battle Clash'', known in Japan as ''Space Bazooka'', is a [[HumongousMecha Mecha-themed]] LightGunGame released for the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem in 1992 which supported the Super Scope, a LightGun peripheral for the SNES. It was developed by Intelligent Systems of ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' and ''[[NintendoWars Advance Wars]]'' fame. The player assumes the role of the gunner of a mecha ([[AMechByAnyOtherName "Standing Tank", the game's preferred terminology]]) known as the "Falcon", as he helps the pilot, Michael Anderson, defeat the other Standing Tanks around the world in a tournament called the "Battle Game". Eventually, the player and Mike's journey take to the Moon, where they face the tournament's champion, the alien Anubis, [[YouKilledMyFather the murderer of Mike's father]].
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''Battle Clash'', known in Japan as ''Space Bazooka'', is a [[HumongousMecha Mecha-themed]] LightGunGame released for the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem in 1992 which supported the Super Scope, a LightGun peripheral for the SNES. It was developed by Intelligent Systems of ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' and ''[[NintendoWars ''[[VideoGame/NintendoWars Advance Wars]]'' fame. The player assumes the role of the gunner of a mecha ([[AMechByAnyOtherName "Standing Tank", the game's preferred terminology]]) known as the "Falcon", as he helps the pilot, Michael Anderson, defeat the other Standing Tanks around the world in a tournament called the "Battle Game". Eventually, the player and Mike's journey take to the Moon, where they face the tournament's champion, the alien Anubis, [[YouKilledMyFather the murderer of Mike's father]].
17th Aug '15 10:21:59 PM BobRiddle
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* BigBad: Anubis.
29th May '15 6:30:13 PM nombretomado
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** The name and effects of the V-System are similliar to V-MAX in BlueCometSPTLayzner.
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** The name and effects of the V-System are similliar to V-MAX in BlueCometSPTLayzner.''Anime/BlueCometSPTLayzner''.
9th Jan '15 4:07:33 PM Ajiryn
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* GameplayAndStorySegregation: Despite enemy STs ''clearly'' exploding piece by piece (including the torso and 'core' of the ST), all your opponents seem to somehow survive, as the ensuing conversations display them sitting in their cockpits... though, with comically damaged portraits instead, featuring bandages, bumps, and bruises.
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* GameplayAndStorySegregation: Despite having the enemy STs ''clearly'' ST clearly exploding piece by piece (including the torso and 'core' of the ST), all your opponents seem to somehow survive, as the ensuing conversations display them sitting in their cockpits... though, with comically damaged portraits instead, featuring bandages, bumps, and bruises.

%% * MightyGlacier: Antonov and the ST Ivan.
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%% * MightyGlacier: Antonov and the ST Ivan.
9th Jan '15 4:04:18 PM Ajiryn
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* GameplayAndStorySegregation: Despite enemy STs ''clearly'' exploding piece by piece (including the torso and 'core' of the ST), all your opponents seem to somehow survive, as the ensuing conversations display them sitting in their cockpits... though, with comically damaged portraits instead, featuring bandages, bumps, and bruises.

* TechnicolorDeath: ''Battle Clash'' has a series of strangely muffled explosions engulf every remaining limb and piece of an enemy ST upon defeat, leaving nothing behind. ''Metal Combat'' rewards every K.O. with an utterly satisfying series of explosions (and a much more appropriate sound effect) that causes pieces of the enemy ST to drop off from damage, leaving the remaining torso/core to bounce and stumble along the ground if it was moving when defeated, followed by a final, larger explosion! ...Except sometimes you only see a portion of the flashier blast, because the game uses a First Person view and the enemy ST's torso just exploded from stumbling as you were still moving along. ** Pretty much every enemy ST explodes this way, even in stages with midair/underwater combat. The Final boss ramps up the pretty, pretty explosions by including ''several'' of them in succession with bright flashes.

* VictoryFakeout: ''Metal Combat'' had a rather dastardly one after the player fights [[spoiler: Virvius, the true individual that ''Battle Clash'' has its antagonist copied from]]. This Anubis fight included everything the first game did in having a support character swoop by to restore your Energy gauge before the second battle against Virvius, now in OneWingedAngel form. After defeating Virvius-2, the player is even treated to the villain's last words, and a short celebration from the aforementioned support character, [[spoiler: moments before she's whisked away by TheManBehindTheMan.]] ** It was more unexpected to players that beat the previous game, as defeating Thanatos in that one only led straight to the Ranking and Credits- no conversation or even a last word from the villain. In comparison, the scene after Virvius's defeat seems like a step up... [[spoiler: right until tentacles subtly pop up on the bottom of the screen and Rola screams.]]

* WellIntentionedExtremist: Anubis, to some degree. In his final moments, he states that he utterly failed his goal, and his death will not be in peace. [[spoiler: Specifically, it turns out that the Eltorians lost their home planet through their own fault, and are wandering around. Thanatos found Earth during that search for a new world, and Anubis was following up on that.]]
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* WellIntentionedExtremist: Anubis, to some degree. In his final moments, he states that he utterly failed his goal, and his death will not be in peace. [[spoiler: Specifically, it turns out that the Eltorians lost their home planet through their own fault, and are wandering around. Thanatos Anubis found Earth during that search for a new world, and Anubis he was following up on that.]]
30th Dec '14 4:32:40 PM Ajiryn
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Added 'You Killed My Father'
30th Dec '14 4:32:39 PM Ajiryn
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Added 'You Killed My Father'
--> '''Alfred (ST Schneider)''': My calculations say the chances of you winning are...0%.
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--> '''Alfred (ST Schneider)''': My calculations say the chances of you winning are...0%.0%. * YouKilledMyFather: Thanatos murdered Mike's father, combined with a little ButForMeItWasTuesday.
30th Dec '14 4:29:15 PM Ajiryn
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Edited: 'Deadly Upgrade'
** The Neutron Beam is this as well, as it deals massive amounts of damage if it hits, but using it also puts your ST in critical.
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** The Neutron Beam is this as well, as it deals massive amounts of damage if it hits, but using it also puts your ST in critical. Interestingly, rival ST Viscount ''also'' gets a form of the Neutron Beam... complete with heavy damage and putting his ST in critical!
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