History VideoGame / BlazBlueContinuumShift

15th Apr '16 12:54:04 AM morenohijazo
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* RottenEasterEgg: In Carl's joke ending, there's a shot of him, Noel, Tsubaki and Makoto in their school outfits during the night at their academy. If you look carefully at the buildings in the background, [[https://i.ytimg.com/vi/dyaYzTauB3I/maxresdefault.jpg you can see part a white figure that looks like a humanoid ghost peeking out of a window]].
29th Feb '16 9:34:09 AM DAN004
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* DoubleStandardRapeMaleOnMale: In Jin's ''Help Me, Prof. Kokonoe'' segment, this happens between him and poor Ragna. The whole thing is pretty much PlayedForLaughs.
19th Feb '16 11:11:29 AM DAN004
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* DivideAndConquer: Hazama uses the seat of "Ministerial Secretary to Major Jin Kisaragi" as this for controlling Noel and Tsubaki. Noel is planted to Jin's side to make her psyche susceptible to MindRape, while Tsubaki is planted far away from Jin's side to make her hate Noel and also make her susceptible to MindRape. It takes their mutual friend, Makoto, to try to mend things her own way for this to be resolved.
25th Jan '16 11:56:08 AM Vulcan422
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* {{Bowdlerize}}: Relius' Astral Finish, in the North American version of the game his lab is "cleaned up", the blood splatters on the wall and silhouette of the hanging corpses on the ceiling are all gone, supposedly to avoid a M rating. The European version, which was rated PEGI and USK 12, surprisingly has no such censorship.

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* {{Bowdlerize}}: Relius' Astral Finish, in the North American version of the game his lab is "cleaned up", the blood splatters on the wall and silhouette of the hanging corpses on the ceiling are all gone, supposedly to avoid a M rating. The European version, which was rated PEGI and USK 12, surprisingly has no such censorship. This change ended up reverted in [[VideoGame/BlazBlueChronoPhantasma the sequel]].
27th Oct '15 5:28:01 PM Heartlesswithaheart
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* ThePowerOfHate: [[spoiler:Hazama provokes Hakumen enough that the latter ends up using this instead of Order. Hazama notices that it makes him much stronger, but it won't work against someone whose very existence runs on others hating him.]]
28th Sep '15 2:15:50 AM DAN004
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* DeadAlternateCounterpart: in a variation, Makoto finds out in her story - where she accidentally {{Mental Time Travel}}led to the Makoto of alternate timeline - that [[spoiler:Noel wasn't supposed to exist.]]
7th Aug '15 6:39:54 AM Buddemale
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* ComboBreaker: Break Burst is used, which can only be performed twice in a single match, and its second use can only become available if you lose a round (which can be lost if an [[OneHitKill Astral Heat]] is attempted). Also, unlike ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'', gold Bursts act as a makeshift LauncherMove instead of filling the user's meter.
16th Jun '15 4:57:07 AM DAN004
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* LostInTranslation: Aside from the DubInducedPlotHole above, this gets lampshaded in Valkenhayn's ''Help Me, Professor Kokonoe'' section, where he retorts that "We're all children... children of life." Kokonoe then says that it must've been a hardly-understandable pun and that [[BreakingTheFourthWall translating Japanese script directly into English would end in weirdness.]]
15th Jun '15 6:04:53 PM DAN004
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* MoodWhiplash: After you get the bad ending, there are some comedic hijinks with Professor Kokonoe!



* MultipleReferencePun: Mu-12 isn't just continuing the Greek-alphabet theme the Murakumo units have going on. "Mu" is also a Japanese word that can mean "none," "null" or "without meaning." [[spoiler: Now, consider that Terumi wants to use Mu-12 to erase the world from existence...]]

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* MultipleReferencePun: Mu-12 isn't just continuing the Greek-alphabet theme the Murakumo units have going on. "Mu" (although pronounced differently) is also a Japanese word that can mean "none," "null" or "without meaning." [[spoiler: Now, consider that Terumi wants to use Mu-12 to erase the world from existence...]]]]
* MythologyGag: In Noel and Tsubaki's ''Help Me, Professor Kokonoe'' sections, they're started with "Noel Poem" and "Tsubaki's Whisper" respectively. Both are actually references to the ''Blue Radio'' show where those two segments are re-occurring segments of that show. By the same token, HMPK itself takes its name from one of Blue Radio's special episodes where Kokonoe makes an appearance.
13th Jun '15 10:35:12 PM DAN004
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* ShortStoryLong: In ''Help Me, Professor Kokonoe'' segments, Kokonoe often holds back from giving her advice (which your character needs to go out of her place), often speaking filler things until after well over 2 or more minutes. It's not always her fault, though; sometimes your character is just not that cooperative (like, say, Hazama or Jin) or, after she gives advice, she or your character starts talking about something else first. Even in Lambda's segment, when Kokonoe's going to end it quickly (because she's Lambda's operator and all), Tager interrupts and tells her to give Lambda a proper advice.

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* ShortStoryLong: In ''Help Me, Professor Kokonoe'' segments, Kokonoe often holds back from giving her advice (which your character needs to go out of her place), often speaking filler things until after well over 2 or more minutes. It's not always her fault, though; sometimes your character is just not that cooperative (like, say, Hazama Rachel or Jin) or, after she gives advice, she or your character starts talking about something else first. Even in Lambda's segment, when Kokonoe's going to end it quickly (because she's Lambda's operator and all), Tager interrupts and tells her to give Lambda a proper advice.
** Lampshaded in Tsubaki's segment where Kokonoe says it's over too quickly and that they have to fill the rest of the video's time with something.
** In Hazama's segment, neither he or Kokonoe particularly want to talk to each other, and she's going to end it quickly but he pointed out that he can't go out unless she gives her
advice.
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