History VideoGame / BustAGroove

25th Jul '16 7:55:17 PM santos32
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All three games also feature [=DJs=] that serve as announcers. [=DJ=] Kickn' in the first. [=DJ=] Dangerous and [=DJ=] Mix Deadly in the second. And in the third, [=DJ=] Donna Burke. Yes, [[SilentHill2 that]] [[SilentHill3 Donna]] [[MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha Burke]].

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All three games also feature [=DJs=] that serve as announcers. [=DJ=] Kickn' in the first. [=DJ=] Dangerous and [=DJ=] Mix Deadly in the second. And in the third, [=DJ=] Donna Burke. Yes, [[SilentHill2 that]] [[SilentHill3 [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolidVThePhantomPain Donna]] [[MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha Burke]].



%%* AmusementPark: Both of Shorty's stages.

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%%* * AmusementPark: Both of Shorty's stages.stages: an entranceway in '''1'' and a water ride in ''2''.



%%* ArtAttacker: Frida.



%%* BigApplesauce[=/=]FultonStreetFolly: Kelly's stage in Bust a Groove 2.
%%* BigBoosHaunt: Bi-O's stage.
%%* BigFancyCastle: Tsutomu's stage, complete with [[spoiler: big fancy dragon.]]

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%%* * BigApplesauce[=/=]FultonStreetFolly: Kelly's stage in Bust a Groove 2.
%%* * BigBoosHaunt: Bi-O's stage.
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stage, appropriate for the zombie who dances like Music/MichaelJackson.
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BigFancyCastle: Tsutomu's stage, complete with [[spoiler: big fancy dragon.]]



%%* CatGirl: Kitty-N.



%%* CosplayOtakuGirl: Kelly and Kitty-N.

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%%* * CosplayOtakuGirl: Kelly and Kitty-N.Kitty-N. Cosplaying is a big deal for the former's story, as she dresses differently to cater to the tastes of whichever man she's attracted to: babies in the first game and policewomen in the second.



* FollowTheLeader: Hilariously (or pathetically) enough, Konami tried to cash in with their own Bust a Groove-like dance game called [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBfKBSpYR0I Dance! Dance! Dance!]]. It copied almost everything it could from Bust a Groove. From the announcer saying "Freeze!" to even the ''key sound'' for the cursor and buttons. There's also a Hiro-kun expy and a Kelly expy (George and Jennifer). Judging from the lackluster soundtrack and the fact that it's even ''more'' obscure than {{SNK}}'s Cool Cool Toon and {{Tecmo}}'s Unison...it didn't quite work.

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* FollowTheLeader: [[VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution Hilariously (or pathetically) enough, enough]], Konami tried to cash in with their own Bust a Groove-like dance game called [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBfKBSpYR0I Dance! Dance! Dance!]]. It copied almost everything it could from Bust a Groove. From the announcer saying "Freeze!" to even the ''key sound'' for the cursor and buttons. There's also a Hiro-kun expy and a Kelly expy (George and Jennifer). Judging from the lackluster soundtrack and the fact that it's even ''more'' obscure than {{SNK}}'s Cool Cool Toon and {{Tecmo}}'s Unison...it didn't quite work.



%%* GangBangers: Strike from the first two games. Jumbo Max in the third. His jammer involves taking out his guns and shooting the opponent straight up.

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%%* * GangBangers: Strike from the first two games. Jumbo Max in the third. His jammer involves taking out his guns and shooting the opponent straight up.
21st Jul '16 11:00:47 PM santos32
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* ComboBreaker: Inverted. You can inflict this on opponents to mess up their combo. For example, Hiro throws a picture of himself, Frida paints a wolf, Strike fires a machine gun, Heat launches a fireball and Shorty tosses a large cake.


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* MeaningfulName: Capoeira, a duo of aliens who dance using Capoeira. Yes, the fighting style.
11th Jul '16 2:57:53 AM Morgenthaler
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%%* [[RedHeadedHero Red-Headed Heroes]]: 3D, Honda, and Planet. Heat seems to be more of an [[AntiHero anti-hero]].
2nd Jun '16 9:03:54 PM nombretomado
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* AnimationBump: The motion capture moves were always impressive, but whether fans love it or hate it, they all seem to agree that Dance Summit 2001 has some of the best motion capture graphics the series has ever seen. Of course, it helps that it's on the PS2.

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* AnimationBump: The motion capture moves were always impressive, but whether fans love it or hate it, they all seem to agree that Dance Summit 2001 has some of the best motion capture graphics the series has ever seen. Of course, it helps that it's on the PS2.[=PS2=].



* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Frida, Comet, and Banbi. Kitty-N has green hair.

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* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Frida, Comet, and Banbi. Kitty-N has green hair.
4th Feb '16 5:13:50 AM GrammarNavi
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Bust a Groove ([[DubNameChange known as Bust a Move in Japan]]) is a series of rhythm games released by Enix (now Creator/SquareEnix). The first two games were released for the PlayStation and the third on the PlayStation2. The games feature character designs by Hideyuki Tanaka, director and character designer for the anime ''Anime/SuperMilkChan''.

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Bust a Groove ([[DubNameChange known as Bust a Move in Japan]]) is a series of rhythm games released by Enix (now Creator/SquareEnix). The first two games were released for the PlayStation UsefulNotes/PlayStation and the third on the PlayStation2.UsefulNotes/PlayStation2. The games feature character designs by Hideyuki Tanaka, director and character designer for the anime ''Anime/SuperMilkChan''.
14th Jan '16 3:44:43 PM nombretomado
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Bust a Groove ([[DubNameChange known as Bust a Move in Japan]]) is a series of rhythm games released by Enix (now SquareEnix). The first two games were released for the PlayStation and the third on the PlayStation2. The games feature character designs by Hideyuki Tanaka, director and character designer for the anime ''Anime/SuperMilkChan''.

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Bust a Groove ([[DubNameChange known as Bust a Move in Japan]]) is a series of rhythm games released by Enix (now SquareEnix).Creator/SquareEnix). The first two games were released for the PlayStation and the third on the PlayStation2. The games feature character designs by Hideyuki Tanaka, director and character designer for the anime ''Anime/SuperMilkChan''.
27th Jun '15 4:02:14 PM StFan
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Bust a Groove ([[DubNameChange known as Bust a Move in Japan]]) is a series of rhythm games released by Enix (now SquareEnix). The first two games were released for the PlayStation and the third on the PlayStation2. The games feature character designs by Hideyuki Tanaka, director and character designer for the anime SuperMilkChan.

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Bust a Groove ([[DubNameChange known as Bust a Move in Japan]]) is a series of rhythm games released by Enix (now SquareEnix). The first two games were released for the PlayStation and the third on the PlayStation2. The games feature character designs by Hideyuki Tanaka, director and character designer for the anime SuperMilkChan.
''Anime/SuperMilkChan''.
14th Oct '14 7:03:44 PM SayaAensland
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* Acrofatic: Hamm, who's moveset involves a lot of spinning and twisting you wouldn't expect a guy his size to pull off!

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* Acrofatic: {{Acrofatic}}: Hamm, who's moveset involves a lot of spinning and twisting you wouldn't expect a guy his size to pull off!
27th Apr '14 10:59:11 PM Ninetails2000
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* Acrofatic: Hamm, who's moveset involves a lot of spinning and twisting you wouldn't expect a guy his size to pull off!


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* DegradedBoss: Capoeira go from being an unlockable sub-boss in the first game to part of the starting roster in the second.


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* NoSell: In the first two games, attacks that land on a beat where the opponent is still in cooldown from a combo finisher will have no effect. They can, however, [[ComboBreaker knock the opponent down on the turn they would have ended their combo if they don't dodge.]]
22nd Jan '14 10:54:36 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* BigBadassWolf: Frida attacks by painting one and launching it at foes.(Or at least, the head of one.) [[IncrediblyLamePun It literally becomes this]] when launched against [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever Robo-Z.]]


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* CanisMajor: Frida attacks by painting one and launching it at foes.(Or at least, the head of one.) [[IncrediblyLamePun It literally becomes this]] when launched against [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever Robo-Z.]]
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