History VideoGame / Contact

23rd Feb '16 4:51:33 AM MacronNotes
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* ShoutOut: Occasionally, the Professor will quote popular [[MemeticMutation Internet memes]] (ForMassiveDamage, AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs, etc.). The game manual is even formatted to look like the Professor's LiveJournal (or rather, ''[[BrandX VirtuaDiary]]''). [[NoExportForYou But not in Europe.]]

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* ShoutOut: Occasionally, the Professor will quote popular [[MemeticMutation Internet memes]] (ForMassiveDamage, AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs, memes]] (AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs, etc.). The game manual is even formatted to look like the Professor's LiveJournal (or rather, ''[[BrandX VirtuaDiary]]''). [[NoExportForYou But not in Europe.]]
28th Dec '15 10:15:02 AM rjung
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Absolutely no relation to the [[{{Film/Contact}} 1997 movie of the same name]] starring Creator/JodieFoster or the Creator/CarlSagan [[{{Literature/Contact}} novel]] it was based on.

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Absolutely no relation to the [[{{Film/Contact}} 1997 movie of the same name]] starring Creator/JodieFoster or the Creator/CarlSagan [[{{Literature/Contact}} novel]] it was based on.
on, nor the [[Pinball/{{Contact}} electro-mechanical pinball of the same name]].
6th Dec '15 7:32:01 PM billybobfred
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* RomanceSidequest: Terry can woo four girls in the game, culminating in them living in the ship with him. Oddly, already having one girl does not mean another girl can not come. You can even have all four living with you at once, with no repercussions.

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* RomanceSidequest: Terry can woo four girls in the game, culminating in them living in the ship with him. Oddly, already having one girl does not mean another girl can not come. You can even have all four living with you at once, with no repercussions.real repercussions -- they'll act a bit put out if you talk to them while another girl is following you, but that's it.
24th Nov '15 2:10:19 AM crashkey
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From the mind of Goichi Suda ("{{Suda 51}}"), the guy who developed the {{Mind Screw}}y ''VideoGame/{{Killer7}}'', and published by {{Atlus}} comes a Nintendo DS RPG entitled ''Contact''.

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From the mind of Goichi Suda ("{{Suda 51}}"), the guy who Akira Ueda, developed the {{Mind Screw}}y ''VideoGame/{{Killer7}}'', by {{Creator/Suda51}}'s Grasshopper Manufacture and published by {{Atlus}} comes a Nintendo DS RPG entitled ''Contact''.



* LighterAndSofter: While it still bears the {{Mind Screw}}y hallmarks of {{Suda51}}'s handiwork, it's a downright SugarBowl compared to his other works.
** This could be because he had a lot less to do with the development of this game than the others. He says the only thing he worked on in the game was Mochi.

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* LighterAndSofter: While it still bears the {{Mind Screw}}y hallmarks of {{Suda51}}'s handiwork, it's a downright SugarBowl compared Compared to his other works.
** This could be because he had a lot less to do with the development of this game than the others. He says the only thing he worked on in the game was Mochi.
Grasshopper Manufacture titles.



* ManBehindTheMan: Akira Ueda, who previously worked on the Shining Soul series. Most assume Suda51 was the one running the show, but he was just a producer who, as mentioned above, [[http://www.gamasutra.com/features/20060601/sheffield_01.shtml had little involvement]]; it was Ueda's game.

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* ManBehindTheMan: In a meta sense, Akira Ueda, who previously worked on the Shining Soul series. Most assume Suda51 was the one running the show, but he was just a producer who, as mentioned above, [[http://www.gamasutra.com/features/20060601/sheffield_01.shtml had little involvement]]; it was Ueda's game.
21st Jun '15 3:56:47 PM nombretomado
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From the mind of Goichi Suda ("{{Suda 51}}"), the guy who developed the {{Mind Screw}}y ''{{Killer7}}'', and published by {{Atlus}} comes a Nintendo DS RPG entitled ''Contact''.

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From the mind of Goichi Suda ("{{Suda 51}}"), the guy who developed the {{Mind Screw}}y ''{{Killer7}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Killer7}}'', and published by {{Atlus}} comes a Nintendo DS RPG entitled ''Contact''.
18th May '15 6:36:44 AM Willbyr
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Absolutely no relation to the [[{{Film/Contact}} 1997 movie of the same name]] starring Jodie Foster or the Creator/CarlSagan [[{{Literature/Contact}} novel]] it was based on.

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Absolutely no relation to the [[{{Film/Contact}} 1997 movie of the same name]] starring Jodie Foster Creator/JodieFoster or the Creator/CarlSagan [[{{Literature/Contact}} novel]] it was based on.
18th May '15 6:36:34 AM Willbyr
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Absolutely no relation to the [[{{Film/Contact}} 1997 movie of the same name]] starring Jodie Foster or the CarlSagan [[{{Literature/Contact}} novel]] it was based on.

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Absolutely no relation to the [[{{Film/Contact}} 1997 movie of the same name]] starring Jodie Foster or the CarlSagan Creator/CarlSagan [[{{Literature/Contact}} novel]] it was based on.
9th May '15 7:53:08 AM airship5094
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* PostFinalBoss: [[spoiler: In a unique spin on this trope, it's Terry himself.]]
2nd Jul '14 8:38:58 PM Elkian
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** Also applies to some of the LevelGrinding and the romantic sideplots, such as they are - leaving the girl's location before handing over a sufficient number of gifts and securing her affection restarts the whole thing.
18th Apr '14 3:26:21 PM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* ThePowerOfRock: [[spoiler: Nadia uses her keyboard to create storms]], thereby impeding your progress to [[spoiler: Akumojo Castle]]. To get around this, you have to [[spoiler: switch out the storm-making music for the upbeat [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Blue Sky March]]]].
* PowerTrio: The Professor, Terry and the player.



* PowerTrio: The Professor, Terry and the player.



* ShiftingSandLand: Aegis

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* ShiftingSandLand: AegisAegis.
* TheStinger: For some strange reason, it only appears some of the time, and nobody knows why some players can see it and not others.



* ThePowerOfRock: [[spoiler: Nadia uses her keyboard to create storms]], thereby impeding your progress to [[spoiler: Akumojo Castle]]. To get around this, you have to [[spoiler: switch out the storm-making music for the upbeat [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Blue Sky March]]]].
* TheStinger: For some strange reason, it only appears some of the time, and nobody knows why some players can see it and not others.
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