History VideoGame / Culdcept

3rd Jun '16 9:44:07 AM nombretomado
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The original game, ''Culdcept'', was developed for the UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn and later released on the UsefulNotes/PlayStation. [[NoExportForYou The original never left Japan]] ''Culdcept Second'' was released for the UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast and later the PS2, the PS2 version released in other countries as just ''Culdcept''. The latest entry in the series was ''Culdcept Saga'', strangely released only for the UsefulNotes/XBox360 in 2008. Finally, there is a ''Culdcept DS'' [[NoExportForYou but...]]

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The original game, ''Culdcept'', was developed for the UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn and later released on the UsefulNotes/PlayStation. [[NoExportForYou The original never left Japan]] ''Culdcept Second'' was released for the UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast and later the PS2, [=PS2=], the PS2 [=PS2=] version released in other countries as just ''Culdcept''. The latest entry in the series was ''Culdcept Saga'', strangely released only for the UsefulNotes/XBox360 in 2008. Finally, there is a ''Culdcept DS'' [[NoExportForYou but...]]



* BlindIdiotTranslation: In the English PS2 version. Many cards have inaccurate or just plain indecipherable descriptions.

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* BlindIdiotTranslation: In the English PS2 [=PS2=] version. Many cards have inaccurate or just plain indecipherable descriptions.
28th May '16 10:47:07 AM nombretomado
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The original game, ''Culdcept'', was developed for the UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn and later released on the {{Playstation}}. [[NoExportForYou The original never left Japan]] ''Culdcept Second'' was released for the UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast and later the PS2, the PS2 version released in other countries as just ''Culdcept''. The latest entry in the series was ''Culdcept Saga'', strangely released only for the Xbox360 in 2008. Finally, there is a ''Culdcept DS'' [[NoExportForYou but...]]

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The original game, ''Culdcept'', was developed for the UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn and later released on the {{Playstation}}.UsefulNotes/PlayStation. [[NoExportForYou The original never left Japan]] ''Culdcept Second'' was released for the UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast and later the PS2, the PS2 version released in other countries as just ''Culdcept''. The latest entry in the series was ''Culdcept Saga'', strangely released only for the Xbox360 UsefulNotes/XBox360 in 2008. Finally, there is a ''Culdcept DS'' [[NoExportForYou but...]]
28th Nov '15 8:43:23 PM nombretomado
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The original game, ''Culdcept'', was developed for the SegaSaturn and later released on the {{Playstation}}. [[NoExportForYou The original never left Japan]] ''Culdcept Second'' was released for the {{Dreamcast}} and later the PS2, the PS2 version released in other countries as just ''Culdcept''. The latest entry in the series was ''Culdcept Saga'', strangely released only for the Xbox360 in 2008. Finally, there is a ''Culdcept DS'' [[NoExportForYou but...]]

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The original game, ''Culdcept'', was developed for the SegaSaturn UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn and later released on the {{Playstation}}. [[NoExportForYou The original never left Japan]] ''Culdcept Second'' was released for the {{Dreamcast}} UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast and later the PS2, the PS2 version released in other countries as just ''Culdcept''. The latest entry in the series was ''Culdcept Saga'', strangely released only for the Xbox360 in 2008. Finally, there is a ''Culdcept DS'' [[NoExportForYou but...]]
12th Sep '15 2:48:10 PM Vilui
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* ArtificialStupidity: A lot of cards have huge strategic value that requires some planning to use effectively, the computer opponent decks are often stuffed with these cards, which they immediately discard because their AI doesn't know what to do with them. Generally improved on in Culdcept Saga.

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* ArtificialStupidity: A lot of cards have huge strategic value that requires some planning to use effectively, the effectively. The computer opponent decks are often stuffed with these cards, which they immediately discard because their AI doesn't know what to do with them. Generally improved on in Culdcept Saga.



* BarbieDollAnatomy: The "Amazon"" card is totally topless, and also totally nipple-less in its model in ''Saga.''

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* BarbieDollAnatomy: The "Amazon"" "Amazon" card is totally topless, and also totally nipple-less in its model in ''Saga.''
12th Sep '15 11:53:28 AM Vilui
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* ChainmailBikini: While many cards are fanservicy, the series avoided this until Sword Princess in Saga, who's outfit is more platemail lingerie.

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* ChainmailBikini: While many cards are fanservicy, the series avoided this until Sword Princess in Saga, who's whose outfit is more platemail lingerie.



* ElementalPowers: The classic four western elements. While their isn't a hierarchy, fire vs water and earth vs wind both get more cards that are the deal more damage to or are resistant to their opposing element.

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* ElementalPowers: The classic four western elements. While their there isn't a hierarchy, fire vs water and earth vs wind both get more cards that are the deal more damage to or are resistant to their opposing element.



* FightLikeACardPlayer: Somewhat averted in Saga, where it becomes obvious that the cards exist in universe. Before that it's less clear.

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* FightLikeACardPlayer: Somewhat averted in Saga, where it becomes obvious that the cards exist in universe.in-universe. Before that it's less clear.
16th Jul '15 10:11:48 AM Willbyr
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This series has representation in the fourth installment of VideoGame/SuperSmashBros in the form of one trophy and one song. This is a remarkable surprise for a third-party title.

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This series has representation in the fourth installment of VideoGame/SuperSmashBros ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' in the form of one trophy and one song. This is a remarkable surprise for a third-party title.
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* Dhampyr: One of the cards is this; he even closely resembles VampireHunterD.

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* Dhampyr: One of the cards is this; he even closely resembles VampireHunterD.LightNovel/VampireHunterD.
14th Apr '15 11:33:28 AM ZuTheSkunk
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* MultiplayerOnlyItem: The Haunt spell, which causes a Cepter to be controlled by the (not very bright) computer for two turns. Quite damaging to players, but useless in Singleplayer ([[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard to you, anyway]]), since your opponents there are already controlled by the computer.
11th Apr '15 9:15:06 PM Emreld3000
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This series has representation is the fourth installment of VideoGame/SuperSmashBros, as one trophy and one song. This is a remarkable surprise for a third-party title.

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This series has representation is in the fourth installment of VideoGame/SuperSmashBros, as VideoGame/SuperSmashBros in the form of one trophy and one song. This is a remarkable surprise for a third-party title.
11th Apr '15 9:14:00 PM Emreld3000
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The basic story is that Culdra, [[MemeticMutation absolute Goddess]], created Culdcept, the Book of Creation and Destruction. She then scatters pieces of the book, the cards, across the world and people who can control them become Cepters. If a Cepter passes certain trials, they become the god of a new world that they create. Each game also includes a story, usually involving beating someone evil to the godhood thing, and always peppered with [[QuirkyMinibossSquad oddball minions]] and [[WackyWaysideTribe elementally themed tribes]].

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The basic story is that Culdra, [[MemeticMutation absolute Goddess]], created Culdcept, the Book of Creation and Destruction. She then scatters pieces of the book, the cards, across the world and people who can control them become Cepters. If a Cepter passes certain trials, they become the god of a new world that they create. Each game also includes a story, usually involving beating someone evil to the godhood thing, and always peppered with [[QuirkyMinibossSquad oddball minions]] and [[WackyWaysideTribe elementally themed tribes]].
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This series has representation is the fourth installment of VideoGame/SuperSmashBros, as one trophy and one song. This is a remarkable surprise for a third-party title.
19th Oct '14 9:23:30 PM ARandomFloran
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* HaveIMentionedIAmHeterosexualToday: Culdcept Saga has Rilara the thief who is the first character you fight, she becomes the HeroOfAnotherStory later on. She talks a lot about how attractive she finds the main character, but her deck is full of {{Fanservice}} cards with attractive female art... There are two other characters in the game who have sexually themed decks, Castora who has decks with [[{{Bishonen}} attractive men]] [[BestialityIsDepraved and ogres]] to represent her harem and Gottleib who has another attractive female deck to represent his [[SexSlave slaves]]. This makes Rilara look especially suspicious in comparison.
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