History VideoGame / CustomRobo

25th Mar '18 3:14:28 PM Exusia
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* DeadAllAlong: [[spoiler:Dr. Mars in ''Arena'', with Scythe [[DeadPersonImpersonation impersonating him]]]].
25th Mar '18 2:43:01 PM Exusia
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* DualBoss: ''Averted'' in ''Battle Revolution'' where the protagonist and Marcia fight Sergei and Oboro, when suddenly [[spoiler:Sergei pulls a HeelFaceTurn and turns on Oboro, making it a 3-on-1 fight]]. Played straight when the protagonist and Harry fight Eliza and Isabella.
12th Mar '18 12:16:03 PM MaulMachine
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* TournamentArc: The Grand Battle in Battle Revolution. Not quite a real tournament in practice, though, as it's ultimately every character in the game vs. you.
** In the main story for ''Battle Revolution', the player takes part in three tournament over the course of the story, each one longer than the last.

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* TournamentArc: The Grand Battle in Battle Revolution.''Battle Revolution''. Not quite a real tournament in practice, though, as it's ultimately every character in the game vs. you.
** In the main story for ''Battle Revolution', Revolution'', the player takes part in three tournament over the course of the story, each one longer than the last.
12th Mar '18 12:01:43 PM MaulMachine
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* AllInARow: Some games in the series don't let you walk through your followers either.

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* AllInARow: Several times in both Arena and Battle Revolution. Some games in the series don't let you walk through your followers either.either.
** Exaggerated in the Gamecube game, late in the story, where up to six people follow the protagonist, all in a line.



* AllInARow: Several times in both Arena and Battle Revolution
** Exaggerated in the Gamecube game, late in the story, where up to six people follow the protagonist, all in a line.
2nd Feb '18 11:31:28 AM Hyze
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** ''GX'' takes it [[SerialEscalation far higher than eleven]], as mandatory tournaments comprise ''the entire game'', excepting only the a small portion at the end where you storm the Nikaidou Group's headquarters to take out the BigBad and his elite henchmen. Then you get to the postgame, which is composed of - you guessed it - ''more tournaments''.



*** ''GX'' takes it [[SerialEscalation far higher than eleven]], as mandatory tournaments comprise ''the entire game'', excepting only the a small portion at the end where you storm the Nikaidou Group's headquarters to take out the BigBad and his elite henchmen. Then you get to the postgame, which is composed of - you guessed it - ''more tournaments''.

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*** ''GX'' takes it [[SerialEscalation far higher than eleven]], as mandatory tournaments comprise ''the entire game'', excepting only *InformedAttribute: ''Battle Revolution'' has the a small portion at the end concept of Custom Robo licenses, where you storm only people who pass an exam are allowed to pilot a robo legally. The police force in this game are made up of people who have managed to pass the Nikaidou Group's headquarters to take out highest exam, Rank A, making them best of the BigBad best. Yet despite that the police appear horribly incompetent and his elite henchmen. Then you get can't even seem to the postgame, which is composed of - you guessed it - ''more tournaments''.foil simple robberies on their own.


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*PoliceAreUseless: The police force in ''Battle Revolution'' only seem to have two members that can actually do their job right. The rest of the time they're constantly getting their butts kicked by the bad guys, even though all of them are supposed to pass an absurdly hard exam in order to even be accepted into the police.
2nd Feb '18 11:17:52 AM Hyze
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**In the main story for ''Battle Revolution', the player takes part in three tournament over the course of the story, each one longer than the last.
**''Arena'' has several tournaments throughout the story with rival schools, all culminating with the Grand Robo Battle which pits the player against the best champions in the world. Most of them are still your fellow classmates.
2nd Feb '18 8:34:53 AM Hyze
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*WhamShot: [[spoiler: The scene in ''Battle Revolution'' where the Police Chief reveals the outside world by opening the wall that the main characters thought was the edge of the world. Everything about the main character's worldview is shattered in an instant.]]
2nd Feb '18 8:30:13 AM Hyze
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**There actually is a way to do this in ''Battle Revolution'' despite the game running on AutoSave. During the Grand Battle the game will save twice during tournaments, once at the halfway point and once after the final match where your score is calculated. If you don't like how the second half of your tournament is going, you can reload a save at the halfway point to avoid starting all over. However the game ''also'' saves whenever you pick up a hidden part in the real world. Most of these parts are hidden in the room where the tournaments are taking place, so with proper planning you can pick up a hidden part right before a particularly dicey battle and then keep reloading your save until you get a high enough score for gold.
23rd Jan '18 2:34:56 AM Teitei
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* WhamLine: About two-thirds of the way into the game, leading into TheReveal, the player is asked what they know about the world. The two options they're presented with are [[spoiler:"The world is round," and "The world is flat."]] The player, upon their first time playing the game, will more than likely choose the former answer. They're then treated to this exchange:

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* WhamLine: About two-thirds of the way into the game, ''Battle Revolution'', leading into TheReveal, the player is asked what they know about the world. The two options they're presented with are [[spoiler:"The world is round," and "The world is flat."]] The player, upon their first time playing the game, will more than likely choose the former answer. They're then treated to this exchange:
23rd Jan '18 2:28:56 AM Teitei
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* WhamLine: About two-thirds of the way into the game, leading into TheReveal, the player is asked what they know about the world. The two options they're presented with are [[spoiler:"The world is round," and "The world is flat."]] The player, upon their first time playing the game, will more than likely choose the former answer. They're then treated to this exchange:
-->'''Player:''' [[spoiler:The world is round. Like a sphere.]]
-->'''Harry:''' Hey, hey! You can't be serious! You KNOW [[spoiler:the world is flat!]] You're talking crazy!
-->'''Marcia:''' ...[Player Name], please don't joke around...
-->'''Player:''' ''[Now making a {{Troll}} face]'' I just think [[spoiler:it's round...]]
-->'''Mira:''' [[spoiler:The world is flat,]] like Harry said. [[AncientConspiracy That's what we were taught all through school.]]
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