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29th May '15 8:38:11 AM ctempire
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''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' is a video game series of mostly RolePlayingGames developed by BIRTHDAY. It features a fire elemental hero and three ally creatures called Shell Beasts, saving the world from evil. It utilizes a ''DragonQuest''-styled battle system on the games. The original game was released in [[TheEighties 1988]] for the [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem Nintendo Family Computer]] as ''Kaijuu Monogatari'' (with the alternate English title "Shell Saurs Story"). It was published by {{Namco}} before BIRTHDAY decided to have a new publisher for their next hit game. This game, called ''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' (or ''Greater Tale of Shell Monsters'' by a translator) for the SuperFamicom, was released in 1994 before Christmas and it sold over 300,000 copies in Japan. As of that release, the series was published by Creator/HudsonSoft. Birthday released a sequel called ''Daikaijuu Monogatari II'' for the SuperFamicom in late 1996, which has more detailed graphics and a time system. In the following year, a TradingCardGame called ''Daikaijuu Monogatari: Miracle of the Zone'' was available. There are two GameBoy games featuring this TCG. A manga based on the "MOZ" series was also released. A SpinOff featuring one of the main Shell Beasts was released for the GameBoyColor. The ''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' series is presumed dormant since the turn of the millennium, although a mobile port of the 1994 game was released in 2006. This series is one of the ''Dragon Quest'' [[FollowTheLeader clones]] out there, but one of the [[TropesAreNotBad better ones]]. BIRTHDAY has been working on many properties besides this series, including the anime ''Anime/FushigiboshiNoFutagohime''.
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''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' is a Japan-only fantasy video game series of mostly RolePlayingGames developed by BIRTHDAY. It features a fire elemental hero and three ally creatures called Shell Beasts, Shell-beasts saving the world from evil. It utilizes a ''DragonQuest''-styled gameplay and battle system on the games. system. The original game was released in [[TheEighties 1988]] for the [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem Nintendo Family Computer]] as ''Kaijuu Monogatari'' (with the alternate English title "Shell Saurs Story"). It was published by {{Namco}} before BIRTHDAY decided to have a new publisher for their the next hit game. This game, called ''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' (or ''Greater Tale of Shell Monsters'' by a translator) for the SuperFamicom, was released in 1994 few days before Christmas and it sold over 300,000 copies in Japan. As of Christmas. From that release, the series was published by Creator/HudsonSoft. Birthday released a sequel called ''Daikaijuu Monogatari II'' for the SuperFamicom in late 1996, which has more detailed graphics and a time system.1996. In the following year, a TradingCardGame called ''Daikaijuu Monogatari: Miracle of the Zone'' was available. There are two GameBoy games featuring this TCG. A manga based on the "MOZ" series was also released. A SpinOff featuring one of the main Shell Beasts was released for the GameBoyColor. GameBoyColor, and it has its own sequel. The ''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' series is presumed dormant since the turn of the millennium, although a mobile port of the 1994 game was released in 2006. This series is one of the ''Dragon Quest'' [[FollowTheLeader clones]] out there, but one of the [[TropesAreNotBad better ones]]. BIRTHDAY has been working on many properties besides this series, including the anime ''Anime/FushigiboshiNoFutagohime''.
19th May '15 6:37:52 AM Ryan914
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16th Sep '14 10:03:42 AM ctempire
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10th Sep '14 7:14:23 PM ctempire
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The original game was released in [[TheEighties 1988]] for the [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem Nintendo Family Computer]] as ''Kaijuu Monogatari'' (with the alternate English title "Shell Saurs Story"). It was then published by {{Namco}} before BIRTHDAY decided to have a new publisher for their next hit game. The next game, basically called ''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' (or ''Greater Tale of Shell Monsters'' by a translator) for the SuperFamicom, was released in 1994 before Christmas and it sold over 300,000 copies in Japan. As of that release, the series is published by Creator/HudsonSoft.
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The original game was released in [[TheEighties 1988]] for the [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem Nintendo Family Computer]] as ''Kaijuu Monogatari'' (with the alternate English title "Shell Saurs Story"). It was then published by {{Namco}} before BIRTHDAY decided to have a new publisher for their next hit game. The next This game, basically called ''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' (or ''Greater Tale of Shell Monsters'' by a translator) for the SuperFamicom, was released in 1994 before Christmas and it sold over 300,000 copies in Japan. As of that release, the series is was published by Creator/HudsonSoft.
10th Sep '14 7:12:00 PM ctempire
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The ''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' series is presumed dormant since the turn of the millennium, although a mobile ReMake of the 1994 game was released in 2006. This series is one of the ''Dragon Quest'' [[FollowTheLeader clones]] out there, but one of the [[TropesAreNotBad better ones]]. BIRTHDAY has been working on many properties besides this series, including the anime ''Anime/FushigiboshiNoFutagohime''.
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The ''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' series is presumed dormant since the turn of the millennium, although a mobile ReMake port of the 1994 game was released in 2006. This series is one of the ''Dragon Quest'' [[FollowTheLeader clones]] out there, but one of the [[TropesAreNotBad better ones]]. BIRTHDAY has been working on many properties besides this series, including the anime ''Anime/FushigiboshiNoFutagohime''.
10th Sep '14 7:09:36 PM ctempire
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The original game was released in [[TheEighties 1988]] for the [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem Nintendo Family Computer]] as ''Kaijuu Monogatari'' (with the alternate English title "Shell Saurs Story"). It was then published by {{Namco}} before BIRTHDAY decided to have a new publisher for their next hit game. The next game, basically called ''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' (or ''Greater Tale of Shell Monsters'' by a translator) for the SuperFamicom, was released in 1994 before Christmas and it over 300,000 copies throughout Japan. As of that release, the series is published by Creator/HudsonSoft.
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The original game was released in [[TheEighties 1988]] for the [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem Nintendo Family Computer]] as ''Kaijuu Monogatari'' (with the alternate English title "Shell Saurs Story"). It was then published by {{Namco}} before BIRTHDAY decided to have a new publisher for their next hit game. The next game, basically called ''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' (or ''Greater Tale of Shell Monsters'' by a translator) for the SuperFamicom, was released in 1994 before Christmas and it sold over 300,000 copies throughout in Japan. As of that release, the series is published by Creator/HudsonSoft.

The ''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' series is presumed dormant since the turn of the millennium, although a mobile ReMake of the 1994 game was released in 2006. This series is one of the ''Dragon Quest'' [[FollowTheLeader clones]] out there, but one of the [[TropesAreNotBad better ones]]. BIRTHDAY has been working on many properties along with this series, including the anime ''Anime/FushigiboshiNoFutagohime''. NeedsWikiMagicLove
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The ''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' series is presumed dormant since the turn of the millennium, although a mobile ReMake of the 1994 game was released in 2006. This series is one of the ''Dragon Quest'' [[FollowTheLeader clones]] out there, but one of the [[TropesAreNotBad better ones]]. BIRTHDAY has been working on many properties along with besides this series, including the anime ''Anime/FushigiboshiNoFutagohime''. NeedsWikiMagicLove ''Anime/FushigiboshiNoFutagohime''.
21st Apr '14 1:13:07 PM TheNerfGuy
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The ''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' series is presumed dormant since the turn of the millennium, although a mobile ReMake of the 1994 game was released in 2006. This series is one of the ''Dragon Quest'' [[FollowTheLeader clones]] out there, but one of the [[TropesAreNotBad better ones]]. BIRTHDAY has been working on many properties along with this series, including the anime ''FushigiboshiNoFutagohime''.
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The ''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' series is presumed dormant since the turn of the millennium, although a mobile ReMake of the 1994 game was released in 2006. This series is one of the ''Dragon Quest'' [[FollowTheLeader clones]] out there, but one of the [[TropesAreNotBad better ones]]. BIRTHDAY has been working on many properties along with this series, including the anime ''FushigiboshiNoFutagohime''. ''Anime/FushigiboshiNoFutagohime''.
26th Feb '14 5:28:55 PM Ecclytennysmithylove
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The ''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' series is presumed dormant since the turn of the millenium, although a mobile ReMake of the 1994 game was released in 2006. This series is one of the ''Dragon Quest'' [[FollowTheLeader clones]] out there, but one of the [[TropesAreNotBad better ones]]. BIRTHDAY has been working on many properties along with this series, including the anime ''FushigiboshiNoFutagohime''.
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The ''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' series is presumed dormant since the turn of the millenium, millennium, although a mobile ReMake of the 1994 game was released in 2006. This series is one of the ''Dragon Quest'' [[FollowTheLeader clones]] out there, but one of the [[TropesAreNotBad better ones]]. BIRTHDAY has been working on many properties along with this series, including the anime ''FushigiboshiNoFutagohime''.

* AHomeownerIsYou: Not too literally, but in both Super Famicom games, the hero can have his own town!

* AHomeownerIsYou: Not too literally, but TheGreatestStoryNeverTold: The Hero is sent home in both all the games after the final battle. * TheGreatFlood: Twice over in the First Super Famicom games, Game, [[spoiler: completely subverted in the hero can have his own town!second as the inner ocean is completely drained after Dark sinks the floating continent, pieces of it fall into the inner ocean, creating large holes in the ground causing the water to sink into the Underworld]]

* AHomeownerIsYou: Not too literally, but in both Super Famicom games, the hero can have his own town!

* AHomeownerIsYou: Not too literally, but TheManBehindTheMan: [[spoiler: The Sorcerer Dark created 2 copies of Fat Badger, one was sealed in both Super Famicom games, Dorado City by the hero can have his own town!Heroes in ''Kaijuu Monogatari'' while the Kutominians sealed the other in an isolated area]]

* AHomeownerIsYou: Not too literally, but NobleDemon: Megaloking [[spoiler: Subverted in both Super Famicom games, the hero can have 3rd fight in which his own town!memories are erased [[DyingAsYourself however his memories do return before death]]]]

* NobleDemon: Megaloking [[spoiler: Subverted in the 3rd fight in which his memories are erased [[DyingAsYourself however his memories do return before death]]]]

* TheGreatestStoryNeverTold: The Hero is sent home in all the games after the final battle * TheGreatFlood: Twice over in the First Super Famicom Game, [[spoiler: completely subverted in the second as the inner ocean is completely drained after Dark sinks the floating continent, pieces of it fall into the inner ocean, creating large holes in the ground causing the water to sink into the Underworld]] * TheManBehindTheMan: [[spoiler: The Sorcerer Dark created 2 copies of Fat Badger, one was sealed in Dorado City by the Heroes in ''Kaijuu Monogatari'' while the Kutominians sealed the other in an isolated area]]
1st Feb '14 12:05:34 PM ctempire
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The ''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' series is presumed dormant since the turn of the Millenium, although a mobile ReMake of the 1994 game was released in 2006. This series is one of the ''Dragon Quest'' [[FollowTheLeader clones]] out there, but one of the [[TropesAreNotBad better ones]]. BIRTHDAY has been working on many properties in recent times, including the anime ''FushigiboshiNoFutagohime''.
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The ''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' series is presumed dormant since the turn of the Millenium, millenium, although a mobile ReMake of the 1994 game was released in 2006. This series is one of the ''Dragon Quest'' [[FollowTheLeader clones]] out there, but one of the [[TropesAreNotBad better ones]]. BIRTHDAY has been working on many properties in recent times, along with this series, including the anime ''FushigiboshiNoFutagohime''.

* ActuallyFourMooks: In the first game, at one part with this example.
29th Nov '13 2:20:46 PM ctempire
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Mistake correction; there's very little evidence of Birthday developing ''Lost Word of Jenny'', and that game has never been exported out of Japan.
''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' is a video game series of mostly RolePlayingGames developed by BIRTHDAY, known in the West by extantfor the game ''VideoGame/LostWordOfJenny''. It features a fire elemental hero and three ally creatures called Shell Beasts, saving the world from evil. It utilizes a ''DragonQuest''-styled battle system on the games.
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''Daikaijuu Monogatari'' is a video game series of mostly RolePlayingGames developed by BIRTHDAY, known in the West by extantfor the game ''VideoGame/LostWordOfJenny''.BIRTHDAY. It features a fire elemental hero and three ally creatures called Shell Beasts, saving the world from evil. It utilizes a ''DragonQuest''-styled battle system on the games.
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