History VideoGame / DarkCloud

10th May '18 2:38:45 PM SuperWaitei
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* BonusDungeon: The Demon Shaft, a massive MarathonLevel Of a dungeon that encompasses 100 floors and of course has a BonusBoss waiting on the last floor.

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* BonusDungeon: The Demon Shaft, a massive MarathonLevel Of of a dungeon that encompasses 100 floors and of course has a BonusBoss waiting on the last floor.
10th May '18 2:34:33 PM SuperWaitei
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* BonusDungeon: Demon Shaft.

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* BonusBoss: The Black Knight Pendragon, who waits for you at the end of the Demon Shaft. He’s also a SequentialBoss with 2 phases and 90,000 hitpoints. He’s actually implied to be Toan’s father, given that his weapon resembles Aga’s [Toan’s father] Sword and using Steve the Slingshot will have Steve remark that “Toan should know this guy”.
* BonusDungeon: The Demon Shaft.Shaft, a massive MarathonLevel Of a dungeon that encompasses 100 floors and of course has a BonusBoss waiting on the last floor.
14th Jan '18 2:42:22 PM nombretomado
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''Dark Cloud'' is a UsefulNotes/{{PS2}} {{RPG}} developed by {{Level 5}}. It was released in 2000 in Japan, originally as a launch title, but it was delayed a bit and it was released at the end of 2000. It was released everywhere else in 2001.

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''Dark Cloud'' is a UsefulNotes/{{PS2}} {{RPG}} developed by {{Level 5}}.Creator/Level5. It was released in 2000 in Japan, originally as a launch title, but it was delayed a bit and it was released at the end of 2000. It was released everywhere else in 2001.
7th Jul '17 8:40:56 AM fruitstripegum
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* CherryTapping: The default weapon for each character can still be used after it breaks to prevent the game from potentially breaking completely, but each strike will only do 1 damage. Certain bosses have been known to have been defeated by this.



* CherryTapping: The default weapon for each character can still be used after it breaks to prevent the game from potentially breaking completely, but each strike will only do 1 damage. Certain bosses have been known to have been defeated by this.
13th May '17 11:33:10 AM t3hdow
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** However, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSDL4_3gcdw it is possible to acquire]] the "flapping duster" in the U.S. edition to access the Gallery of Time's back area, albeit with the use of [[GoodBadBugs exploiting an item switching glitch]].
28th Mar '17 5:47:26 PM morenohijazo
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* DayOldLegend: Almost every weapon will do this upon building it up. Doubled in that they often have different, completely unrelated backstories for every upgrade. Somewhat justified, because you can find some of these weapons in high-level dungeons.
24th Dec '16 9:03:17 AM Gosicrystal
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* BreakableWeapons: If a weapon breaks, it's LostForever, along with the [[LevelGrinding hours upon hours invested into upgrading it.]]
** EmergencyWeapon: Every character's initial weapon is exempt, however. See CherryTapping.

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* BreakableWeapons: If a weapon breaks, it's LostForever, [[PermanentlyMissableContent lost forever]], along with the [[LevelGrinding hours upon hours invested into upgrading it.]]
** EmergencyWeapon:
it]]. [[EmergencyWeapon Every character's initial weapon is exempt, however. See CherryTapping.however]].



** The FetchQuest lasting through the majority of the game that rewards you with the special Sun weapon attachment requires you to get a Candy item from Claude in Norune Village by completing his house and initiating his event in the morning. Failing this, your last chance to get Candy is from Couscous in Matataki Village. Fail to do that, and the attachment is LostForever.

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** The FetchQuest lasting through the majority of the game that rewards you with the special Sun weapon attachment requires you to get a Candy item from Claude in Norune Village by completing his house and initiating his event in the morning. Failing this, your last chance to get Candy is from Couscous in Matataki Village. Fail to do that, and the attachment is LostForever.[[PermanentlyMissableContent lost forever]].
2nd Aug '16 1:37:30 PM Mr.French
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* FanServiceExtra: The lead curse dancer in the freeing ceremony at the start of the game. She's clad in a {{Stripperific}} outfit that's little more than a bikini with a veil on the front of the panty and at one point the camera gives the audience a low angle shot of her shaking her ass. A lot of fans hoped that she would appear later in the game (or at least had been [[NightmareFetishist the one the Dark Genie ate]] ) sadly they were disappointed.
* FanDisService: The game has plenty of [[PantyShot upskirt shots,]] unfortunately they're all of Goro, the fat guy from Matatakai village.

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* FanServiceExtra: FanserviceExtra: The lead curse dancer in the freeing ceremony at the start of the game. She's clad in a {{Stripperific}} outfit that's little more than a bikini with a veil on the front of the panty and at one point the camera gives the audience a low angle shot of her shaking her ass. A lot of fans hoped that she would appear later in the game (or at least had been [[NightmareFetishist the one the Dark Genie ate]] ) sadly they were disappointed.game.
* FanDisService: FanDisservice: The game has plenty of [[PantyShot upskirt shots,]] unfortunately they're all of Goro, the fat guy from Matatakai village.



* JigglePhysics: Ruby (the usual) and Xiao (butt).



** [[CrutchCharacter Goro, however...]]



* UselessProtagonist: It will vary from player to player which allies are "useless".
2nd Jul '16 3:13:49 PM inuyasharules31
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''Dark Cloud'' is a UsefulNotes/{{PS2}} {{RPG}} developed by {{Level 5}}. It was released in 2001.

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''Dark Cloud'' is a UsefulNotes/{{PS2}} {{RPG}} developed by {{Level 5}}. It was released in 2001.
2000 in Japan, originally as a launch title, but it was delayed a bit and it was released at the end of 2000. It was released everywhere else in 2001.
3rd Jun '16 9:46:46 AM nombretomado
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''Dark Cloud'' is a {{PS2}} {{RPG}} developed by {{Level 5}}. It was released in 2001.

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''Dark Cloud'' is a {{PS2}} UsefulNotes/{{PS2}} {{RPG}} developed by {{Level 5}}. It was released in 2001.
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