History VideoGame / DarkSavior

23rd Jan '16 11:57:15 AM nombretomado
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** Lance looks an awful lot like StevenSeagal. In fact, his Japanese name -is- Seagal.
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** Lance looks an awful lot like StevenSeagal.Creator/StevenSeagal. In fact, his Japanese name -is- Seagal.
3rd Dec '15 5:05:39 PM nombretomado
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A SegaSaturn game released in 1996 (1997 in Europe), ''Dark Savior'' was a SpiritualSuccessor to Climax' earlier game ''VideoGame/{{Landstalker}}''. It does, however, not have anything to do with it.
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A SegaSaturn UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn game released in 1996 (1997 in Europe), ''Dark Savior'' was a SpiritualSuccessor to Climax' earlier game ''VideoGame/{{Landstalker}}''. It does, however, not have anything to do with it.
30th Jan '14 5:58:11 AM Magitek111
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** During either section where you have to carry someone with you, getting into battle while carrying them results in them being affixed to your character's head during battle, with hilarious results. It's very possible to go into battle as a giant cyborg bear with a unconcious lizardman attached to its head.
30th Jan '14 4:25:42 AM Magitek111
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* DubNameChange: Pretty much everyone had their name changed in the localization process, so there's too many to list here.
18th Jun '13 8:06:39 PM Magitek111
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* Tuckerization: Two characters in the localized version of the game, Matt and Dunbar, were named after one of the people who worked on the game, Matt Dunbar.
28th Nov '12 11:58:14 AM Opunaesala
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* BackFromTheDead: Lance, as well as [[spoiler:all criminals executed by carbon freeze]] in parallel 4. * BigBad: Bilan in parallel 1, Kurtliegen in parallel 2 ([[spoiler: initially appears to be one in parallel 1 too, but redeems himself if you ''don't'' kill him, and becomes an ally in face of a greater threat before being killed in parallel 3]]), J.J. in parallel 3, [[spoiler:Carbon Garian]] in parallel 4.
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* BackFromTheDead: Lance, as well as [[spoiler:all [[spoiler: all criminals executed by carbon freeze]] in parallel 4. * BigBad: Bilan in parallel 1, Kurtliegen in parallel 2 ([[spoiler: initially appears to be one in parallel 1 too, but redeems himself if you ''don't'' kill him, and becomes an ally in face of a greater threat before being killed in parallel 3]]), J.J. in parallel 3, [[spoiler:Carbon [[spoiler: Carbon Garian]] in parallel 4.

* BossRush: The secret parallel 5, Marathon of Death. Reached by [[spoiler:losing to Bilan in the Captain's Cabin]].
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* BossRush: The secret parallel 5, Marathon of Death. Reached by [[spoiler:losing [[spoiler: losing to Bilan in the Captain's Cabin]].

* ButThouMust: Garian really has no choice but to drink the [[strike:booze]] Jalapeno Juice he's offered when entering Jailer's Island.
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* ButThouMust: Garian really has no choice but to drink the [[strike:booze]] [[strike: booze]] Jalapeno Juice he's offered when entering Jailer's Island.

** If you play parallel 2 before parallel 3, [[spoiler:all the criminals]] you see in the [[spoiler:execution chamber]]. * ConflictKiller: J.J. in parallel 3 (though the new conflict is put into effect only ''after'' you've killed Bilan, it was decided to happen earlier) and [[spoiler:Carbon Garian]] in parallel 4. * CutscenePowerToTheMax: Oh lords, [=DeBose=]. Kills [[spoiler:Kurtliegen]] in one hit in the cutscene, but when captured and used in battle, does absolutely pitiful damage.
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** If you play parallel 2 before parallel 3, [[spoiler:all [[spoiler: all the criminals]] you see in the [[spoiler:execution [[spoiler: execution chamber]]. * ConflictKiller: J.J. in parallel 3 (though the new conflict is put into effect only ''after'' you've killed Bilan, it was decided to happen earlier) and [[spoiler:Carbon [[spoiler: Carbon Garian]] in parallel 4. * CutscenePowerToTheMax: Oh lords, [=DeBose=]. Kills [[spoiler:Kurtliegen]] [[spoiler: Kurtliegen]] in one hit in the cutscene, but when captured and used in battle, does absolutely pitiful damage.

* {{Doppelganger}}: [[spoiler:Carbon Garian]]. Jack explains the term.
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* {{Doppelganger}}: [[spoiler:Carbon [[spoiler: Carbon Garian]]. Jack explains the term.

* DungeonBypass: A lot in parallel 3. You don't even have to go through Deadman's Castle, which is the place where major plot points are kicked off in parallel 1 and 2. And when you reach the point where you'd expect to enter the Lavian ruins, Kurtliegen takes you all the way to the execution chamber, bypassing the ruins, the three remaining castles and the graveyard... [[spoiler:only for you to have to go through them all (except for the ruins) in reverse order (and in the case of Deadman's Castle and the graveyard, entirely in reverse) in the following parallel 4]].
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* DungeonBypass: A lot in parallel 3. You don't even have to go through Deadman's Castle, which is the place where major plot points are kicked off in parallel 1 and 2. And when you reach the point where you'd expect to enter the Lavian ruins, Kurtliegen takes you all the way to the execution chamber, bypassing the ruins, the three remaining castles and the graveyard... [[spoiler:only [[spoiler: only for you to have to go through them all (except for the ruins) in reverse order (and in the case of Deadman's Castle and the graveyard, entirely in reverse) in the following parallel 4]].

* HopelessBossFight: The first battle with [[spoiler:Kurtliegen at the end of parallel 2]]. ** [[spoiler:Tracy]] in parallel 2 if you [[spoiler:leave Kay to die]] and then lie about it.
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* HopelessBossFight: The first battle with [[spoiler:Kurtliegen [[spoiler: Kurtliegen at the end of parallel 2]]. ** [[spoiler:Tracy]] [[spoiler: Tracy]] in parallel 2 if you [[spoiler:leave [[spoiler: leave Kay to die]] and then lie about it.

* LivingStatue: Copper, Golden, and Silver [[spoiler:Kay.]]
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* LivingStatue: Copper, Golden, and Silver [[spoiler:Kay.[[spoiler: Kay.]]

* MirrorMatch: If you pick [[spoiler:Garian to fight Carbon Garian]], which ''might'' not be the best of ideas as [[spoiler:Carbon Garian]] is much stronger. ** Possibly a mild case of FridgeBrilliance , as the two big differeneces between the two are that [[spoiler:Carbon Garian doesn't hold back and has been covered in diamond (the carbon coating)]] * NeverTheSelvesShallMeet: In Parallel 4, the two Garians from different timelines existing at the same time will cause one to be forcibly erased from existence, unless they strengthen their ties via their friends. (In the case of Carbon Garian, killing them and drinking their blood. Naturally, Garian wants to rpevent this.)
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* MirrorMatch: If you pick [[spoiler:Garian [[spoiler: Garian to fight Carbon Garian]], which ''might'' not be the best of ideas as [[spoiler:Carbon [[spoiler: Carbon Garian]] is much stronger. ** Possibly a mild case of FridgeBrilliance , as the two big differeneces between the two are that [[spoiler:Carbon [[spoiler: Carbon Garian doesn't hold back and has been covered in diamond (the carbon coating)]] * NeverTheSelvesShallMeet: In Parallel 4, the two Garians from different timelines existing at the same time will cause one to be forcibly erased from existence, unless they strengthen their ties via their friends. (In the case of Carbon Garian, killing them and drinking their blood. Naturally, Garian wants to rpevent prevent this.)

* TheReveal: At the end of parallel 2, [[spoiler:Kay is revealed to actually be the Silver statue]].
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* TheReveal: At the end of parallel 2, [[spoiler:Kay [[spoiler: Kay is revealed to actually be the Silver statue]].
26th Oct '12 7:02:11 PM Prfnoff
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A SegaSaturn game released in 1996 (1997 in Europe), ''Dark Savior'' was a SpiritualSuccessor to Climax' earlier game ''{{Landstalker}}''. It does, however, not have anything to do with it.
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A SegaSaturn game released in 1996 (1997 in Europe), ''Dark Savior'' was a SpiritualSuccessor to Climax' earlier game ''{{Landstalker}}''.''VideoGame/{{Landstalker}}''. It does, however, not have anything to do with it.
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