History VideoGame / ESPRaDe

28th May '15 7:36:38 PM nombretomado
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* MeaningfulName -- "Yaksa" are quasi-demonic entities from Hindu lore (not as bad as rakshasi, but still not fun to be around when they're mad), better known in Japan as [[InuYasha yasha]]. Gaara convened this lot to take vengeance on the world that would not judge the espers who killed her husband.

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* MeaningfulName -- "Yaksa" are quasi-demonic entities from Hindu lore (not as bad as rakshasi, but still not fun to be around when they're mad), better known in Japan as [[InuYasha [[Manga/InuYasha yasha]]. Gaara convened this lot to take vengeance on the world that would not judge the espers who killed her husband.
2nd Apr '15 8:46:19 PM tenryufan
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* NoExportForYou -- Has never been released outside Japan or ported to a console, due to tangled rights issues between Atlus and Cave.
10th Feb '14 5:04:01 AM DracMonster
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* MeaningfulName -- "Yaksa" are quasi-demonic entities from Hindu lore (not as bad as rakshasi, but still not fun to be around when they're mad), better known in Japan as [[InuYasha yasha]]. Gaara convened this lot to take vengeance on the world that would not judge the espers who killed her husband.



* {{Yakuza}} -- Except in this game they're now a shadowy organization named the "Yaksa" and are led by a fashionable elderly woman with great PsychicPowers.
** Actually, that's a false cognate. "Yaksa" are quasi-demonic entities from Hindu lore (not as bad as rakshasi, but still not fun to be around when they're mad), better known in Japan as [[InuYasha yasha]]. Gaara convened this lot to take vengeance on the world that would not judge the espers who killed her husband.
8th Feb '14 9:18:43 AM DracMonster
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* BigDamnHeroes: Irori's intro has missiles descending on her orphanage, with her friend tripping and curling into a fetal position as a bomb drops directly on her... then the dust clears to show Irori shielding her, then taking off to fight.
2nd Jan '14 5:20:06 PM DracMonster
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* AllThereInTheManual -- Has a surprisingly deep backstory and characterizations, for an arcade shooter. You can catch some glimpses of the it from the newspaper clippings that fly by.

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* AllThereInTheManual -- Has a surprisingly deep backstory and characterizations, for an arcade shooter. You can catch some glimpses of the it from the newspaper clippings that fly by.
2nd Jul '13 7:57:41 AM DracMonster
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* HalfHumanHybrid -- The Alice clones are hybrid mice. They squeak when they die, and it is ''[[NightmareFuel not cute at all]]''.
2nd Jul '13 7:48:17 AM DracMonster
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* StoryBreadcrumbs -- The newspaper headlines that flash by between levels.
15th May '13 9:58:34 PM DracMonster
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* AllThereInTheManual -- Has a surprisingly deep backstory and characterizations, for an arcade shooter. You can catch some glimpses of the it from the newspaper clippings that fly by.


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* NoExportForYou -- Has never been released outside Japan or ported to a console, due to tangled rights issues between Atlus and Cave.
29th Mar '13 6:12:12 PM JIKTV
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''ESP Ra.De'' is a BulletHell ShootEmUp by {{Cave}} with artwork by "Joker" Creator/JunyaInoue. Ms. Gaara, a powerful psychic woman who leads the organization known as Yaksa, is using her resources to take over the world. This ends up drawing attention from the three psychic heroes, each of whom has their own reason for opposing her:

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''ESP Ra.De'' is a BulletHell ShootEmUp by {{Cave}} Creator/{{CAVE}} with artwork by "Joker" Creator/JunyaInoue. Ms. Gaara, a powerful psychic woman who leads the organization known as Yaksa, is using her resources to take over the world. This ends up drawing attention from the three psychic heroes, each of whom has their own reason for opposing her:



One gameplay mechanic, the theme of superpowered people flying around and blasting stuff with PsychicPowers, and the Alice Clones were carried over to the ''{{Espgaluda}}'' series.

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One gameplay mechanic, the theme of superpowered people flying around and blasting stuff with PsychicPowers, and the Alice Clones were carried over to the ''{{Espgaluda}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Espgaluda}}'' series.
27th Sep '12 4:25:03 AM Prfnoff
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''ESP Ra.De'' is a BulletHell ShootEmUp by {{Cave}} with artwork by "Joker" JunyaInoue. Ms. Gaara, a powerful psychic woman who leads the organization known as Yaksa, is using her resources to take over the world. This ends up drawing attention from the three psychic heroes, each of whom has their own reason for opposing her:

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''ESP Ra.De'' is a BulletHell ShootEmUp by {{Cave}} with artwork by "Joker" JunyaInoue.Creator/JunyaInoue. Ms. Gaara, a powerful psychic woman who leads the organization known as Yaksa, is using her resources to take over the world. This ends up drawing attention from the three psychic heroes, each of whom has their own reason for opposing her:
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