History VideoGame / Elvira

10th Dec '15 7:57:16 PM Vios
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12th Aug '15 5:26:46 AM mariofan1000
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* NintendoHard

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* NintendoHardNintendoHard: For starters, strategy guides straight up recommend reloading if you get hit once, because healing items are ''that'' rare.
5th Jul '15 6:01:12 PM CesarAurelio
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* FanDisservice: At one point in the haunted house, you can join a lovely young woman in bed. Is it sexy? At the beginning, yes. At the end? '''''HELL NO.''''' [[spoiler: There's a reason one Website/YouTube comment referred to the woman as "Lamprey head"...]]

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* FanDisservice: At one point in the haunted house, you can join a lovely young woman in bed. Is it sexy? At the beginning, yes. At the end? '''''HELL NO.''''' [[spoiler: There's a reason one Website/YouTube comment referred to the woman as [[spoiler: "Lamprey head"...]]
2nd Jul '15 11:09:18 AM ren
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* PerversePuppet: If one of the books you find in the library of the Haunted House in the second game is by any indication, all the monsters you fight through the game are animatronic puppets created by the studio´s crew that have turned evil, including Cerberus.

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* PerversePuppet: If one of the books you find in the library of the Haunted House in the second game is by any indication, all the monsters you fight through the game are animatronic puppets created by the studio´s crew that have have become sentinent and turned evil, including Cerberus.
2nd Jul '15 11:08:30 AM ren
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* PerversePuppet: If one of the books you find in the library of the Haunted House in the second game is by any indication, all the monsters you fight through the game are animatronic puppets created by the studio´s crew that have turned evil, including Cerberus.
13th May '15 7:11:03 AM ZorotheGallade
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* GuideDangIt: In Eivira II, you have limited resources to cast a wide array of spells, without many clues about how many casts of each ones you'll need to complete puzzles and evade traps. If you use up critical components for the wrong spells, the game becomes {{Unwinnable}}
13th May '15 7:06:35 AM ZorotheGallade
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* PossessionImpliesMastery: Zig-zagged in the first game. You can arm yourself with a crossbow, but you'll always miss the target. However, after managing to hit the bullseye of a practice target with only ''four'' shots, you'll be called a "master bowman" and become able to use it.
17th Mar '15 9:10:08 AM morenohijazo
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* PotionBrewingMechanic: In ''Mistress of the Dark'', you can create magical potions by combining various ingredients you found. For example, consuming Herbal Honey gives you knowledge of the true names of all plants and eating Alphabet Soup gave you knowledge of Runes.
5th Feb '14 8:51:49 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* AbsoluteCleavage: Take a wild guess.
* BigBadassWolf: That can eat your neck.

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* AbsoluteCleavage: Take a wild guess.
* BigBadassWolf: That can eat your neck.


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* SavageWolves: That can eat your neck.
2nd Jan '14 9:48:26 PM nombretomado
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A series of point and click/role playing computer games based loosely around the Cassandra Peterson character {{Elvira|MistressOfTheDark}}. In 1990, HorrorSoft Games released the first installment, ''Elvira: Mistress of the Dark''. The game was surprisingly well received by critics and adventure/horror fans, and in 1992 the follow-up, ''Elvira II: The Jaws of Cerburus'' was released to even better reviews than the original. In addition to being surprisingly good, the games were also known for being [[TrialAndErrorGameplay ridiculously]] [[NintendoHard challenging]] and ridiculously frightening, while maintaining a dark, tongue-in-cheek sense of humor. Not surprisingly, the majority of laughs came from Elvira's [[DeadpanSnarker comments]].

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A series of point and click/role playing computer games based loosely around the Cassandra Peterson character {{Elvira|MistressOfTheDark}}.Creator/{{Elvira|MistressOfTheDark}}. In 1990, HorrorSoft Games released the first installment, ''Elvira: Mistress of the Dark''. The game was surprisingly well received by critics and adventure/horror fans, and in 1992 the follow-up, ''Elvira II: The Jaws of Cerburus'' was released to even better reviews than the original. In addition to being surprisingly good, the games were also known for being [[TrialAndErrorGameplay ridiculously]] [[NintendoHard challenging]] and ridiculously frightening, while maintaining a dark, tongue-in-cheek sense of humor. Not surprisingly, the majority of laughs came from Elvira's [[DeadpanSnarker comments]].
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