History VideoGame / FantasyZone

16th Sep '17 1:58:22 PM nombretomado
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Currently, the original game and ''Fantasy Zone II DX'' are both available for download on the Nintendo3DS via the Nintendo eShop as ''3D Fantasy Zone: Opa-Opa Bros.'' and ''3D Fantasy Zone II W'' respectively, adding 3D visuals as well as new game modes and features.

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Currently, the original game and ''Fantasy Zone II DX'' are both available for download on the Nintendo3DS UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS via the Nintendo eShop as ''3D Fantasy Zone: Opa-Opa Bros.'' and ''3D Fantasy Zone II W'' respectively, adding 3D visuals as well as new game modes and features.
15th Jul '17 8:36:58 PM Sestren_NK
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* ShoutOut: One of the "bomb" weapons you can buy is a [[Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus 16-ton weight.]]

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One of the "bomb" weapons you can buy is a [[Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus 16-ton weight.]]]]
** Some of the various Name Entry songs in ''Fantasy Zone II DX'' are taken from the Name Entry songs of other Sega arcade games, including ''Sindbad Mystery'' (Ranking C), ''Mister Viking'' (Ranking D), ''Sanrin San-Chan - Tricycle-San'' / ''Spatter'' (Ranking E), and ''VideoGame/{{Pitfall}} II'' (Ranking F)[[note]]in which Sega did the arcade adaptation for that game[[/note]].
15th Jul '17 9:00:43 AM Sestren_NK
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''Fantasy Zone'' was originally released in arcades and UsefulNotes/MasterSystem (both versions were developed simultaneously), but later saw ports appearing on the UsefulNotes/{{MSX}}, [[UsefulNotes/{{Famicom}} Family Computer]], UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem (a different port from the Famicom release), [[UsefulNotes/SharpX68000 X68000]] and the UsefulNotes/TurboGrafx16.

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''Fantasy Zone'' was originally released in arcades and UsefulNotes/MasterSystem the [[UsefulNotes/SegaMasterSystem Master System]] (both versions were developed simultaneously), but later saw ports appearing on the UsefulNotes/{{MSX}}, [[UsefulNotes/{{Famicom}} Family Computer]], UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem (a different port from the Famicom release), [[UsefulNotes/SharpX68000 X68000]] and the UsefulNotes/TurboGrafx16.



* [[spoiler:BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind: In ''Fantasy Zone II DX'''s best ending, it is revealed that the ''entire game'' was this invoked by Opapa to give Opa-Opa a chance to rid himself of the Nenon entities trying to coax his SplitPersonality of evil into dominance. This also subtly shows if you're on your way to the bad ending; the FinalBoss will be Opa-Opa himself, while you're controlling his evil self.]]

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* [[spoiler:BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind: In BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind: [[spoiler:In ''Fantasy Zone II DX'''s best ending, it is revealed that the ''entire game'' was this invoked by Opapa to give Opa-Opa a chance to rid himself of the Nenon entities trying to coax his SplitPersonality of evil into dominance. This also subtly shows if you're on your way to the bad ending; the FinalBoss will be Opa-Opa himself, while you're controlling his evil self.]]



* EleventhHourSuperpower: [[spoiler:You gain a health bar for the battle against the FinalBoss at the end of ''Fantasy Zone II DX'']].

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* EleventhHourSuperpower: [[spoiler:You gain a health bar for the battle against the FinalBoss at the end of ''Fantasy Zone II DX'']].DX''. CollisionDamage can still kill you, though]].



* [[spoiler:FallenHero]]: In one of the MultipleEndings in ''Fantasy Zone II DX'' [[spoiler:Opa-Opa turns evil and casts the Fantasy Zone into chaos, and thus ''VideoGame/SpaceHarrier'' and his white dragon friend Uriah have to save the day]].

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* [[spoiler:FallenHero]]: FallenHero: [[spoiler: In one of the MultipleEndings in ''Fantasy Zone II DX'' [[spoiler:Opa-Opa DX'', Opa-Opa turns evil and casts the Fantasy Zone into chaos, and thus ''VideoGame/SpaceHarrier'' and his white dragon friend Uriah have to save the day]].



* [[spoiler:LukeIAmYourFather]]: [[spoiler:The FinalBoss of the first game is none other than Opa-Opa's long lost father. This leads Opa-Opa into questioning if his victory [[WasItReallyWorthIt was worth this price he had to pay]]]].
** [[ParodiedTrope Parodied]] in Upa-Upa's ending in Opa-Opa Bros. where he finds that [[spoiler:it was in fact his mom who sent the Menon forces against him because he spent a hefty sum of his brother's savings. This leads Upa-Upa into questioning if his victory was worth this literal price he had to pay]].

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* [[spoiler:LukeIAmYourFather]]: LukeIAmYourFather: [[spoiler:The FinalBoss of the first game is none other than Opa-Opa's long lost father. This leads Opa-Opa into questioning if his victory [[WasItReallyWorthIt was worth this price he had to pay]]]].
** [[ParodiedTrope Parodied]] in [[spoiler: Upa-Upa's ending in Opa-Opa Bros. where he finds that [[spoiler:it it was in fact his mom who sent the Menon forces against him because he spent a hefty sum of his brother's savings. This leads Upa-Upa into questioning if his victory was worth this literal price he had to pay]].



* {{Retraux}}: ''Fantasy Zone II DX'' is built on the System16 hardware the original game used, with the only addition being some extra RAM. It's so authentic that many who see it don't realize that it came out in ''2008'' and not alongside the Master System original. It even works in MAME.

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* {{Retraux}}: ''Fantasy Zone II DX'' is built on the System16 [=System16=] hardware the original game used, with the only addition being some extra RAM. It's so authentic that many who see it don't realize that it came out in ''2008'' and not alongside the Master System original. It even works in MAME.
10th Apr '17 3:13:47 PM nombretomado
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The game had a few sequels as well: ''Fantasy Zone II'' for the Master System, ''Fantasy Zone Gear'' (or just ''Fantasy Zone'') for the UsefulNotes/GameGear, and ''Super Fantasy Zone'' for the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis. Additionally, there are two spinoff titles: ''Fantasy Zone: The Maze'' and ''Galactic Protector'' for the Master System. In 2008, a [[VideoGameRemake remake]] of ''Fantasy Zone II'', known [[FanNickname unofficially]] as ''Fantasy Zone II DX'', was issued in Japan as part of a CompilationRerelease, and Opa-Opa is a playable character in ''[[SegaSuperstars Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing]]''.

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The game had a few sequels as well: ''Fantasy Zone II'' for the Master System, ''Fantasy Zone Gear'' (or just ''Fantasy Zone'') for the UsefulNotes/GameGear, and ''Super Fantasy Zone'' for the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis. Additionally, there are two spinoff titles: ''Fantasy Zone: The Maze'' and ''Galactic Protector'' for the Master System. In 2008, a [[VideoGameRemake remake]] of ''Fantasy Zone II'', known [[FanNickname unofficially]] as ''Fantasy Zone II DX'', was issued in Japan as part of a CompilationRerelease, and Opa-Opa is a playable character in ''[[SegaSuperstars ''[[VideoGame/SegaSuperstars Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing]]''.
24th Oct '16 5:24:12 PM nombretomado
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The game had a few sequels as well: ''Fantasy Zone II'' for the Master System, ''Fantasy Zone Gear'' (or just ''Fantasy Zone'') for the GameGear, and ''Super Fantasy Zone'' for the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis. Additionally, there are two spinoff titles: ''Fantasy Zone: The Maze'' and ''Galactic Protector'' for the Master System. In 2008, a [[VideoGameRemake remake]] of ''Fantasy Zone II'', known [[FanNickname unofficially]] as ''Fantasy Zone II DX'', was issued in Japan as part of a CompilationRerelease, and Opa-Opa is a playable character in ''[[SegaSuperstars Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing]]''.

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The game had a few sequels as well: ''Fantasy Zone II'' for the Master System, ''Fantasy Zone Gear'' (or just ''Fantasy Zone'') for the GameGear, UsefulNotes/GameGear, and ''Super Fantasy Zone'' for the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis. Additionally, there are two spinoff titles: ''Fantasy Zone: The Maze'' and ''Galactic Protector'' for the Master System. In 2008, a [[VideoGameRemake remake]] of ''Fantasy Zone II'', known [[FanNickname unofficially]] as ''Fantasy Zone II DX'', was issued in Japan as part of a CompilationRerelease, and Opa-Opa is a playable character in ''[[SegaSuperstars Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing]]''.
2nd Dec '15 3:57:26 PM BSonirachi
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** [[spoiler:''Super Fantasy Zone'' ends with Opa-Opa defeating the Dark Master, but is now haunted by the Dark Master's final words: "What you can see, will not be all that prevails in the world."]]


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** [[spoiler:The first phase of ''Super Fantasy Zone'''s final boss is a bigger version of Opa-Opa who attacks with the same weapons, only bigger.]]
1st Dec '15 4:08:08 PM totoofze47
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* BulletHell: ''Link Loop Land'' is absolutely ''loaded'' with enemies and their projectiles.

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* BulletHell: ''Link Loop Land'' is absolutely ''loaded'' with enemies and their projectiles. Said enemies and projectiles also become more plentiful in NewGamePlus, especially if you manage to survive to reach more playthroughs.
1st Dec '15 2:02:38 PM eneuman96
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* ShoutOut: One of the "bomb" weapons you can buy is a [[Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus 16-ton weight.]]
29th Nov '15 6:00:38 PM nombretomado
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''Fantasy Zone'' is a horizontally-scrolling ShootEmUp made by {{Sega}}. You control a ship called Opa-Opa, and have to bomb a set number of targets in each stage. Once these are destroyed, a boss will appear, which will have to be defeated to move on to the next stage.

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''Fantasy Zone'' is a horizontally-scrolling ShootEmUp made by {{Sega}}.Creator/{{Sega}}. You control a ship called Opa-Opa, and have to bomb a set number of targets in each stage. Once these are destroyed, a boss will appear, which will have to be defeated to move on to the next stage.



The game had a few sequels as well: ''Fantasy Zone II'' for the Master System, ''Fantasy Zone Gear'' (or just ''Fantasy Zone'') for the GameGear, and ''Super Fantasy Zone'' for the SegaGenesis. Additionally, there are two spinoff titles: ''Fantasy Zone: The Maze'' and ''Galactic Protector'' for the Master System. In 2008, a [[VideoGameRemake remake]] of ''Fantasy Zone II'', known [[FanNickname unofficially]] as ''Fantasy Zone II DX'', was issued in Japan as part of a CompilationRerelease, and Opa-Opa is a playable character in ''[[SegaSuperstars Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing]]''.

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The game had a few sequels as well: ''Fantasy Zone II'' for the Master System, ''Fantasy Zone Gear'' (or just ''Fantasy Zone'') for the GameGear, and ''Super Fantasy Zone'' for the SegaGenesis.UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis. Additionally, there are two spinoff titles: ''Fantasy Zone: The Maze'' and ''Galactic Protector'' for the Master System. In 2008, a [[VideoGameRemake remake]] of ''Fantasy Zone II'', known [[FanNickname unofficially]] as ''Fantasy Zone II DX'', was issued in Japan as part of a CompilationRerelease, and Opa-Opa is a playable character in ''[[SegaSuperstars Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing]]''.
17th Nov '15 2:04:35 PM totoofze47
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* CuteEmUp

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* CuteEmUpCuteEmUp: One of the {{Trope Maker}}s, along with Konami's ''VideoGame/TwinBee''.
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