History VideoGame / Fixeight

4th Feb '16 3:07:42 AM GrammarNavi
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''Fixeight'' is a [[ActionGame run-and-gun]] {{arcade game}} made by Toaplan in 1992. It is the SpiritualSequel to ''VideoGame/OutZone''

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''Fixeight'' is a [[ActionGame run-and-gun]] {{arcade UsefulNotes/{{arcade game}} made by Toaplan in 1992. It is the SpiritualSequel to ''VideoGame/OutZone''
27th Sep '14 6:19:58 PM Skyknight
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* RecursiveAmmo: Agatha's forward shot. She shoots out large rockets that split into a swarm of homing missiles. Problem is that she can't fire very rapidly, and the split won't occur if the initial attack hits a wall before splitting.
27th Sep '14 6:11:48 PM Skyknight
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[[ExcusePlot The plot is rather simple]]: Your character is sent to the alien planet Pil to destroy it.

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[[ExcusePlot The plot is rather simple]]: Your character is sent to the alien planet Pil Fortune to destroy it.
it, and with it the Gozzu invasion of our universe.



* BoxedCrook: The player-characters were all imprisoned for various reasons (space piracy, desolating entire planets, wrong side of a political upheaval, etc.). Their jailers, however, decided that Pil was a ''much'' worse threat, and released the prisoners on them.

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* BoxedCrook: The player-characters were all imprisoned for various reasons (space piracy, desolating entire planets, wrong side of a political upheaval, etc.). Their jailers, however, decided that Pil was the Gozzu were a ''much'' worse threat, and released the prisoners on them.



* DoppelgangerAttack: Ziguragi has this as his special weapon, which creates three ninja clones that follow him. They aim at enemies and fires rapid shurikens.

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* DoppelgangerAttack: Ziguragi has this as his special weapon, which creates three ninja clones that follow him. They aim at enemies and fires rapid shurikens.shuriken.
21st Jun '13 4:26:57 PM SeptimusHeap
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* MovesetClone: Both Howard Young and Lucy Pamela share the same attacks. The differences are mostly cosmetic.



* RyuAndKen: Both Howard Young and Lucy Pamela share the same attacks. The differences are mostly cosmetic.
4th Feb '13 9:12:58 AM Arha
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* BadassAutomaton: GX 026.

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* BadassAutomaton: {{Badass}}: GX 026.
13th Dec '12 10:00:15 AM sithlordservo
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As a follow-up to ''Out Zone'', Fixeight fixes many of the problems that its prequel had. The main gimmick of the game are the eight unique characters, each of which have different weapons in their arsenal.


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As a follow-up to ''Out Zone'', Fixeight fixes many of the problems that its prequel predecessor had. The main gimmick of the game are the eight unique characters, each of which have different weapons in their arsenal.

17th Aug '12 8:34:50 AM Skyknight
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''Fixeight'' is a [[ActionGame run-and-gun]] {{arcade game}} made by Toaplan in 1992. It is the sequel to ''VideoGame/OutZone''

[[ExcusePlot The plot is rather simple]]: Your character is sent to an alien planet to destroy it.

As a sequel to ''Out Zone'', Fixeight fixes many of the problems that its prequel had. The main gimmick of the game are the eight unique characters, each of which have different weapons in their arsenal.


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''Fixeight'' is a [[ActionGame run-and-gun]] {{arcade game}} made by Toaplan in 1992. It is the sequel SpiritualSequel to ''VideoGame/OutZone''

[[ExcusePlot The plot is rather simple]]: Your character is sent to an the alien planet Pil to destroy it.

As a sequel follow-up to ''Out Zone'', Fixeight fixes many of the problems that its prequel had. The main gimmick of the game are the eight unique characters, each of which have different weapons in their arsenal.




* BaitAndSwitchBoss: The third boss is what appears to be some kind of ship... which gets shot into two by the ''real'' boss' laser cannon.
* BittersweetEnding: While most of the characters get happy endings, some of them do not. Agatha manages to have children, but gets killed by a slum boy.

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* BaitAndSwitchBoss: The third boss is what appears to be some kind of ship... which which, once it suffers enough damage, gets shot into two by the ''real'' boss' boss's laser cannon.
* BittersweetEnding: While most of the characters get happy endings, some of them do not. Agatha manages to have children, but gets killed by a slum boy. At 25.



* BoxedCrook: The player-characters were all imprisoned for various reasons (space piracy, desolating entire planets, wrong side of a political upheaval, etc.). Their jailers, however, decided that Pil was a ''much'' worse threat, and released the prisoners on them.



* DivergentCharacterEvolution: And how! From one type of player in '' VideoGame/OutZone'', to eight different selectable characters in this game.

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* DivergentCharacterEvolution: And how! From one type of player in '' VideoGame/OutZone'', to eight different selectable characters in this game. Even if two of them are just sprite swaps of each other.



* WolfpackBoss: The first boss has you fight against three flying machines. Each of them have different attacks.

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* WolfpackBoss: The first boss has you fight against three flying machines. Each of them have different attacks.machines, each with one shared-among-them-all attack and one unique attack.
7th Jun '12 8:13:00 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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Fixeight is a [[ActionGame run-and-gun]] {{arcade game}} made by Toaplan in 1992. It is the sequel to ''VideoGame/OutZone''

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Fixeight ''Fixeight'' is a [[ActionGame run-and-gun]] {{arcade game}} made by Toaplan in 1992. It is the sequel to ''VideoGame/OutZone''



* DivergentCharacterEvolution: And how! From one type of player in ''OutZone'', to eight different selectable characters in this game.

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* DivergentCharacterEvolution: And how! From one type of player in ''OutZone'', '' VideoGame/OutZone'', to eight different selectable characters in this game.



* EvenBetterSequel: Fixeight solves many of the problems that ''VideoGame/OutZone'' had. The player no longer respawns at a check point, the difficulty is toned down, there is no energy bar that constantly depletes, and the level pacing is better.
4th May '12 8:18:10 AM ironcommando
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As a sequel to ''Out Zone'', Fixeight fixes many of the problems that its prequel had. The player no longer respawns at a check point, the difficulty is toned down, and the level pacing is better. However, the main gimmick of the game are the eight unique characters, each of which have different weapons in their arsenal.


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As a sequel to ''Out Zone'', Fixeight fixes many of the problems that its prequel had. The player no longer respawns at a check point, the difficulty is toned down, and the level pacing is better. However, the main gimmick of the game are the eight unique characters, each of which have different weapons in their arsenal.



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* EvenBetterSequel: Fixeight solves many of the problems that ''VideoGame/OutZone'' had. The player no longer respawns at a check point, the difficulty is toned down, there is no energy bar that constantly depletes, and the level pacing is better.


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* StalkedByTheBell: Take too long to complete a level and two spikeballs will come up from the bottom of the screen. They can be destroyed, but they will get you unless you are near the top.
4th May '12 7:51:12 AM ironcommando
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* BossArenaUrgency: The fourth boss. The floor will crumble apart in a sequence, and you have to avoid falling into the pits. The good news is that the floor will reappear again shortly.
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