History VideoGame / FreedomForce

6th Jan '17 5:12:00 PM nombretomado
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''Freedom Force'' has a small but active community of modders based at [[http://freedomreborn.net/forums/index.php Freedom Reborn]], the [[http://www.fundamentzero.com/ Strangers mod]] is as long as the full game and arguably better. There was also an ImageComics miniseries based on the first game, with scattered references to the second. In no way related to the Marvel superhero team.

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''Freedom Force'' has a small but active community of modders based at [[http://freedomreborn.net/forums/index.php Freedom Reborn]], the [[http://www.fundamentzero.com/ Strangers mod]] is as long as the full game and arguably better. There was also an ImageComics Creator/ImageComics miniseries based on the first game, with scattered references to the second. In no way related to the Marvel superhero team.
16th Dec '16 5:32:17 AM starofjusticev21
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* PersonalityPowers: True to the '60's ClicheStorm, most characters have Energy X abilities that are related to their personality in some way. Their defining personality traits also tend to become a lot stronger after being infused with Energy X.

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* PersonalityPowers: True to the '60's ClicheStorm, most characters have Energy X abilities that are related to their personality in some way.way, as even exposited in an early cutscene. Their defining personality traits also tend to become a lot stronger after being infused with Energy X.
27th Nov '16 8:37:01 AM Psychopompos007
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The sequel received a pulp-themed mod named ''VideoGame/PulpAdventures''.
26th Nov '16 3:02:04 PM Psychopompos007
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* ShoutOut: In the sequel, the Nazis sometimes say "[[VideoGame/Wolfenstein3D Mein Leben!]]" when they die.
25th Nov '16 3:20:25 AM Psychopompos007
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* AscendedFanboy: Liberty Lad.
** The Bard is a real life example: He was the winning entry of a character creation contest.



* TheAtoner: Man-Bot



* ArbitraryHeadcountLimit: You can't control more than four heroes in a given mission.
* AscendedFanboy:
** Liberty Lad is a teenager fan of the Freedom Force, who followed them during one of their missions and was severely wounded in the fight which ensued. He gained powers after receiving a blood transfusion from Minuteman.
** The Bard is a real life example: He was the winning entry of a character creation contest.
* TheAtoner: Man-Bot.



* RealTimeWithPause
* RealityWarper: Entropy.

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* RealTimeWithPause
RealTimeWithPause: The game is paused when hitting spacebar or opening the ability tab, allowing to give orders to the team. Note that options allow to replace the actual pause by a slow-mode.
* RealityWarper: RealityWarper:
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Entropy.



* RequiredPartyMember: At characters' selection during the briefing, thre's often at least one forced party member, required for plot reason. On the same time, a party member is often locked out of the mission, sometimes for logical reasons (of course you won't be able to hire Minuteman in the mission where he has been captured!), sometimes because he[=/=]she'll act as mission control.



* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: You can run up and smack pretty much every civilian, who go flying away with a hilariously pathetic scream. Bonus points if they hit a building and cause it to collapse.
** The only downside is that civilian kills and building collapses will count against your Prestige for completing objectives and your villain kills, which is spent to recruit optional heroes during the campaign. And considering that you can get "Robot Killer" Man O'War and "Lil' Mook Destroyer" Bullet this way, it's best left to skirmish.
*** Fun fact: For some reason, picking up a car that just drove up to you and stopped (clearly implying that there was a driver inside) and throwing it at other cars (which also presumably have drivers inside) has no impact on your prestige at all. Have fun!

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* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: VideoGameCrueltyPotential:
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You can run up and smack pretty much every civilian, who go flying away with a hilariously pathetic scream. Bonus points if they hit a building and cause it to collapse.
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collapse. [[VideoGameCrueltyPunishment The only downside is that civilian kills and building collapses will count against your Prestige for completing objectives and your villain kills, which is spent to recruit optional heroes during the campaign.campaign]]. And considering that you can get "Robot Killer" Man O'War and "Lil' Mook Destroyer" Bullet this way, it's best left to skirmish.
*** ** Fun fact: For some reason, picking up a car that just drove up to you and stopped (clearly implying that there was a driver inside) and throwing it at other cars (which also presumably have drivers inside) has no impact on your prestige at all. Have fun!
22nd Nov '16 4:30:16 AM Psychopompos007
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* PublicDomainSoundtrack: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8i0f18ra-E0 The sequel menu's theme]] is a cover of a looping segment of the German march "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYZJqSDZWxU Kaiser Wilhelm Siegesmarsch]]".

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* PublicDomainSoundtrack: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8i0f18ra-E0 The sequel menu's theme]] is a cover of a looping segment of the German military march "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYZJqSDZWxU Kaiser Wilhelm Siegesmarsch]]".
22nd Nov '16 4:28:38 AM Psychopompos007
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* PublicDomainSoundtrack: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8i0f18ra-E0 The sequel menu's theme]] is a cover of a looping segment of the German march "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYZJqSDZWxU Kaiser Wilhelm Siegesmarsch]]".
6th Sep '16 6:58:16 AM Richie_Adler
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** MakingASplash: Manówar. Water powers do physical damage in this game.

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** MakingASplash: Manówar.Man O'War. Water powers do physical damage in this game.



** FunctionalMagic: Alchemiss, Quetzalcoatl and Red October and her minions. It's used mainly for debuffs, while Quetzacoatl can also buff and heal allies with it. Offensive magical powers do energy damage.

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** FunctionalMagic: Alchemiss, Quetzalcoatl and Red October and her minions. It's used mainly for debuffs, while Quetzacoatl Quetzalcoatl can also buff and heal allies with it. Offensive magical powers do energy damage.
18th Jul '16 9:09:52 AM Morgenthaler
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Blitzkrieg, the BigBad of ''Third Reich''. [[spoiler:To protect his base, he uses the "barrier" method used by Nuclear Winter in the beginning of the game but removing the weakness that allowed the heroes to cross it (making it go underground, so that the Ant can't burrow underneath it. When the protagonists manage to enter the base (by travelling further back in time to set a bomb in the barrier generator), instead of facing them directly, Blitzkrieg instead creates portals to the future from which he summons endless waves of mooks to overpower them. Only when Alchemiss manages to reverse time and order the protagonists to destroy the machines that create the portals (which were previously ''invisible'') and thus is left with no other options does Blitzkrieg engage the team directly.]]
** Don't forget, when the team goes [[spoiler:back in time to plant the bomb in the barrier generator, he doubles the amount of guards in past, which means the guards in present get doubled too. He also launches several new weapons.]]
27th Jun '16 7:00:22 PM starofjusticev21
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** There's the very British Blackjack (who even has an attack called Biff for Blighty) and the very French Tricolour in the sequel.

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** There's the [[IAmVeryBritish very British British]] Blackjack (who even has an attack called Biff for Blighty) and the very French Tricolour in the sequel.
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