History VideoGame / Genji

5th Feb '16 4:37:09 AM GrammarNavi
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* ''Genji: Dawn of the Samurai'' - 2005, {{PlayStation 2}}
* ''Genji: Days of the Blade'' - 2006, {{PlayStation 3}}

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* ''Genji: Dawn of the Samurai'' - 2005, {{PlayStation 2}}
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* ''Genji: Days of the Blade'' - 2006, {{PlayStation 3}}
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17th Dec '15 6:44:47 PM Discar
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* MacGuffinGirl: Lady Shizuka, the only person capable of using the Yosegane ritual, which merge two Amahagane together making them stronger. The Heishi plan to use Yosegane to fuse all their Amahagane in order to create a Super powerful one. [[spoiler: they succeed in the end.]]

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* MacGuffinGirl: MacGuffinSuperPerson: Lady Shizuka, the only person capable of using the Yosegane ritual, which merge two Amahagane together making them stronger. The Heishi plan to use Yosegane to fuse all their Amahagane in order to create a Super powerful one. [[spoiler: they succeed in the end.]]
14th Sep '15 1:57:50 PM HighCrate
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* FatBastard: Kiyomori.

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* %%* FatBastard: Kiyomori.



* FragileSpeedster: Yoshitsune. He's not very strong and has a low stamina, but he's very fast and can slice&dice enemies without being hit quite easly.

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* FragileSpeedster: Yoshitsune. He's not very strong and He has a low stamina, but he's very fast and can slice&dice enemies without being hit quite easly.easily.
10th Jan '15 7:10:20 PM WanderingTedium
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Although it's quite a humble-seeming series, you may know the game better as its second installment being the ashun game featured in Sony's infamous E3 2006 conference featuring [[ArtisticLicenseHistory battles with giant crabs that took place in ancient Japan]].

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Although it's quite a humble-seeming series, you may know the game better as its second installment being the ashun game featured in Sony's infamous E3 2006 conference featuring [[ArtisticLicenseHistory battles with giant crabs that took place in ancient Japan]].
14th Dec '14 4:53:08 AM Androgeos
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Although it's quite a humble-seeming series, you may know the game better as its second installment being the one featured in Sony's infamous E3 2006 conference featuring [[ArtisticLicenseHistory battles with giant crabs that took place in ancient Japan]].

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Although it's quite a humble-seeming series, you may know the game better as its second installment being the one ashun game featured in Sony's infamous E3 2006 conference featuring [[ArtisticLicenseHistory battles with giant crabs that took place in ancient Japan]].
3rd Dec '14 4:47:13 PM TARINunit9
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* GiantEnemyCrab: Yeah, all right: [[AttackItsWeakPoint you know]] [[ForMassiveDamage what to do.]]. None of them appeared in ''Dawn of the Samurai'' though.

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* GiantEnemyCrab: Yeah, all right: [[AttackItsWeakPoint you know]] [[ForMassiveDamage what to do.]].do]]. None of them appeared in ''Dawn of the Samurai'' though.



* VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory - Story is based on Japanese history and battles which took...actually took place in ancient Japan.

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* VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory - Story is based on Japanese history and battles [[MemeticMutation which took...took... actually took place in ancient Japan.Japan]]. Nevermind all the supernatural monsters running around.
1st Dec '13 5:25:03 PM murex
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* ForMassiveDamage - Why you attack it's weak point.

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* ForMassiveDamage - Why you attack it's its weak point.
12th Oct '13 10:21:07 PM Specialist290
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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: The series in general, and the second game in particular, was billed as being based on "ancient battles that actually took place in Japan." Aside from the obvious (and you should know what we're talking about by now), the stories the games are based on themselves took a few liberties with actual events.
31st Jul '13 4:07:39 PM Saurubiker
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* TheForeignSubtitle: The Japanese and European release of the first game was simply titled ''GENJI'' with no subtitle.
31st Jul '13 1:27:54 PM Saurubiker
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The series is loosely adapted from the classic Japanese novel ''TheTaleOfTheHeike'', which in turn was a romanticized account of the actual Genji and Heike war. The Taira clan has conquered Japan with the help of some magic stones called "Amahagane" (litt. Heavenly Steel) which grant great powers to their wielders. The young swordsman Yoshitsune finds out that he's the rightful heir of the Minamoto clan and with the help of the Amahagane, the Tamayoribito clan and Benkei he has to stop the villanous plans of the Taira and recover the Amahagane stones.

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The series is loosely adapted from the classic Japanese novel ''TheTaleOfTheHeike'', ''The Tale of the Heike'', which in turn was a romanticized account of the actual Genji and Heike war. The Taira clan has conquered Japan with the help of some magic stones called "Amahagane" (litt. Heavenly Steel) which grant great powers to their wielders. The young swordsman Yoshitsune finds out that he's the rightful heir of the Minamoto clan and with the help of the Amahagane, the Tamayoribito clan and Benkei he has to stop the villanous plans of the Taira and recover the Amahagane stones.
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