History VideoGame / GloryOfHeracles

31st Dec '16 9:54:56 PM Ryan914
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* AsLongAsThereIsEvil: [[spoiler: Atropos at the end of IV explains that those monsters you and Plato fought cannot be sealed again since Pandora's Box is now completely buried under the remains of Atlantis and that humans will have to now deal with them.]]


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* MonsterOfTheWeek: In IV, Throughout the game, with each major town you travel to, the townspeople are affected by the fiend who has taken over the location. [[spoiler: Lethargy makes it so that Travel Wings cannot be made, Fear makes the Spartans unable to fight, Hate makes the Persians wage war against the Greeks by affecting the King and prevents the construction of the submarine.]]
31st Dec '16 9:38:19 PM Ryan914
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* Reincarnation: [[spoiler: This is pretty much how the cycle of life works in this series, those that die go to Hades, and drink from Lethe to have their memories erased and then sent back as new life.]]


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** In ''Glory of Heracles IV'' It is revealed early on by the Moirae that the Protagonist and Plato have had their threads of fate erased. [[spoiler: Epipha however has just been reincarnated numerous times by cutting deals with Charon to not have her memories erased, she has been through countless iterations of life over 9,000 years, with her most recent incarnation as Palis, the attendant of the King of Greece.]][[spoiler: Also Arlmoa was possessed by one of the evils of Pandora's Box; Revenge and that he can do the same thing you and Plato can]]


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* TimeSkip: [[spoiler: In 4, You and Plato jump 9000 years into the future after being thrown into Pandora's Box, Heracles is waiting at what is left of Atlantis]]
26th Oct '16 7:40:25 PM Nicoaln
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** Then again... it's copies are fragile and thus can be Overkilled for MP Recovery...
*** Yes, but that's the first time a boss does something of the sort. It gets players by surprise and not everyone understand the trick on the first go.

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** Then again... it's copies are fragile and thus can be Overkilled for MP Recovery...
*** Yes,
Recovery, but that's the first time a boss does something of the sort. It gets most players won't actually ''know'' they can do that by surprise and not everyone understand the trick on the first go.this point.
11th Jul '16 12:11:55 PM CyrenaPeleman
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* ThemeNaming: From the DS version, the 3 parts of Oceanus. [[spoiler: Arnos, Axios, and Agon.]]

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* ThemeNaming: From the DS version, the 3 parts of Oceanus. [[spoiler: Arnos, Axios, and Agon. Notice that the last one doesn't have an "S".]]
2nd May '16 10:05:56 AM GunarmDyne
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* TakeThat: On the DS game, when it is first suggested the amnesiac hero comes up with an alias, Leucos suggests [[VideoGame/KidIcarus Pit]]. Axios' response amounts to, "What kind of name is that? It doesn't even sound Greek!".

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* TakeThat: On the DS game, when it is first suggested the amnesiac hero comes up with an alias, Leucos suggests [[VideoGame/KidIcarus Pit]]. Axios' response amounts to, "What kind of name is that? It doesn't even sound Greek!". Doubly funny as the hero [[spoiler: ''is'' Icarus, or rather a clone of him. It's complex.]]
1st Apr '16 1:20:20 PM GunarmDyne
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* ToHellAndBack: In the third game: outside of the first incident, there are holes to the underworld all over the place. Jump in, find a treasure chest, and hop on a geyser to pop right out.
** In the 4th game, Hades sends the party to Tartarus, however unlike the 3rd game, there's a secret exit.



* ToHellAndBack: In the third game: outside of the first incident, there are holes to the underworld all over the place. Jump in, find a treasure chest, and hop on a geyser to pop right out.
** In the 4th game, Hades sends the party to Tartarus, however unlike the 3rd game, there's a secret exit.

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* ToHellAndBack: In TookALevelInBadass: Axios in the third game: outside of DS game after [[spoiler:fusing with Agon]]. He gets a massive power boost to go along with his new, muscular build, and his attack patterns- especially with a bow- display the first incident, there are holes to the underworld all over the place. Jump in, find confidence of a treasure chest, and hop on a geyser to pop right out.
** In the 4th game, Hades sends the party to Tartarus, however unlike the 3rd game, there's a secret exit.
battle-forged warrior.
30th Dec '15 6:39:07 PM jormis29
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* PandorasBox: Appears in the 4th game.



* PublicDomainArtifact: Pandora's Box in the 4th game.
9th Dec '15 3:16:06 AM GastonRabbit
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* RegionalBonus: Japanese publications, such as Famitsu, commented on how sluggish combat was in the DS game. Nintendo and Paon responded by speeding it up in the North American version.
22nd Oct '15 9:50:29 PM CyrenaPeleman
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** In the DS game, the Hero is [[spoiler: Daedalus' son and thus, Icarus. Or a marionette.]] Leucos is [[spoiler: Piazza's older half-sister who was granted immortality by Prometheus.]] Axios is [[spoiler: a third of the titan Oceanus, the others being Arnos and Agon.]] Heracles is [[spoiler: Iphicles, the REAL Heracles' brother.]] Eris is [[spoiler: Prometheus' amnesic wife.]] And General Heracles is [[spoiler: Daedalus, the Hero's father.]] Whew!

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** In the DS game, the Hero is [[spoiler: Daedalus' son and thus, Icarus. Or a marionette.]] Leucos is [[spoiler: Piazza's older half-sister who was granted immortality by Prometheus.]] Axios is [[spoiler: a third of the titan Oceanus, the others being Arnos and Agon.]] Heracles is [[spoiler: Iphicles, the REAL Heracles' brother.]] Eris is [[spoiler: Prometheus' amnesic wife.]] And General Heracles is [[spoiler: Daedalus, the Hero's father.]] Whew!
4th May '15 12:54:00 PM nombretomado
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The first two games in the series, available on the [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem Famicom]] are pretty much just straight-up ''DragonQuest'' [[FollowTheLeader clones]], although the complete and total focus on GreekMythology (right down to using the proper Greek name of Greek mythology's legendary hero) was and is unique for the genre. The latest title, released for the NintendoDS, includes light strategy elements, making the game feel similar to ''VideoGame/GoldenSun''.

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The first two games in the series, available on the [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem Famicom]] are pretty much just straight-up ''DragonQuest'' [[FollowTheLeader clones]], although the complete and total focus on GreekMythology Myth/GreekMythology (right down to using the proper Greek name of Greek mythology's legendary hero) was and is unique for the genre. The latest title, released for the NintendoDS, includes light strategy elements, making the game feel similar to ''VideoGame/GoldenSun''.



* GreekMythology: Gyeah, boyee!

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* GreekMythology: Myth/GreekMythology: Gyeah, boyee!
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