History VideoGame / GoldenAxe

5th Feb '16 4:57:28 AM GrammarNavi
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** Kain Grinder and Sarah Barn from ''Golden Axe III'' are so similar to Ax and Tyris that (thanks to the game's lack of an overseas version until the {{P|layStation2}}S2 compilation) most people mistake them for their predecessors.
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** Kain Grinder and Sarah Barn from ''Golden Axe III'' are so similar to Ax and Tyris that (thanks to the game's lack of an overseas version until the {{P|layStation2}}S2 UsefulNotes/{{P|layStation2}}S2 compilation) most people mistake them for their predecessors.
5th Feb '16 4:47:34 AM GrammarNavi
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* ''Golden Axe: Beast Rider'' -- 2008 (UsefulNotes/PlayStation3, UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}}) -- A semi-reboot which featured Tyris Flare as the main protagonist as she confronts and ultimately defeats Death Adder. [[FranchiseKiller It... kinda tanked.]]
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* ''Golden Axe: Beast Rider'' -- 2008 (UsefulNotes/PlayStation3, UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}}) UsefulNotes/XBox360) -- A semi-reboot which featured Tyris Flare as the main protagonist as she confronts and ultimately defeats Death Adder. [[FranchiseKiller It... kinda tanked.]]

** Also Chicken-leg's attack from the first game is seemingly this. Especially if it's done on [[UnderwearOfPower Ax Battler]] and [[ChainmailBikini Tyris Flare]], the attack looks like whipping their lower body, [[http://images.plurk.com/m74K-1msCvflXkPet4uSDojIgA5.jpg close to their sensitive area]]. It's perhaps slightly easier to be seen in the PS2 remake. And that attack even knock down your character despite the damage is quite weaker than any {{Mook|s}}'s normal combo attack (The attack took about 7 hits to lose one of your life bars.)
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** Also Chicken-leg's attack from the first game is seemingly this. Especially if it's done on [[UnderwearOfPower Ax Battler]] and [[ChainmailBikini Tyris Flare]], the attack looks like whipping their lower body, [[http://images.plurk.com/m74K-1msCvflXkPet4uSDojIgA5.jpg close to their sensitive area]]. It's perhaps slightly easier to be seen in the PS2 [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 PS2]] remake. And that attack even knock down your character despite the damage is quite weaker than any {{Mook|s}}'s normal combo attack (The attack took about 7 hits to lose one of your life bars.)
27th Dec '15 10:20:39 PM Saurubiker
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The Genesis and arcade sequels are different continuities.
* ''Golden Axe III'' -- 1993 (Mega Drive; released in the U.S. and Europe on download services and compilations only; re-released worldwide via Xbox LIVE Arcade) -- Taking place between ''II'' and ''Revenge'', a warlord named Damned Hellstrike took Golden Axe and brainwashed four warriors trying to stop him: the mercenary Kain Grinder, traveling entertainer Sarah Barns, giant Proud Cragger and panther man Chronos 'Evil' Lait. Gillius saved one or two of them and it's up to the saved warrior to save the rest, defeat Hellstrike and reclaim Golden Axe.
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* ''Golden Axe III'' -- 1993 (Mega Drive; released in the U.S. and Europe on download services and compilations only; re-released worldwide via Xbox LIVE Arcade) -- Taking place between ''II'' and ''Revenge'', years after the events of ''II'', a warlord named Damned Hellstrike took Golden Axe and brainwashed four warriors trying to stop him: the mercenary Kain Grinder, traveling entertainer Sarah Barns, giant Proud Cragger and panther man Chronos 'Evil' Lait. Gillius saved one or two of them and it's up to the saved warrior to save the rest, defeat Hellstrike and reclaim Golden Axe.
13th Dec '15 6:27:45 AM ChrisX
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** ''Revenge of Death Adder'' as well: Death Adder is put down for good and the land is safe again... [[spoiler:at cost of Gillius being KilledOffForReal due to his HeroicSacrifice, where he can finally join the spirits of Ax and Tyris after outliving them due to being a dwarf, but obviously leaving behind all the other warriors he guided, from this game and even ''III''.]]
7th Dec '15 5:03:07 AM ChrisX
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* ''Golden Axe II'' -- 1991 (Mega Drive/Genesis, Xbox LIVE Arcade) * ''Golden Axe: The Revenge of Death Adder'' - 1992 (Arcade) * ''Golden Axe III'' -- 1993 (Mega Drive; released in the U.S. and Europe on download services and compilations only; re-released worldwide via Xbox LIVE Arcade)
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* ''Golden Axe II'' -- 1991 (Mega Drive/Genesis, Xbox LIVE Arcade) Arcade) -- Plays similarly with the first game. The original trio Ax, Tyris and Gillius return to free the land from the clutches of a new evil under Dark Guld that has taken the Golden Axe. * ''Golden Axe: The Revenge of Death Adder'' - 1992 (Arcade) (Arcade) -- Boasts a 4-player feature. As Death Adder returns, only Gillius returned (being really old) and riding the giant Goah, he recruits the barbarian Stern Blade, centaur Dora and halfling Trix to stop Death Adder. * ''Golden Axe III'' -- 1993 (Mega Drive; released in the U.S. and Europe on download services and compilations only; re-released worldwide via Xbox LIVE Arcade)Arcade) -- Taking place between ''II'' and ''Revenge'', a warlord named Damned Hellstrike took Golden Axe and brainwashed four warriors trying to stop him: the mercenary Kain Grinder, traveling entertainer Sarah Barns, giant Proud Cragger and panther man Chronos 'Evil' Lait. Gillius saved one or two of them and it's up to the saved warrior to save the rest, defeat Hellstrike and reclaim Golden Axe.

* ''Golden Axe: Beast Rider'' -- 2008 (UsefulNotes/PlayStation3, UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}})
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* ''Golden Axe: Beast Rider'' -- 2008 (UsefulNotes/PlayStation3, UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}}) 360}}) -- A semi-reboot which featured Tyris Flare as the main protagonist as she confronts and ultimately defeats Death Adder. [[FranchiseKiller It... kinda tanked.]]
29th Nov '15 7:02:40 PM nombretomado
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''Golden Axe'', originally released for the arcades in 1989, is a side-scrolling BeatEmUp by Creator/{{Sega}} set in a fantasy world. Notable for being one of the earliest arcade ports for the SegaGenesis.
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''Golden Axe'', originally released for the arcades in 1989, is a side-scrolling BeatEmUp by Creator/{{Sega}} set in a fantasy world. Notable for being one of the earliest arcade ports for the SegaGenesis. UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis.
19th Nov '15 4:53:53 AM ChrisX
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* DamnYouMuscleMemory: In ''III'', while using Sarah, it is not uncommon to throw her sword (Forward, Back, Forward, Attack + Jump) when you meant to do her roundhouse kick (Forward, Attack + Jump). Especially after you have just changed the direction she's facing.
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* DamnYouMuscleMemory: In ''III'', while using Sarah, it is not uncommon to throw her sword (Forward, Back, Forward, Attack + Jump) when you meant to do her roundhouse kick (Forward, Attack + Jump). Especially after you have just changed the direction she's facing. Of course, if you're instead using Chronos, you'd be happy instead because this unleashes his GameBreaker charge. Just hope that you don't dash right into a BottomlessPit that removes a chunk of your HP. Thankfully, there's only a few of them.
27th Aug '15 4:50:13 AM YZQ
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* BoringButPractical: Sarah in 3 has a flying double kick. Deals just about as much as a normal jumping slash, but is unblockable and doesn't require complicated button input. If the enemy is particularly block-happy, she can break through their defenses with that.
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* BoringButPractical: Sarah in 3 ''III'' has a flying mid-air double kick. Deals just about as much as a normal jumping slash, but is unblockable fast and doesn't require complicated button input. If the enemy is particularly block-happy, she can reliably break through their defenses with that.
27th Aug '15 4:24:41 AM YZQ
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* AllThereInTheManual: The names of the characters (including the heroes) in ''Golden Axe III'' are -only- in the manual, and the game was only released in Japan originally. This also applies to the enemy characters in ''II''.
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* AllThereInTheManual: The names of the characters (including the heroes) in ''Golden Axe III'' are -only- found in the manual, and the game was manual is only released in Japan originally.Japanese. This also applies to the enemy characters in ''II''.
27th Aug '15 1:29:53 AM YZQ
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* KickChick: Downplayed in ''III''. While Sarah doesn't exclusively use kicks, her single most damaging move is a kick, her dash attack is a kick, she can kick while in mid-air, and her "low blow" attack is a trip with her leg.
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* KickChick: Downplayed in ''III''. While Sarah doesn't exclusively use kicks, her single most damaging move is a roundhouse kick, her dash attack is a kick, she can kick while in mid-air, her grapple attack is a groin kick and her "low blow" attack is a sliding trip with her leg.
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