History VideoGame / GundemoniumSeries

19th Jan '16 6:28:26 PM nombretomado
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The entire trilogy has been localized outside of Japan by doujin publisher Rockin' Android on June 1st, 2010 with the ''Gundemonium Collection'', a compilation of the original pressings of the series in a single disc, fully translated into English, with a 24-page artbook that covers the entire series, and includes the series' original soundtracks. Rockin' Android later brought the series to PlayStation 3 as downloadable PlayStationNetwork games on June 15th, 2010. The PC version of the ''Gundemonium Collection'' later got [[UpdatedRerelease updated re-releases]] on {{Steam}} on September 27th, 2011 with a remastered soundtrack (DM Ashura of ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution'' and {{Beatmania}} fame remixed the ''Gundeadligne'' and ''Gundemonium Recollection'' soundtracks, while ''Hitogata Happa'''s soundtrack was remixed by [[http://www.furaffinity.net/user/woofle/ Woofle]]) and online co-operative play for ''Gundeadligne''. On June 26th, 2012, Steam Editions of the ''Gundemonium'' series later made its way to UsefulNotes/{{Desura}}, while at the time featured as part of the UsefulNotes/IndieRoyale Summer Bundle of 2012 along with ''[[{{SUGURI}} Acceleration of SUGURI X-Edition HD]]'', ''[[VideoGame/SeriousSam Serious Sam 2]]'', ''VideoGame/AirMech'', ''VideoGame/DinoRun SE'', ''Harvest: Massive Encounter'', and ''The Journey Down: Chapter 1''. On June 14th, 2012, Rockin' Android released both the original and arranged soundtracks of the ''Gundemonium'' series in digital form as an added bonus for those who purchase the Steam Edition re-release.

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The entire trilogy has been localized outside of Japan by doujin publisher Rockin' Android on June 1st, 2010 with the ''Gundemonium Collection'', a compilation of the original pressings of the series in a single disc, fully translated into English, with a 24-page artbook that covers the entire series, and includes the series' original soundtracks. Rockin' Android later brought the series to PlayStation 3 as downloadable PlayStationNetwork games on June 15th, 2010. The PC version of the ''Gundemonium Collection'' later got [[UpdatedRerelease updated re-releases]] on {{Steam}} UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} on September 27th, 2011 with a remastered soundtrack (DM Ashura of ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution'' and {{Beatmania}} fame remixed the ''Gundeadligne'' and ''Gundemonium Recollection'' soundtracks, while ''Hitogata Happa'''s soundtrack was remixed by [[http://www.furaffinity.net/user/woofle/ Woofle]]) and online co-operative play for ''Gundeadligne''. On June 26th, 2012, Steam Editions of the ''Gundemonium'' series later made its way to UsefulNotes/{{Desura}}, while at the time featured as part of the UsefulNotes/IndieRoyale Summer Bundle of 2012 along with ''[[{{SUGURI}} Acceleration of SUGURI X-Edition HD]]'', ''[[VideoGame/SeriousSam Serious Sam 2]]'', ''VideoGame/AirMech'', ''VideoGame/DinoRun SE'', ''Harvest: Massive Encounter'', and ''The Journey Down: Chapter 1''. On June 14th, 2012, Rockin' Android released both the original and arranged soundtracks of the ''Gundemonium'' series in digital form as an added bonus for those who purchase the Steam Edition re-release.
19th Oct '15 4:46:15 PM MarkLungo
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The entire trilogy has been localized outside of Japan by doujin publisher Rockin' Android on June 1st, 2010 with the ''Gundemonium Collection'', a compilation of the original pressings of the series in a single disc, fully translated into English, with a 24-page artbook that covers the entire series, and includes the series' original soundtracks. Rockin' Android later brought the series to PlayStation 3 as downloadable PlayStationNetwork games on June 15th, 2010. The PC version of the ''Gundemonium Collection'' later got [[UpdatedRerelease updated re-releases]] on {{Steam}} on September 27th, 2011 with a remastered soundtrack (DM Ashura of ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution'' and {{Beatmania}} fame remixed the ''Gundeadligne'' and ''Gundemonium Recollection'' soundtracks, while ''Hitogata Happa'''s soundtrack was remixed by [[http://www.furaffinity.net/user/woofle/ Woofle]]) and online co-operative play for ''Gundeadligne''. On June 26th, 2012, Steam Editions of the ''Gundemonium'' series later made its way to {{Desura}}, while at the time featured as part of the IndieRoyale Summer Bundle of 2012 along with ''[[{{SUGURI}} Acceleration of SUGURI X-Edition HD]]'', ''[[VideoGame/SeriousSam Serious Sam 2]]'', ''VideoGame/AirMech'', ''VideoGame/DinoRun SE'', ''Harvest: Massive Encounter'', and ''The Journey Down: Chapter 1''. On June 14th, 2012, Rockin' Android released both the original and arranged soundtracks of the ''Gundemonium'' series in digital form as an added bonus for those who purchase the Steam Edition re-release.

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The entire trilogy has been localized outside of Japan by doujin publisher Rockin' Android on June 1st, 2010 with the ''Gundemonium Collection'', a compilation of the original pressings of the series in a single disc, fully translated into English, with a 24-page artbook that covers the entire series, and includes the series' original soundtracks. Rockin' Android later brought the series to PlayStation 3 as downloadable PlayStationNetwork games on June 15th, 2010. The PC version of the ''Gundemonium Collection'' later got [[UpdatedRerelease updated re-releases]] on {{Steam}} on September 27th, 2011 with a remastered soundtrack (DM Ashura of ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution'' and {{Beatmania}} fame remixed the ''Gundeadligne'' and ''Gundemonium Recollection'' soundtracks, while ''Hitogata Happa'''s soundtrack was remixed by [[http://www.furaffinity.net/user/woofle/ Woofle]]) and online co-operative play for ''Gundeadligne''. On June 26th, 2012, Steam Editions of the ''Gundemonium'' series later made its way to {{Desura}}, UsefulNotes/{{Desura}}, while at the time featured as part of the IndieRoyale UsefulNotes/IndieRoyale Summer Bundle of 2012 along with ''[[{{SUGURI}} Acceleration of SUGURI X-Edition HD]]'', ''[[VideoGame/SeriousSam Serious Sam 2]]'', ''VideoGame/AirMech'', ''VideoGame/DinoRun SE'', ''Harvest: Massive Encounter'', and ''The Journey Down: Chapter 1''. On June 14th, 2012, Rockin' Android released both the original and arranged soundtracks of the ''Gundemonium'' series in digital form as an added bonus for those who purchase the Steam Edition re-release.
18th Jun '15 2:27:38 PM Morgenthaler
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The entire trilogy has been localized outside of Japan by doujin publisher Rockin' Android on June 1st, 2010 with the ''Gundemonium Collection'', a compilation of the original pressings of the series in a single disc, fully translated into English, with a 24-page artbook that covers the entire series, and includes the series' original soundtracks. Rockin' Android later brought the series to PlayStation 3 as downloadable PlayStationNetwork games on June 15th, 2010. The PC version of the ''Gundemonium Collection'' later got [[UpdatedRerelease updated re-releases]] on {{Steam}} on September 27th, 2011 with a remastered soundtrack (DM Ashura of ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution'' and {{Beatmania}} fame remixed the ''Gundeadligne'' and ''Gundemonium Recollection'' soundtracks, while ''Hitogata Happa'''s soundtrack was remixed by [[http://www.furaffinity.net/user/woofle/ Woofle]]) and online co-operative play for ''Gundeadligne''. On June 26th, 2012, Steam Editions of the ''Gundemonium'' series later made its way to {{Desura}}, while at the time featured as part of the IndieRoyale Summer Bundle of 2012 along with ''[[{{SUGURI}} Acceleration of SUGURI X-Edition HD]]'', ''[[VideoGame/SeriousSam Serious Sam 2]]'', ''VideoGame/AirMech'', ''DinoRun SE'', ''Harvest: Massive Encounter'', and ''The Journey Down: Chapter 1''. On June 14th, 2012, Rockin' Android released both the original and arranged soundtracks of the ''Gundemonium'' series in digital form as an added bonus for those who purchase the Steam Edition re-release.

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The entire trilogy has been localized outside of Japan by doujin publisher Rockin' Android on June 1st, 2010 with the ''Gundemonium Collection'', a compilation of the original pressings of the series in a single disc, fully translated into English, with a 24-page artbook that covers the entire series, and includes the series' original soundtracks. Rockin' Android later brought the series to PlayStation 3 as downloadable PlayStationNetwork games on June 15th, 2010. The PC version of the ''Gundemonium Collection'' later got [[UpdatedRerelease updated re-releases]] on {{Steam}} on September 27th, 2011 with a remastered soundtrack (DM Ashura of ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution'' and {{Beatmania}} fame remixed the ''Gundeadligne'' and ''Gundemonium Recollection'' soundtracks, while ''Hitogata Happa'''s soundtrack was remixed by [[http://www.furaffinity.net/user/woofle/ Woofle]]) and online co-operative play for ''Gundeadligne''. On June 26th, 2012, Steam Editions of the ''Gundemonium'' series later made its way to {{Desura}}, while at the time featured as part of the IndieRoyale Summer Bundle of 2012 along with ''[[{{SUGURI}} Acceleration of SUGURI X-Edition HD]]'', ''[[VideoGame/SeriousSam Serious Sam 2]]'', ''VideoGame/AirMech'', ''DinoRun ''VideoGame/DinoRun SE'', ''Harvest: Massive Encounter'', and ''The Journey Down: Chapter 1''. On June 14th, 2012, Rockin' Android released both the original and arranged soundtracks of the ''Gundemonium'' series in digital form as an added bonus for those who purchase the Steam Edition re-release.
19th Jul '14 12:54:22 AM Luigifan
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The ''Gundemonium'' series is a trilogy of [[DoujinSoft doujin]] BulletHell [[ShootEmUp Shoot 'em ups]], originally made for PC by Japanese author Aeju Murasame (a.k.a. Platine Dispositif), the creator also behind ''VideoGame/BunnyMustDie''. The series consist of these four games:

* ''Gundemonium'' (2003), the series first entry.

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The ''Gundemonium'' series is a trilogy of [[DoujinSoft doujin]] BulletHell [[ShootEmUp Shoot 'em ups]], originally made for PC by Japanese author Aeju Murasame (a.k.a. Platine Dispositif), the creator also behind ''VideoGame/BunnyMustDie''. The series consist consists of these four games:

* ''Gundemonium'' (2003), the series series' first entry.



However, the Demonium managed to kidnap Elixirel and [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters turn her against her creators]], making things ''even worse''. In the year 1785, in one last, desperate attempt to fight back the Demonium, mankind threw everything it had to try to recapture Elixirel. In particular, the organization known as Rosenkreuz Foundation sent its best agents in a special mission to penetrate the Demonium lines and recover Elixirel at all costs. Of all the agents sent, Eryth Millfall (And in Recollection, also a few {{Artificial Human}}s based on Elixirel, the Earl Types) is the only one to survive the initial strike. [[ItsUpToYou It's all up to her]] to recover Elixirel and drive Gundemonium out of Earth.

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However, the Demonium managed to kidnap Elixirel and [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters turn her against her creators]], making things ''even worse''. In the year 1785, in one last, desperate attempt to fight back the Demonium, mankind threw everything it had to try to recapture Elixirel. In particular, the organization known as Rosenkreuz Foundation sent its best agents in a special mission to penetrate the Demonium lines and recover Elixirel at all costs. Of all the agents sent, Eryth Millfall (And (and in Recollection, also a few {{Artificial Human}}s based on Elixirel, the Earl Types) is the only one to survive the initial strike. [[ItsUpToYou It's all up to her]] to recover Elixirel and drive Gundemonium out of Earth.



* {{Bowdlerization}}: The localized versions of Gundemonium Recollection and Gundeadligne are censored so that the [[{{Fanservice}} severe lack of clothing in certain characters]] is toned down to make the game more minor-friendly. In the PS3 release, it is on by default and can't be changed. The Steam release allows you to switch it on and off (Off by default) via configuration file editing.

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* {{Bowdlerization}}: The localized versions of Gundemonium Recollection and Gundeadligne are censored so that the [[{{Fanservice}} severe lack of clothing in certain characters]] is toned down to make the game more minor-friendly. In the PS3 release, it is on by default and can't be changed. The Steam release allows you to switch it on and off (Off (off by default) via configuration file editing.



* ContinuityNod: In Gundemonium Recollection's ending, Eryth mentions someone named Rosa being the commander of the Rosenkreuz Foundation. Considering the hell Rosa Christofer went through in Hitogata Happa (Up to and including [[spoiler:being used by the person she thought was a friend as a pawn on a plan to gain unlimited power]]), it would make sense that she created the foundation to prevent a tragedy like that.

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* ContinuityNod: In Gundemonium Recollection's ending, Eryth mentions someone named Rosa being the commander of the Rosenkreuz Foundation. Considering the hell Rosa Christofer went through in Hitogata Happa (Up (up to and including [[spoiler:being used by the person she thought was a friend as a pawn on a plan to gain unlimited power]]), it would make sense that she created the foundation to prevent a tragedy like that.



** Michael and Alterweapon Mysty in Gundeadligne, as well as Phaser Axel in Gundemonium/Recollection qualify too, in that Alterweapon Mysty's carpet matches the drapes, Phaser Axel's chest is revealed in all its glory after 'casting off', and Michael is as naked as XXX Lotus. Unfortunately (Or fortunately, depending on how you look at it), the localized versions, both for PS3 and PC (optional), are {{Bowdlerized}}: The sprites of these enemies have been recolored so that it looks like they are wearing bodysuits or at least the politically incorrect parts are slightly more covered.

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** Michael and Alterweapon Mysty in Gundeadligne, as well as Phaser Axel in Gundemonium/Recollection qualify too, in that Alterweapon Mysty's carpet matches the drapes, Phaser Axel's chest is revealed in all its glory after 'casting off', and Michael is as naked as XXX Lotus. Unfortunately (Or (or fortunately, depending on how you look at it), the localized versions, both for PS3 and PC (optional), are {{Bowdlerized}}: The sprites of these enemies have been recolored so that it looks like they are wearing bodysuits or at least the politically incorrect parts are slightly more covered.



** Hitogata Happa's water stage's mid-boss and boss reference H.P.Lovecraft, being tentacled and appropriately named (Deep One and R'lyeh, respectively).

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** Hitogata Happa's water stage's mid-boss and boss reference H.P. Lovecraft, being tentacled and appropriately named (Deep One and R'lyeh, respectively).
16th Feb '14 2:21:30 PM Luigifan
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The plot of ''Gundemonium'' takes place in a SchizoTech version of the 18th century where alchemy is a part of everyday life. In the year 1775, mankind found the Philosopher's Stones, dubbed Matrices, deep withing the Spring of Yord. Their discovery led to great advancements in mankind's technology, but these advancements came at a cost. The Spring of Yord was located within the infernal plane of Que Pholith, and the taking of the Matrices aroused the wrath of its inhabitants, the [[TheLegionsOfHell Demonium]], who entered the human plane and started wreaking havoc on mankind. Some humans eventually learned to harness the power of the Matrices and use them to fight against the Demonium. These people were called Matrix Masters. However, not even them could completely stop the wake of the Demonium army. By the time the 7th wave of the Demonium army, called [[TitleDrop Gundemonium]], emerged from Que Pholith, humans created an artificial Matrix Master to try and turn the tables, using a human soul rather than a Matrix as energy source. This Matrix Master was called Elixirel, the Chrome Matrix Proxy.

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The plot of ''Gundemonium'' takes place in a SchizoTech version of the 18th century where alchemy is a part of everyday life. In the year 1775, mankind found the Philosopher's Stones, dubbed Matrices, deep withing within the Spring of Yord. Their discovery led to great advancements in mankind's technology, but these advancements came at a cost. The Spring of Yord was located within the infernal plane of Que Pholith, and the taking of the Matrices aroused the wrath of its inhabitants, the [[TheLegionsOfHell Demonium]], who entered the human plane and started wreaking havoc on mankind. Some humans eventually learned to harness the power of the Matrices and use them to fight against the Demonium. These people were called Matrix Masters. However, not even them they could completely stop the wake of the Demonium army. By the time the 7th wave of the Demonium army, called [[TitleDrop Gundemonium]], emerged from Que Pholith, humans created an artificial Matrix Master to try and turn the tables, using a human soul rather than a Matrix as energy source. This Matrix Master was called Elixirel, the Chrome Matrix Proxy.



''Gundeadligne'', a direct sequel to ''Gundemonium'', takes place 10 years after the events of the original, which was dubbed Operation: Gundemonium. Eryth managed to kill Elixirel and recover her soul to undo the influence of the Demonium, and Gundemonium was successfully stopped, but the Demonium didn't stop their relentless assault on mankind. The elite of the Demonium army poured from the plane of Que Pholith and prepared to annihilate what remained of Earth and recover the Matrices. The Rosenkreuz Foundation planned a new counter-offensive. Many fighters and mercenaries of all kinds joined the effort, including Eryth, the Matrix Masters and the newly resurrected Elixirel. Their objective: Destroy the Spring of Yord, the power source sustaining the portal that linked Que Pholith with the human world. Will they manage to drive the Demonium out of Earth once and for all, or will mankind succumb to the all-powerful horrors that delve among the greatest soldiers of the army of Que Pholith?

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''Gundeadligne'', a direct sequel to ''Gundemonium'', takes place 10 years after the events of the original, which was dubbed Operation: Gundemonium. Eryth managed to kill Elixirel and recover her soul to undo the influence of the Demonium, and Gundemonium was successfully stopped, but the Demonium didn't stop their relentless assault on mankind. The elite of the Demonium army poured from the plane of Que Pholith and prepared to annihilate what remained of Earth and recover the Matrices. The Rosenkreuz Foundation planned a new counter-offensive. Many fighters and mercenaries of all kinds joined the effort, including Eryth, the Matrix Masters Masters, and the newly resurrected Elixirel. Their objective: Destroy the Spring of Yord, the power source sustaining the portal that linked Que Pholith with the human world. Will they manage to drive the Demonium out of Earth once and for all, or will mankind succumb to the all-powerful horrors that delve among the greatest soldiers of the army of Que Pholith?



*** TrueFinalBoss: If you accomplish certain conditions there is one more boss waiting for you in all three games. In Gundemonium, it's Elixirel Daath, Elixirel's soul resisting transmigration even after her body has already died. In Gundeadligne, it's XXX Lotus Blacker, which is Matrix Lord Lotus, except [[FullFrontalAssault naked]] (Well, she's still wearing stockings, but...) and with fiercer attacks. In Hitogata Happa, it's [[spoiler:Kreutzer]].

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*** TrueFinalBoss: If you accomplish certain conditions conditions, there is one more boss waiting for you in all three games. In Gundemonium, it's Elixirel Daath, Elixirel's soul resisting transmigration even after her body has already died. In Gundeadligne, it's XXX Lotus Blacker, which is Matrix Lord Lotus, except [[FullFrontalAssault naked]] (Well, she's still wearing stockings, but...) and with fiercer attacks. In Hitogata Happa, it's [[spoiler:Kreutzer]].



* ContinuityNod: In Gundemonium Recollection's ending, Eryth mentions someone named Rosa being the commander of the Rosenkreuz Foundation. Considering the hell Rosa Christofer went through in Hitogata Happa (Up to and including [[spoiler:being used by the person she thought as a friend as a pawn on a plan to gain unlimited power]]), it would make sense that she created the foundation to prevent a tragedy like that
* DoWellButNotPerfect: To get to Elixirel Daath, you have to have an exact Ability Level, which is based highly on your number of Onslaughts, and therefore must actually let some groups of enemies escape. If you play the game prefectly for score, you'll actually have done too ''well'' to get to Daath. This only applies to the PS3 version, however.

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* ContinuityNod: In Gundemonium Recollection's ending, Eryth mentions someone named Rosa being the commander of the Rosenkreuz Foundation. Considering the hell Rosa Christofer went through in Hitogata Happa (Up to and including [[spoiler:being used by the person she thought as was a friend as a pawn on a plan to gain unlimited power]]), it would make sense that she created the foundation to prevent a tragedy like that
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* DoWellButNotPerfect: To get to Elixirel Daath, you have to have an exact Ability Level, which is based highly on your number of Onslaughts, and therefore must actually let some groups of enemies escape. If you play the game prefectly perfectly for score, you'll actually have done too ''well'' to get to Daath. This only applies to the PS3 version, however.



* {{Fanservice}}: Almost every single enemy in Gundemonium/Recollection and Gundeadligne that is not a RidiculouslyCuteCritter is a naked, almost naked or tightly dressed girl with healthy curves. Among those, a high amount of them are bottomless bunnygirls either riding guns like they were witch brooms or mounted on flying motorbikes. And then there is [[FullFrontalAssault XXX Lotus Blacker]].

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* {{Fanservice}}: Almost every single enemy in Gundemonium/Recollection and Gundeadligne that is not a RidiculouslyCuteCritter is a naked, almost naked naked, or tightly dressed girl with healthy curves. Among those, a high amount of them are bottomless bunnygirls either riding guns like they were witch brooms or mounted on flying motorbikes. And then there is [[FullFrontalAssault XXX Lotus Blacker]].



* IdiosyncraticDifficultyLevels: In Gundemonium/Recollection, the difficulty levels are called Novice, Revised, Unlimited and Demonic. In Gundeadligne, they are called Novice, Standard, Advanced and Demonic. In Hitogata Happa, they are called Euridice, Nobilmente, Allemande and Doomsday. When you highlight Doomsday difficulty, an alarm starts buzzing ominously.

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* IdiosyncraticDifficultyLevels: In Gundemonium/Recollection, the difficulty levels are called Novice, Revised, Unlimited Unlimited, and Demonic. In Gundeadligne, they are called Novice, Standard, Advanced Advanced, and Demonic. In Hitogata Happa, they are called Euridice, Nobilmente, Allemande Allemande, and Doomsday. When you highlight Doomsday difficulty, an alarm starts buzzing ominously.



** The Matrix Masters have a title depending on the Matrix they use. There are six: Ruby Matrix, Sapphire Matrix, Emerald Matrix, Jet Matrix, Pearl Matrix and Diamond Matrix. Anyone with knowledge about Magic will realize that these are the five original Moxen, plus Mox Diamond. Made even more evident when you fight them in Matrix Orders mode, where they integrate jewels shaped like the Mox they represent into their attack patterns.

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** The Matrix Masters have a title depending on the Matrix they use. There are six: Ruby Matrix, Sapphire Matrix, Emerald Matrix, Jet Matrix, Pearl Matrix Matrix, and Diamond Matrix. Anyone with knowledge about Magic will realize that these are the five original Moxen, plus Mox Diamond. Made even more evident when you fight them in Matrix Orders mode, where they integrate jewels shaped like the Mox they represent into their attack patterns.



** Matrix Lord Lotus is a reference to, of course, Black Lotus. The names of her attack phases are also references to some of the cards that were based on Black Lotus, like Lotus Petal, Lotus Bloom, and Lotus Vale. Her XXX Lotus Blacker form is a reference to joke card Blacker Lotus, and the BGM that plays when you fight her is titled 'Lord of Power Nine', a reference to the moniquer the five original Moxen and Black Lotus receive along with a few other Magic cards forming a group of the nine strongest, with Black Lotus being the most powerful and desired.

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** Matrix Lord Lotus is a reference to, of course, Black Lotus. The names of her attack phases are also references to some of the cards that were based on Black Lotus, like Lotus Petal, Lotus Bloom, and Lotus Vale. Her XXX Lotus Blacker form is a reference to joke card Blacker Lotus, and the BGM that plays when you fight her is titled 'Lord of Power Nine', a reference to the moniquer monkier the five original Moxen and Black Lotus receive along with a few other Magic cards forming a group of the nine strongest, with Black Lotus being the most powerful and desired.



** The games also have a tendency to Shout Out '''each other''' and other games made by Murasame. In Hitogata Happa, the unlockable doll Platina looks and acts like Matrix Lord Lotus, Fortuner is Eryth, Lovers is Elixirel and Fool is Rachel Millfall (The protagonist of Maid-san wo migi ni, a platformer made by Murasame in the style of the old Castlevania games). Among the standard dolls, Peco is a reference to the protagonist of Dicing Knight (A Real-Time {{Roguelike}} game Murasame made for the Wonderswan Color). In Gundemonium Recollection, the Earl Types are based on the Earl doll from Hitogata Happa.

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** The games also have a tendency to Shout Out '''each other''' and other games made by Murasame. In Hitogata Happa, the unlockable doll Platina looks and acts like Matrix Lord Lotus, Fortuner is Eryth, Lovers is Elixirel Elixirel, and Fool is Rachel Millfall (The protagonist of Maid-san wo migi ni, a platformer made by Murasame in the style of the old Castlevania games). Among the standard dolls, Peco is a reference to the protagonist of Dicing Knight (A Real-Time {{Roguelike}} game Murasame made for the Wonderswan Color). In Gundemonium Recollection, the Earl Types are based on the Earl doll from Hitogata Happa.
30th Dec '13 12:25:38 PM nombretomado
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** In Hitogata Happa, when the barrier covering a boss' weakpoint falls, you can hear Rosa say "Okay! [[DoDonPachi Just a couple more shots]]!"

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** In Hitogata Happa, when the barrier covering a boss' weakpoint falls, you can hear Rosa say "Okay! [[DoDonPachi [[VideoGame/DonPachi Just a couple more shots]]!"
10th Dec '13 7:25:59 PM DelShiftB
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* {{Cap}}: ''Hitogata Happa'' puts a limit of 12 dolls of a single type, and 112 dolls over one game.
14th Nov '13 7:20:55 PM DelShiftB
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* ShellGame: Hitogata Happa requires you to complete one, while dodging bullets.
4th Sep '13 8:46:13 PM nombretomado
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** In the same game, Monica is a Shout Out to the {{Toku}} genre in general, since later on in the stage you fight her, she turns into a suited superheroine (Supervillainess?) called Phaser, complete with Cast Off SuperMode a la KamenRiderKabuto.

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** In the same game, Monica is a Shout Out to the {{Toku}} genre in general, since later on in the stage you fight her, she turns into a suited superheroine (Supervillainess?) called Phaser, complete with Cast Off SuperMode a la KamenRiderKabuto.Series/KamenRiderKabuto.
16th Oct '12 8:56:54 PM Pikawil
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The entire trilogy has been localized outside of Japan by doujin publisher Rockin' Android on June 1st, 2010 with the ''Gundemonium Collection'', a compilation of the original pressings of the series in a single disc, fully translated into English, with a 24-page artbook that covers the entire series, and includes the series' original soundtracks. Rockin' Android later brought the series to PlayStation 3 as downloadable PlayStationNetwork games on June 15th, 2010. The PC version of the ''Gundemonium Collection'' later got [[UpdatedRerelease updated re-releases]] on {{Steam}} on September 27th, 2011 with a remastered soundtrack (DM Ashura of ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution'' and {{Beatmania}} fame remixed the ''Gundeadligne'' and ''Gundemonium Recollection'' soundtracks, while ''Hitogata Happa'''s soundtrack was remixed by [[http://www.furaffinity.net/user/woofle/ Woofle]]) and online co-operative play for ''Gundeadligne''. On June 26th, 2012, Steam Editions of the ''Gundemonium'' series later made its way to {{Desura}}, while at the time featured as part of the IndieRoyale Summer Bundle of 2012 along with ''[[{{SUGURI}} Acceleration of SUGURI X-Edition HD]]'', ''[[VideoGame/SeriousSam Serious Sam 2]]'', ''VideoGame/AirMech'', ''Dino Run SE'', ''Harvest: Massive Encounter'', and ''The Journey Down: Chapter 1''. On June 14th, 2012, Rockin' Android released both the original and arranged soundtracks of the ''Gundemonium'' series in digital form as an added bonus for those who purchase the Steam Edition re-release.

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The entire trilogy has been localized outside of Japan by doujin publisher Rockin' Android on June 1st, 2010 with the ''Gundemonium Collection'', a compilation of the original pressings of the series in a single disc, fully translated into English, with a 24-page artbook that covers the entire series, and includes the series' original soundtracks. Rockin' Android later brought the series to PlayStation 3 as downloadable PlayStationNetwork games on June 15th, 2010. The PC version of the ''Gundemonium Collection'' later got [[UpdatedRerelease updated re-releases]] on {{Steam}} on September 27th, 2011 with a remastered soundtrack (DM Ashura of ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution'' and {{Beatmania}} fame remixed the ''Gundeadligne'' and ''Gundemonium Recollection'' soundtracks, while ''Hitogata Happa'''s soundtrack was remixed by [[http://www.furaffinity.net/user/woofle/ Woofle]]) and online co-operative play for ''Gundeadligne''. On June 26th, 2012, Steam Editions of the ''Gundemonium'' series later made its way to {{Desura}}, while at the time featured as part of the IndieRoyale Summer Bundle of 2012 along with ''[[{{SUGURI}} Acceleration of SUGURI X-Edition HD]]'', ''[[VideoGame/SeriousSam Serious Sam 2]]'', ''VideoGame/AirMech'', ''Dino Run ''DinoRun SE'', ''Harvest: Massive Encounter'', and ''The Journey Down: Chapter 1''. On June 14th, 2012, Rockin' Android released both the original and arranged soundtracks of the ''Gundemonium'' series in digital form as an added bonus for those who purchase the Steam Edition re-release.
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