History VideoGame / GuruminAMonstrousAdventure

16th Mar '18 6:43:19 AM darkabomination
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* DeadpanSnarker: Parin

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* DeadpanSnarker: ParinParin's defining characteristic. More on the deadpan, as she takes all the strangeness around her with a mildly curious tone of voice.



* DieChairDie: You can (and will need) to destroy parts of the stage by drilling them.

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* DieChairDie: You can (and will need) to destroy parts of the stage by drilling them. Even in town Parin's eager to smash things, such as noting that she feels like breaking a random jar.



* FreelookButton: Seriously, many puzzles would have been a given if you could have just moved the camera up and down...

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* FlatJoy: Parin, in both dub tracks. While she's capable of shouting and showing more audible excitement (especially in combat), she normally speaks calmly, even when smiling.
* FreelookButton: Seriously, many puzzles would have been a given if you could have just moved the camera up and down... down...
* GenkiGirl: Pino's very enthusiastic and friendly. Parin also qualifies, albeit a touch reserved.



* GirlsLovedStuffedAnimals: Parin has some in her room. Ducky is her favorite.



* KillerRabbit: Let's say that Black Bean was cast as the BonusBoss for a reason. The critter is a bitch to defeat even on Beginner (i.e. Very Easy) Mode! It will make you go through all your healing items faster than... well, the candy loving girl you play as.

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* KillerRabbit: Let's just say that Black Bean was cast as the BonusBoss for a reason. The critter is a bitch to defeat even on Beginner (i.e. Very Easy) Mode! It will make you go through all your healing items faster than... well, the candy loving girl you play as.


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* KleptomaniacHero: parin has no problem taking money anywhere she can. Talking to Disc the shopkeeper before first going to Monster Village has her trying to open the register until she's caught.


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* SkewedPriorities: Before she can pull the drill out from the stone to help her monster friends, she stops what she's doing to ask if they'll buy her a shortcake.


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* SuperDeformed: All the characters are squat, big-eyed and huggable. Calling it cute just might be an understatement.
* SweetTooth: Parin loves pastries and candy. All of the healing items that can be purchased are sweets.
9th Oct '17 11:01:53 PM RacattackForce
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The game is available in English, published by Mastiff, on [[UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable PSP]], as well as on Windows PC via [[Website/GOGDotCom GOG]] and {{UsefulNotes/Steam}}. In 2016, the game was also added to the [[UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS 3DS]] under the title ''Gurumin 3D: A Monstrous Adventure''.

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The game is available in English, published by Mastiff, on [[UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable PSP]], as well as on Windows PC via [[Website/GOGDotCom GOG]] and {{UsefulNotes/Steam}}. In 2016, the game was also added to remade for the [[UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS 3DS]] under the title ''Gurumin 3D: [[SuperTitle64Advance 3D]]: A Monstrous Adventure''.
9th Oct '17 10:55:08 PM RacattackForce
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The game is available in English, published by Mastiff, on [[UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable PSP]], as well as on Windows PC via [[Website/GOGDotCom GOG]] and {{UsefulNotes/Steam}}. In 2016 the game was also added to the [[UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS 3DS]] Virtual Console.

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The game is available in English, published by Mastiff, on [[UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable PSP]], as well as on Windows PC via [[Website/GOGDotCom GOG]] and {{UsefulNotes/Steam}}. In 2016 2016, the game was also added to the [[UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS 3DS]] Virtual Console.
under the title ''Gurumin 3D: A Monstrous Adventure''.
29th Jan '17 11:47:40 AM Xteme19
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'''Gurumin''' is a 3D Action Adventure game made by Creator/{{Falcom}} for the [[UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows PC]], that was later ported to the [[UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable PSP]]. The gameplay makes you go through several dungeon-like levels to retrieve a semi-important plot item at the end, at which point you fight a boss in an often tiny arena and save an NPC. Rinse and repeat until the end. Due to this simplistic nature and the kiddy look every character sports, you would think reviews for this thing would be less than... stellar? Well... that was not the case. It has a something that makes everyone love it, because it does not try to be what it's not: what it does, it does well. It may be easy, cliched, rather short (many people finish their first runthrough at 20 hours) and cartoony, but has a certain charm which makes people come back for more. And featuring FIVE unlockable difficulty levels, four of which are mandatory to get HundredPercentCompletion, you will be enjoying this cute, kiddy heroine's adventures for a while. Wait, what? You said ''[[ActionGirl heroine]]?''

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'''Gurumin''' is a 3D Action Adventure game Role-Playing Game made by Creator/{{Falcom}} for the [[UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows PC]], that was later ported to the [[UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable PSP]]. The gameplay makes you go through several dungeon-like levels to retrieve a semi-important plot item at the end, at which point you fight a boss in an often tiny arena and save an NPC. Rinse and repeat until the end. Due to this simplistic nature and the kiddy look every character sports, you would think reviews for this thing would be less than... stellar? Well... that was not the case. It has a something that makes everyone love it, because it does not try to be what it's not: what it does, it does well. It may be easy, cliched, rather short (many people finish their first runthrough at 20 hours) and cartoony, but has a certain charm which makes people come back for more. And featuring FIVE unlockable difficulty levels, four of which are mandatory to get HundredPercentCompletion, you will be enjoying this cute, kiddy heroine's adventures for a while. Wait, what? You said ''[[ActionGirl heroine]]?''
15th Jan '17 11:46:34 AM deimos415
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The game is available in English, published by Mastiff, on [[UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable PSP]], as well as on Windows PC via [[Website/GOGDotCom GOG]] and {{UsefulNotes/Steam}}.

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The game is available in English, published by Mastiff, on [[UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable PSP]], as well as on Windows PC via [[Website/GOGDotCom GOG]] and {{UsefulNotes/Steam}}.
{{UsefulNotes/Steam}}. In 2016 the game was also added to the [[UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS 3DS]] Virtual Console.
9th Jan '17 12:29:00 PM PeppermintTwist
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* PlayableEpilogue: After you beat the final boss, you get to walk around the world and talk to all your monster friends.


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* SequelHook: The epilogue is ''full'' of them. Roughly: [[spoiler: It's never explained what the deal with [[GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere Black]] [[BonusBoss Bean]] was, the real Prince of the Phantoms is still missing, Doc says the entity that cursed Tokaron is still at large, and Parin leaves the monster world sure they'll meet again.]] Aside from several ports, no sequel as yet exists, though Mastiff and Falcom have said that there's a decent chance of a sequel if the ports drum up enough interest.
31st Dec '16 1:05:22 AM ADrago
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* LostForever: If you give Hyperbolic the wrong responses, you are locked out of the Platinum medal sidequest for the whole playthrough. And if you eat the cake destined to him, you cannot finish the ChainOfDeals.


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* PermanentlyMissableContent: If you give Hyperbolic the wrong responses, you are locked out of the Platinum medal sidequest for the whole playthrough. And if you eat the cake destined to him, you cannot finish the ChainOfDeals.
13th May '16 3:56:38 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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'''Gurumin''' is a 3D Action Adventure game made by Creator/{{Falcom}} for the [[UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows PC]], that was later ported to the [[PlaystationPortable PSP]]. The gameplay makes you go through several dungeon-like levels to retrieve a semi-important plot item at the end, at which point you fight a boss in an often tiny arena and save an NPC. Rinse and repeat until the end. Due to this simplistic nature and the kiddy look every character sports, you would think reviews for this thing would be less than... stellar? Well... that was not the case. It has a something that makes everyone love it, because it does not try to be what it's not: what it does, it does well. It may be easy, cliched, rather short (many people finish their first runthrough at 20 hours) and cartoony, but has a certain charm which makes people come back for more. And featuring FIVE unlockable difficulty levels, four of which are mandatory to get HundredPercentCompletion, you will be enjoying this cute, kiddy heroine's adventures for a while. Wait, what? You said ''[[ActionGirl heroine]]?''

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'''Gurumin''' is a 3D Action Adventure game made by Creator/{{Falcom}} for the [[UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows PC]], that was later ported to the [[PlaystationPortable [[UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable PSP]]. The gameplay makes you go through several dungeon-like levels to retrieve a semi-important plot item at the end, at which point you fight a boss in an often tiny arena and save an NPC. Rinse and repeat until the end. Due to this simplistic nature and the kiddy look every character sports, you would think reviews for this thing would be less than... stellar? Well... that was not the case. It has a something that makes everyone love it, because it does not try to be what it's not: what it does, it does well. It may be easy, cliched, rather short (many people finish their first runthrough at 20 hours) and cartoony, but has a certain charm which makes people come back for more. And featuring FIVE unlockable difficulty levels, four of which are mandatory to get HundredPercentCompletion, you will be enjoying this cute, kiddy heroine's adventures for a while. Wait, what? You said ''[[ActionGirl heroine]]?''
27th Mar '16 4:52:26 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* RewardingVandalism: [[GurrenLagann Yours is the drill]] that will pierce ''everything''.

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* RewardingVandalism: [[GurrenLagann [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann Yours is the drill]] that will pierce ''everything''.
6th Oct '15 11:31:07 PM NTC3
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Gurumin is a 3D Action Adventure game made by Creator/{{Falcom}} for the [[UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows PC]], that was later ported to the [[PlaystationPortable PSP]]. The gameplay makes you go through several dungeon-like levels to retrieve a semi-important plot item at the end, at which point you fight a boss in an often tiny arena and save an NPC. Rinse and repeat until the end. Due to this simplistic nature and the kiddy look every character sports, you would think reviews for this thing would be less than... stellar? Well... that was not the case. It has a something that makes everyone love it, because it does not try to be what it's not: what it does, it does well. It may be easy, cliched, rather short (many people finish their first runthrough at 20 hours) and cartoony, but has a certain charm which makes people come back for more. And featuring FIVE unlockable difficulty levels, four of which are mandatory to get HundredPercentCompletion, you will be enjoying this cute, kiddy heroine's adventures for a while. Wait, what? You said ''[[ActionGirl heroine]]?''

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'''Gurumin'''
is a 3D Action Adventure game made by Creator/{{Falcom}} for the [[UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows PC]], that was later ported to the [[PlaystationPortable PSP]]. The gameplay makes you go through several dungeon-like levels to retrieve a semi-important plot item at the end, at which point you fight a boss in an often tiny arena and save an NPC. Rinse and repeat until the end. Due to this simplistic nature and the kiddy look every character sports, you would think reviews for this thing would be less than... stellar? Well... that was not the case. It has a something that makes everyone love it, because it does not try to be what it's not: what it does, it does well. It may be easy, cliched, rather short (many people finish their first runthrough at 20 hours) and cartoony, but has a certain charm which makes people come back for more. And featuring FIVE unlockable difficulty levels, four of which are mandatory to get HundredPercentCompletion, you will be enjoying this cute, kiddy heroine's adventures for a while. Wait, what? You said ''[[ActionGirl heroine]]?''
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