History VideoGame / HardCorpsUprising

13th Feb '18 2:58:44 PM Griever222
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*** Ironicaly, he also seems to be partialy based on [[spoiler: [[HeWhoFightsMonsters Baha]][[FallenHero mut's]] apperance and role in the original ''VideoGame/ContraHardCorps'']], up to the point they Tiberius even ''resembles'' [[spoiler: ''Contra: Hard Corps'' Bahamut]] visually, for example both having long hair and having a stache, as well as both wearing miltary uniforms.

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*** Ironicaly, he also seems to be partialy based on [[spoiler: [[HeWhoFightsMonsters Baha]][[FallenHero mut's]] apperance and role in the original ''VideoGame/ContraHardCorps'']], up to the point they Tiberius even ''resembles'' [[spoiler: ''Contra: Hard Corps'' Bahamut]] visually, for example both having long hair and having a stache, as well as both wearing miltary uniforms.uniforms and capes..
13th Feb '18 2:55:54 PM Griever222
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*** Bahamut also resembles in design, battles (starts out as a super powered human military leader in full uniform, then goes through multiple monstrous forms) the fight with [[spoiler: seeming main antagonist]] [[spoiler: Lance Bean]] in ''Contra: Shattered Soldier'', especially seeing the fact their final transformations [[spoler: Tiberis Invictus and Demon Emperor Gava]]], resemble each-other.

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*** Bahamut also resembles in design, battles (starts out as a super powered human military leader in full uniform, then goes through multiple monstrous forms) the fight with [[spoiler: seeming main antagonist]] [[spoiler: Lance Bean]] in ''Contra: Shattered Soldier'', especially seeing the fact their final transformations [[spoler: [[spoiler: Tiberis Invictus and Demon Emperor Gava]]], Demon Gava]], resemble each-other.
13th Feb '18 2:54:45 PM Griever222
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*** Ironicaly, he also seems to be partialy based on [[spoiler: [[HeWhoFightsMonsters Baha]][[FallenHero mut's]] apperance and role in the original ''VideoGame/ContraHardCorps'']]

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*** Ironicaly, he also seems to be partialy based on [[spoiler: [[HeWhoFightsMonsters Baha]][[FallenHero mut's]] apperance and role in the original ''VideoGame/ContraHardCorps'']]''VideoGame/ContraHardCorps'']], up to the point they Tiberius even ''resembles'' [[spoiler: ''Contra: Hard Corps'' Bahamut]] visually, for example both having long hair and having a stache, as well as both wearing miltary uniforms.



*** [[spoiler:Tiberius Invictus = [[VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy Chaos]] (or, if you prefer, Valentine from the final battle of ''Guilty Gear 2: Overture'', or the Project C of ''VideoGame/NeoContra''), and last but not least, he resembles a '''much''' more mobile Devil Emperor Gava, especially that both contain the ''"鬼"'' (demon, ogre, devil, oni) Kanji in [[DubNameChange their Japanaese names]] ]]

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*** [[spoiler:Tiberius Invictus = [[VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy Chaos]] (or, if you prefer, Valentine from the final battle of ''Guilty Gear 2: Overture'', or the Project C of ''VideoGame/NeoContra''), and last but not least, he resembles a '''much''' more mobile Devil Emperor Gava, especially that both contain the ''"鬼"'' (demon, ogre, devil, oni) Kanji in [[DubNameChange their Japanaese names]] ]]]].
*** Bahamut also resembles in design, battles (starts out as a super powered human military leader in full uniform, then goes through multiple monstrous forms) the fight with [[spoiler: seeming main antagonist]] [[spoiler: Lance Bean]] in ''Contra: Shattered Soldier'', especially seeing the fact their final transformations [[spoler: Tiberis Invictus and Demon Emperor Gava]]], resemble each-other.
9th Feb '18 11:30:21 AM Griever222
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*** [[spoiler:Tiberius Invictus = [[VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy Chaos]] (or, if you prefer, Valentine from the final battle of ''Guilty Gear 2: Overture'', or the Project C of ''VideoGame/NeoContra'').]]

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*** [[spoiler:Tiberius Invictus = [[VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy Chaos]] (or, if you prefer, Valentine from the final battle of ''Guilty Gear 2: Overture'', or the Project C of ''VideoGame/NeoContra'').''VideoGame/NeoContra''), and last but not least, he resembles a '''much''' more mobile Devil Emperor Gava, especially that both contain the ''"鬼"'' (demon, ogre, devil, oni) Kanji in [[DubNameChange their Japanaese names]] ]]
23rd Jan '18 9:44:56 AM tropower
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The [[ExcusePlot story]] of ''Uprising'' involves the, well, ''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin uprising]]'' in the far future against the world's current tyrannical dictatorship, [[TheEmpire the Commonwealth]], and its leader [[BigBad Emperor Tiberius]]. Leading the [[LaResistance Union Forces]] in the fight is [[DefectorFromDecadence ex-Commonwealth soldier]] Bahamut[[note]]the final boss of ''Hard Corps''[[/note]], who deserted and switched sides after realizing it was evil. His unit also consists of fellow soldiers Krystal, a young woman with considerable combat skills whose village was destroyed during a Commonwealth attack and joins the fight so nobody else would have to suffer a tragedy like hers; Harley, a boisterous guy with CoolShades and an awesome pompadour; and female samurai Sayuri, who forgoes the whole shooting thing in favor of a more [[KatanasAreJustBetter close up and personal approach to fighting]]. Of the quartet, only Bahamut and Krystal are initially available as playable characters, with the other two, as well as Tiberius' [[TheDragon right hand man]] Leviathan, available as premium {{downloadable content}}.

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The [[ExcusePlot story]] of ''Uprising'' involves the, well, ''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin uprising]]'' in the far future against the world's current tyrannical dictatorship, [[TheEmpire the Commonwealth]], and its leader [[BigBad Emperor Tiberius]]. Leading the [[LaResistance Union Forces]] in the fight is [[DefectorFromDecadence ex-Commonwealth soldier]] Bahamut[[note]]the Bahamut[[note]](Who has the same name as) the final boss of ''Hard Corps''[[/note]], who deserted and switched sides after realizing it was evil. His unit also consists of fellow soldiers Krystal, a young woman with considerable combat skills whose village was destroyed during a Commonwealth attack and joins the fight so nobody else would have to suffer a tragedy like hers; Harley, a boisterous guy with CoolShades and an awesome pompadour; and female samurai Sayuri, who forgoes the whole shooting thing in favor of a more [[KatanasAreJustBetter close up and personal approach to fighting]]. Of the quartet, only Bahamut and Krystal are initially available as playable characters, with the other two, as well as Tiberius' [[TheDragon right hand man]] Leviathan, available as premium {{downloadable content}}.
29th Dec '17 6:43:48 AM Vulcan422
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* AllJustADream: [[spoiler: Leviathan's story mode is stated in the loading screen texts to be a dream of him experiencing what Bahamut went through in the first seven stages before the Knight Lunata battle in which Leviathan was defeated. Stage 7 mentions that he has no memories beyond the point when he fought Bahamut, and Stage 8 all but confirms that he is actually dead or dying and, having finally realized why Bahamut betrayed the Commonwealth, envisions himself taking down the Emperor before finally succumbing to his injuries.]]
29th Dec '17 6:37:25 AM Vulcan422
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* CosmeticallyAdvancedPrequel: ''Hard Corps: Uprising'' is exactly a prequel to the original ''Contra'', taking place 20 years before. However, the scenes in this game looked advanced compared to the Galuga Archipelago scene in the original.

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* CosmeticallyAdvancedPrequel: ''Hard Corps: Uprising'' is exactly a prequel to the original ''Contra'', taking place 20 years before. However, the scenes in this game looked advanced compared to the Galuga Archipelago scene in the original.'
* DeadAllAlong: [[spoiler: Leviathan, possibly, if you are playing as him. He is the only character to not have an ending cutscene showing his future and all evidence from the loading screens point to Stage 8 being a dream sequence, having finally realized why Bahamut rose up against the Commonwealth before finally dying from his injuries sustained in the Knight Lunata battle.]]
21st Dec '17 7:23:04 AM Saurubiker
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* LostInTranslation: The achievements "I'll make them pay" (奴ら・・・ゆるさん。) and "Let's do this thing right!" (派手に出迎えてやろうぜ!!) are references to Bill's and Lance's lines in the opening of ''Contra Spirits''. However, the actual translated versions used in ''Contra III'' (the game's U.S. version) are "It's time for revenge" and "Let's attack aggressively."
8th Dec '17 10:42:07 AM JehJehKeyblade
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* ArcNumber: 573 (which stands for Konami, in case you somehow didn't know by now) is all over the damn place and probably shows up more than in any other Konami game: the stage 3 midboss and boss are called 573-Tigris and 573-Draconis respectively[[note]] they are called Kasuga-Tora and Kasuga-Ryu in the Japanese versions, making themselves as Kasuga series[[/note]], the Rising Mode has an upgrade that gives you 30 lives which costs 57,300,000 points to buy and if you use a variation of KonamiCode that allows you to buy it without beating the game first with that character, the main menu reads "CODE 573". Finally, the longer you play the game, the more continues you get: the number starts from 3 and goes steadily up to 20 before finally jumping up to, you guessed it, 573.

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* ArcNumber: 573 (which stands for Konami, in case you somehow didn't know by now) is all over the damn place and probably shows up more than in any other Konami game: the stage 3 midboss and boss are called 573-Tigris and 573-Draconis respectively[[note]] they are called Kasuga-Tora and Kasuga-Ryu in the Japanese versions, making themselves as Kasuga series[[/note]], the Rising Mode has an upgrade that gives you 30 lives which costs 57,300,000 points to buy and if you use a variation of KonamiCode that allows you to buy it without beating the game first with that character, the main menu reads "CODE 573". Finally, the longer you play the game, the more continues you get: the number starts from 3 and goes steadily up to 20 before finally jumping up to, you guessed it, 573.
5th Dec '17 5:59:10 PM nombretomado
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* HeavyMetal: Lots of HairMetal and ThrashMetal, courtesy of DaisukeIshiwatari.

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* HeavyMetal: Lots of HairMetal and ThrashMetal, courtesy of DaisukeIshiwatari.Creator/DaisukeIshiwatari.
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