History VideoGame / HeavyWeapon

17th Jun '17 5:53:40 PM nombretomado
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* CoOpMultiplayer: The Xbox360 version of the game has this for the War Party survival mode.

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* CoOpMultiplayer: The Xbox360 UsefulNotes/Xbox360 version of the game has this for the War Party survival mode.



* [[DifficultyByRegion Difficulty By Console]]: The XBox360 version of the game makes some bosses easier while making others more difficult. [[WarmUpBoss Twinblade]] shoots four missiles instead of two, the Battleship fully appears on the screen (instead of showing half of it in the PC version).
** On the bright side, you have more room to avoid War Wrecker's, Gorillazilla's, Mechworm's and X-Bot's OneHitKill contact attacks in the Xbox360 version.

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* [[DifficultyByRegion Difficulty By Console]]: The XBox360 UsefulNotes/XBox360 version of the game makes some bosses easier while making others more difficult. [[WarmUpBoss Twinblade]] shoots four missiles instead of two, the Battleship fully appears on the screen (instead of showing half of it in the PC version).
** On the bright side, you have more room to avoid War Wrecker's, Gorillazilla's, Mechworm's and X-Bot's OneHitKill contact attacks in the Xbox360 UsefulNotes/Xbox360 version.



* EndlessGame: Survival mode. In the PC version, it lasts forever with increasingly difficult enemies until you die once. The Xbox360 remake's Arms Race mode gives each player 3 lives, while War Party only ends when there are no surviving players on screen (although players have infinite lives and will respawn after some time).

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* EndlessGame: Survival mode. In the PC version, it lasts forever with increasingly difficult enemies until you die once. The Xbox360 UsefulNotes/Xbox360 remake's Arms Race mode gives each player 3 lives, while War Party only ends when there are no surviving players on screen (although players have infinite lives and will respawn after some time).



** Bustczar was renamed "[[Music/LedZeppelin Head Zeppelin]]" in the Xbox360 version.

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** Bustczar was renamed "[[Music/LedZeppelin Head Zeppelin]]" in the Xbox360 UsefulNotes/Xbox360 version.
9th Mar '17 5:26:38 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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--> "Nice try, buddy... [[GenreSavvy but I'm not falling for that trick again]]."

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--> "Nice try, buddy... [[GenreSavvy but I'm not falling for that trick again]].again."
24th Aug '16 2:17:05 AM MicoolTNT
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** [[MeteorOfDoom Meteors Of Doom]]: The War Blimp has a "Meteor Tractor Beam". What this does is to make it rain down meteors on you after it gets fired.

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** [[MeteorOfDoom Meteors Of Doom]]: The War Blimp has a "Meteor Tractor Beam". What this does is to make it rain down meteors on you after it gets fired.
18th Jul '16 2:57:44 AM ironcommando
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* CapitalOffensive: The final level [[spoiler: before the [[YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle plot twist]]]] takes place in Killingrad/Caliber City, the capital of the Red Star.
21st May '16 10:15:26 PM nombretomado
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''Heavy Weapon'' is a [[HorizontalScrollingShooter side-scrolling]] ShootEmUp developed by Creator/PopCapGames and released in 2005. An UpdatedRerelease was ported to the {{Xbox 360}} in 2007, and the {{Playstation Network}} in 2011.

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''Heavy Weapon'' is a [[HorizontalScrollingShooter side-scrolling]] ShootEmUp developed by Creator/PopCapGames and released in 2005. An UpdatedRerelease was ported to the {{Xbox 360}} UsefulNotes/XBox360 in 2007, and the {{Playstation Network}} UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork in 2011.



* BossRush: The Xbox360 and PS3 releases of the game have "Boss Blitz" mode, where you have ''one life'' to face all 19 bosses- very difficult, considering that many bosses can flat-out destroy you in one attack.

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* BossRush: The Xbox360 Xbox 360 and PS3 [=PS3=] releases of the game have "Boss Blitz" mode, where you have ''one life'' to face all 19 bosses- very difficult, considering that many bosses can flat-out destroy you in one attack.



** "Kommie Kong", a large robotic monkey who is an obvious reference to ''Film/KingKong'' and ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong''. His name was changed to Gorilla[[Franchise/{{Godzilla}} zilla]] in the UpdatedRerelease for the Xbox 360 and PS3.

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** "Kommie Kong", a large robotic monkey who is an obvious reference to ''Film/KingKong'' and ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong''. His name was changed to Gorilla[[Franchise/{{Godzilla}} zilla]] in the UpdatedRerelease for the Xbox 360 and PS3.[=PS3=].



** In the PS3 version, you get an achievement for doing so!

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** In the PS3 [=PS3=] version, you get an achievement for doing so!
29th Apr '16 3:08:47 AM Adept
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* BreakablePowerUp: Unlike many games which reset the player's complement of {{Smart Bomb}}s to the starting amount upon death, ''VideoGame/HeavyWeapon'' takes all of the player's nukes away, as well as any {{Single Use Shield}}s. Otherwise {{averted}}, as weapon {{Power Up}}s remain.

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* BreakablePowerUp: Unlike many games which reset the player's complement of {{Smart Bomb}}s to the starting amount upon death, ''VideoGame/HeavyWeapon'' ''Heavy Weapon'' takes all of the player's nukes away, as well as any {{Single Use Shield}}s. Otherwise {{averted}}, as weapon {{Power Up}}s remain.



* RecycledInSpace: ''Ocean Commander'' is pretty much HeavyWeapon except it's UNDERWATER! And a lot crappier!

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* RecycledInSpace: ''Ocean Commander'' is pretty much HeavyWeapon the same game except it's UNDERWATER! And a lot crappier!
28th Apr '16 1:12:58 PM WillKeaton
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Not to be confused with ''VideoGame/HeavyBarrel'', which has a similar IkeaWeaponry premise, or the [[VideoGame/TeamFortress2 Heavy Weapons Guy]]. He'd likely enjoy this game, though[[note]]Or maybe not, seeing as the enemies are Russians[[/note]].

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Not to be confused with ''VideoGame/HeavyBarrel'', which has a similar IkeaWeaponry premise, or the [[VideoGame/TeamFortress2 Heavy Weapons Guy]]. He'd likely enjoy this game, though[[note]]Or though.[[note]]Or maybe not, seeing as the enemies are Russians[[/note]].Russians.[[/note]]
25th Feb '16 5:12:29 AM ironcommando
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* DigAttack: Used each time Mechworm surfaces from the ground, watch out for the Wormsign under your or face a OneHitKill.
25th Nov '15 5:43:21 AM Zowayix
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* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: The main image on the game's box shows Romanov Attack Satellites and Barskov Munitions Blimps in Petrovakia, while the player is using a whole slew of powered-up weaponry. You don't fight those enemies or get that many powerups the first time you get there

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* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: The main image on the game's box shows Romanov Attack Satellites and Barskov Munitions Blimps in Petrovakia, while the player is using a whole slew of powered-up weaponry. You don't fight those enemies or get that many powerups the first time you get therethere.
11th Aug '15 8:42:05 AM HighCrate
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* BreakablePowerUp: Unlike many games which reset the player's complement of {{Smart Bomb}}s to the starting amount upon death, ''VideoGame/HeavyWeapon'' takes all of the player's nukes away, as well as any {{Single Use Shield}}s. Otherwise {{averted}}, as weapon {{Power Up}}s remain.
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