History VideoGame / HybridHeaven

3rd Nov '17 9:21:51 PM N.Harmonik
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* EverythingFades: All defeated enemies turn white before disintegrating.



* EverythingFades: All defeated enemies turn white before disintegrating.
3rd Nov '17 9:21:15 PM N.Harmonik
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* BullfightBoss: [[spoiler: The final stage of one boss fight involves the enormous monster charging straight at you. You have to stand in front of a weak wall and run out of the way just in time, allowing the monster to burst through the wall and fall to its death in the BottomlessPit beyond. And yes, it is possible to be a little too late and get tackled by the monster to your own death.]]
* CrosshairAware: One of the two boss fights that do not utilize the combat system has a crosshair following you, telling you where the monster's fireballs are going to land. [[spoiler: You're expected to get the crosshair to target the other monster.]]

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* BullfightBoss: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The final stage of one boss fight involves the enormous monster charging straight at you. You have to stand in front of a weak wall and run out of the way just in time, allowing the monster to burst through the wall and fall to its death in the BottomlessPit beyond. And yes, it is possible to be a little too late and get tackled by the monster to your own death.]]
* CrosshairAware: One of the two boss fights that do not utilize the combat system has a crosshair following you, telling you where the monster's fireballs are going to land. [[spoiler: You're [[spoiler:You're expected to get the crosshair to target the other monster.]]



* EverythingFades: All defeated enemies turn while before disintegrating.
* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: [[spoiler: The evil alien traitor was really being secretly mind-controlled the whole time.]] Bonus pouints for somewhat resembling an actual flea

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* EverythingFades: All defeated enemies turn while white before disintegrating.
* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The evil alien traitor was really being secretly mind-controlled the whole time.]] Bonus pouints points for somewhat resembling an actual fleaflea.



* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: Johnny tackles Diaz off the elevator in order to keep the President alive while there are explosions all around them. Becomes averted where after the battle, the President comes back to save Johnny and they both escape in time.]]
* MirrorBoss: [[spoiler: The final boss fight of the game is against Diaz, the character you took the identity of at the beginning. During the fight, you'll find that his fighting style is very similar to yours.]]

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* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: Johnny [[spoiler:Johnny tackles Diaz off the elevator in order to keep the President alive while there are explosions all around them. Becomes averted where after the battle, the President comes back to save Johnny and they both escape in time.]]
* MirrorBoss: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The final boss fight of the game is against Diaz, the character you took the identity of at the beginning. During the fight, you'll find that his fighting style is very similar to yours.]]



* OurPresidentsAreDifferent: Several varieties, all technically personified within the same person. [[spoiler: The most obvious is President Target, as you spend a good chunk of the game rescuing the kidnapped President repeatedly from his Hybrid captors. The second is the President Evil form, as the Hybrids' master plan revolves around cloning the kidnapped president and using the clone to take over the world. The final form is President Action, as one of the final moments of the game is [[CrowningMomentofAwesome the President of the United States running up on a stage and punching out his clone in front of the entire nation before giving a thumbs-up to the protagonist.]]]]

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* OurPresidentsAreDifferent: Several varieties, all technically personified within the same person. [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The most obvious is President Target, as you spend a good chunk of the game rescuing the kidnapped President repeatedly from his Hybrid captors. The second is the President Evil form, as the Hybrids' master plan revolves around cloning the kidnapped president and using the clone to take over the world. The final form is President Action, as one of the final moments of the game is [[CrowningMomentofAwesome the President of the United States running up on a stage and punching out his clone in front of the entire nation before giving a thumbs-up to the protagonist.]]]]
26th Feb '17 2:33:16 PM nombretomado
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Hybrid Heaven was one of the very few [=RPG=]s released for the {{Nintendo 64}}. It was made by {{Konami}} and released in 1999.

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Hybrid Heaven was one of the very few [=RPG=]s released for the {{Nintendo UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}}. It was made by {{Konami}} {{Creator/Konami}} and released in 1999.
19th Nov '16 10:42:43 AM Steven
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* EverythingFades: All defeated enemies turn while before disintegrating.


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* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: Johnny tackles Diaz off the elevator in order to keep the President alive while there are explosions all around them. Becomes averted where after the battle, the President comes back to save Johnny and they both escape in time.]]


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* NoCureForEvil: Averted. Some enemies will use healing items to restore their HP.


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* PowerCopying: You learn new moves by having enemies perform them on you.
19th Jun '16 6:51:19 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* GratuitousJapanese: Attacks directed at opponents on the ground are called "Newaza", which is an untranslated Japanese term from Judo for techniques performed on grounded opponents, like pins and holds. However Newaza techniques in ''Hybrid Heaven'' also include [[KickThemWhileTheyAreDown applying your boot to you opponent's head]] and [[FinishingStomp curb-stomping them]], which [[CaptainObvious would not be considered legal ne-waza techiques in actual Judo]].
4th Nov '15 6:42:00 PM tenryufan
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* ThatOneBoss: Hybrid Heaven has quite a number of boss fights, and it's likely that every single one is That One Boss to someone in the world. Here are some reasons why:
** Some of the bosses [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard don't follow the same rules]] of movement during combat as you. Usually, when you select a move and the enemy is out of range, you simply make the attack and strike nothing but air, missing and making yourself look like an idiot. In the case of these enemies, they can select the attack, ''move closer to you'', and then start the attack proper. Many of the bosses have unique abilities, such as using a force push-style attack to knock you off your feet, using breath weapons on you, or turning invisible. Nearly every human boss you fight in the game carries a gun. While fighting said boss, moving too far away from them will prompt them to pull out their gun and start blasting away at you, meaning you have to spend virtually the entire fight staying no more than a few feet away from them and well within range of their melee attacks.
17th Sep '15 5:49:21 AM ProfessorJack
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* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: [[spoiler: The evil alien traitor was really being secretly mind-controlled the whole time.]] Bonus pouints for somewhat resembling an actual flea
27th Jun '15 7:58:23 AM VenomLancerHae
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* WrestlerInAllofUs: Yes, one of your primary methods of attacking your alien enemies is by ''wrestling'' them. While some of these moves are simple suplex and chokehold moves, there are many more that would have absolutely [[RuleofCool no place in real combat]], and oddly enough, seem to actually require the cooperation of the opponent to carry out.

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* WrestlerInAllofUs: WrestlerInAllOfUs: Yes, one of your primary methods of attacking your alien enemies is by ''wrestling'' them. While some of these moves are simple suplex and chokehold moves, there are many more that would have absolutely [[RuleofCool no place in real combat]], and oddly enough, seem to actually require the cooperation of the opponent to carry out.
27th Jun '15 7:58:04 AM VenomLancerHae
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* WrestlerInAllOfUs, one of your primary methods of attacking your alien enemies is by ''wrestling'' them. While some of these moves are simple suplex and chokehold moves, there are many more that would have absolutely [[RuleofCool no place in real combat]], and oddly enough, seem to actually require the cooperation of the opponent to carry out.

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* WrestlerInAllOfUs, WrestlerInAllofUs: Yes, one of your primary methods of attacking your alien enemies is by ''wrestling'' them. While some of these moves are simple suplex and chokehold moves, there are many more that would have absolutely [[RuleofCool no place in real combat]], and oddly enough, seem to actually require the cooperation of the opponent to carry out.
27th Jun '15 7:57:07 AM VenomLancerHae
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* [[WrestlerInAllofUs Wrestler In All Of Us]]: Yes, one of your primary methods of attacking your alien enemies is by ''wrestling'' them. While some of these moves are simple suplex and chokehold moves, there are many more that would have absolutely [[RuleofCool no place in real combat]], and oddly enough, seem to actually require the cooperation of the opponent to carry out.

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* [[WrestlerInAllofUs Wrestler In All Of Us]]: Yes, WrestlerInAllOfUs, one of your primary methods of attacking your alien enemies is by ''wrestling'' them. While some of these moves are simple suplex and chokehold moves, there are many more that would have absolutely [[RuleofCool no place in real combat]], and oddly enough, seem to actually require the cooperation of the opponent to carry out.
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