History VideoGame / IkariWarriors

23rd Oct '15 5:40:42 AM SAMAS
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Two direct sequels, ''Victory Road'', where our heroes are TrappedInAnotherWorld, and ''Ikari III: The Rescue'', where they were sent on a mission to rescue the president's daughter, were developed, but neither caught on as the original game did. Ralf and Clark themselves eventually got a redesign and were included in the then-MassiveMultiplayerCrossover ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters '94''. They've stayed on that series as recurring characters, then in 2006, they returned to their Run-n-Gun roots when they joined the ''VideoGame/MetalSlug'' series.

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Two direct sequels, ''Victory Road'', where our heroes are TrappedInAnotherWorld, and ''Ikari III: The Rescue'', where they were sent on a mission to rescue the president's daughter, were developed, but neither caught on as the original game did.

Though the series itself died, it's heroes live on:
Ralf and Clark themselves eventually got a redesign and were included in the then-MassiveMultiplayerCrossover ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters '94''. They've stayed on that series as recurring characters, then in 2006, they returned to their Run-n-Gun roots when they joined the ''VideoGame/MetalSlug'' series.
26th Aug '15 7:17:01 PM tropower
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* ShoutOut: The game's Japanese title, "Ikari" (without the "Warriors") was taken from the name of the Japanese dub of Film/RamboFirstBloodPartII ("Rambo: Ikari no Dasshutsu", or "The furious Escape[[note]]"Ikari" means "anger" or "fury" in Japanese.[[/note]]).

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* ShoutOut: The game's Japanese title, "Ikari" (without the "Warriors") was taken from the name of the Japanese dub of Film/RamboFirstBloodPartII ("Rambo: Ikari no Dasshutsu", or "The furious Furious Escape[[note]]"Ikari" means "anger" or "fury" in Japanese.[[/note]]).
26th Aug '15 7:15:15 PM tropower
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* ShoutOut: The game's Japanese title, "Ikari" (without the "Warriors") was taken from the name of the Japanese dub of Film/RamboFIrstBloodPartII ("Rambo: Ikari no Dasshutsu", or "The furious Escape[[note]]"Ikari" means "anger" or "fury" in Japanese.[[/note]]).

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* ShoutOut: The game's Japanese title, "Ikari" (without the "Warriors") was taken from the name of the Japanese dub of Film/RamboFIrstBloodPartII Film/RamboFirstBloodPartII ("Rambo: Ikari no Dasshutsu", or "The furious Escape[[note]]"Ikari" means "anger" or "fury" in Japanese.[[/note]]).
26th Aug '15 7:15:00 PM tropower
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* ShoutOut: The game's Japanese title, "Ikari" (without the "Warriors") was taken from the name of the Japanese dub of Film/RamboFIrstBloodPartII ("Rambo: Ikari no Dasshutsu", or "The furious Escape[[note]]"Ikari" means "anger" or "fury" in Japanese.[[/note]]).
1st Aug '15 7:04:02 AM JudasZala
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* CheatCode: In the NES version of Ikari Warriors, you could press ABBA after dying to resurrect yourself. This could result in game breaking though as you spawned where you died which occasionally meant you might spawn inside a building sprite and be unable to escape or die.

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* CheatCode: In the NES version of Ikari Warriors, you could press ABBA A, B, B, A after dying to resurrect yourself. This could result in game breaking though as you spawned where you died which occasionally meant you might spawn inside a building sprite and be unable to escape or die.


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** Ralf and Clark's commander, General Kawasaki, was renamed Colonel Cook in the US arcade version. General Kawasaki was named after Eikichi Kawasaki, the founder and president of SNK, while Colonel Cook was named after Leland Cook, the co-founder of Tradewest, which distributed the game in the US.
24th Jul '15 10:31:30 PM nombretomado
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Two direct sequels, ''Victory Road'', where our heroes are TrappedInAnotherWorld, and ''Ikari III: The Rescue'', where they were sent on a mission to rescue the president's daughter, were developed, but neither caught on as the original game did. Ralf and Clark themselves eventually got a redesign and were included in the then-MassiveMultiplayerCrossover ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters '94''. They've stayed on that series as recurring characters, then in 2006, they returned to their Run-n-Gun roots when they joined the ''MetalSlug'' series.

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Two direct sequels, ''Victory Road'', where our heroes are TrappedInAnotherWorld, and ''Ikari III: The Rescue'', where they were sent on a mission to rescue the president's daughter, were developed, but neither caught on as the original game did. Ralf and Clark themselves eventually got a redesign and were included in the then-MassiveMultiplayerCrossover ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters '94''. They've stayed on that series as recurring characters, then in 2006, they returned to their Run-n-Gun roots when they joined the ''MetalSlug'' ''VideoGame/MetalSlug'' series.
23rd Jun '15 10:55:37 AM nombretomado
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Two direct sequels, ''Victory Road'', where our heroes are TrappedInAnotherWorld, and ''Ikari III: The Rescue'', where they were sent on a mission to rescue the president's daughter, were developed, but neither caught on as the original game did. Ralf and Clark themselves eventually got a redesign and were included in the then-MassiveMultiplayerCrossover ''KingOfFighters '94''. They've stayed on that series as recurring characters, then in 2006, they returned to their Run-n-Gun roots when they joined the ''MetalSlug'' series.

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Two direct sequels, ''Victory Road'', where our heroes are TrappedInAnotherWorld, and ''Ikari III: The Rescue'', where they were sent on a mission to rescue the president's daughter, were developed, but neither caught on as the original game did. Ralf and Clark themselves eventually got a redesign and were included in the then-MassiveMultiplayerCrossover ''KingOfFighters ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters '94''. They've stayed on that series as recurring characters, then in 2006, they returned to their Run-n-Gun roots when they joined the ''MetalSlug'' series.
25th Aug '13 9:26:02 AM Rotpar
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This classic ShootEmUp by SNK featured two ''{{Rambo}}''-esque commandos, Ralf Jones and Clark Still[[hottip:*: who for some reason, were renamed "Paul" and "Vince" in the U.S. versions until their presence in ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters'' series]], who fight their way through hordes of troops, tanks, mines and helicopters to reach the village of Ikari. The arcade game featured a rotary joystick, which could be turned to have the hero fire in eight directions, while moving in any direction the player likes.

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This classic ShootEmUp by SNK featured two ''{{Rambo}}''-esque commandos, Ralf Jones and Clark Still[[hottip:*: who Still[[note]]who for some reason, were renamed "Paul" and "Vince" in the U.S. versions until their presence in ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters'' series]], series[[/note]], who fight their way through hordes of troops, tanks, mines and helicopters to reach the village of Ikari. The arcade game featured a rotary joystick, which could be turned to have the hero fire in eight directions, while moving in any direction the player likes.



* CanonImmigrant: A remake of the first ''Ikari Warriors'' for Japanese mobile phones features Leona from the ''KOF'' series alongside Ralf and Clark (in their [=KOF=] designs). The remake is appropiately titled ''Ikari: Leona Gekitohen''[[hottip:*: In the Japan, the game is called simply "Ikari", without the "Warriors"]].

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* CanonImmigrant: A remake of the first ''Ikari Warriors'' for Japanese mobile phones features Leona from the ''KOF'' series alongside Ralf and Clark (in their [=KOF=] designs). The remake is appropiately titled ''Ikari: Leona Gekitohen''[[hottip:*: In Gekitohen''[[note]]In the Japan, the game is called simply "Ikari", without the "Warriors"]]."Warriors"[[/note]].
29th May '13 2:10:00 PM JIKTV
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* GainaxEnding \ GiantSpaceFleaOutOfNowhere: [[http://hardcoregaming101.net/ikari/ikari-6.png This]] is the final boss of the first game. Yes, that's right, it is [[spoiler:a nazi-demedaled corpse lying on a throne]]. ''Why?'' God only knows.

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* GainaxEnding \ GiantSpaceFleaOutOfNowhere: GainaxEnding[=/=]GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: [[http://hardcoregaming101.net/ikari/ikari-6.png This]] is the final boss of the first game. Yes, that's right, it is [[spoiler:a nazi-demedaled corpse lying on a throne]]. ''Why?'' God only knows.
3rd May '13 9:07:46 PM UltramarineAlizarin
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This classic ShootEmUp by SNK featured two ''{{Rambo}}''-esque commandos, Ralf Jones and Clark Still[[hottip:*: who for some reason, were renamed "Paul" and "Vince" in the U.S. versions until their presence in TheKingOfFighters series]], who fight their way through hordes of troops, tanks, mines and helicopters to reach the village of Ikari. The arcade game featured a rotary joystick, which could be turned to have the hero fire in eight directions, while moving in any direction the player likes.

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This classic ShootEmUp by SNK featured two ''{{Rambo}}''-esque commandos, Ralf Jones and Clark Still[[hottip:*: who for some reason, were renamed "Paul" and "Vince" in the U.S. versions until their presence in TheKingOfFighters ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters'' series]], who fight their way through hordes of troops, tanks, mines and helicopters to reach the village of Ikari. The arcade game featured a rotary joystick, which could be turned to have the hero fire in eight directions, while moving in any direction the player likes.
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