History VideoGame / InfinityBlade

23rd May '16 3:47:11 PM SuperWaitei
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*** He actually does eventually get to at least level 125, but even when he does level up, he still lags far behind the other Titans considerably in power.
23rd May '16 3:43:32 PM SuperWaitei
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** In the ending, the way Siris deals the final blow to [[spoiler: The Worker Of Secrets]] is in the same manner that he defeated [[spoiler: Raidriar]] in the first game.
18th May '16 1:58:52 PM nombretomado
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** In the Skycage update, you will always encounter a large Titan guarding the cages of the prisoners. If you're lucky, it may be a [[Videogame/GearsOfWar Locust Butcher]] guarding them. He's even wearing his apron and wielding his unique meat cleaver!
** In the second and third game, you can encounter Monstrosities: massive feral creatures that attack you with limb bashes and bites. One of the possible Monstrosities you can run into are the [[Videogame/GearsOfWar Pierced Wretch and Plated Wretch]].
12th May '16 9:57:32 PM SuperWaitei
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* GuideDangIt: All of those seemingly useless maps you get? Yeah, they're each their own separate side quest for unlocking some sweet items. Good luck figuring that out on your own, though. The maps in the game are ''completely incomprehensible '' when you look at them. All of the maps display some vaguely cryptic clues on a location or weapon, but the rest is for you to discover. One in particular is the Map of Heaven side quest, which allows you to get The Worker of Secrets' armor, which happens to be the best armor for Siris, making this worthwhile. The map displays a picture of some building and two random weapons. Stumped, right? Turns out these weapons are the Blade of Heaven and the Axe of Heaven and are very expensive each. Siris and Isa must have these weapons equipped, then you must travel to the Metius Observatory and tap on an observatory in the right spot WAY in the background that you probably never noticed before you fight the first Titan. Then, you will travel to the Observatory where you encounter a BonusBoss and can claim The Origin armor, but there is no way a player could figure this out by themselves. Not to mention that the other maps cost a fortune in Battle Chips as well, so you'll spend loads of time and money for these cryptic quests.
12th May '16 3:12:49 PM SuperWaitei
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The dialogue in is spoken in a fictional language called pangean and parrying was a lot more difficult.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The dialogue in it is spoken in a fictional language called pangean and parrying was a lot more difficult.



* IShallTauntYou: Being defeated by a Titan will have them strike a triumphant or derisive pose at your corpse.



* IShallTauntYou: Once again, being defeated by a Titan will have them strike a triumphant or derisive pose at you. Some nobler enemies, like Ryth, will instead bow respectfully to you and Monstrosities [[EatenAlive will just swallow you whole upon defeat]].



* InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons: Siris and Isa can be randomly attacked during missions by a massive Dragon, Ba'el, bred by [[spoiler:the Worker to distract them from finding his actual plan.]] The Ausar Rising update adds a second Dragon, Pisci. [[spoiler:The final update, Kingdom Come, allows you to fight the legendary King of Dragons himself, Dragoor.]]

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* InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons: Siris and Isa can be randomly attacked during missions by a massive Dragon, Ba'el, bred by [[spoiler:the Worker to distract them from finding his actual plan.]] The Ausar Rising update adds a second Dragon, Pisci. [[spoiler:The final update, Kingdom Come, allows you to fight the legendary King of Dragons himself, Dragoor.]]Dragoor]].
* IShallTauntYou: Standard procedure for the games; being defeated in battle will have your enemy strike a victorious or mocking gesture towards your corpse. However, some enemies respectfully bow to you instead and the more talkative ones like the MX-Elite will utter "pathetic fool" or "you never stood a chance" in addition to their pose. The Dragons and Monstrosities are a bit more pragmatic and [[EatenAlive simply eat you instead]].
11th May '16 5:51:51 PM SuperWaitei
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** Actually, the cake of this trope goes to The Collector. He has a fairly large health pool the first time you battle him, but the second time you meet him, he's level ''2500'' and has ''200,000'' hitpoints. If you beat him again, his third appearance will have him at level '''10,000''' and will boast a crushing '''885,000''' hitpoints! At this point, you'll have to take breaks between the fight because he's a full on MarathonBoss at this point. Beat him again and...well, you see the pattern here.
8th May '16 11:16:10 PM SuperWaitei
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* PromotedToPlayable: Isa, who was completely absent in the first game and only showed up in the tutorial and ending cutscene of the second game, is finally playable in this installment. She always starts her fights by causing ScratchDamage to the Titans with her crossbow, has a more acrobatic fighting approach with different finishers, has her own completely different set of equipment and items to master and boasts different skills from Siris to distinguish herself.
8th May '16 11:06:44 PM SuperWaitei
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* CloningBlues: [[spoiler: Turns out there's a cult in Koroth hoping to resurrect Ausar. For obvious reasons, it's not the ''real'' Ausar they have, but a Soulless clone who awakens anyway and immediately embarks on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge against Raidriar...who is, of course, already dead]].

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* CloningBlues: [[spoiler: Turns out there's a cult in Koroth hoping to resurrect Ausar. For obvious reasons, it's not the ''real'' Ausar they have, but a Soulless clone who awakens anyway and immediately embarks on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge against Raidriar...who is, of course, already dead]].dead.]]



* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: Particulalry noticeable when you get hit by a Titan using the DualWielding style. The stagger animation for Siris and Isa when they are struck is longer than it takes for the Titan to land another hit on you. If you are hit by an unlucky attack, expect to take at least two more in succession due to the stupid animation preventing you from inputting any swipes to regain your footing.

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* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: Particulalry Particularly noticeable when you get hit by a Titan using the DualWielding style. The stagger animation for Siris and Isa when they are struck is longer than it takes for the Titan to land another hit on you. If you are hit by an unlucky attack, expect to take at least two more in succession due to the stupid animation preventing you from inputting any swipes to regain your footing.
8th May '16 11:05:04 PM SuperWaitei
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* CloningBlues: [[spoiler: Turns out there's a cult in Koroth hoping to resurrect Ausar. For obvious reasons, it's not the ''real'' Ausar they have, but a Soulless clone. Who awakens anyway and immediately embarks on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge against Raidriar...who is, of course, already dead.]]

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* CloningBlues: [[spoiler: Turns out there's a cult in Koroth hoping to resurrect Ausar. For obvious reasons, it's not the ''real'' Ausar they have, but a Soulless clone. Who clone who awakens anyway and immediately embarks on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge against Raidriar...who is, of course, already dead.]]dead]].
* CompanionCube: During the opening cinematic, Galath speaks to the Infinity Blade as if it was an old friend from whom he has been separated for far too long.



* CompanionCube: During the opening cinematic, Galath speaks to the Infinity Blade as if it was an old friend from whom he has been separated for far too long.
8th May '16 11:00:15 PM SuperWaitei
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* CantCatchUp: While traveling throughout the game's various locations, you may encounter [[spoiler: The Dark Knight]] from the first game. No matter how high you get in the Awakenings or how powerful your gear is, he'll always be capped at level 75 and can literally be dispatched in half a dozen hits. It's easy to feel sorry for the poor bastard when you kick his ass time and time again.

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* CantCatchUp: While traveling throughout the game's various locations, you may encounter [[spoiler: The Dark Knight]] from the first game. No matter how high you get in the Awakenings or how powerful your gear is, he'll always be capped at level 75 and can literally be dispatched in half a dozen hits. It's easy to feel sorry for the poor bastard when you kick his ass time and time again. Also overlaps with VillainForgotToLevelGrind.



* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: Particulalry noticeable when you get hit by a Titan using the DualWielding style. The stagger animation for Siris and Isa when they are struck is longer than it takes for the Titan to land another hit on you. If you are hit by an unlucky attack, expect to take at least two more in succession due to the stupid animation preventing you from inputting any swipes to regain your footing.



* DamageSpongeBoss: The Dragons. The first one starts out with ''100,000'' hit points, and it just gets higher from there.

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* DamageSpongeBoss: The Dragons. The first one starts out with ''100,000'' hit points, and it just gets higher from there. The second dragon, Pisci, has ''500,000'' hitpoints and the legendary King of Dragons, Dragoor, carries a whopping ''750,000'' hitpoints, by far the highest HP of any enemy in the series!
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