History VideoGame / LegendaryWings

24th Sep '16 11:45:55 AM nombretomado
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** CapcomVsWhatever: Michelle Heart is best remembered as one of the {{Assist Character}}s in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomClashOfTheSuperheroes''. She also appears in card form in the first two ''SNKVsCapcom: Card Fighters'' and as part of Captain Commando's solo unit attack in ''ProjectXZone''.

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** CapcomVsWhatever: VideoGame/CapcomVsWhatever: Michelle Heart is best remembered as one of the {{Assist Character}}s in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomClashOfTheSuperheroes''. She also appears in card form in the first two ''SNKVsCapcom: Card Fighters'' and as part of Captain Commando's solo unit attack in ''ProjectXZone''.
9th Jun '16 11:54:32 PM gewunomox
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''Legendary Wings'' (''The Wings of Ares'' [[MarketBasedTitle in Japan]]) is a fantasy-themed [[ShootEmUp shoot 'em up]] game from {{Capcom}}, released into [[UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame arcades]] in 1986 and published in a home version for the NintendoEntertainmentSystem in 1988. The game is a fairly straight overhead-view {{SHMUP}}, with the added twist of special [[UnexpectedGameplayChange side-scrolling platform sections]]: this sections are accessed in several instances (they are the last section before any boss, but there are two optional ones: the "Minus Stage" accessed by entering the mouth of giant stone faces and the "Bonus Stage" accessed by destroying a certain statue on the ground) and has the player character walking (or flying) forward while shooting down enemies and collecting treasure chests for points.

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''Legendary Wings'' (''The Wings of Ares'' [[MarketBasedTitle in Japan]]) is a fantasy-themed [[ShootEmUp shoot 'em up]] game from {{Capcom}}, released into [[UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame arcades]] in 1986 and published in a home version for the NintendoEntertainmentSystem UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem in 1988. The game is a fairly straight overhead-view {{SHMUP}}, with the added twist of special [[UnexpectedGameplayChange side-scrolling platform sections]]: this sections are accessed in several instances (they are the last section before any boss, but there are two optional ones: the "Minus Stage" accessed by entering the mouth of giant stone faces and the "Bonus Stage" accessed by destroying a certain statue on the ground) and has the player character walking (or flying) forward while shooting down enemies and collecting treasure chests for points.



* {{Phoenix}}: In the NES version, you turn into a firebird when powered-up all the way, allowing you to take a few extra shots before dying (you're a OneHitPointWonder otherwise).

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* {{Phoenix}}: ThePhoenix: In the NES version, you turn into a firebird when powered-up all the way, allowing you to take a few extra shots before dying (you're a OneHitPointWonder otherwise).
4th Feb '16 3:15:55 AM GrammarNavi
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''Legendary Wings'' (''The Wings of Ares'' [[MarketBasedTitle in Japan]]) is a fantasy-themed [[ShootEmUp shoot 'em up]] game from {{Capcom}}, released into [[ArcadeGame arcades]] in 1986 and published in a home version for the NintendoEntertainmentSystem in 1988. The game is a fairly straight overhead-view {{SHMUP}}, with the added twist of special [[UnexpectedGameplayChange side-scrolling platform sections]]: this sections are accessed in several instances (they are the last section before any boss, but there are two optional ones: the "Minus Stage" accessed by entering the mouth of giant stone faces and the "Bonus Stage" accessed by destroying a certain statue on the ground) and has the player character walking (or flying) forward while shooting down enemies and collecting treasure chests for points.

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''Legendary Wings'' (''The Wings of Ares'' [[MarketBasedTitle in Japan]]) is a fantasy-themed [[ShootEmUp shoot 'em up]] game from {{Capcom}}, released into [[ArcadeGame [[UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame arcades]] in 1986 and published in a home version for the NintendoEntertainmentSystem in 1988. The game is a fairly straight overhead-view {{SHMUP}}, with the added twist of special [[UnexpectedGameplayChange side-scrolling platform sections]]: this sections are accessed in several instances (they are the last section before any boss, but there are two optional ones: the "Minus Stage" accessed by entering the mouth of giant stone faces and the "Bonus Stage" accessed by destroying a certain statue on the ground) and has the player character walking (or flying) forward while shooting down enemies and collecting treasure chests for points.
25th Dec '15 3:01:48 AM tenryufan
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* NoExportForYou: The Famicom counterpart of the NES version went unreleased.
14th Nov '15 9:22:19 AM WheeljackDude
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* ColorCodedMultiplayer: Particularly in the American version, where Michelle and Kevin were replaced by two palette-swapped angels with differently colored briefs (red for Player 1 and blue for Player 2).

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* ColorCodedMultiplayer: Particularly in the American original overseas version, where Michelle and Kevin were replaced by two palette-swapped angels with differently colored briefs (red for Player 1 and blue for Player 2).



* GenderFlip: Michelle Heart (as well as Kevin Walker) were replaced by two palette-swapped generic male heroes for the American version (the World version still featured Michelle and Kevin).

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* GenderFlip: Michelle Heart (as well as Kevin Walker) were replaced by two palette-swapped generic male heroes for the American original overseas version (the World later overseas version still featured brought back Michelle and Kevin).



* NoNameGiven: The two main characters in the American version of the arcade game, as well as in the NES version.

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* NoNameGiven: The two main characters in the American original overseas version of the arcade game, as well as in the NES version.



* PinkGirlBlueBoy: Michelle Heart and Kevin Walker respectively. [[note]]In the Japanese version. Her outfit was changed to green in the overseas version[[/note]]



* SchizoTech: There's a notable mixture of technology with ancient greek (or egyptian) ruins, specially in the arcade game. Some pillars are even broken, ''revealing they are technological inside''.

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* SchizoTech: There's a notable mixture of technology with ancient greek Greek (or egyptian) Egyptian) ruins, specially in the arcade game. Some pillars are even broken, ''revealing they are technological inside''.
11th Sep '15 11:01:05 AM marvelknight12
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** CapcomVsWhatever: Michelle Heart is best remembered as one of the {{Assist Character}}s in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomClashOfTheSuperheroes''. She also appears in card form in the first two ''SNKVsCapcom: Card Fighters''.
* ChestMonster: Some walls in the arcade game's bonus areas release enemies when shot.

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** CapcomVsWhatever: Michelle Heart is best remembered as one of the {{Assist Character}}s in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomClashOfTheSuperheroes''. She also appears in card form in the first two ''SNKVsCapcom: Card Fighters''.
Fighters'' and as part of Captain Commando's solo unit attack in ''ProjectXZone''.
* ChestMonster: Some walls in the arcade game's bonus areas release enemies when shot.



* {{Stripperific}}: Michelle is fighting in what seems to be a ''bikini''.

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* {{Stripperific}}: Michelle is fighting in what seems to be a ''bikini''.''bikini'', while Kevin is in ''briefs''.
3rd May '15 11:09:53 PM nombretomado
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Inspired by the legend of [[ClassicalMythology Icarus and Daedalus]], the story is set in a distant future, where humanity has been evolving into an advanced civilization thanks to the help of an alien supercomputer known as "DARK". DARK, however, suddenly starts to malfunction and does the exact opposite: KillAllHumans. With humanity at the brink of extinction, the God of War ([[VideoGame/GodOfWar no, not that one]]) Ares then decides to interfere and grant two humans magical wings: Michelle Heart is given the Wings of Love, while Kevin Walker the Wings of Courage. Together they take to the skies to fight off DARK and his minions.

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Inspired by the legend of [[ClassicalMythology [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Icarus and Daedalus]], the story is set in a distant future, where humanity has been evolving into an advanced civilization thanks to the help of an alien supercomputer known as "DARK". DARK, however, suddenly starts to malfunction and does the exact opposite: KillAllHumans. With humanity at the brink of extinction, the God of War ([[VideoGame/GodOfWar no, not that one]]) Ares then decides to interfere and grant two humans magical wings: Michelle Heart is given the Wings of Love, while Kevin Walker the Wings of Courage. Together they take to the skies to fight off DARK and his minions.
24th Jun '12 2:06:54 PM Prfnoff
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* ShoutOut: [[ForgottenWorlds Sylphie]] cosplays as Michelle in her ''VideoGame/NamcoXCapcom'' Hyper Combo.

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* ShoutOut: [[ForgottenWorlds [[VideoGame/ForgottenWorlds Sylphie]] cosplays as Michelle in her ''VideoGame/NamcoXCapcom'' Hyper Combo.
24th Jun '12 11:23:11 AM Prfnoff
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* AncientEgypt: The bonus stages in the NES game are given an Egyptian-themed redesign. Specially notable with the collectibles, changed into Egyptian symbols and head masks.

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* AncientEgypt: The bonus stages in the NES game are given an Egyptian-themed redesign. Specially notable with the collectibles, changed into Egyptian symbols and head masks.



* TheCameo: Michelle Heart appears as one of the many "guests" in Ken's ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha Street Fighter Alpha 2]]'' stage.

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* TheCameo: Michelle Heart appears as one of the many "guests" in Ken's ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha Street Fighter Alpha 2]]'' stage.



* ChestMonster: Some walls in the arcade game's bonus areas release enemies when shot.
* ColorCodedMultiplayer: Particularly in the American version, where Michelle and Kevin were replaced by two palette-swapped angels with differently colored briefs (red for Player 1 and blue for Player 2).



* GenderFlip: Michelle Heart is replaced by another guy in the American version of the arcade game, as well as in the NES port. She was kept in the World version of the arcade game. Kevin Walker was also replaced, but he was already a guy to begin with.

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* GenderFlip: Michelle Heart is (as well as Kevin Walker) were replaced by another guy in two palette-swapped generic male heroes for the American version of the arcade game, as well as in the NES port. She was kept in the (the World version of the arcade game. Kevin Walker was also replaced, but he was already a guy to begin with.still featured Michelle and Kevin).



* KillAllHumans: What DARK shoots for.
* MarketBasedTitle
* MasterComputer: DARK, pretty much.
* NoExportForYou: The Famicom counterpart of the NES version went unreleased.
* NoNameGiven: The two main characters in the American version of the arcade game and the NES port.

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* KillAllHumans: What DARK shoots for.
for.
* MarketBasedTitle
MarketBasedTitle
* MasterComputer: DARK, pretty much.
much.
* NoExportForYou: The Famicom counterpart of the NES version went unreleased.
unreleased.
* NoNameGiven: The two main characters in the American version of the arcade game and game, as well as in the NES port.version.



* PlayingWithFire: The Flame Shots powerup.
* {{Precursors}}: Not seen per-se, but DARK is said to have been left by aliens.

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* PlayingWithFire: The Flame Shots powerup.
powerup.
* {{Precursors}}: Not seen per-se, but DARK is said to have been left by aliens.



* SandWorm: Earwig from the NES game, though it doesn't move through sand.
* SchizoTech: There's a notable mixture of technology with ancient greek (or egyptian) ruins, specially in the arcade game. Some pillars are even broken, ''revealing they are technological inside''.
* SchrodingersPlayerCharacter: When in single-player.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: The Japanese version of the arcade game spells Michelle's name as "Michel Heart" during the AttractMode .

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* SandWorm: Earwig from the NES game, though it doesn't move through sand.
sand.
* SchizoTech: There's a notable mixture of technology with ancient greek (or egyptian) ruins, specially in the arcade game. Some pillars are even broken, ''revealing they are technological inside''.
inside''.
* SchrodingersPlayerCharacter: When in single-player.
single-player.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: The Japanese version of the arcade game spells Michelle's name as "Michel Heart" during the AttractMode .



* UnexpectedGameplayChange: The sidescrolling sections.
* WaddlingHead: The "tentacle-helmet" enemies in the sidescrolling sections.

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* UnexpectedGameplayChange: The sidescrolling sections.
sections.
* WaddlingHead: The "tentacle-helmet" enemies in the sidescrolling sections.



* WombLevel: The Minus Stage in the NES game are completely redesigned into this, including meat-like walls with mouths and hearts, and ribs serving as the ceiling and floor.

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* WombLevel: The Minus Stage in the NES game are completely redesigned into this, including meat-like walls with mouths and hearts, and ribs serving as the ceiling and floor.
11th May '12 5:02:01 PM Centimental
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Inspired by the legend of [[ClassicalMythology Icarus and Daedalus]], the story is set in a distant future, where humanity has been evolving into an advanced civilization thanks to the help of an alien supercomputer known as "DARK". DARK, however, suddenly starts to malfunction and does the exact opposite: KillAllHumans. With humanity at the brink of extinction, the God of War ([[GodOfWar no, not that one]]) Ares then decides to interfere and grant two humans magical wings: Michelle Heart is given the Wings of Love, while Kevin Walker the Wings of Courage. Together they take to the skies to fight off DARK and his minions.

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Inspired by the legend of [[ClassicalMythology Icarus and Daedalus]], the story is set in a distant future, where humanity has been evolving into an advanced civilization thanks to the help of an alien supercomputer known as "DARK". DARK, however, suddenly starts to malfunction and does the exact opposite: KillAllHumans. With humanity at the brink of extinction, the God of War ([[GodOfWar ([[VideoGame/GodOfWar no, not that one]]) Ares then decides to interfere and grant two humans magical wings: Michelle Heart is given the Wings of Love, while Kevin Walker the Wings of Courage. Together they take to the skies to fight off DARK and his minions.
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