History VideoGame / LunarTheSilverStar

13th May '16 4:27:34 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''Lunar: Silver Star Story'' for the UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn and its updated re-release for the PlayStation. Working Designs localized the the [=PlayStation=] version as ''Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete''. It had a [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer Windows PC]] port, but unfortunately [[NoExportForYou it never left Japan (or South Korea)]] due to technical problems during the localization process.

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* ''Lunar: Silver Star Story'' for the UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn and its updated re-release for the PlayStation.UsefulNotes/PlayStation. Working Designs localized the the [=PlayStation=] version as ''Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete''. It had a [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer Windows PC]] port, but unfortunately [[NoExportForYou it never left Japan (or South Korea)]] due to technical problems during the localization process.



* ''Lunar: Silver Star Harmony'' for PlayStationPortable. English version was released by Creator/{{XSEED|Games}}.

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* ''Lunar: Silver Star Harmony'' for PlayStationPortable.UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable. English version was released by Creator/{{XSEED|Games}}.
23rd Mar '16 9:55:13 PM darkknight109
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* QuitWhining: Jessica gives Kyle this treatment when he and Nash are having their pity party after losing to Ghaleon.

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* QuitWhining: QuitYourWhining: Jessica gives Kyle this treatment when he and Nash are having their pity party after losing to Ghaleon.
9th Mar '16 11:06:11 PM Chirpa43
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* DistressedDude: Nash ends up as this on two occasions: first in his introduction when he's caught in a trap [WhatAnIdiot he fell for], and second when the Magic Masher suit he dons in the Frontier begins acting on its own and Alex and the others have to break him out of it.

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* DistressedDude: Nash ends up as this on two occasions: first in his introduction when he's caught in a trap [WhatAnIdiot [[WhatAnIdiot he fell for], for]], and second when the Magic Masher suit he dons in the Frontier begins acting on its own and Alex and the others have to break him out of it.
9th Mar '16 11:05:30 PM Chirpa43
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* DistressedDude: Nash ends up as this on two occasions: first in his introduction when he's caught in a trap [WhatAnIdiot he fell for], and second when the Magic Masher suit he dons in the Frontier begins acting on its own and Alex and the others have to break him out of it.
3rd Mar '16 1:22:32 PM Chirpa43
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* QuitWhining: Jessica gives Kyle this treatment when he and Nash are having their pity party after losing to Ghaleon.


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* UnwantedRescue: In Silver Star Harmony, Jessica berates Kyle for jumping into the waters of Meryod to save her despite not being able to swim, pointing out that she was raised by a pirate and can swim just fine.
2nd Mar '16 10:57:39 PM Chirpa43
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** Jessica, Mia, [[UpToEleven AND]] Fresca fall victim to this trope during the Pao/Black Dragon Fortress part of the game when the Dark Songstress' song renders them sick and helpless. Jessica also becomes one during [[DistressBall the encounter with Plaster Mel]]. Considering how the game is already centered around saving a damsel in distress, these scenes bear UnfortunateImplications.
** The Pao example is even worse when you consider the fact that the boys make it back to the village [[NegatedMomentOfAwesome right when the girls are about to go searching for them.]] And then Fresca talks about [[StayInTheKitchen how much she wants to have Tempest's babies.]] Also, there's [[PlotHole no reason only the girls should have been affected]] since there were also male victims in the village.
19th Feb '16 4:14:56 PM Chirpa43
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* MenActWomenAre: Hoo, boy. While Jessica and Mia are relatively pro-active for female RPG characters, they still conform directly to old-fashioned gender roles. Near the end of the game, the most they do is motivate their significant others out of their pity party. The boys tend to be much more active in the plot, diving right into the action while the girls offer support. Then there's the Black Dragon Fortress, which the boys have to storm without the girls because the latter have fallen ill.
** Particularly egregious in Mia's case since technically she's [[spoiler: destined to be Nash's superior.]]
18th Feb '16 2:56:48 PM Chirpa43
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** Jessica, Mia, AND Fresca fall victim to this trope during the Pao/Black Dragon Fortress part of the game when the Dark Songstress' song renders them sick and helpless. Jessica also becomes one during [[DistressBall the encounter with Plaster Mel]]. Considering how the game is already centered around saving a damsel in distress, these scenes bear UnfortunateImplications.
** The Pao example is even worse when you consider the fact that the boys make it back to the village [[NegatedMomentOfAwesome right when the girls are about to go searching for them.]] And then Fresca talks about [[StayInTheKitchen how much she wants to have Tempest's babies.]]

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** Jessica, Mia, AND [[UpToEleven AND]] Fresca fall victim to this trope during the Pao/Black Dragon Fortress part of the game when the Dark Songstress' song renders them sick and helpless. Jessica also becomes one during [[DistressBall the encounter with Plaster Mel]]. Considering how the game is already centered around saving a damsel in distress, these scenes bear UnfortunateImplications.
** The Pao example is even worse when you consider the fact that the boys make it back to the village [[NegatedMomentOfAwesome right when the girls are about to go searching for them.]] And then Fresca talks about [[StayInTheKitchen how much she wants to have Tempest's babies.]]]] Also, there's [[PlotHole no reason only the girls should have been affected]] since there were also male victims in the village.



* MenActWomenAre: While Jessica and Mia are relatively pro-active for female RPG characters, they still conform directly to old-fashioned gender roles. Near the end of the game, the most they do is motivate their significant others out of their pity party. The boys tend to be much more active in the plot, diving right into the action while the girls offer support. Then there's the Black Dragon Fortress, which the boys have to storm without the girls because the latter have fallen ill.

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* MenActWomenAre: Hoo, boy. While Jessica and Mia are relatively pro-active for female RPG characters, they still conform directly to old-fashioned gender roles. Near the end of the game, the most they do is motivate their significant others out of their pity party. The boys tend to be much more active in the plot, diving right into the action while the girls offer support. Then there's the Black Dragon Fortress, which the boys have to storm without the girls because the latter have fallen ill.
17th Feb '16 8:59:10 AM Chirpa43
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* MenActWomenAre: While Jessica and Mia are relatively pro-active for female RPG characters, they still conform directly to old-fashioned gender roles. Near the end of the game, the most they do is motivate their significant others out of their HeroicBSODMoment. The boys tend to be much more active in the plot, diving right into the action while the girls offer support. Then there's the Black Dragon Fortress, which the boys have to storm without the girls because the latter have fallen ill.

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* MenActWomenAre: While Jessica and Mia are relatively pro-active for female RPG characters, they still conform directly to old-fashioned gender roles. Near the end of the game, the most they do is motivate their significant others out of their HeroicBSODMoment.pity party. The boys tend to be much more active in the plot, diving right into the action while the girls offer support. Then there's the Black Dragon Fortress, which the boys have to storm without the girls because the latter have fallen ill.
17th Feb '16 8:57:48 AM Chirpa43
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* MenActWomenAre: While Jessica and Mia are relatively pro-active for female RPG characters, they still conform directly to old-fashioned gender roles. Near the end of the game, the most they do is motivate their significant others out of their HeroicBSODMoment. The boys tend to be much more active in the plot, diving right into the action while the girls offer support. Then there's the Black Dragon Fortress, which the boys have to storm without the girls because the latter have fallen ill.
** Particularly egregious in Mia's case since technically she's [[spoiler: destined to be Nash's superior.]]
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