History VideoGame / MegaManBattleNetWork

4th Jan '18 5:32:36 PM nombretomado
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* TheCameo: ''HideoKojima'' himself in ''Battle Network 4''. In-universe, Rogue of ''VideoGame/MegaManStarForce'' appears as a battle chip and enemy summon in ''Operate Shooting Star''. Also the cameos of VideoGame/{{Boktai}} characters, especially Django.

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* TheCameo: ''HideoKojima'' ''Creator/HideoKojima'' himself in ''Battle Network 4''. In-universe, Rogue of ''VideoGame/MegaManStarForce'' appears as a battle chip and enemy summon in ''Operate Shooting Star''. Also the cameos of VideoGame/{{Boktai}} characters, especially Django.
3rd Jan '18 5:21:29 AM Cryoclaste
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** In [=BN3=], [[{{Mario}} a red cap and overalls]] are hanging on the wall of Yai's house.

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** In [=BN3=], [[{{Mario}} [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros a red cap and overalls]] are hanging on the wall of Yai's house.
1st Jan '18 3:10:40 PM HyperEmerson
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* GameplayAndStorySegregation:
** Glitch [=MegaMan=]'s code in the Navicust and drug him with Dark Chips all you want, it doesn't make any difference in the story.
** MegaMan often gets in trouble for using only his lousy buster in cutscenes instead of the arsenal of battlechips he gains through the story. Nobody thinks of just logging out when in trouble, either, though this may be handwaved sometimes.
28th Dec '17 11:42:16 AM MetalMichelangelo
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*** 4 is a rather noticeable one (at least in Red Sun). Match willingly turns himself in by telling Lan and the tournament emcee to call the officials. Lan however, refuses because of their tournament Match.



** Almost every single opponent you fight in ''Battle Network 4'' that commits a crime seems to get off the hook one way or another. Including someone who ''makes the temperature in the world go down to the point where it's snowing in a naturally hot country'' and someone who ''depletes their own village's only water source''. The former is seen in Sharo (despite being imprisoned in Netfrica) around the end of the game, and the latter is immediately forgiven after the battle with him.

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** Almost every single opponent you fight in ''Battle Network 4'' that commits a crime seems to get off the hook one way or another. Including someone Ivan who ''makes the temperature in the world go down to the point where it's snowing in a naturally hot country'' and someone Paulie who ''depletes their own village's only water source''. The former is seen in Sharo (despite being imprisoned in Netfrica) around the end of the game, and the latter is immediately forgiven after the battle with him.him.
** In the second game, Lan arrives in Netopia and an NPC offers him a free ride from the airport to the town. Once they reach town however, he holds Lan hostage until he gets every battle chip in Lan's pack. You do get the chips back later by defeating Snake Man, but the guy who stole the chips and sold them to Snake Man's operator, Ms. Millions, gets away.
** Higsby. HeelFaceTurn or not, he still brainwashed most of the kids ([[AdultsAreUseless and some teachers]]) in Lan's school for WWW and gets away with only a scolding from Lan.
** Dr. Regal. He refuses Dr. Hikari giving him a second chance because he believes he's done too much to be redeemed. Cue his father Dr. Wily [[AmnesiacsAreInnocent erasing the last ten years of his memories and the last we see of him is living a carefree life working at Sci Lab]].
** It was never made clear what happened to Madd and Yahoot after the first game. Although [=ColorMan=]'s appearance and dialogue in Network Transmission implies Madd falls under this as well.
27th Dec '17 12:45:14 PM Tyjohnson616
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* HighSchoolAU: The Second time in the franchise, though unlike the first ([[DreamwavesMegaMan Dreamwave]]) it isn't an alternate version of Rockman that's the lead character going to school but [[spoiler: his human born twin.]]
11th Dec '17 3:53:26 PM Yinyang107
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* ExtremeGraphicalRepresentation: Oh dear ''god'', you could practically rename the trope "[=MegaMan=] Interface". The cyberworld is exactly like the human world, complete with water, fire, weather, and plants including full-grown trees. Just slap the prefix "cyber" in front of the usual term. Heck, some Navis are even capable of ''cooking''. You know, because programs get hungry too (apparently).[[note]] Though Mega's brief comment about how hungry he was in the first game is quite the foreshadowing tool... [[/note]]

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* ExtremeGraphicalRepresentation: Oh dear ''god'', you could practically rename the trope "[=MegaMan=] Interface". The cyberworld is exactly like the human world, complete with water, fire, weather, and plants including full-grown trees. Just slap the prefix "cyber" in front of the usual term. Heck, some Navis are even capable of ''cooking''. You know, because programs get hungry too (apparently).[[note]] Though Mega's brief comment about how hungry he was in the first game is quite the foreshadowing tool... [[/note]]
10th Dec '17 9:37:26 PM MayIncon
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* RecurringCharacter: The only games that Mr. Match doesn't appear in are ''Cybeast Gregar'', ''Red Sun'', and both versions of ''5''. In all the other games, he shows up and is fightable.

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* RecurringCharacter: The only games that Mr. Match doesn't appear in are ''Cybeast Gregar'', ''Red Sun'', Falzar'', ''Blue Moon'', and both versions of ''5''. In all the other games, he shows up and is fightable.
9th Dec '17 9:37:15 AM flameclaw0x7
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* RecurringCharacter: The only games that Mr. Match doesn't appear in are ''Cybeast Gregar'', ''Red Sun'', and both versions of ''5''. In all the other games, he shows up and is fightable.
8th Dec '17 7:58:09 PM FRizer
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** Lan's grandfather and stand-in for the Classic series' Dr. Light is named Tadashi Hikari, which translates to "right (i.e. correct) light". Obviously a play on the whole [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Dr. Right/Light problem]].

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** Lan's grandfather and stand-in for the Classic series' Dr. Light is named Tadashi Hikari, which translates to "right (i.e. correct) light". Obviously a play on the whole [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Dr. Right/Light problem]]. This is given another nod at the end of the series: [[spoiler:Lan's son (Patch) in Japan is named "'''Raito''' Hikari" (光来斗)]].
4th Dec '17 7:41:14 PM flameclaw0x7
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* SimpleYetAwesome: The [=LifeSword=] advance from the second game onward. It requires three chips to use (Sword, WideSwrd, LongSwrd in that order), [[DiscOneNuke the first two tend to be in all the starting folders and the lattermost can usually be acquired early on]]. Put them together in the right order, and you get a very powerful single attack that covers a wide area and does a lot of damage. It's a useful attack many players will likely find themselves using again and again.

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* SimpleYetAwesome: The [=LifeSword=] advance from the second game onward. It requires three chips to use (Sword, WideSwrd, LongSwrd [=WideSword=], [=LongSword=] in that order), [[DiscOneNuke the first two tend to be in all the starting folders and the lattermost can usually be acquired early on]]. Put them together in the right order, and you get a very powerful single attack that covers a wide area and does a lot of damage. It's a useful attack many players will likely find themselves using again and again.
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