History VideoGame / MegaManStarforce

30th Apr '17 11:58:16 AM nombretomado
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An [[TheAnimeOfTheGame anime adaptation]] of the series also aired but ended with an abrupt finale of the second season, ''Ryusei no Rockman Tribe'', based on the second game. The English dub first premiered on Cartoon Network's {{Toonami}} block before moving online to Toonami Jetstream. Only half of the first season was released. No [=DVDs=] ever circulated in the United States ''or'' Japan, though the dub got a UK DVD release thanks to [[Creator/MangaEntertainment Manga UK]]. There was a manga serialized in ''Corocoro'' that loosely adapted the first and second games, and Ryo Takamisaki (of ''Anime/MegaManNTWarrior'' fame) produced a promotional manga for ''Star Force 3''. Neither of these were translated into English.

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An [[TheAnimeOfTheGame anime adaptation]] of the series also aired but ended with an abrupt finale of the second season, ''Ryusei no Rockman Tribe'', based on the second game. The English dub first premiered on Cartoon Network's {{Toonami}} Creator/{{Toonami}} block before moving online to Toonami Jetstream. Only half of the first season was released. No [=DVDs=] ever circulated in the United States ''or'' Japan, though the dub got a UK DVD release thanks to [[Creator/MangaEntertainment Manga UK]]. There was a manga serialized in ''Corocoro'' that loosely adapted the first and second games, and Ryo Takamisaki (of ''Anime/MegaManNTWarrior'' fame) produced a promotional manga for ''Star Force 3''. Neither of these were translated into English.
20th Apr '17 11:33:37 PM SamMax
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An [[TheAnimeOfTheGame anime adaptation]] of the series also aired but ended with an abrupt finale of the second season, ''Ryusei no Rockman Tribe'', based on the second game. The English dub first premiered on Cartoon Network's {{Toonami}} block before moving online to Toonami Jetstream. Only half of the first season was released. No [=DVDs=] ever circulated in the United States ''or'' Japan. There was a manga serialized in ''Corocoro'' that loosely adapted the first and second games, and Ryo Takamisaki (of ''Anime/MegaManNTWarrior'' fame) produced a promotional manga for ''Star Force 3''. Neither of these were translated into English.

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An [[TheAnimeOfTheGame anime adaptation]] of the series also aired but ended with an abrupt finale of the second season, ''Ryusei no Rockman Tribe'', based on the second game. The English dub first premiered on Cartoon Network's {{Toonami}} block before moving online to Toonami Jetstream. Only half of the first season was released. No [=DVDs=] ever circulated in the United States ''or'' Japan.Japan, though the dub got a UK DVD release thanks to [[Creator/MangaEntertainment Manga UK]]. There was a manga serialized in ''Corocoro'' that loosely adapted the first and second games, and Ryo Takamisaki (of ''Anime/MegaManNTWarrior'' fame) produced a promotional manga for ''Star Force 3''. Neither of these were translated into English.
13th Apr '17 8:56:51 PM Tavernier
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* ForgottenPhlebotinum: Despite all the amazing future-tech the kids have access to, they almost never think to use it. ''Star Force 2'' is especially notable considering that a Geo collects a HoverBoard that works at up to [[SkySurfing thousands of feet in the air]] and Zack owns a personal ''sports car'' that neither of them sees fit to use more than once each.
13th Apr '17 1:19:39 PM Gosicrystal
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* AdaptationExpansion: Most of the CharactersOfTheWeek and their Wave Change aliens are given significantly expanded characterizations. Hyde and Gori in particular stand out as [[AscendedExtra Ascended Extras]].

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* AdaptationExpansion: Most of the CharactersOfTheWeek characters of the week and their Wave Change aliens are given significantly expanded characterizations. Hyde and Gori in particular stand out as [[AscendedExtra Ascended Extras]].


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13th Apr '17 1:13:35 PM Gosicrystal
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** Also in the second game, special event data from Real Life download stations (now LostForever) allowed Geo to obtain a Brotherband with [[VideoGame/MegaManClassic the original Mega Man]], suggesting at least a small bridge between their worlds was possible[[note]]This reflects the Battle Network 4 - Zero 3 crossover content from back in the day, except here Geo is connecting to an alternate past rather than Lan and Mega connecting to an alternate future[[/note]].

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** Also in the second game, special event data from Real Life download stations (now LostForever) [[TemporaryOnlineContent unavailable]]) allowed Geo to obtain a Brotherband with [[VideoGame/MegaManClassic the original Mega Man]], suggesting at least a small bridge between their worlds was possible[[note]]This reflects the Battle Network 4 - Zero 3 crossover content from back in the day, except here Geo is connecting to an alternate past rather than Lan and Mega connecting to an alternate future[[/note]].



* DownloadableContent: Each game allowed you to download a Secret Battle Card or two and possibly even extra [[SocializationBonus BrotherBand Data]]... [[LostForever back when the Download Station still hosted them]]. If you have access to a hacking device like Action Replay, you can simulate the transmission and get them, anyway.

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* DownloadableContent: Each game allowed you to download a Secret Battle Card or two and possibly even extra [[SocializationBonus BrotherBand Data]]... [[LostForever [[TemporaryOnlineContent back when the Download Station still hosted them]]. If you have access to a hacking device like Action Replay, you can simulate the transmission and get them, anyway.
11th Apr '17 9:14:51 AM Golondrina
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* LesCollaborateurs: Well, the formative stages of them, at least. Dr. Vega's chief plot is to bring about a new world order in which those she deems unworthy simply do not exist ([[WarIsHell she has]] [[CorruptBureaucrat a fairly]] [[LoveHurts good reason]] [[LoveMakesYouEvil for this]]). In order to enforce this, she ends up unleashing the power of Mu. And suddenly the whole damn world is ''begging'' her to let them in, desperately claiming that their flimsy claims to talent mark them as special.



* LesCollaborateurs: Well, the formative stages of them, at least. Dr. Vega's chief plot is to bring about a new world order in which those she deems unworthy simply do not exist ([[WarIsHell she has]] [[CorruptBureaucrat a fairly]] [[LoveHurts good reason]] [[LoveMakesYouEvil for this]]). In order to enforce this, she ends up unleashing the power of Mu. And suddenly the whole damn world is ''begging'' her to let them in, desperately claiming that their flimsy claims to talent mark them as special.
23rd Mar '17 8:01:18 PM Getta
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** It was planned for the game to have a water elemental Pirate tribe to complete the 4 elements (Zerker = Elec, Saurian = Fire, Ninja = Wood), as well as an elementless Angel tribe.
6th Feb '17 1:01:21 AM AtmosBlitzer
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* TriangRelations: Oh boy, where to begin? Luna has a massive fangirl crush on Mega Man, eventually turning into a [[TwoPersonLoveTriangle more subdued one for Geo]], which he sort of reciprocates in the form of a desire to protect her. At the same time, he and Sonia come together due to both of them having shared similar tragic life experiences, and Geo exhibits such behavior as pining away underneath an advertisement billboard featuring her when he thinks she's become his enemy. The third game muddies the water even further by throwing in a dating-sim inspired sequence where you have to retrieve one character's belongings, and doing so nets the player a cute little scene between Geo and the girl of your choice (or [[{{Squick}} Bud]]).

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* TriangRelations: Oh boy, where to begin? Luna has a massive fangirl crush on Mega Man, eventually turning into a [[TwoPersonLoveTriangle more subdued one for Geo]], which he sort of reciprocates in the form of a desire to protect her. At the same time, he and Sonia come together due to both of them having shared similar tragic life experiences, and Geo exhibits such behavior as pining away underneath an advertisement billboard featuring her when he thinks she's become his enemy. The third game muddies the water even further by throwing in a dating-sim inspired sequence where you have to retrieve one character's belongings, and doing so nets the player a cute little scene between Geo and the girl of your choice (or [[{{Squick}} [[BrosBeforeHoes Bud]]).
15th Jan '17 9:11:30 AM nombretomado
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** The ''Ghost Crisis'' movie's (''Star Force 2'') hero is the [[Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}} Ghost Duster]]. Pulls double-duty as a Shout Out to LuigisMansion, given that he's carting a vacuum cleaner around.

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** The ''Ghost Crisis'' movie's (''Star Force 2'') hero is the [[Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}} Ghost Duster]]. Pulls double-duty as a Shout Out to LuigisMansion, ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'', given that he's carting a vacuum cleaner around.
30th Dec '16 11:52:31 AM nombretomado
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* CaptainErsatz: Virgo and Corvus are two criminals from Planet FM. The way it is set up (particularly with Omega's origins) brings to mind the villains of ''[[Film/{{Superman}} Superman II]]''. They match up even better to the {{DCAU}} [[http://dcanimated.wikia.com/wiki/Mala counter]][[http://dcanimated.wikia.com/wiki/Jax-Ur parts]] of said villains.

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* CaptainErsatz: Virgo and Corvus are two criminals from Planet FM. The way it is set up (particularly with Omega's origins) brings to mind the villains of ''[[Film/{{Superman}} Superman II]]''. They match up even better to the {{DCAU}} Franchise/{{DCAU}} [[http://dcanimated.wikia.com/wiki/Mala counter]][[http://dcanimated.wikia.com/wiki/Jax-Ur parts]] of said villains.



** In the post-game of ''Star Force 3'', Planet FM is under attack by Sirius, the lord of a zone called the "[[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Black Hole Server]]", where he stores and preserves planets and their peoples for his own uses; however, unlike [[{{DCAU}} Brainiac]], he does this not for knowledge but so he can [[MundaneUtility essentially play]] ''[[PsychopathicManchild toy soldiers]]''. It would seem that it's not meant to be an actual Black Hole, however, as the fact that it only appeared recently suggests Sirius can pilot it about as he pleases, and it seemed to be a good idea to Cepheus ''and'' Omega-Xis to fire a series of interplanetary missiles at it; also, while normal Hertzes seem to be drawn irrevocably toward the center, Mega Man can walk about easily as he pleases. Considering that Mega Man has Noise control capabilities, [[FridgeBrilliance suddenly]], it would seem that the Black Hole Server is in fact a massive Noise Cluster, writ large to a galactic scale.

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** In the post-game of ''Star Force 3'', Planet FM is under attack by Sirius, the lord of a zone called the "[[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Black Hole Server]]", where he stores and preserves planets and their peoples for his own uses; however, unlike [[{{DCAU}} [[Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse Brainiac]], he does this not for knowledge but so he can [[MundaneUtility essentially play]] ''[[PsychopathicManchild toy soldiers]]''. It would seem that it's not meant to be an actual Black Hole, however, as the fact that it only appeared recently suggests Sirius can pilot it about as he pleases, and it seemed to be a good idea to Cepheus ''and'' Omega-Xis to fire a series of interplanetary missiles at it; also, while normal Hertzes seem to be drawn irrevocably toward the center, Mega Man can walk about easily as he pleases. Considering that Mega Man has Noise control capabilities, [[FridgeBrilliance suddenly]], it would seem that the Black Hole Server is in fact a massive Noise Cluster, writ large to a galactic scale.
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