History VideoGame / MegaManZX

13th Apr '17 11:38:13 AM Willbyr
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** Some of the Pseudoroids have an uncanny resemblence to other characters. Fistleo's resemblence to [[StreetFighter Akuma]] has not gone unnoticed by many fans. Likewise, Hedgeshock/Tesrat looks like the robotic spawn of Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog and [[{{Pokemon}} Pikachu]].

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** Some of the Pseudoroids have an uncanny resemblence to other characters. Fistleo's resemblence to [[StreetFighter Akuma]] has not gone unnoticed by many fans. Likewise, Hedgeshock/Tesrat looks like the robotic spawn of Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog and [[{{Pokemon}} [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Pikachu]].
12th Mar '17 1:23:23 PM Getta
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* GuysSmashGirlsShoot: Zigzagged. While no Biometal or weapon is exclusive to one character, official art shows Vent favors the [=ZX-Saber=] while Aile prefers to use the [=ZX-Buster=]. Averted in Advent, where both player characters favor guns.

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* GuysSmashGirlsShoot: Zigzagged. While no Biometal or weapon is exclusive to one character, official art shows Vent favors the [=ZX-Saber=] while Aile prefers to use the [=ZX-Buster=]. Averted in Advent, where both player characters favor guns.Model A only gives guns and so our 2 new protagonists use them.
12th Mar '17 12:16:43 AM Valen
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* GuysSmashGirlsShoot: Zigzagged. While no Biometal or weapon is exclusive to one character, official art shows Vent favors the [=ZX-Saber=] while Aile prefers to use the [=ZX-Buster=]. Averted in Advent, where both player characters favor guns.
12th Mar '17 12:15:09 AM Valen
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* GuysStabGirlsShoot: Zigzagged. While no Biometal or weapon is exclusive to one character, official art shows Vent favors the [=ZX-Saber=] while Aile prefers to use the [=ZX-Buster=].
12th Mar '17 12:11:23 AM Valen
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* GuysStabGirlsShoot: Zigzagged. While no Biometal or weapon is exclusive to one character, official art shows Vent favors the [=ZX-Saber=] while Aile prefers to use the [=ZX-Buster=].
3rd Mar '17 3:37:47 AM AtmosBlitzer
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* [[DroppedABridgeOnHim Dropped A Bridge On Them]]: Being popular characters from the Zero series, the 4 Guardians were included as biometals in this series. However, you have to be ''dead'' before you can be a biometal, so the Guardians were [[RetCon abruptly declared]] to have died at the end of Zero 3. Apparently by '' [[StupidSacrifice standing too close to Omega when he blew up]] ''.

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* [[DroppedABridgeOnHim Dropped A Bridge On Them]]: Being popular characters from the Zero series, the 4 Guardians were included as biometals in this series. However, you have to be ''dead'' before you can be a biometal, so the Guardians were [[RetCon abruptly declared]] to have died at the end of Zero 3. Apparently by '' [[StupidSacrifice standing too close to Omega when he blew up]] ''.up]]''.
1st Mar '17 1:47:13 AM Minishear
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* UselessUsefulSpell: Averted with glory and extreme prejudice with Chronoforce's Time Slow in ZX Advent. Even if you can't think of other times that justify using it, it is basically essential for claiming Rospark's gold medal (defeat Rospark by only damaging him with Rospark) on Expert Mode because it ''does'' work on bosses, and he otherwise dominates the battlefield with his ContactDamage. Using Time Slow will even the odds and slow him to a crawl without extending his MercyInvincibility, allowing you to assault him in your Rospark's bud form and deal enough damage to drain his life, even though it'll still take countless hits whereas he can take you out with very few.
28th Feb '17 10:10:59 PM Minishear
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* AttackItsWeakPoint: Partially subverted. The idea in ''ZX'' is to ''avoid'' hitting the enemy's weak point, because doing so makes it cost more to repair the enemy's Biometals (not that it costs very much in the first place[[note]] unless you're playing ''Hard Mode'', in which case even the cheapest repair phase is ''ludicrously'' pricey[[/note]]) once they're salvaged (and you don't get the boss plushie for the mobile in Prairie's room). Several medals in ''ZXA'' require that either you don't hit them or you hit ''only'' them.

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* AttackItsWeakPoint: Partially subverted. The idea in ''ZX'' is to ''avoid'' hitting the enemy's weak point, because doing so makes it cost more to repair the enemy's Biometals (not that it costs very much in the first place[[note]] unless you're playing ''Hard Mode'', in which case even the cheapest repair phase is ''ludicrously'' pricey[[/note]]) once they're salvaged (and you don't get the boss plushie for the mobile in Prairie's room). Several medals One medal in ''ZXA'' require requires that either you don't hit them or you hit ''only'' them.the weak point. [[labelnote:Another note...]]A mercy of the former game's system is that Psuedoroids respawn after a while, once you beat five the least recent one you've fought will reappear, so you can take them on again without doing their entire level over (except for Leganchor, who is laughably easy to beat without hitting his weak point anyway). This grants you as many tries as you need to get a Level 4 Victory to repair the Biometal without paying and secure the boss doll in Praire's room.[[/labelnote]]
24th Jan '17 11:21:26 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* JustEatGilligan: ''Advent'' actually demonstrates the GenreSavvy use of this trope. In the Quarry, Grey/Ashe have an encounter with Aile/Vent, and the two get in a fight over what to do with the Model W in its depths. The former finds the Model W fused to a Spidrill and are forced to destroy both. It turns out that destroying the Quarry's Model W ''was the whole reason Aile/Vent were there in the first place!'' Unfortunately, destroying it wasn't enough to keep Ouroboros from forming, but you have to give the gang credit for trying.

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* JustEatGilligan: ''Advent'' actually demonstrates the GenreSavvy savvy use of this trope. In the Quarry, Grey/Ashe have an encounter with Aile/Vent, and the two get in a fight over what to do with the Model W in its depths. The former finds the Model W fused to a Spidrill and are forced to destroy both. It turns out that destroying the Quarry's Model W ''was the whole reason Aile/Vent were there in the first place!'' Unfortunately, destroying it wasn't enough to keep Ouroboros from forming, but you have to give the gang credit for trying.
29th Dec '16 3:17:50 PM Getta
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** Somewhat averted by Model W (which [[EmotionEater gains power through people dying in fear or from people with feelings of hatred]]) and absolutely averted with [[spoiler: Prometheus and Pandora, who were designed with [[YourDaysAreNumbered extremely short lifespans]] that forced them into obedience to Albert, as well as being forcibly fused with fragments of Model W by Albert, [[InvoluntaryShapeshifter altering their physical form]] [[ShapeshifterModeLock permanently]]. Furthermore, the constant reminder of their mortality as well as the influence of Model W has made them a bit [[DrivenToMadness less than reasonable]].]]



* RagnarokProofing
* RealTimeWeaponChange: In ''Advent''

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* RagnarokProofing
RagnarokProofing: In ''Advent'', if you take a certain quest, you can find some surviving old "artifacts" like the L Tank and the Yashichi from [[Videogame/MegaManClassic a distant past]] despite the world going through multiple global-scale disaster.
* RealTimeWeaponChange: In ''Advent''''Advent'', the bottom screen has the icons of the available A-Trans forms, that you can transform into when you touch the icon, without the need to pause.
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