History VideoGame / NoituLove

24th Sep '16 10:17:21 AM Aipom14
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* ActionGirl: Xoda Rap, a ninja girl capable of agile attacks and swift maneuvers.

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* ActionGirl: Xoda Rap, a ninja girl brawler capable of agile attacks and swift maneuvers.
19th Sep '16 6:26:59 PM Aipom14
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The first game is a mix of an {{action game}} and a {{platform|Game}}er, whereas the second one eschews the platform element to make a significantly faster paced action game. The plot from the games is relatively [[ExcusePlot simple]]. The first game, set in TheFuture, pits the protagonist, Noitu Love, against MadScientist Darnacus Damnation and his army of MechaMooks, the Grinning Darns. The second game takes place in the future and pits Noitu Love's DistaffCounterpart and ActionGirl Xoda Rap against the Grinning Darns who've mysteriously risen again.

The first episode can be freely downloaded [[http://www.konjak.org/index.php?folder=4&file=7 here]]. The sequel can be bought [[http://www.konjak.org/index.php?folder=4&file=10 here]], through {{Desura}}, or on UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. The sequel was also ported to the UsefulNotes/WiiU and UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS [=eShops=] in September of 2016.

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The first game is a mix of an {{action game}} and a {{platform|Game}}er, whereas the second one eschews the platform element to make a significantly faster paced action game. The plot from of the games is relatively [[ExcusePlot simple]]. The first game, set in TheFuture, pits the protagonist, Noitu Love, against MadScientist Darnacus Damnation and his army of MechaMooks, the Grinning Darns. The second game (subtitled ''Devolution'') takes place in the future and pits Noitu Love's DistaffCounterpart and ActionGirl Xoda Rap against the Grinning Darns who've mysteriously risen again.

The first episode game can be freely downloaded on [[http://www.konjak.org/index.php?folder=4&file=7 here]]. The sequel org/ Konjak's website]], while ''Devolution'' can be bought [[http://www.konjak.org/index.php?folder=4&file=10 here]], through {{Desura}}, or on UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}.UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} (with the soundtrack freely downloadable from the aforementioned website). The sequel was also ported to the UsefulNotes/WiiU and UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS [=eShops=] in September of 2016.



* AnotherSideAnotherStory: After beating ''Devolution'' as Xoda, you can play the story again while playing as Rilo Doppelori. The plot shows her beating all the bosses Xoda faced, including the Sea Serpent that clearly blasted her away in Xoda's story. It ends up tying into the main story by the end, though, where [[spoiler:the two characters meet at the Darn Base, and both go different ways, with Rilo going to activate the base's self-destruct and fight a new boss.]]
** After beating the game as Rilo, Almond is playable. His story doesn't tie into anyone else's, though, and since [[spoiler:a good amount of the plot revolves around Almond's capture,]] it's clearly non-canon.

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* AnotherSideAnotherStory: AnotherSideAnotherStory:
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After beating ''Devolution'' as Xoda, you can play the story again while playing as Rilo Doppelori. The plot shows her beating all the bosses Xoda faced, including the Sea Serpent that clearly blasted her away in Xoda's story. It ends up tying into the main story by the end, though, where [[spoiler:the two characters meet at the Darn Base, and both go different ways, with Rilo going to activate the base's self-destruct and fight a new boss.]]
** After beating the game as Rilo, Almond is playable. His story doesn't tie into anyone else's, though, and since [[spoiler:a good amount of the plot revolves around Almond's capture,]] capture]], it's clearly non-canon.



* AttackItsWeakpoint: Just about every boss in both games. The only ones who don't have one are either defeated in a non-fighting way, or are small enough for their entire body to count as a hitbox.
** Sergeant Killburne from the first game even [[LampshadeHanging has a panel saying "Weak Point Here" as his weak point.

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* AttackItsWeakpoint: Just about every boss in both games. The only ones who don't have one are either defeated in a non-fighting way, or are small enough for their entire body to count as a hitbox.
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hitbox. Sergeant Killburne from the first game even [[LampshadeHanging has a panel saying "Weak Point Here" Point" as his weak point.point]].



** O2-Joy in the second game starts like this, but heads into the same area as you after being smacked by hammers enough.

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** O2-Joy in the second game starts like this, but heads into the same area as you after being smacked by hammers enough.enough times.



* DualBoss: The Grinning 4 in ''Devolution'' are an odd case; instead of fighting all four at once, you fight them in an arena that rotates to each one of them, letting them attack and also opening them up to damage. After killing one, an electric barrier appears in their section to serve as a hazard for when the rooms spins.



* EasyModeMockery: The first game ends prematurely on the easiest difficulty level.

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* EasyModeMockery: The first game ends prematurely on the easiest difficulty level. The sequel doesn't do this, but it does lock you out of the BonusBoss fight on the lowest difficulty.
* EnemyRollCall: Done at the end of the credits in ''Devolution'', via a yearbook. This is only place where [[spoiler:Tango Source]]'s identity is revealed. Additionally, if you haven't fought [[spoiler:Shady Hans, Waltz, or Shadowaltz]], their images will be silhouetted out.



* ExactWords / VisualPun: Yes, Grinsley Gumsburrow ''does'' have a nuclear arm aboard his blimp. It's his left arm, to be exact.

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* ExactWords / VisualPun: ExactWords: Yes, Grinsley Gumsburrow ''does'' have a nuclear arm aboard his blimp. It's his left arm, to be exact.



* GoshDangItToHeck: PlayedForLaughs. "Grinning Darns" is the name of Darnacus's army. Ironically, most major Darns in the first game swear at least once.

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* GoshDangItToHeck: GoshDangItToHeck:
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PlayedForLaughs. "Grinning Darns" is the name of Darnacus's army. Ironically, most major Darns in the first game swear at least once.



** [[spoiler: Penultimate Tango]] may also count.

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** [[spoiler: Penultimate [[spoiler:Penultimate Tango]] may also count.



* LampshadeHanging: Sergeant Killburne's WeakSpot is a banner that says "weak point".

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* LampshadeHanging: Sergeant Killburne's WeakSpot weak spot is a banner that says "weak point".



** Every boss except Darn Reckless in ''Devolution'''s [[UnexpectedShmupLevel Level 4]] (as Xoda). They all involve using the Combolt Battery's chaining to get past shields.

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** Every boss except Darn Reckless in ''Devolution'''s ''Devolution''[='=]s [[UnexpectedShmupLevel Level 4]] (as Xoda). They all involve using the Combolt Battery's chaining to get past shields.



* RecurringBoss: The majority of bosses in the first game (O2-Joy, Darn Fab, Grinsley Gumsburrow, Omega Darn, etc.) return in the sequel

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* RecurringBoss: The majority of bosses in the first game (O2-Joy, Darn Fab, Grinsley Gumsburrow, Omega Darn, etc.) return in the sequelsequel.
19th Sep '16 5:21:49 PM NagisaStick
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* ArtifactTitle: Noitu Love himself isn't the star of the second game.
19th Sep '16 5:13:02 PM Aipom14
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The first game is a mix of an {{action game}} and a {{platform|Game}}er, whereas the second one eschews the platform element to make a significantly faster paced action game. The plot from the games is relatively [[ExcusePlot simple]]. The first game set in TheFuture pits the protagonist, Noitu Love, against MadScientist Darnacus Damnation and his army of MechaMooks, the Grinning Darns. The second game takes place in the future and pits Noitu Love's DistaffCounterpart and ActionGirl Xoda Rap against the Grinning Darns who've mysteriously risen again.

The first episode can be freely downloaded [[http://www.konjak.org/index.php?folder=4&file=7 here]]. The sequel can be bought [[http://www.konjak.org/index.php?folder=4&file=10 here]], through {{Desura}}, or on UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}.

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The first game is a mix of an {{action game}} and a {{platform|Game}}er, whereas the second one eschews the platform element to make a significantly faster paced action game. The plot from the games is relatively [[ExcusePlot simple]]. The first game game, set in TheFuture TheFuture, pits the protagonist, Noitu Love, against MadScientist Darnacus Damnation and his army of MechaMooks, the Grinning Darns. The second game takes place in the future and pits Noitu Love's DistaffCounterpart and ActionGirl Xoda Rap against the Grinning Darns who've mysteriously risen again.

The first episode can be freely downloaded [[http://www.konjak.org/index.php?folder=4&file=7 here]]. The sequel can be bought [[http://www.konjak.org/index.php?folder=4&file=10 here]], through {{Desura}}, or on UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}.
UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. The sequel was also ported to the UsefulNotes/WiiU and UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS [=eShops=] in September of 2016.



** Rilo's a subversion; her loyalty to Darnacus is a major reason why she hates [[spoiler:Tango]] so much.

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** Rilo's a subversion; aversion; her loyalty to Darnacus is a major reason why she hates [[spoiler:Tango]] so much.
28th Aug '16 9:11:38 AM Kytseo
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* ArtifactTitle: Noitu Love himself isn't the star of the second game.
14th Aug '16 10:38:27 PM BillyMT
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** [[Also, can we please note that [[spoiler: Tango sacrificed her own backup, as in, her original body as Darnacus' Base's main computer, because she couldn't wait another minute more than the millennia she gone through to finally use an Evomatic? Could've have an Extra Life herself like that, but nooooo...! In fact, an ''artificial intelligence'' have lost to the heroes because, while developing a personality to make her guise credible enough, also grew a case of impatience and inflated ego. Mental routines that most AIs would consider a waste of time, energy, and conflicting priorities!]]
8th Apr '16 8:13:38 AM BillyMT
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* AllYourPowersCombined: that's how Xoda plays like, in ''Devolution''. She have innate, but limited PsychicPowers, and is nimble enough to squeeze her way into some tight gaps. Things that Noitu himself couldn't do without an Evomatic nearby, and even so not at the same time as Xoda can. And the FinalBoss was afraid of Noitu while underestimating Xoda [[BeggingTheQuestion because...?]]

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* AllYourPowersCombined: that's That's how Xoda plays like, in ''Devolution''. She have innate, but limited PsychicPowers, and is nimble enough to squeeze her way into some tight gaps. Things that Noitu himself couldn't do without an Evomatic nearby, and even so not at the same time as Xoda can. And the FinalBoss was afraid of Noitu while underestimating Xoda [[BeggingTheQuestion because...?]]
8th Apr '16 8:12:47 AM BillyMT
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* AllYourPowersCombined: that's how Xoda plays like, in ''Devolution''. She have innate, but limited PsychicPowers and is nimble enough to squeeze her way into some tight gaps. Things that Noitu himself couldn't do without an Evomatic nearby, and even so not at the same time as Xoda can. And the FinalBoss was afraid of Noitu while underestimating Xoda [[BeggingTheQuestion because...?]]

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* AllYourPowersCombined: that's how Xoda plays like, in ''Devolution''. She have innate, but limited PsychicPowers PsychicPowers, and is nimble enough to squeeze her way into some tight gaps. Things that Noitu himself couldn't do without an Evomatic nearby, and even so not at the same time as Xoda can. And the FinalBoss was afraid of Noitu while underestimating Xoda [[BeggingTheQuestion because...?]]
8th Apr '16 8:12:17 AM BillyMT
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* AllYourPowersCombined: that's how Xoda plays like, in ''Devolution''. She have innate, but limited PsychicPowers and is nimble enough to squeeze her way into some tight gaps. Things that Noitu himself couldn't do without an Evomatic nearby, and even so not at the same time as Xoda can. And the FinalBoss was afraid of Noitu while underestimating Xoda [[BeggingTheQuestion because...?]]
8th Apr '16 8:04:25 AM BillyMT
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** Which also sets the ending in the first game as such. Sure, professor Darnacus Damnation was stopped, but, unbeknownst to everyone, [[spoiler:he set up his base's a.i., Tango herself, to spring up another Darn Army attack. Which she did, by taking TheSlowPath, waiting Noitu to be outlived, then [[ApocalypseHow/Class6 destroying the world]] [[TheBadGuyWins unimpeded]]. Would very much count as a DownerEnding... If it wasn't for the fact that doing this [[DidntThinkThisThrough resulted in no working Evomatics around]], [[DeusEstMachina necessary for her godhood ascension]]. So, long story short, [[OurTimeTravelIsDifferent area-localized time-travel towers]], bring the last evomatic under the hero's faction's custody back after said hero is long gone, NiceJobFixingItVillain etc.]] and Noitu Love 2 happens!

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** Which also sets the ending in the first game as such. Sure, professor Darnacus Damnation was stopped, but, unbeknownst to everyone, [[spoiler:he set up his base's a.i., Tango herself, to spring up another Darn Army attack. Which she did, by taking TheSlowPath, waiting Noitu to be outlived, then [[ApocalypseHow/Class6 destroying the world]] [[TheBadGuyWins unimpeded]]. Would very much count as a DownerEnding... If it wasn't for the fact that doing this [[DidntThinkThisThrough resulted in no working Evomatics around]], [[DeusEstMachina necessary for her godhood ascension]]. So, long story short, [[OurTimeTravelIsDifferent area-localized time-travel towers]], bring the last evomatic under the hero's faction's custody back after said hero is long gone, infiltrate their ranks while springing up more towers into randomized times to keep 'em distracted, NiceJobFixingItVillain etc.]] and Noitu Love 2 happens!
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