History VideoGame / Okamiden

24th Feb '16 2:59:42 PM MyFinalEdits
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* BlindIdiotTranslation: The English version is full of typos and grammatical errors, and is occasionally not consistent with the translations used in the first game. (Vengeance Slips became Revenge Slips, for instance.)
** What doesn't help this moreso than the grammatical errors here and there is the script changes made for localization, things like calling Shiranui Chibi's "grandfather" when, in reality, it was just the previous incarnation of his mother. This kind of thing is fairly common for adapting culture, true, but the first game ''didn't'' water down the uniquity of Japanese mythology and ''nobody had issues following it''.

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* BlindIdiotTranslation: The English version is full of typos and grammatical errors, and is occasionally not consistent with the translations used in the first game. game (Vengeance Slips became Revenge Slips, for instance.)
** What doesn't help this moreso than the grammatical errors here and there is
instance). There's also the script changes made for localization, things like calling Shiranui Chibi's "grandfather" when, in reality, it was just the previous incarnation of his mother. This kind of thing is fairly common for adapting culture, true, but the first game ''didn't'' water down the uniquity of Japanese mythology and ''nobody had issues following it''.
24th Feb '16 1:26:17 PM SasquatchX
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** What doesn't help this moreso than the grammatical errors here and there is the script changes made for localization, things like calling Shiranui Chibi's "grandfather" when, in reality, it was just the previous incarnation of his mother. This kind of thing is fairly common for adapting culture, true, but the first game ''didn't'' water down the uniquity of Japanese mythology and ''nobody had issues following it''.
30th Dec '15 7:23:26 PM jormis29
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* TheImperialRegalia: Like his mother, Chibi's weapons are based on the Treasures of Amaterasu.



* PublicDomainArtifact: Like his mother, Chibi's weapons are based on the Treasures of Amaterasu.
29th May '15 3:32:27 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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The theme of returning life to the world also returns, but ''Ōkamiden'' is definitely more character-driven than ''Ōkami'' and its focus on interweaving the many elements of JapaneseMythology.

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The theme of returning life to the world also returns, but ''Ōkamiden'' is definitely more character-driven than ''Ōkami'' and its focus on interweaving the many elements of JapaneseMythology.
Myth/JapaneseMythology.
15th May '15 4:43:32 PM MyFinalEdits
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* GreaterScopeVillain: [[spoiler: Yami (the BigBad from the first game). Although he was defeated by Amaterasu, his evil power remained, although divided into five pieces (Master Anura, Bullhead, Renjishi, King Fury, and Akuro).]]
** [[spoiler:This game has a tendency to contradict itself as to Yami and Akuro. It states in other places that Akuro was the Greater Scope Villain of the first game, having control over Orochi and Yami.]]
*** [[spoiler: Subverted. Most just consider the names too literally, ignoring that all the incarnations took on their own identities, and presume Akuro to be a separate entity from Yami. ...Even though he's ''stated'' to be part of Yami right off, and ''vocalized'' a desire to restore Yami's rule. The idea is that he is the will/soul of Yami, and naturally wants to be restored to his former glory. As for Orochi, well, we've already established he was Yami's minion.]]

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* GreaterScopeVillain: [[spoiler: Yami (the BigBad from the first game). Although he was defeated by Amaterasu, his evil power remained, although divided into five pieces (Master Anura, Bullhead, Renjishi, King Fury, and Akuro).]]
** [[spoiler:This
This game has a tendency to contradict itself as to Yami and Akuro. It states in other places that Akuro was the Greater Scope Villain of the first game, having control over Orochi and Yami.]]
*** [[spoiler: Subverted. Most just consider the names too literally, ignoring that all the incarnations took on their own identities, and presume Akuro to be a separate entity from Yami. ...Even though he's ''stated'' to be part of Yami right off, and ''vocalized'' a desire to restore Yami's rule. The idea is that he is the will/soul of Yami, and naturally wants to be restored to his former glory. As for Orochi, well, we've already established he was Yami's minion.
]]
15th May '15 3:08:43 PM TVRulezAgain
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* BiggerBad: [[spoiler: Yami (the BigBad from the first game). Although he was defeated by Amaterasu, his evil power remained, although divided into five pieces (Master Anura, Bullhead, Renjishi, King Fury, and Akuro).]]
** [[spoiler: Of course, this game has a tendency to contradict itself as to Yami and Akuro. It states in other places that Akuro was the Bigger Bad of the first game, having control over Orochi and Yami.]]
*** [[spoiler: Subverted. Most just consider the names too literally, ignoring that all the incarnations took on their own identities, and presume Akuro to be a separate entity from Yami. ...Even though he's ''stated'' to be part of Yami right off, and ''vocalized'' a desire to restore Yami's rule. The idea is that he is the will/soul of Yami, and naturally wants to be restored to his former glory. As for Orochi, well, we've already established he was Yami's minion.]]


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* GreaterScopeVillain: [[spoiler: Yami (the BigBad from the first game). Although he was defeated by Amaterasu, his evil power remained, although divided into five pieces (Master Anura, Bullhead, Renjishi, King Fury, and Akuro).]]
** [[spoiler:This game has a tendency to contradict itself as to Yami and Akuro. It states in other places that Akuro was the Greater Scope Villain of the first game, having control over Orochi and Yami.]]
*** [[spoiler: Subverted. Most just consider the names too literally, ignoring that all the incarnations took on their own identities, and presume Akuro to be a separate entity from Yami. ...Even though he's ''stated'' to be part of Yami right off, and ''vocalized'' a desire to restore Yami's rule. The idea is that he is the will/soul of Yami, and naturally wants to be restored to his former glory. As for Orochi, well, we've already established he was Yami's minion.]]
14th Feb '15 5:17:41 PM Kingault
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** When you first visit the Thundercloud with Kurow as your partner, you can talk to a girl who lives in one of the houses. When you talk to her, she tells you to scram and seems to be busy. If you later come back with Kurow before going back to the Underground Ruins, you can talk to her again and discover that she was actually writing a song. The song's name? [[spoiler:Don't run from Destiny.]]

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** When you first visit the Thundercloud with Kurow as your partner, you can talk to a girl who lives in one of the houses. When you talk to her, she tells you to scram and seems to be busy. If you later come back with Kurow before going back to the Underground Ruins, you can talk to her again and discover that she was actually writing a song. The song's name? [[spoiler:Don't run Run from Destiny.]]
13th Feb '15 9:50:47 AM Kingault
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** When you first visit the Thundercloud with Kurow as your partner, you can talk to a girl who lives in one of the houses. When you talk to her, she tells you to scram and seems to be busy. If you later come back with Kurow before going back to the Underground Ruins, you can talk to her again and discover that she was actually writing a song. The song's name? [[spoiler:Don't run from destiny.]]

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** When you first visit the Thundercloud with Kurow as your partner, you can talk to a girl who lives in one of the houses. When you talk to her, she tells you to scram and seems to be busy. If you later come back with Kurow before going back to the Underground Ruins, you can talk to her again and discover that she was actually writing a song. The song's name? [[spoiler:Don't run from destiny.Destiny.]]
13th Feb '15 8:58:38 AM Kingault
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* AnachronismStew: There are near-modern excavation machines in feudal Nippon. And then there's the Moon Tribe and the [[{{Precursors}} ancient ruins]], which have futuristic RaygunGothic technology. The latter case is justified since the Moon civilization was already portrayed as more sophisticated since the first game.

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* AnachronismStew: There are near-modern excavation machines in feudal Nippon. And then there's the Moon Tribe and the [[{{Precursors}} ancient ruins]], which have futuristic RaygunGothic technology. The latter case is justified since the Moon civilization was already portrayed as more sophisticated since in the first game.
10th Nov '14 4:20:11 PM MagBas
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* BoozeBasedBuff: Sake returns to boost your offensive and defensive capabilities. [[UnfortunateImplications How old is Chibi again?]]

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* BoozeBasedBuff: Sake returns to boost your offensive and defensive capabilities. [[UnfortunateImplications How old is Chibi again?]]
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