History VideoGame / ParasiteEve2

28th May '16 7:38:18 PM nombretomado
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A sequel to ''VideoGame/ParasiteEve'' (which was itself a sequel to [[Literature/ParasiteEve the novel of the same name]]), also appearing on the {{Playstation}}. This game features an interface closer to ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'', being more of a SurvivalHorror game with RPGElements than vice-versa like the first game.

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A sequel to ''VideoGame/ParasiteEve'' (which was itself a sequel to [[Literature/ParasiteEve the novel of the same name]]), also appearing on the {{Playstation}}.UsefulNotes/PlayStation. This game features an interface closer to ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'', being more of a SurvivalHorror game with RPGElements than vice-versa like the first game.
13th May '16 4:53:22 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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It has a sequel on the PlaystationPortable titled ''VideoGame/The3rdBirthday''.

It can also be found on the PlaystationNetwork.

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It has a sequel on the PlaystationPortable UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable titled ''VideoGame/The3rdBirthday''.

It can also be found on the PlaystationNetwork.
UsefulNotes/PlaystationNetwork.
9th May '15 7:36:00 PM Steven
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* WhamLine: After Aya defeats No. 9 for a second time in Dryfield, he remarks how [[spoiler: Aya has some sort of connection to Eve. Aya is completely startled by the revelation, wondering how someone knows of her and Eve from 3 years ago. Aya's powers go out of control as she inadvertently burns up No. 9 while she passes out. Afterwards, Aya has a dream of a little girl who looks like her that is wandering around in some sort of laboratory. This nearly mirrors Aya's visions of Maya in the first game and she later wonders if Eve has come back again.]]
4th May '15 2:01:03 PM Steven
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* BolivianArmyEnding: Averted. When Aya encounters an army of [[EliteMook Golems]] outside the shelter, it looks like she's screwed, but then the U.S. Marines show up to save the day and they slaughter the Golems with little effort.
4th May '15 1:50:59 PM Steven
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* EverythingFades: Like in the first game, enemies melt into a pile of goo when slain. The few times where a monster ''doesn't'' melt means it ain't quite dead and Aya knows this from past experience. Averted with the Golem mooks where their bodies remain on the screen after you kill them and they still remain there even if you leave and return.
4th May '15 11:05:04 AM Steven
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* SpoilerOpening: The opening cinematic shows parts of the CutScene where [[spoiler:the US military storms the Ark facility and easily dispatches the EliteMooks that you've had difficulty killing upon their release]], not to mention [[spoiler:the big KillSat scene just before the final bosses]].

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* SpoilerOpening: The opening cinematic shows parts of the CutScene where [[spoiler:the US military storms the Ark facility and easily dispatches the EliteMooks that you've had difficulty killing upon their release]], not to mention [[spoiler:the big KillSat scene just before the final bosses]].bosses. The intro even spoils the identity of Eve long before you even see the girl at all.]]



* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: The opening intro to the game when it's first booted up shows almost every possible cut scene, characters, and locations that you will see. It even shows off a ton of guns and abilities Aya can find and use in the game. [[spoiler: The intro also reveals the identity of Eve, even though her name is flashed across the screen for a split second. Fans of the first game will ''definitely'' know something is up when the name of the previous antagonist shows up.]]
1st May '15 5:59:05 PM Steven
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* CastFromHitPoints: The Berserker status increases Aya's weapon power and levels up her parasite powers, but at the cost of chipping away at her HP.

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* CastFromHitPoints: The Berserker status increases Aya's weapon power and levels up her parasite powers, but at the cost of chipping away at her HP. There's even an item that lets you inflict this on yourself.



* ContinuityNod: The cut scene of Aya recalling events from the first game has her shooting at targets on the firing range; all the targets are monsters she encountered from the previous game.



* HardModePerks: Bounty Mode replaces a lot of enemies with the [[EliteMook Golems]] while a few other groups of enemies are replaced with their stronger counterparts. Beating the Golems not only nets you a lot of Bounty and Experience Points, but you'll get a lot more rare items to boot. Of course, the risks are greater since Golems can appear as early as the Akropolis Tower and you don't have much gear to work with at the start.



* HeartContainer: Protein Capsules boosts your maximum HP by 5. This is the only way to permanently boost your HP without relying on armor for the boost when worn.



* LethalJokeWeapon: The Flares, which normally do very little damage to enemies and it also stuns them. However, certain enemies like bats have 1 HP, making the Flares an excellent choice to use to clear them all out without wasting bullets.



* MinimalistRun: What you'll be doing to get the lowest rank possible for the unique Monk Robe armor for NewGamePlus.



* ShowerScene

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* ShowerSceneShowerScene: The scene before the Burner boss fight shows Aya taking a shower until she feels the ground shake. Naturally, the camera cuts away quickly when Aya's privates could be seen.


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* TooAwesomeToUse: Ringer's Solution (full HP and MP recovery) and Belt Pouches (boosts armor attachment slots by 1). Scavenger Mode ''forces'' you to do this to yourself since items are either too hard to find or too expensive to buy.
1st May '15 5:38:25 PM Steven
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* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: The opening intro to the game when it's first booted up shows almost every possible cut scene, characters, and locations that you will see. It even shows off a ton of guns and abilities Aya can find and use in the game. [[spoiler: The intro also reveals the identity of Eve, even though her name is flashed across the screen for a split second. Fans of the first game will ''definitely'' know something is up when the name of the previous antagonist shows up.]]
28th Apr '15 8:43:43 AM Steven
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* InterfaceScrew: Comes in two flavors. Confusion will randomly alter your directional controls and Darkness lowers the brightness on the screen while also preventing lock-on to enemies.


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* RegeneratingMana: The Monk Robe is the only armor in the entire game that can let your MP regenerate during combat via being hit by enemy attacks.
5th Apr '15 10:53:31 AM Gemser
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** The only way to return to Dryfield is blocked by a gate that requires knowledge of Japanese calender phraseology to open.


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* MoonLogicPuzzle: The only way to return to Dryfield is blocked by a gate that requires knowledge of Japanese calender phraseology to open.
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