History VideoGame / PowerStone

9th Mar '17 5:50:28 AM GF93
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[[caption-width-right:350:Welcome to the Power Stone world! [[labelnote:Characters]]From back to front-- [[IdiotHero Wang]][[KungFuKid -Tang]], [[SerialKiller Jack]], [[MsFanservice Rouge]], [[MagicalNativeAmerican Galuda]], [[AcePilot Edward]] [[TheHero Falcon]], [[BoisterousBruiser Gunrock]], [[MasterSwordsman Ryoma]], and [[BadassAdorable Ayame]].[[/labelnote]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Welcome to the Power Stone world! [[labelnote:Characters]]From back to front-- [[IdiotHero Wang]][[KungFuKid -Tang]], [[SerialKiller [[KnifeNut Jack]], [[MsFanservice Rouge]], [[MagicalNativeAmerican Galuda]], [[AcePilot Edward]] [[TheHero Falcon]], [[BoisterousBruiser Gunrock]], [[MasterSwordsman Ryoma]], and [[BadassAdorable Ayame]].[[/labelnote]]]]



** Wang Tang is searching for the Power Stone as part of his training.

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** Wang Tang is tasked with searching for the Power Stone by his sensei as part of his training.
7th Feb '17 6:53:28 PM GF93
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[[caption-width-right:350:Welcome to the Power Stone world!]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Welcome to the Power Stone world!]]
world! [[labelnote:Characters]]From back to front-- [[IdiotHero Wang]][[KungFuKid -Tang]], [[SerialKiller Jack]], [[MsFanservice Rouge]], [[MagicalNativeAmerican Galuda]], [[AcePilot Edward]] [[TheHero Falcon]], [[BoisterousBruiser Gunrock]], [[MasterSwordsman Ryoma]], and [[BadassAdorable Ayame]].[[/labelnote]]]]



** Ayame is tasked with finding the Power Stone by a lord. [[spoiler: Her ending reveals that she finds it too powerful to give him, so she tricks him by giving him a fake instead and secretly keeps it for her family.]]

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** Ayame is tasked with finding the Power Stone by a samurai lord. [[spoiler: Her ending reveals that she finds it too powerful to give him, so she tricks him by giving him a fake instead and secretly keeps it for her family.]]
16th Dec '16 10:12:43 PM SecretStrategist
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[[caption-width-right:284:Welcome to the Power Stone world!]]

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[[caption-width-right:284:Welcome [[caption-width-right:350:Welcome to the Power Stone world!]]
24th Sep '16 12:28:44 PM nombretomado
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Gameplay in the ''Power Stone'' series is unconventional, at least compared to the [[StreetFighter many]] [[CapcomVsWhatever other]] [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} fighting]] [[VideoGame/RivalSchools games]] by {{Capcom}} itself. For starters, fights take place in 3-D arenas. Items appear throughout the levels, such as weapons and the titular power-ups-slash-[[MacGuffin MacGuffins]] power stones. When a fighter collects three of these, he or she transforms into a powered form for a limited time.

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Gameplay in the ''Power Stone'' series is unconventional, at least compared to the [[StreetFighter many]] [[CapcomVsWhatever [[VideoGame/CapcomVsWhatever other]] [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} fighting]] [[VideoGame/RivalSchools games]] by {{Capcom}} itself. For starters, fights take place in 3-D arenas. Items appear throughout the levels, such as weapons and the titular power-ups-slash-[[MacGuffin MacGuffins]] power stones. When a fighter collects three of these, he or she transforms into a powered form for a limited time.



* CapcomVsWhatever: One of only two Capcom franchises to have never appeared in a CapcomVsWhatever proper (the other being the ''BreathOfFire'' series). Made even more bizarre that this is the sole ''fighting game series'' by Capcom that has never appeared in a CapcomVsWhatever involving their own franchise.
** Falcon does get a few cameos, though; he appears in a stage for VideoGame/CapcomVsSNK2MarkOfTheMillennium, and in VideoGame/UltimateMarvelVSCapcom3 he is a collectible card.
** Falcon, Rouge, Wang Tang, Ryoma and Ayame also appeared in the first two ''CardFightersClash''.
12th Apr '16 2:53:10 PM GF93
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* AnimeAccentAbsence: The characters are all from different nationalities, but yet they only speak Japanese.

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* AnimeAccentAbsence: The characters are all from different nationalities, but yet they only speak Japanese.



* AwesomeMcCoolname: Falcons father is named Pride. 'Falcon' is a surname, meaning the full name is "Pride Falcon".

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* AwesomeMcCoolname: Falcons Falcon's father is named Pride. 'Falcon' is a surname, meaning the full name is "Pride Falcon".Falcon".
**To be fair though, the name "Edward Falcon" isn't lacking in the coolness stakes, either.


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** And thanks to the giant shuriken she wears on her back and the long ear-like things on her head, Ayame's Power Fusion gives her a passing resemblance to a butterfly.
12th Apr '16 2:49:03 PM GF93
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* {{Samurai}}: Ryoma. His Katana makes him the only character in the original game (And one of three in the whole series, along with Accel and Julia in ''Power Stone 2'') to constantly wield a weapon.

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* {{Samurai}}: Ryoma. His Katana makes him the only character in the original game (And one of three four in the whole series, along with Accel Accel, Gourmand and Julia in ''Power Stone 2'') to constantly wield a weapon.



* TransformationTrinket: The power stones.

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* TransformationTrinket: The power stones.Power Stones.
12th Apr '16 2:47:04 PM GF93
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Not to be confused with a certain weapon from ''VideoGame/MegaMan5''.

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Not to be confused with a certain weapon Stone Man's weapon, from ''VideoGame/MegaMan5''.



** Ayame is tasked with finding the Power Stone by a lord. [[spoiler: Her ending reveals that she finds it too powerful to give him, so she tricks him by giving him a fake instead and secretly keeps it for her family.]]



%%* DanceBattler: Rouge.
%%* DeathCryEcho

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%%* * DanceBattler: Rouge.
%%* DeathCryEcho* DeathCryEcho: This is present in both games, whenever anyone gets knocked out.



* ElegantGothicLolita: Julia from ''[=PS2=]'' is a brightly-colored variant

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* ElegantGothicLolita: Julia from ''[=PS2=]'' is a brightly-colored variantvariant.



%%* HighAltitudeBattle

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%%* HighAltitudeBattle* HighAltitudeBattle: The Blue Sky Area from the second game takes place aboard an airship initially, which eventually collapses. The second part of the battle is [[FreeFallFight fought whilst falling]] with players scrambling to obtain [[HyperactiveMetabolism healing food]] and Umbrellas to slow their fall before landing in the last section of the stage.



%%* {{Ninja}}: Ayame

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%%* * {{Ninja}}: AyameAyame is secretly this. Usually she masquerades as a travelling entertainer, but is secretly trained as a ''kunoichi''.



* RiseToTheChallenge: A variant of this occurs in the Dark Castle Area in ''Power Stone 2'', in which the stage catches fire early on, requiring everyone to scale up to the top of the castle in a brief side-scrolling segment.



%%* {{Samurai}}: Ryoma.

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%%* * {{Samurai}}: Ryoma.Ryoma. His Katana makes him the only character in the original game (And one of three in the whole series, along with Accel and Julia in ''Power Stone 2'') to constantly wield a weapon.



%%* TransformationSequence

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%%* TransformationSequence* TransformationSequence: A brief one occurs whenever someone attains three Power Stones to transform.



** And so does Galuda, during his power drive and his power fusions.

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** And so does Galuda, during his power drive Power Drive and his power fusions.Power Fusions.
28th Nov '15 10:45:13 PM nombretomado
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''Power Stone'' is a video game series created by {{Capcom}}. Beginning with the first game in 1999, ''Power Stone'' received only one sequel, ''Power Stone 2'', the following year. The two games were released for the arcade and ported to the SegaDreamcast, and later to the PlayStationPortable. It also received a [[Anime/PowerStone 26-episode anime adaptation]].

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''Power Stone'' is a video game series created by {{Capcom}}. Beginning with the first game in 1999, ''Power Stone'' received only one sequel, ''Power Stone 2'', the following year. The two games were released for the arcade and ported to the SegaDreamcast, UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast, and later to the PlayStationPortable.UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable. It also received a [[Anime/PowerStone 26-episode anime adaptation]].
15th Nov '15 12:51:57 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: Some of the transformations look awfully familiar, like [[DragonBallZ Wang-Tang's]], [[RoninWarriors Ryoma's]], [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Galuda's]], and [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Gunrock's]].

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* ShoutOut: Some of the transformations look awfully familiar, like [[DragonBallZ Wang-Tang's]], [[RoninWarriors [[Anime/RoninWarriors Ryoma's]], [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Galuda's]], and [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Gunrock's]].
26th Aug '15 8:25:45 PM phoenix
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* BeeAfraid: The beehive item.



* DanceBattler: Rouge.
* DeathCryEcho

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* %%* DanceBattler: Rouge.
* %%* DeathCryEcho



* FreeFloorFighting

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* %%* FreeFloorFighting



* GoshHornet: The beehive item.
* HighAltitudeBattle

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* GoshHornet: The beehive item.
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%%* HighAltitudeBattle



* InterestingSituationDuel

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* %%* InterestingSituationDuel



* KameHameHadouken: Wangtang.

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* %%* KameHameHadouken: Wangtang.



* {{Ninja}}: Ayame

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* %%* {{Ninja}}: Ayame



* PowerMakeover
* {{Retraux}}: The intro.

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* %%* PowerMakeover
* %%* {{Retraux}}: The intro.



* {{Samurai}}: Ryoma.

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* %%* {{Samurai}}: Ryoma.



* TransformationSequence

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* %%* TransformationSequence
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