History VideoGame / Quest64

21st Jun '17 3:55:27 PM WillKeaton
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** ThisIsTheFinalBattle: Played with, as they make it seem like [[spoiler: King Beigus]] is the final boss, but he's not.

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** * ThisIsTheFinalBattle: Played with, as they make it seem like [[spoiler: King Beigus]] is the final boss, but he's not.
16th Jun '17 6:54:49 AM Ryan914
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* SelfImposedChallenge: You can do this by not leveling up Water or Earth for a harder game.
11th Jun '17 5:35:18 AM Ryan914
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8th Jun '17 8:16:11 PM Eagal
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* ShockwaveStomp: See GroundPound above.

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* ShockwaveStomp: See GroundPound above.%%* ShockwaveStomp
8th Jun '17 8:10:25 PM Eagal
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* AnAdventurerIsYou: And only you...

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* AnAdventurerIsYou: And only you...%%* AnAdventurerIsYou
20th Apr '17 11:53:51 AM Angeldeb82
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** The japanese version makes it even better. When you level up a statistic, its related element is shown in an aura that appears.

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** The japanese Japanese version makes it even better. When you level up a statistic, its related element is shown in an aura that appears.



* DownTheDrain: The Blue Cave, the worst and longest dungeon in the game. There's no save points, the enemies hit hard, and there is no shortcuts. You can get a lot of spirits in the cave, except for the fact that they're in very hard to find spots, and the enemy appearance rate is off the chart here. Did I mention there's no save points? It's pretty much the ScrappyLevel, though the dungeons themself altogether may apply too.

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* DownTheDrain: The Blue Cave, the worst and longest dungeon in the game. There's no save points, the enemies hit hard, and there is no shortcuts. You can get a lot of spirits in the cave, except for the fact that they're in very hard to find spots, and the enemy appearance rate is off the chart here. Did I mention there's no save points? It's pretty much the ScrappyLevel, ThatOneLevel, though the dungeons themself themselves altogether may apply too.



* DudeWheresMyReward: Item drops don't appear if you already have the item, but even worse, an npc blacksmith in Dondoran tells you he can make something useful and gives you more information as you beat the bosses and acquire the elemental {{macguffin}}s. Typically, he never makes you anything.

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* DudeWheresMyReward: Item drops don't appear if you already have the item, but even worse, an npc NPC blacksmith in Dondoran tells you he can make something useful and gives you more information as you beat the bosses and acquire the elemental {{macguffin}}s.{{MacGuffin}}s. Typically, he never makes you anything.



* EventFlag: Even if you were to use a {{gameshark}} to have 4 of the first {{macguffin}}s, until you actually defeat the boss they're associated with, [=NPCs=] won't recognize the deed!

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* EventFlag: Even if you were to use a {{gameshark}} GameShark to have 4 of the first {{macguffin}}s, {{MacGuffin}}s, until you actually defeat the boss they're associated with, [=NPCs=] won't recognize the deed!



* LinearWarriorsQuadraticWizards: Subverted all in one character. While you get an array of increasingly useful spells, your SimpleStaff gets more powerful as well, and rapidly begins to outpace most of your magic. This is only played straight if your disproprtionately favor one or two element over the others, both due to the attack penalty mechanic and due to gaining that element's attack spells earlier.

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* LinearWarriorsQuadraticWizards: Subverted all in one character. While you get an array of increasingly useful spells, your SimpleStaff gets more powerful as well, and rapidly begins to outpace most of your magic. This is only played straight if your disproprtionately disproportionately favor one or two element over the others, both due to the attack penalty mechanic and due to gaining that element's attack spells earlier.



* RandomDrop: Naturally. Note that in the Japanese version enemies can drop up to 3 of an item you already have.



* RandomlyDrops: Naturally. Note that in the Japanese version enemies can drop up to 3 of an item you already have.



* StormOfBlades: The Ice Knife and [[strike:Pen]]Ultimate Wind spells.

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* StormOfBlades: The Ice Knife and [[strike:Pen]]Ultimate Ultimate Wind spells.



* VictoryPose: You, of course, have a kick-ass victory pose and a nice little jingle as you win a battle.



* VictoryPose: You, of course, have a kick-ass victory pose and a nice little jingle as you win a battle.
13th Apr '17 5:42:34 PM Gosicrystal
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* LostForever: If you save in the final area of the game, you can never go back to any other area, thus, you can lose any items or hidden spirits.


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* PermanentlyMissableContent: If you save in the final area of the game, you can never go back to any other area, thus, you can lose any items or hidden spirits.
22nd Mar '17 6:16:51 PM GrammarNavi
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One of the earliest [=RPGs=], if not the first, made for the infamously RPG-dry {{Nintendo 64}}. ''Quest [[SuperTitle64Advance 64]]'' was developed by Imagineer and released in 1998 in western countries and a year later in Japan. It was remade near identically in Japan as ''Eltale Monsters'', which was ported to PAL regions under the name ''Holy Magic Century''. A remake for GameBoyColor, titled ''VideoGame/QuestBriansJourney'', was released in early 2000.

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One of the earliest [=RPGs=], if not the first, made for the infamously RPG-dry {{Nintendo 64}}.UsefulNotes/Nintendo64. ''Quest [[SuperTitle64Advance 64]]'' was developed by Imagineer and released in 1998 in western countries and a year later in Japan. It was remade near identically in Japan as ''Eltale Monsters'', which was ported to PAL regions under the name ''Holy Magic Century''. A remake for GameBoyColor, titled ''VideoGame/QuestBriansJourney'', was released in early 2000.
18th Dec '16 8:42:59 AM Irene
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** Using it also recharges your magic for half the attack damage of the staff. So you can use it to continue casting magic. [[spoiler:By the time you reach the final boss, you'll probably have earth barrier, which makes you immune to magic. Combine the two and the final boss is a cakewalk.]]

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** Using it your staff also recharges your magic for half the attack damage of the staff.by 1 point. So you can use it to continue casting magic. [[spoiler:By the time you reach the final boss, you'll probably have earth barrier, Magic Barrier, which makes you immune to magic. Combine the two and the final boss is a cakewalk.]]



* CatsAreMean: The WereCat emobidies this trope, despite being technically a {{catgirl}}. The only regular cat is called Flamed Mane... despite being red and breathing fire.

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* CatsAreMean: The WereCat emobidies embodies this trope, despite being technically a {{catgirl}}. The only regular cat is called Flamed Mane... despite being red and breathing fire.



* CrystalDragonJesus: The art and architecture of the monastary has the expected medieval fantasy style, with elemental embodiments instead of any equivalent fantasy-realm deities.

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* CrystalDragonJesus: The art and architecture of the monastary monastery has the expected medieval fantasy style, with elemental embodiments instead of any equivalent fantasy-realm deities.



* DudeWheresMyReward: Item drops don't appear if you already have the item, but even worse, an npc blacksmith in Dondoran tells you he can make something useful and gives you more information as you beat the bosses and aquire the elemental {{macguffin}}s. Typically, he never makes you anything.

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* DudeWheresMyReward: Item drops don't appear if you already have the item, but even worse, an npc blacksmith in Dondoran tells you he can make something useful and gives you more information as you beat the bosses and aquire acquire the elemental {{macguffin}}s. Typically, he never makes you anything.
3rd Dec '16 7:12:23 PM Triaxx2
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** Using it also recharges your magic for half the attack damage of the staff. So you can use it to continue casting magic. [[spoiler:By the time you reach the final boss, you'll probably have earth barrier, which makes you immune to magic. Combine the two and the final boss is a cakewalk.]]
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