History VideoGame / RadiantSilvergun

9th Jan '18 9:30:07 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* ApocalypseHow: The game ''opens up'' with a ApocalypseHow/{{Class 6}} example by the Stone-like. Four humans manage to survive it. [[spoiler:Until the end of the game.]]

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* ApocalypseHow: The game ''opens up'' ''[[DownerBeginning opens up]]'' with a ApocalypseHow/{{Class 6}} example by the Stone-like. Four humans manage to survive it. [[spoiler:Until the end of the game.]]
9th Jan '18 9:29:46 PM LucaEarlgrey
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!!Tropes used in Radiant Silvergun:

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!!Tropes used in Radiant Silvergun:!! Encountered an assailant: '''Example List'''. Be attitude for gains...
26th Oct '17 9:05:38 AM xcountryguy
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* AirborneAircraftCarrier: Tetra [[spoiler: and its doppelgänger Penta]].

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* AirborneAircraftCarrier: Tetra [[spoiler: and [[spoiler:and its doppelgänger Penta]].



* AttackDrone: A few bosses have them.
* BigBad: The Stone-Like.

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* %%* AttackDrone: A few bosses have them.
* %%* BigBad: The Stone-Like.



* ChargedAttack: The ''collect'' type.
* ClimaxBoss: Most notably the second boss in Stage 5.

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* %%* ChargedAttack: The ''collect'' type.
* %%* ClimaxBoss: Most notably the second boss in Stage 5.



* ContinuingIsPainful: Continuing preserves your score and weapon levels...however, this will invalidate your score when you go to the ranking screen.

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* ContinuingIsPainful: Continuing preserves your score and weapon levels... however, this will invalidate your score when you go to the ranking screen.



* DepopulationBomb: Seen in the end of Stage 2.

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* %%* DepopulationBomb: Seen in the end of Stage 2.



* EnergyBall: You and the enemies can fire out these.

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* %%* EnergyBall: You and the enemies can fire out these.



* FrickinLaserBeams: Many bosses fire these.

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* %%* FrickinLaserBeams: Many bosses fire these.



* TheGoomba: Drones: they're small, they're weak, they don't attack much (unless on very hard difficulty) and they're everywhere. They're mainly used to get the chain meter high and to collect pink bullets.

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* TheGoomba: Drones: they're small, they're weak, they don't attack much (unless much, except on very hard difficulty) difficulty, and they're everywhere. They're mainly used to get the chain meter high and to collect pink bullets.



* HomingProjectile: You can fire these, enemies can fire these.
* HotBlooded: Guy [[spoiler: to the point where he kamikaze-attacks the Stone-Like.]]

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* %%* HomingProjectile: You can fire these, enemies can fire these.
* HotBlooded: Guy [[spoiler: to [[spoiler:to the point where he kamikaze-attacks the Stone-Like.]]



* LaserBlade: The Radiant Sword.

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* %%* LaserBlade: The Radiant Sword.



* MeaningfulName: Creator's name is both a reference to [[spoiler: what he does at the end of the game]] and [[spoiler: that he's an AuthorAvatar of the game's designer, Hiroshi Iuchi]].

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* MeaningfulName: Creator's name is both a reference to [[spoiler: what [[spoiler:what he does at the end of the game]] and [[spoiler: that [[spoiler:that he's an AuthorAvatar of the game's designer, Hiroshi Iuchi]].



* MirrorBoss: [[spoiler: Penta and its Silverguns, which use modified versions of your own attacks]].

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* MirrorBoss: [[spoiler: Penta [[spoiler:Penta and its Silverguns, which use modified versions of your own attacks]].



* ThePhoenix: Ohtrigen, only in the Saturn version.

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* %%* ThePhoenix: Ohtrigen, only in the Saturn version.



* PoorCommunicationKills: The BossSubtitles actually ''do'' provide useful information about the boss you're about to encounter, but it's intentionally made so cryptic the average gamer won't figure it out before the fight...or even far after the fact. That is, until you hit the FinalBoss, where you get three easy-to-follow hints:

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* PoorCommunicationKills: PoorCommunicationKills:
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The BossSubtitles actually ''do'' provide useful information about the boss you're about to encounter, but it's intentionally made so cryptic the average gamer won't figure it out before the fight...fight... or even far after the fact. That is, until you hit the FinalBoss, where you get three easy-to-follow hints:



* RoarBeforeBeating: [=NASU=] (the robotic snake) roars before battle.

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* RoarBeforeBeating: [=NASU=] (the [=NASU=], the robotic snake) snake, roars before battle.



* SenselessSacrifice / StupidSacrifice: [[spoiler:Guy's attempt to destroy the Stone-Like at the end of Stage 5]].

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* SenselessSacrifice / StupidSacrifice: SenselessSacrifice: [[spoiler:Guy's attempt to destroy the Stone-Like at the end of Stage 5]].



* ShootTheShaggyDog: [[spoiler: Pretty much the entire game was all for naught.]]
* ShoutOut: Most bosses in Radiant Silvergun are a reference to something else. [[spoiler: It goes hand in hand with the EternalRecurrence and {{Subtext}} commentary on the state of the gaming industry; some of these bosses are implied to both be man-made creations from previous cycles as well as other gaming titles]].

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* ShootTheShaggyDog: [[spoiler: Pretty [[spoiler:Pretty much the entire game was all for naught.]]
* ShoutOut: Most bosses in Radiant Silvergun are a reference to something else. [[spoiler: It [[spoiler:It goes hand in hand with the EternalRecurrence and {{Subtext}} commentary on the state of the gaming industry; some of these bosses are implied to both be man-made creations from previous cycles as well as other gaming titles]].



* SinisterGeometry: The Stone-Like.

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* %%* SinisterGeometry: The Stone-Like.



* StationaryBoss: Many bosses.

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* %%* StationaryBoss: Many bosses.



* SuperPrototype: The Silvergun fighters.

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* %%* SuperPrototype: The Silvergun fighters.



* TurtlePower: Bechew. It ''will'' [[{{Pun}} bea-chew]] up.

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* %%* TurtlePower: Bechew. It ''will'' [[{{Pun}} bea-chew]] up.



* UpdatedRerelease: One of Microsoft's Tokyo Game Show 2010 announcements was an XBLA remake. There was much rejoicing... except from those hoping to [[CrackIsCheaper invest in legit Sega Saturn copies]].

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* UpdatedRerelease: UpdatedRerelease:
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One of Microsoft's Tokyo Game Show 2010 announcements was an XBLA remake. There was much rejoicing... except from those hoping to [[CrackIsCheaper invest in legit Sega Saturn copies]].



* WaveMotionGun: Many bosses have that.
* WeaponizedExhaust: Penta briefly uses these.

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* %%* WaveMotionGun: Many bosses have that.
* %%* WeaponizedExhaust: Penta briefly uses these.



** A ''broader'' one happens in [[spoiler: Stage 1, where you are sent back in time ''100,000 years'' by the Stone-Like. Not so coincidentally, this is roughly when modern humans, genetically speaking, first appeared]].

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** A ''broader'' one happens in [[spoiler: Stage [[spoiler:Stage 1, where you are sent back in time ''100,000 years'' by the Stone-Like. Not so coincidentally, this is roughly when modern humans, genetically speaking, first appeared]].
24th Jun '17 6:34:33 PM ElloMe
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* StableTimeLoop
24th Jun '17 6:29:05 PM ElloMe
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* [[FromBadToWorse From Bad to]] [[UpToEleven (Much)]] [[{{Understatement}} Worse]]
19th Jun '17 1:03:22 PM ElloMe
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* FighterLaunchingSequence



* GaiasVengeance
11th Jun '17 3:52:42 PM nombretomado
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''Radiant Silvergun'' is a vertical scrolling shooter by Creator/{{Treasure}}, [[NoExportForYou released exclusively in Japan]] for the arcades (on the Sega Titan-Video hardware) and on the UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn in 1998. It was [[UpdatedRerelease ported to]] XboxLiveArcade [[RemadeForTheExport internationally]] on September 14, 2011.

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''Radiant Silvergun'' is a vertical scrolling shooter by Creator/{{Treasure}}, [[NoExportForYou released exclusively in Japan]] for the arcades (on the Sega Titan-Video hardware) and on the UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn in 1998. It was [[UpdatedRerelease ported to]] XboxLiveArcade UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade [[RemadeForTheExport internationally]] on September 14, 2011.
19th Apr '17 8:08:30 PM Yalsaris63
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* OutOfOrder: In the scene during which the Stone-Like's explosion destroys the world occurs at exactly 9:38 PM according to one scene in the game. However, in Stage 2 (which took place on that same day,) the player does not reach the beginning of Stage 2E until 9:58 PM, exactly 20 minutes AFTER THE EXPLOSION SUPPOSEDLY TOOK PLACE. The player still has a little ways to go by this point until the end of the stage, too.

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* OutOfOrder: In-universe example. In the scene during which the Stone-Like's explosion destroys the world occurs at exactly 9:38 PM according to one scene in the game. However, in Stage 2 (which took place on that same day,) the player does not reach the beginning of Stage 2E until 9:58 PM, exactly 20 minutes AFTER THE EXPLOSION SUPPOSEDLY TOOK PLACE. The player still has a little ways to go by this point until the end of the stage, too.
21st Feb '17 5:45:53 PM tropower
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* [[FromBadToWorse From Bad to]] [[UpToEleven (Much)]] [[{{Understatement}} worse]]

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* [[FromBadToWorse From Bad to]] [[UpToEleven (Much)]] [[{{Understatement}} worse]]Worse]]
21st Feb '17 5:45:02 PM tropower
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* {{From Bad To|Worse}} '''''[[UptoEleven Way]]''''' [[PrecisionFStrike Fucking]] [[FromBadToWorse Worse]]

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* {{From Bad To|Worse}} '''''[[UptoEleven Way]]''''' [[PrecisionFStrike Fucking]] * [[FromBadToWorse Worse]]From Bad to]] [[UpToEleven (Much)]] [[{{Understatement}} worse]]
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