History VideoGame / RadiantSilvergun

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]]
17th Jan '17 7:05:56 PM contrafanxxx
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* ShootTheShaggyDog: [[spoiler: Pretty much the entire game was all for naught.]]
8th Jan '17 9:00:36 PM StevieC
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* SkippableBoss: W(--)W in the Saturn version.[[note]]Yes, that boss' official name is W(--)W.[[/note[[ However, beating it can reward the player with bonus points.

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* SkippableBoss: W(--)W in the Saturn version.[[note]]Yes, that boss' official name is W(--)W.[[/note[[ [[/note]] However, beating it can reward the player with bonus points.
26th Dec '16 4:40:02 PM BlueGuy
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* AfterTheEnd: The game begins with the Stone-like causing the apocalypse, with only 4 people managing to survive.



** [[spoiler: AfterTheEnd]]: [[spoiler: [[EternalRecurrence Again and again and again ...]]]]
* ApocalypseHow: The gamee ''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.]]
* [[spoiler: ApocalypticLog: All of the ship's logs are this after the ending.]]

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** [[spoiler: AfterTheEnd]]: [[spoiler: [[EternalRecurrence Again and again and again ...]]]]
* ApocalypseHow: The gamee 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.]]
* [[spoiler: ApocalypticLog: All [[spoiler:All of the ship's logs are this after the ending.]]



* AwesomeMcCoolname: Just say the title of the game out loud and think of how awesome it sounds. "Radiant. Silvergun."



* BossGame: Generally speaking, ''half the entire time spent'' in a typical playthrough is made up of boss fights, but Stage 6 is particularly loaded with bosses.

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* BossGame: BossBonanza: Generally speaking, ''half the entire time spent'' in a typical playthrough is made up of boss fights, but Stage 6 is particularly loaded with bosses.



* BulletHell: Radiant Silvergun has its moments, but the pace is somewhat slower than your typical shooter of this level.

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* BulletHell: Radiant Silvergun It has its moments, but the pace is somewhat slower than your typical shooter of this level.



* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: The [[http://web.archive.org/web/20080419104927/http://www.emuxhaven.net/~silver/Link%20Stage%20Explanation.html Stage 1]] dialogue is intentional symbolism for [[spoiler:ExecutiveMeddling between game retailers, developers, and publishers, with hardcore gamers caught in the middle]].

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: The home console version's [[http://web.archive.org/web/20080419104927/http://www.emuxhaven.net/~silver/Link%20Stage%20Explanation.html Stage 1]] dialogue is intentional symbolism for [[spoiler:ExecutiveMeddling between game retailers, developers, and publishers, with hardcore gamers caught in the middle]].



* [[spoiler: DownerEnding / GainaxEnding / AdamAndEvePlot / EternalRecurrence]]: The ending in a nutshell.

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* [[spoiler: DownerEnding / GainaxEnding / AdamAndEvePlot / EternalRecurrence]]: The ending in a nutshell.DownerEnding: [[spoiler:All of humanity dies, and the GroundhogDayLoop the Stone-like enacts is implied to be more of an EternalRecurrence.]]



* EnemySummoner: Walker mid-boss in Stage 4E.

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* EnemySummoner: The Walker mid-boss in Stage 4E.[=4E=].



* EvilElevator: You'll be fighting one called [=UE2A-GAL=] which tends to replace its broken components at the end of Stage 2.

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* EvilElevator: You'll be fighting one called [=UE2A-GAL=] which tends to replace its broken components [=UE2A-GAL=], the boss at the end of Stage 2.2. It has the ability to replace its parts as soon as you destroy them.



* [[EverythingsBetterWithSpinning Everything's Better With Spinning]]: The dodecagon [=DAIKAI10=], the centipede [=DAN-564=], the walking fortress [=CA2-EKZO=], and Xiga, the ''avatar of divine wrath''.

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* [[EverythingsBetterWithSpinning Everything's Better With Spinning]]: EverythingsBetterWithSpinning: The dodecagon [=DAIKAI10=], the centipede [=DAN-564=], the walking fortress [=CA2-EKZO=], and Xiga, the ''avatar of divine wrath''.



* [[spoiler: PlotlineDeath: Extra lives won't help in this case.]]

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* [[spoiler: PlotlineDeath: Extra lives won't help in this case.[[spoiler:At the very end, the last two humans die.]]



* RoarBeforeBeating: [=NASU=] the robotic snake roars before battle.
* ScoringPoints: Killing 3 enemies of the same color results in "chain" bonuses, which get higher as you score more successive chains. No, unlike in ''VideoGame/{{Ikaruga}}'', which at least has the mercy to let you change colors between chains, shooting a single enemy of a different color will result in losing your chain. Ignoring this trope is '''not''' recommmended, as your weapons need points to level up, and if you are scoring poorly, your weapons will become outdated by the later stages.

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* RoarBeforeBeating: [=NASU=] the (the robotic snake snake) roars before battle.
* ScoringPoints: Killing 3 enemies of the same color results in "chain" bonuses, which get higher as you score more successive chains. No, However, unlike in ''VideoGame/{{Ikaruga}}'', which ''VideoGame/{{Ikaruga}}'' (which at least has the mercy to let you change colors between chains, chains), shooting a single enemy of a different color will result in losing your chain. Ignoring this trope is '''not''' recommmended, ''not'' recommended, as your weapons need points to level up, and if you are scoring poorly, your weapons will become outdated by the later stages.



* [[spoiler:ShootTheShaggyDog]]



* SkippableBoss: W(--)W in the Saturn version. Yes, that boss' official name is W(--)W. However, beating it can reward the player with bonus points.

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* SkippableBoss: W(--)W in the Saturn version. Yes, [[note]]Yes, that boss' official name is W(--)W. W(--)W.[[/note[[ However, beating it can reward the player with bonus points.



-->'''Igarashi''': "On other matters, I recall that today is the last day of your tests! Our superiors have placed a lot of expectations on these new models, so ''please'', do your best!"\\
'''Guy''': *tsk tsk tsk* "C'mon, pops, you don't need tests if you've got the guts!"\\
'''Igarashi''': "So, Tengai, just how ''is'' my son doing on the tests?"\\
'''Tengai''': "... Heheh... '''HE'S THE WORST DAMN PILOT IN THE HISTORY OF THE ACADEMY!'''"\\

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-->'''Igarashi''': "On On other matters, I recall that today is the last day of your tests! Our superiors have placed a lot of expectations on these new models, so ''please'', do your best!"\\
best!\\
'''Guy''': *tsk tsk tsk* "C'mon, C'mon, pops, you don't need tests if you've got the guts!"\\
guts!\\
'''Igarashi''': "So, So, Tengai, just how ''is'' my son doing on the tests?"\\
'''Tengai''': "...
tests?\\
'''Tengai''': ...
Heheh... '''HE'S THE WORST DAMN PILOT IN THE HISTORY OF THE ACADEMY!'''"\\ACADEMY!'''\\
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