History VideoGame / RecettearAnItemShopsTale

24th Dec '17 8:40:47 AM mack
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** On a more general note, it's possible to just bypass the dungeons entirely if you're just wanting to win the game via paying off the debt. Dungeons aren't particularly lucrative unless you grind them repeatedly to make fusion items, but the time you waste could be better used just buying low & selling high.
13th Dec '17 4:51:25 PM nombretomado
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* {{DRM}}: Carpe Fulgur specifically refused to use any, instead politely requesting the people not pirate it. They're even uncomfortable about Steam's wrapper which is generally considered the lightest-handed form of DRM out there.
6th Dec '17 5:22:54 PM Malady
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* GameplayAllyImmortality: While exploring the dungeons, Tear and Recette follow the adventurer around. They are completely immune from any danger/damage that happens to the adventurer, no matter what happens. Tear states early on that she casts a protective spell over herself and Recette, so that they will be considered invisible and invulnerable, but unable to interact with anything.

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* GameplayAllyImmortality: While exploring the dungeons, Tear and Recette follow the adventurer around. They are completely immune from any danger/damage that happens to the adventurer, no matter what happens. Tear states early on that she casts there is a protective spell over herself and Recette, so that they will be considered invisible and invulnerable, but unable to interact with anything.
22nd Nov '17 9:40:43 PM nombretomado
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* DigitalDistribution: Par for the course given that it's a doujin game. The demo even points this out at the end.
25th Oct '17 12:59:55 PM perona
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* {{Woolseyism}}: Some parts of the translated dialogue are given a fun flair, though after several years a bit of UnintentionalPeriodPiece might be noticeable in a few of the jokes that are cracked.
25th Oct '17 12:59:28 PM perona
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* {{Woolseyism}}: Some parts of the translated dialogue are given a fun flair, though after several years a bit of UnintentionalPeriodPiece might be noticeable in a few of the jokes that are cracked.
9th Aug '17 12:44:02 PM WaterBlap
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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything:
** Already have the items Caillou requests when he first appears? Recette says that she has them now (much to Caillou's surprise, since he thought them impossible to get) and sells them (with a fat bonus) without Caillou having to come in again!
** When food shortages raise up the price of your food items, they also increase the price of seeds and chestnuts (both of which are labeled as crafting materials, rather than edibles).
31st Jul '17 6:53:05 AM CosmicFerret
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* KingMook: Some of the bosses are these, some even in a literal sense such as the Crowned Slime ([[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a blue slime with a crown on its head]] that is basically the King Slime from ''Franchise/DragonQuest'') and the Eyebat King who has a "fancy hat, common wings" (again, simply a very large Eyebat with a crown, but he can fire a WaveMotionGun from his eye). The Gauntlet (the enemy, not the floor with mooks) is also simply a very big Knight. Like his two colleagues before, he is accompanied by swarms of normal enemies of the type. Other bosses however tend to be decidedly more unique.

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* KingMook: Some of the bosses are these, some even in a literal sense such as the Crowned Slime ([[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a blue slime with a crown on its head]] that is basically the King Slime from ''Franchise/DragonQuest'') ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'') and the Eyebat King who has a "fancy hat, common wings" (again, simply a very large Eyebat with a crown, but he can fire a WaveMotionGun from his eye). The Gauntlet (the enemy, not the floor with mooks) is also simply a very big Knight. Like his two colleagues before, he is accompanied by swarms of normal enemies of the type. Other bosses however tend to be decidedly more unique.
11th Jun '17 4:59:39 PM Zuxtron
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* GiantEnemyCrab: One of the bosses in the Amber Garden. Naturally, you have to flip it over to AttackItsWeakPoint ForMassiveDamage.

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* GiantEnemyCrab: One of the bosses in the Amber Garden. Naturally, you have to flip it over to AttackItsWeakPoint ForMassiveDamage.AttackItsWeakPoint.



* ThrowTheMookAtThem: [[GiantEnemyCrab Volcanicrab]] will literally take no damage from any of your attacks initially. [[ActionBomb Bomb mooks]] appear eventually, however, which can flip him over to strike his underside [[ForMassiveDamage for massive damage.]]

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* ThrowTheMookAtThem: [[GiantEnemyCrab Volcanicrab]] will literally take no damage from any of your attacks initially. [[ActionBomb Bomb mooks]] appear eventually, however, which can flip him over to [[AttackItsWeakPoint strike his underside [[ForMassiveDamage for massive damage.]]underside]].
17th Apr '17 9:26:52 AM Malady
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* DubNameChange: From [[http://www.carpefulgur.com/drakblog/?p=14 the translation notes]]:
** Minor Changes:
---> On the topic of name changes, generally we didn’t engage in any at all. A few of the names were slightly naturalized in spelling – “Louie” vs. “Lui” and “Griff” vs. “Griffe”, but by and large we left the names alone, and even with a few of the “altered” names, the theme naming and the puns therein (as virtually all the characters have French words for names) remained perfectly obvious and intact.
** Tielle:
---> Tielle, in the original Japanese katakana, is named as “ティエール”, which one might think would actually be a cut-and-dry situation. The original site for the game, however, indicates a bit of a different spelling than you’d expect at first: “Tiers”. That is, the French word for “third”. When we spoke with EGS, we found out that this referred to her place in her family; that is, she was literally the third of three sisters.
** Pensee:
--->The one other, more minor, name change worth noting here is the name of the town itself. Originally the town was called “Heartsease”. It was altered largely as a result of one item: the “town magazine”. This was originally the “Hartzworker”, which operated on a pronunciation pun that works to some extent in Japanese (T and D sounds are separated only by dakuten marks in the Japanese alphabet, as are S and Z sounds) but didn’t really quite transfer over right to English. There was the added issue of the name not quite gelling with the very French feel of the rest of the town. We therefore asked EGS if they were alright with us changing the name to “Pensee”, and thus allowing us to call the magazine “Le Penseur”. If you’re wondering why we would go with “Pensee” of all things, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heartsease look at what kind of flower a heartsease is]].
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