History VideoGame / RhythmThiefAndTheEmperorsTreasure

28th May '16 3:30:31 PM SoItBegins
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* NoEndorHolocaust: An assault of knights and the ruckus spread by the attack of the weather-controlling Gardens of Babylon (and their destruction) still don't deter all of Paris from celebrating a few days after.

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* NoEndorHolocaust: An assault of knights and the ruckus spread by the attack of the weather-controlling [[spoiler:weather-controlling Hanging Gardens of Babylon Babylon]] (and their destruction) still don't doesn't deter all of Paris from celebrating a few days after.
28th May '16 3:24:01 PM SoItBegins
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* ConservationOfNinjutsu: The chevalier fights, where Phantom R and [[spoiler:Vergier]] mow down tens of them per minigame. The [[spoiler: true Chevaliers force Phantom R to [[EnemyMine team up with Charlie and Vergier]], but still go one with one hit each.]]

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* ConservationOfNinjutsu: The chevalier fights, where Phantom R and [[spoiler:Vergier]] mow down tens of them per minigame. The [[spoiler: [[spoiler:The true Chevaliers force Phantom R to [[EnemyMine team up with Charlie and Vergier]], but still go one down with one hit each.]]



* [[spoiler: DrivenToSuicide: Implied with "Napoleon's" death after his second defeat by Phantom R. With the Hanging Garden crumbling, he steps back off the edge and falls, smiling.]]

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* [[spoiler: DrivenToSuicide: Implied with "Napoleon's" [[spoiler:"Napoleon's"]] death after his second defeat by Phantom R. R. With the Hanging Garden [[spoiler:Hanging Gardens]] crumbling, he steps back off the edge and falls, smiling.]]



** [[spoiler:PlotCouponThatDoesSomething: At the end of the game, Raphael harnesses the city's energy with the bracelet and destroys the reactor of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon in a large beam of light.]]

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** [[spoiler:PlotCouponThatDoesSomething: PlotCouponThatDoesSomething: At the end of the game, Raphael harnesses [[spoiler:harnesses the city's energy with the bracelet and destroys the reactor of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon in a large beam of light.]]



* [[spoiler:SamusIsAGirl: Charlie isn't Inspector Vergier's son. Rather, Charlie is Inspector Vergier's ''daughter''.]]

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* [[spoiler:SamusIsAGirl: Charlie SamusIsAGirl: [[spoiler:Charlie isn't Inspector Vergier's son. Rather, Charlie is Inspector Vergier's ''daughter''.]]



* [[spoiler: TakingTheBullet: Done by Elisabeth for Marie.]]

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* [[spoiler: * TakingTheBullet: Done by Elisabeth [[spoiler:Elisabeth for Marie.]]
21st Feb '16 8:32:05 AM codebracker
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* {{Rollerblade Good}}: When Raphael is escaping from Louvre, he is chased by the police force's "famed Paris Rollerskate Brigade".
7th Jan '16 1:42:43 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: There are rhythm games that play like Sega's past rhythm games ''SambaDeAmigo'' and ''SpaceChannel5''. One of them also uses music from ''Feel The Magic: XY/XX''[=/=]''Project Rub''.

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* ShoutOut: There are rhythm games that play like Sega's past rhythm games ''SambaDeAmigo'' and ''SpaceChannel5''.''VideoGame/SpaceChannel5''. One of them also uses music from ''Feel The Magic: XY/XX''[=/=]''Project Rub''.
8th Sep '15 8:56:09 PM MegaTank
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* ArmorIsUseless: The chevaliers have full plate armor but still go down in one palm strike each.


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* ConservationOfNinjutsu: The chevalier fights, where Phantom R and [[spoiler:Vergier]] mow down tens of them per minigame. The [[spoiler: true Chevaliers force Phantom R to [[EnemyMine team up with Charlie and Vergier]], but still go one with one hit each.]]
4th Sep '15 8:43:10 PM nombretomado
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The game follows the protagonist Raphael in his day-to-day life, as world-renowned art thief Phantom R. He faces off against Inspector Vergier of the Paris Constabulary, meets a mysterious man who claims to be NapoleonBonaparte and pursues his {{Disappeared Dad}}, doing so in style the entire time.

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The game follows the protagonist Raphael in his day-to-day life, as world-renowned art thief Phantom R. He faces off against Inspector Vergier of the Paris Constabulary, meets a mysterious man who claims to be NapoleonBonaparte UsefulNotes/NapoleonBonaparte and pursues his {{Disappeared Dad}}, doing so in style the entire time.
22nd Dec '14 3:51:28 AM ZorotheGallade
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* NoEndorHolocaust: An assault of knights and the ruckus spread by the attack of the weather-controlling Gardens of Babylon (and their destruction) still don't deter all of Paris from celebrating a few days after.
22nd Jun '14 10:57:56 PM ZombieAladdin
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* PublicDomainSoundtrack: Quite a few of the songs are actually pieces of classical music.

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* PublicDomainSoundtrack: PublicDomainSoundtrack[=/=]RockMeAmadeus: Quite a few of the songs are actually pieces of classical music.music. Some of them, such as "En Garde, Jean-François," are remixed to modern instrumentation.
7th Nov '13 7:39:42 PM MagentaFantasies
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* CharacterNameAndTheNounPhrase#

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* CharacterNameAndTheNounPhrase#CharacterNameAndTheNounPhrase


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* [[spoiler: DrivenToSuicide: Implied with "Napoleon's" death after his second defeat by Phantom R. With the Hanging Garden crumbling, he steps back off the edge and falls, smiling.]]


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* EiffelTowerEffect: Literally; the Eiffel Tower features prominently in the cover of the game, and is viewable in the majority of shots of the Paris skyline in-game.
28th Oct '13 2:10:02 PM TheMysteriousTroper
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** CriticalResearchFailure: However, French gamers or people well versed in French culture can find an equal number of mistakes, such as the striking lack of non-White people among the NPCs or Raphael saying that the colours of the French flag stand for freedom, equality and brotherhood (which they don't). Not to mention Raphael's, Marie's and other main characters' names in the original Japanese version of the game are anything but French names.

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** CriticalResearchFailure: However, French gamers or people well versed in French culture can find an equal number of mistakes, such as the striking lack of non-White people among the NPCs [=NPCs=] or Raphael saying that the colours of the French flag stand for freedom, equality and brotherhood (which they don't). Not to mention Raphael's, Marie's and other main characters' names in the original Japanese version of the game are anything but French names.
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