History VideoGame / RogueGalaxy

30th May '18 8:20:04 PM PaulA
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[[caption-width-right:300:[[PeterPan Second star system to the right, then straight on 'til morning]].]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:[[PeterPan [[caption-width-right:300:[[Disney/PeterPan Second star system to the right, then straight on 'til morning]].]]
17th Mar '18 11:20:50 PM nombretomado
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* {{Expy}}: A major antagonist named [[spoiler: [[NamesTheSame Mother]]]], who is insect-like, her first form being similar to a cocoon, and who considers herself as a supreme being, with WorldEater tendencies... I could ''swear'' [[WildARMS I saw something like that elsewhere...]]

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* {{Expy}}: A major antagonist named [[spoiler: [[NamesTheSame Mother]]]], who is insect-like, her first form being similar to a cocoon, and who considers herself as a supreme being, with WorldEater tendencies... I could ''swear'' [[WildARMS [[VideoGame/WildArms I saw something like that elsewhere...]]
16th Mar '18 6:17:58 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* LukeIAmYourFather: GenreSavvy players will anticipate this one all the way from Chapter 1.

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* LukeIAmYourFather: GenreSavvy players Players will anticipate this one all the way from Chapter 1.
14th Jan '18 2:43:39 PM nombretomado
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An action RPG for the Playstation 2 developed by [[{{Level5}} Level 5]], released in 2005 in Japan and 2007 elsewhere, Rogue Galaxy can basically be summarized as a combination of ''VideoGame/DarkCloud'' and ''VideoGame/SkiesOfArcadia'' [[RecycledINSPACE IN SPACE]].

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An action RPG for the Playstation 2 developed by [[{{Level5}} Level 5]], Creator/Level5, released in 2005 in Japan and 2007 elsewhere, Rogue Galaxy can basically be summarized as a combination of ''VideoGame/DarkCloud'' and ''VideoGame/SkiesOfArcadia'' [[RecycledINSPACE IN SPACE]].
11th Dec '17 5:56:04 AM Cryoclaste
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* MiniGame: Insectron, a combination of chess and {{Pokemon}}. It requires quite a bit more skill than the main quest (and most likely a [[GuideDangIt guide]] to find the best insects).

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* MiniGame: Insectron, a combination of chess and {{Pokemon}}.Franchise/{{Pokemon}}. It requires quite a bit more skill than the main quest (and most likely a [[GuideDangIt guide]] to find the best insects).
29th Aug '17 12:45:16 PM HalcyonDayz
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* SpaceIsAnOcean: Traveling through space is basically the game's equivalent of sailing through the ocean that you would probably do in medieval RPGs.

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* SpaceIsAnOcean: Traveling through space is basically the game's equivalent of sailing through the ocean that you would probably do in medieval RPGs.{{Role Playing Game}}s.
27th Jun '17 7:50:36 PM Bufuman
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* DualWielding: In addition to Kisala's dual daggers, Zegram can use his Twin Sword ability to temporarily create a second copy of his current sword.


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* EyeBeams: Steve's Icy Eye Beams attack, fired while spinning his head around to blast all enemies.


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*** Dark Cloud also happens to be the name of one of the Seven-Star Swords (once it reaches its final form, anyway).


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* SwordAndGun: Most of the playable characters use close-range weapons for their main weapons and long-range weapons as their sub-weapons. Simon skirts the line (using flamethrowers as his main weapon), Lilika reverses things (using long-range bows for her main weapon and close-range hatchets as her sub-weapon), and Kisala averts it completely (using knives as main weapons and kicking with her boots for her sub attacks, though the boots serve similar functions as other long-range weapons, getting her close to distant enemies and providing effective anti-air attacks).
9th Jun '17 6:24:50 AM Bufuman
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* DevelopersForesight: A Plain Edge sword is used up as part of the weapon synthesis tutorial. To make sure the player has one on hand when they first meet Toady, the Plain Edge that Jaster starts out with is unable to be sold or put in storage.
16th Sep '16 7:16:43 AM KamonTheSkunk
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** On a related note, the Frog Log can be pretty tedious to finish as well. While you have to create only 50 weapons and analyze 100, you have to travel to the other planets quite often to get the weapons Toady wants you to combine and it's quite unlikely that you'll remember which merchant sells the weapons you'll need. To add insult to injury, sometimes Toady will want you to combine a weapons with weapons that can only be obtained via combining, which takes even more time as you might have to max out four weapons just to create one which means a lot of LevelGrinding.

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** On a related note, the Frog Log can be pretty tedious to finish as well. While you have to create only 50 weapons and analyze 100, you have to travel to the other planets quite often to get the weapons Toady wants you to combine and it's quite unlikely that you'll remember which merchant sells the weapons you'll need. To add insult to injury, sometimes Toady will want you to combine a weapons weapon with weapons a weapon that can only be obtained via combining, which takes even more time as you might have to max out four weapons just to create one which means a lot of LevelGrinding.
16th Sep '16 7:15:47 AM KamonTheSkunk
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** On a related note, the Frog Log can be pretty tedious to finish as well. While you have to create only 50 weapons and analyze 100, you have to travel to the other planets quite often to get the weapons Toady wants you to combine and it's quite unlikely that you'll remember which merchant sells which item. To add more insult to injury, sometimes Toady will want you to combine a weapons with weapons that can only be obtained via combining, which takes even more time as you might have to max out four weapons just to create one which means a lot of LevelGrinding.

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** On a related note, the Frog Log can be pretty tedious to finish as well. While you have to create only 50 weapons and analyze 100, you have to travel to the other planets quite often to get the weapons Toady wants you to combine and it's quite unlikely that you'll remember which merchant sells which item. the weapons you'll need. To add more insult to injury, sometimes Toady will want you to combine a weapons with weapons that can only be obtained via combining, which takes even more time as you might have to max out four weapons just to create one which means a lot of LevelGrinding.
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