History VideoGame / RuleOfRose

13th May '18 7:16:17 PM nombretomado
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* InventoryManagementPuzzle: Beautifully averted. You can drop anything, anytime, anywhere, and it'll wind up in Jennifer's storage bin, of which there are several and all of which are magically connected ala ''ResidentEvil''. Essentially, you can discard items without actually losing them.

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* InventoryManagementPuzzle: Beautifully averted. You can drop anything, anytime, anywhere, and it'll wind up in Jennifer's storage bin, of which there are several and all of which are magically connected ala ''ResidentEvil''.''Franchise/ResidentEvil''. Essentially, you can discard items without actually losing them.
1st May '18 9:46:45 PM nombretomado
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[[IThoughtItMeant Oddly enough]], not [[LoveBubbles the rule]] that requires all [[{{Shojo}} shoujo]] anime to have a [[SomethingAboutARose plethora of roses about]].

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[[IThoughtItMeant [[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant Oddly enough]], not [[LoveBubbles the rule]] that requires all [[{{Shojo}} shoujo]] anime to have a [[SomethingAboutARose plethora of roses about]].
25th Apr '18 2:53:29 PM BlueCaper
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[[IThoughtItMeant Oddly enough]], not the rule that requires all [[{{Shojo}} shoujo]] anime to have a [[SomethingAboutARose plethora of roses about]].

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[[IThoughtItMeant Oddly enough]], not [[LoveBubbles the rule rule]] that requires all [[{{Shojo}} shoujo]] anime to have a [[SomethingAboutARose plethora of roses about]].
23rd Apr '18 2:55:04 PM SummerKtreva
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4th Apr '18 3:16:00 PM BlueCaper
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* BossRush: The "Funeral" chapter pits Jennifer against every animal-themed mini-boss the player has encountered throughout the game and forces confrontation by blocking their progress until they defeats not one, but TWO of each.

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* BossRush: The "Funeral" chapter pits Jennifer against every animal-themed mini-boss the player has encountered throughout the game and forces confrontation by blocking their progress until they defeats defeat not one, but TWO of each.



* ButThouMust: Early on, Jennifer is given a series of mildly threatening yes or no questions while tied to a pole. No matter what you answer, the outcome is unchanged, and the trope is lampshaded when the interrogator tells Jennifer that her opinion and choices don't matter; they're the one making the rules around here. This arguably sets up the recurring theme of helplessness surrounding Jennifer.

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* ButThouMust: Early on, Jennifer is given a series of mildly threatening yes or no yes-or-no questions while tied to a pole. No matter what you answer, the outcome is unchanged, and the trope is lampshaded when the interrogator tells Jennifer that her opinion and choices don't matter; they're the one making the rules around here. This arguably sets up the recurring theme of helplessness surrounding Jennifer.
4th Apr '18 10:24:55 AM Kuruni
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* AmbiguousDisorder: Some fans have taken to interpreting Eleanor's extreme introversion and emotionlessness, combined with her overwhelming obsession with birds and odd rationale thereof (wanting to "sprout wings [like a bird] and fly away") as indicative of an autism spectrum disorder. (This is also said of Thomas' obsession with trains; and of his making his toy train's route an eternal loop without a final destination, for--according to Jennifer--reaching the end of the line "would've broken his heart.") Some of the other girls' behaviors certainly seem to point at various mental illnesses: Diana may be a [[TheNarcissist narcissist]] (or possibly a borderliner); Clara has [[BrokenBird very obvious]] [[DespairEventHorizon PTSD]]; and Wendy [[spoiler: is a textbook [[TheSociopath sociopath]].]]

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* AmbiguousDisorder: Some fans have taken to interpreting Eleanor's extreme introversion and emotionlessness, combined with her overwhelming obsession with birds and odd rationale thereof (wanting to "sprout wings [like a bird] and fly away") as indicative of an autism spectrum disorder. (This is also said of Thomas' obsession with trains; and of his making his toy train's route an eternal loop without a final destination, for--according to Jennifer--reaching the end of the line "would've broken his heart.") Some of the other girls' behaviors certainly seem to point at various mental illnesses: Diana may be a [[TheNarcissist narcissist]] (or possibly a borderliner); Clara has [[BrokenBird very obvious]] [[DespairEventHorizon obvious PTSD]]; and Wendy [[spoiler: is a textbook [[TheSociopath sociopath]].]]
4th Apr '18 9:49:48 AM BlueCaper
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* AmbiguousDisorder: Some fans have taken to interpreting Eleanor's extreme introversion and emotionlessness, combined with her overwhelming obsession with birds and odd rationale thereof (wanting to "sprout wings [like a bird] and fly away") as indicative of an autism spectrum disorder. (This is also said of Thomas' obsession with trains; and of his making his toy train's route an eternal loop without a final destination, for--according to Jennifer--reaching the end of the line "would've broken his heart.") Some of the other girls' behaviors certainly seem to point at various mental illnesses: Diana may be a narcissist (or possibly a borderliner), Clara has very obvious PTSD and Wendy [[spoiler: is a textbook sociopath.]]

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* AmbiguousDisorder: Some fans have taken to interpreting Eleanor's extreme introversion and emotionlessness, combined with her overwhelming obsession with birds and odd rationale thereof (wanting to "sprout wings [like a bird] and fly away") as indicative of an autism spectrum disorder. (This is also said of Thomas' obsession with trains; and of his making his toy train's route an eternal loop without a final destination, for--according to Jennifer--reaching the end of the line "would've broken his heart.") Some of the other girls' behaviors certainly seem to point at various mental illnesses: Diana may be a narcissist [[TheNarcissist narcissist]] (or possibly a borderliner), borderliner); Clara has [[BrokenBird very obvious PTSD obvious]] [[DespairEventHorizon PTSD]]; and Wendy [[spoiler: is a textbook sociopath.[[TheSociopath sociopath]].]]
27th Mar '18 5:00:38 PM BlueCaper
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* AmbiguousDisorder: Some fans have taken to interpreting Eleanor's extreme introversion and emotionlessness, combined with her overwhelming obsession with birds and odd rationale thereof (wanting to "sprout wings [like a bird] and fly away") as indicative of an autism spectrum disorder. Some of the other girls' behaviors certainly seem to point at various mental illnesses: Diana may be a narcissist (or possibly a borderliner), Clara has very obvious PTSD and Wendy [[spoiler: is a textbook sociopath.]]

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* AmbiguousDisorder: Some fans have taken to interpreting Eleanor's extreme introversion and emotionlessness, combined with her overwhelming obsession with birds and odd rationale thereof (wanting to "sprout wings [like a bird] and fly away") as indicative of an autism spectrum disorder. (This is also said of Thomas' obsession with trains; and of his making his toy train's route an eternal loop without a final destination, for--according to Jennifer--reaching the end of the line "would've broken his heart.") Some of the other girls' behaviors certainly seem to point at various mental illnesses: Diana may be a narcissist (or possibly a borderliner), Clara has very obvious PTSD and Wendy [[spoiler: is a textbook sociopath.]]
25th Mar '18 3:30:16 PM BlueCaper
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* CassandraTruth: That whole "strange man abducting children" thing is just a figment of your imagination, Martha. Nothing to be worried about in the least.

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* CassandraTruth: That whole "strange man abducting children" thing is [[HystericalWoman just a figment of your imagination, imagination]], Martha. [[PoliceAreUseless Nothing to be worried about in the least.]]
20th Mar '18 11:19:20 AM maylove25
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: It's left unknown what ''exactly'' happened to Clara by the end of the game. Also Jennifer, for that matter.
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