History VideoGame / SaGa3

3rd Aug '17 11:35:15 PM mlsmithca
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** Likely due to space constraints, the word "The" is omitted frequently. So as a result, it wounds like they're talking about objects and locations as if they're actually people. They especially do this with the Talon.
*** [[spoiler: That last one actually makes sense towards the end of the game, when the male lead finds out his dad's brain was installed inside it.]]

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** Likely due to space constraints, the word "The" is omitted frequently. So as a result, it wounds like they're talking about objects and locations as if they're actually people. They especially do this with the Talon.
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Talon. [[spoiler: That last one actually makes sense towards the end of the game, when the male lead finds out his dad's brain was installed inside it.]]



* CloningBlues: If the body is destroyed, a piece of DNA will restore them.
** In the Japanese version they can be brought back from [[Manga/DragonBall a fragment of one of their cells.]]
* CrutchCharacter: The Fifth party member, although Myron pretty much fits this trope the best since he could actually solo the mini boss.
* DeathIsCheap: See CloningBlues above.

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* CloningBlues: If the body is destroyed, a piece of DNA will restore them.
**
them. In the Japanese version they can be brought back from [[Manga/DragonBall a fragment of one of their cells.]]
* CrutchCharacter: The Fifth party member, although Myron pretty much fits this trope the best since he could actually solo the mini boss.
* %%* DeathIsCheap: See CloningBlues above. above.
%%"See [other trope]" is not context.



* StableTimeLoop: The Elder warns you that he met people looking for the Talon Units. Not long after, your party encounters the Elder in the past and...asks him about the Units.
** Although one would think the present Elder would recognize that the people he is sending to the past are the ones he met prior to these events. However, it's possible the Elder ''does'' recognize them, and simply does not tell them for fear of altering their actions in the past.
* SwordOfPlotAdvancement: Along with a few magic spells and [[EarthShatteringKaboom the nuke, which only has one use]], Only the mystic swords can physically damage the final boss.
** Although it's actually possible to use the Ninja sword or a nuclear bomb to damage the final boss; the nuclear bomb is a one-use item and the ninja sword inflicts maybe one or two hundred damage tops - The mystic swords could do over a thousand. As for magic, the two that tend to damage him effectively are the Flare spell and the White spell (the latter being a spell that Borgin knows).

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* StableTimeLoop: The Elder warns you that he met people looking for the Talon Units. Not long after, your party encounters the Elder in the past and...asks him about the Units.
** Although one would think the present Elder would recognize that the people he is sending to the past are the ones he met prior to these events. However, it's
Units. It's possible the Elder in the present ''does'' recognize them, your party as the people who asked about Talon Units, and simply does not tell them for fear of altering their actions in the past.
* SwordOfPlotAdvancement: Along with a few magic spells and [[EarthShatteringKaboom the nuke, which only has one use]], Only only the mystic swords can physically damage the final boss.
** Although it's actually possible to use the Ninja sword or a nuclear bomb to damage the final boss; the nuclear bomb is a one-use item and the ninja sword inflicts maybe one or two hundred damage tops - The mystic swords could do over a thousand. As for magic, the two that tend to damage him effectively are the Flare spell and the White spell (the latter being a spell that Borgin knows).
boss.



* BreakableWeapons: As per the ''[=SaGa=]'' standard, although you can have them all recharged for a price.
** Weapons also have multiple attacks. You can use the basic attack which will take one use off the durability counter, or more powerful attacks which will take off 2, 3, or 4 uses.

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* BreakableWeapons: As per the ''[=SaGa=]'' standard, although you can have them all recharged for a price.
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price. Weapons also have multiple attacks. You can use the basic attack which will take one use off the durability counter, or more powerful attacks which will take off 2, 3, or 4 uses.



* TheEndingChangesEverything: The revelation that [[spoiler:[[MagnificentBastard Wanderer]] was playing both sides fills in a lot of the gaps in the original story. (He's Borgin, by the way.)]]



* [[TheEndingChangesEverything The True Ending Changes Everything]]: The revelation that [[spoiler:[[MagnificentBastard Wanderer]] was playing both sides fills in a lot of the gaps in the original story. (He's Borgin, by the way.)]]
25th Mar '17 1:35:53 PM nombretomado
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An enhanced remake for the NintendoDS was released in 2011, titled ''[=SaGa=] 3: Jikuu no Hasha: Shadow or Light''. As with the remake of ''VideoGame/{{SaGa 2}}'', the chances of an official U.S. English release are [[NoExportForYou slim to none]] due to the poor sales of other games in the series.

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An enhanced remake for the NintendoDS UsefulNotes/NintendoDS was released in 2011, titled ''[=SaGa=] 3: Jikuu no Hasha: Shadow or Light''. As with the remake of ''VideoGame/{{SaGa 2}}'', the chances of an official U.S. English release are [[NoExportForYou slim to none]] due to the poor sales of other games in the series.
26th Jan '17 9:33:28 AM ZorotheGallade
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* AerithAndBob: The main party's default names: [[TheHero Dune]], [[TheLancer Milfy]], [[TheChick Shiryu]] and ''[[TheBigGuy Polnareff]]''.
26th Dec '16 10:09:54 PM Starlight36
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%%* YouGottaHaveBlueHair

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%%* YouGottaHaveBlueHair* YouAreWhoYouEat: Party members transform into Beasts and Monsters this way, although the form they take is rarely that of the creature whose meat they just devoured.
21st Oct '16 3:36:46 PM Sammettik
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** You can also meet a trio of adventurers, mother, father, and son, looking for the Lost Ark in the game - Sound familiar? It certainly should. In the epilogue of ''[=SaGa=] 2'', the hero and their family leave to search for said Lost Ark.
23rd Feb '16 1:38:29 PM Sammettik
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* PreviousPlayerCharacterCameo: Sort of. At one point in Pureland, you meet "Dad" from ''VideoGame/SaGa2'' along with his wife and a son. However, the son in question is far too young to have been the PlayerCharacter.

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* PreviousPlayerCharacterCameo: Sort of. At one point in Pureland, you meet "Dad" from ''VideoGame/SaGa2'' along with his wife and a son. However, the son in question is far too young to have been the PlayerCharacter. Presumably their absence is to [[CipherScything avoid answering what their canon Gender and Race were]].
23rd Feb '16 1:32:49 PM Sammettik
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* GameBreakingBug[=/=]GoodBadBugs: This is perhaps the '''least''' glitchy out of the first three ''[=SaGa=]'' games -- perhaps helped that it doesn't use a lot of complex mechanics such as the StatGrinding systems of its predecessors.

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* GameBreakingBug[=/=]GoodBadBugs: GameBreakingBug: This is perhaps the '''least''' glitchy out of the first three ''[=SaGa=]'' games -- perhaps helped that it doesn't use a lot of complex mechanics such as the StatGrinding systems of its predecessors.
23rd Feb '16 1:31:48 PM Sammettik
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An enhanced remake for the NintendoDS was released in 2011, titled ''[=SaGa=] 3: Jikuu no Hasha: Shadow or Light''. As with the remake of ''VideoGame/{{SaGa 2}}'', the chances of an official U.S. English release are [[NoExportForYou slim to none]] due to the poor sales of recent games in the series.

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An enhanced remake for the NintendoDS was released in 2011, titled ''[=SaGa=] 3: Jikuu no Hasha: Shadow or Light''. As with the remake of ''VideoGame/{{SaGa 2}}'', the chances of an official U.S. English release are [[NoExportForYou slim to none]] due to the poor sales of recent other games in the series.
23rd Feb '16 1:31:18 PM Sammettik
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* PreviousPlayerCharacterCameo: At one point in the pureland, you meet a family of three who is searching for the lost ark. It's more or less confirmed that they are the main characters from ''VideoGame/SaGa2''.

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* PreviousPlayerCharacterCameo: Sort of. At one point in the pureland, Pureland, you meet "Dad" from ''VideoGame/SaGa2'' along with his wife and a family of three who is searching for son. However, the lost ark. It's more or less confirmed that they are son in question is far too young to have been the main characters from ''VideoGame/SaGa2''. PlayerCharacter.



** You can also meet a trio of adventurers, mother, father, and son, looking for the Lost Ark in the game - Sound familiar?
*** It certainly should. In the epilogue of ''[=SaGa=] 2'', the hero and his family leave to search for said Lost Ark.

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** You can also meet a trio of adventurers, mother, father, and son, looking for the Lost Ark in the game - Sound familiar?
***
familiar? It certainly should. In the epilogue of ''[=SaGa=] 2'', the hero and his their family leave to search for said Lost Ark.
16th Feb '16 11:49:43 PM ReyKenobi
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* PreviousPlayerCharacterCameo: At one point in the pureland, you meet a family of three who is searching for the lost ark. It's more or less confirmed that they are the main characters from ''VideoGame/SaGa2''.
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