History VideoGame / SenkoNoRonde

24th Jan '18 7:21:29 AM ReiKusanagi
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** Inverted in ''Senko no Ronde 2'' as the new artist seems far fonder of sticking many characters in pilot suits.
7th Nov '17 12:05:54 PM ViperAcidZX
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* DownloadableContent: The first game has extra DLC costumes for the characters that also changes the palette of their Rounders. Unfortunately, the [=DLCs=] was never released outside of Japan, however it may be possible to use them in the English version by purchasing them with a Japanese Xbox LIVE account.

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The first game has extra DLC costumes for the characters that also changes the palette of their Rounders. Unfortunately, the [=DLCs=] was never released outside of Japan, however it may be possible to use them in the English version by purchasing them with a Japanese Xbox LIVE account.account.
** ''Senko no Ronde 2'' also has some [=DLCs=]. Karel and Lili re-introduced as DLC characters but as a free add-on, along with the Voice-Pack for many characters. Temjim with Fei-Yen and Jake with Crea from ''Virtual-ON'' and ''Assault Suit Valken'' respectively guess star in the game as DLC characters as well.
25th Sep '17 7:46:14 PM ViperAcidZX
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A follow-up title was announced in 2012 for the UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita that would be very different from its predecessors and possibly a different game altogether, but nothing has been heard about this title since. An updated {{reboot}} of ''Dis-United Order'', entitled ''Senko no Ronde 2'', was announced in late April 2017, and will be released at late Summer 2017 on Useful/{{PlayStation 4}} and [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]] through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. A trailer can be viewed [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwPZanJQfio here]].

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A follow-up title was announced in 2012 for the UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita that would be very different from its predecessors and possibly a different game altogether, but nothing has been heard about this title since. An updated {{reboot}} of ''Dis-United Order'', entitled titled ''Senko no Ronde 2'', was announced in late April 2017, 2017 and will be was released at in late Summer 2017 on Useful/{{PlayStation 4}} and [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]] through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. A trailer can be viewed [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwPZanJQfio here]].
here]]. A pair of crossover character [=DLCs=] was announced during Tokyo Game Show 2017, one being the fan-favorite Temjin from Sega's ''Virtual-ON'' series (particularly its ''Operation Moongate'' variant) and the titular Assault Suit from NCS's ''VideoGame/AssaultSuitsValken'' (otherwise known as ''Cybernator'' overseas).



* ApocalypseHow: Told in metaphor during the opening narration, where the end of the world is described as a crying girl whose wailing caused the entire world to suffer.
** Finding the truth about the "Great Disaster" is the motivation for several characters in the game. Supposedly, the records are closely guarded by Goddiver's CorruptCorporateExecutive.

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* ApocalypseHow: Told in metaphor during the opening narration, where the end of the world is described as a crying girl whose wailing caused the entire world to suffer.
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suffer. Finding the truth about the "Great Disaster" is the motivation for several characters in the game. Supposedly, the records are closely guarded by Goddiver's CorruptCorporateExecutive.CorruptCorporateExecutive.
* ArtShift: ''Senko no Ronde 2'', the updated reboot of ''DUO'', had a different character artist (Akira Ito) to work on the character artwork in the game instead of the artists of the original game (Shuji Sogabe and Mizuki Takayama).



** Anechka Alferov, Mika's girlfriend and another Story Mode extra in the first game, becomes an assist character in ''Senko no Ronde: Dis-United Order''.

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** Anechka Alferov, Mika's girlfriend and another Story Mode extra in the first game, becomes an assist character in ''Senko no Ronde: Dis-United Order''.Order'' and ''2'' for certain characters.



-->'''Changpo:''' "[[GratuitousEnglish Scimitar smash!!]]"

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-->'''Changpo:''' -->'''Changpo (in Senko no Ronde Rev.X):''' "[[GratuitousEnglish Scimitar smash!!]]"
15th Aug '17 5:17:49 PM nombretomado
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''Senko no Ronde'' is a {{bullet hell}} ShootEmUp-[[XMeetsY meets]]-FightingGame produced by G.rev and arguably one of their most ambitious titles, as the team enlisted the help of {{doujin|shi}} artists [[VideoGame/{{Persona3}} Shuji Sogabe]] and Mizuki Takayama to handle the character illustrations while [[VideoGame/{{Xenosaga}} Koichi Mugitani]] handles the mecha design, ZUNTATA alumni Yasuhisha Wanatabe to compose the game's music, and a cast of various seiryuus to help bring this title into inception.

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''Senko no Ronde'' is a {{bullet hell}} ShootEmUp-[[XMeetsY ShootEmUp-[[JustForFun/XMeetsY meets]]-FightingGame produced by G.rev and arguably one of their most ambitious titles, as the team enlisted the help of {{doujin|shi}} artists [[VideoGame/{{Persona3}} Shuji Sogabe]] and Mizuki Takayama to handle the character illustrations while [[VideoGame/{{Xenosaga}} Koichi Mugitani]] handles the mecha design, ZUNTATA alumni Yasuhisha Wanatabe to compose the game's music, and a cast of various seiryuus to help bring this title into inception.
27th May '17 10:13:37 AM ViperAcidZX
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''Senko no Ronde'' is a {{bullet hell}} ShootEmUp-[[XMeetsY meets]]-FightingGame produced by G.rev and arguably one of their most ambitious titles, as the team enlisted the help of {{doujin|shi}} artists [[VideoGame/{{Persona3}} Shuji Sogabe]] and Mizuki Takayama to handle the character illustrations while [[VideoGame/{{Xenosaga}} Koichi Mugitani]] handles the mecha design, ZUNTATA alum Yasuhisha Wanatabe to compose the game's music, and a cast of various seiryuus to help bring this title into inception.

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''Senko no Ronde'' is a {{bullet hell}} ShootEmUp-[[XMeetsY meets]]-FightingGame produced by G.rev and arguably one of their most ambitious titles, as the team enlisted the help of {{doujin|shi}} artists [[VideoGame/{{Persona3}} Shuji Sogabe]] and Mizuki Takayama to handle the character illustrations while [[VideoGame/{{Xenosaga}} Koichi Mugitani]] handles the mecha design, ZUNTATA alum alumni Yasuhisha Wanatabe to compose the game's music, and a cast of various seiryuus to help bring this title into inception.



A follow-up title was announced in 2012 for the UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita that would be very different from its predecessors and possibly a different game altogether, but nothing has been heard about this title since. A revised {{reboot}} of ''Dis-United Order'', entitled ''Senko no Ronde 2'', was announced in late April 2017, and will be released at late Summer 2017 on Useful/{{PlayStation 4}} and [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]] through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. A trailer can be viewed [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwPZanJQfio here]].

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A follow-up title was announced in 2012 for the UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita that would be very different from its predecessors and possibly a different game altogether, but nothing has been heard about this title since. A revised An updated {{reboot}} of ''Dis-United Order'', entitled ''Senko no Ronde 2'', was announced in late April 2017, and will be released at late Summer 2017 on Useful/{{PlayStation 4}} and [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]] through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. A trailer can be viewed [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwPZanJQfio here]].
27th May '17 10:12:12 AM ViperAcidZX
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''Senko no Ronde'' is a {{bullet hell}} ShootEmUp-[[XMeetsY meets]]-FightingGame produced by G.rev and arguably one of their most ambitious titles, as the team enlisted the help of {{doujin|shi}} artists [[VideoGame/{{Persona3}} Shuji Sogabe]] and Mizuki Takayama to handle the character illustrations while [[VideoGame/{{Xenosaga}} Koichi Mugitani]] handles the mecha design, ex-ZUNTATA member Yasuhisha Wanatabe to compose the game's music, and a cast of various seiryuus to help bring this title into inception.

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''Senko no Ronde'' is a {{bullet hell}} ShootEmUp-[[XMeetsY meets]]-FightingGame produced by G.rev and arguably one of their most ambitious titles, as the team enlisted the help of {{doujin|shi}} artists [[VideoGame/{{Persona3}} Shuji Sogabe]] and Mizuki Takayama to handle the character illustrations while [[VideoGame/{{Xenosaga}} Koichi Mugitani]] handles the mecha design, ex-ZUNTATA member ZUNTATA alum Yasuhisha Wanatabe to compose the game's music, and a cast of various seiryuus to help bring this title into inception.



A follow-up title is currently in the works for the UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita although it will very different from its predecessors and will most likely be an entirely different game. A sequel, ''Senko no Ronde 2'', was announced in late April 2017, and will be released for Summer 2017 on Useful/{{PlayStation 4}} and [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]] through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. This installment seems to be {{reboot}} of the series as hinted in its announcement trailer, which can be viewed [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwPZanJQfio here]].

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A follow-up title is currently was announced in the works 2012 for the UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita although it will that would be very different from its predecessors and will most likely be an entirely possibly a different game. game altogether, but nothing has been heard about this title since. A sequel, revised {{reboot}} of ''Dis-United Order'', entitled ''Senko no Ronde 2'', was announced in late April 2017, and will be released for at late Summer 2017 on Useful/{{PlayStation 4}} and [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]] through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. This installment seems to be {{reboot}} of the series as hinted in its announcement trailer, which A trailer can be viewed [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwPZanJQfio here]].
26th Apr '17 10:58:21 PM ViperAcidZX
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A follow-up title is currently in the works for the UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita although it will very different from its predecessors and will most likely be an entirely different game.

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A follow-up title is currently in the works for the UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita although it will very different from its predecessors and will most likely be an entirely different game.
game. A sequel, ''Senko no Ronde 2'', was announced in late April 2017, and will be released for Summer 2017 on Useful/{{PlayStation 4}} and [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]] through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. This installment seems to be {{reboot}} of the series as hinted in its announcement trailer, which can be viewed [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwPZanJQfio here]].
11th Mar '17 7:18:32 PM SecretStrategist
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** Cuilan and Ernula have [=DLC=] costumes that resembles the main characters from ''Mamoru-kun Curse!'', G.rev's SpiritualSuccessor to ''VideoGame/PockyAndRocky''.

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** Cuilan and Ernula have [=DLC=] costumes that resembles the main characters from ''Mamoru-kun Curse!'', G.rev's SpiritualSuccessor to ''VideoGame/PockyAndRocky''.''VideoGame/KikiKaiKai''.
10th Mar '17 3:57:06 PM lalalei2001
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** Cuilan and Ernula have [=DLC=] costumes that resembles the main characters from ''Mamoru-kun Curse!'', G.rev's SpiritualSuccessor to ''VideoGame/KikiKaiKai''.

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** Cuilan and Ernula have [=DLC=] costumes that resembles the main characters from ''Mamoru-kun Curse!'', G.rev's SpiritualSuccessor to ''VideoGame/KikiKaiKai''.''VideoGame/PockyAndRocky''.
27th May '16 5:20:33 PM nombretomado
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The game first debuted on arcades in Japan on Creator/{{Sega}}'s NAOMI hardware on April 26th, 2005, and over the years, saw a few revisions on arcades (namely to address some flaws found in [[ObviousBeta the initial version]] of the game) and a console port on the {{Xbox 360}} in 2006, which unfortunately [[NoExportForYou stayed in Japan]] and the region-lock on the console version didn't help. Thankfully (and miraculously) Creator/{{UbiSoft}} localized the game to North America and Europe in 2007, allowing those outside of Japan to play it. The game's localization is rather scathing for some since it suffers from a case of AmericanKirbyIsHardcore by slapping on "''[[MarketBasedTitle WarTech]]''" as the game's title just to make it pronounceable for those who can't pronounce "''Senko no Ronde''" to save their lives. Not only that, but the cover-art for the North American and European release only gives the impression that the game is all about cold-hearted machines duking it out for the player's amusement rather than its space opera storyline.

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The game first debuted on arcades in Japan on Creator/{{Sega}}'s NAOMI hardware on April 26th, 2005, and over the years, saw a few revisions on arcades (namely to address some flaws found in [[ObviousBeta the initial version]] of the game) and a console port on the {{Xbox UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}} in 2006, which unfortunately [[NoExportForYou stayed in Japan]] and the region-lock on the console version didn't help. Thankfully (and miraculously) Creator/{{UbiSoft}} localized the game to North America and Europe in 2007, allowing those outside of Japan to play it. The game's localization is rather scathing for some since it suffers from a case of AmericanKirbyIsHardcore by slapping on "''[[MarketBasedTitle WarTech]]''" as the game's title just to make it pronounceable for those who can't pronounce "''Senko no Ronde''" to save their lives. Not only that, but the cover-art for the North American and European release only gives the impression that the game is all about cold-hearted machines duking it out for the player's amusement rather than its space opera storyline.



A follow-up title is currently in the works for the {{PlayStation Vita}} although it will very different from its predecessors and will most likely be an entirely different game.

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A follow-up title is currently in the works for the {{PlayStation Vita}} UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita although it will very different from its predecessors and will most likely be an entirely different game.
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