History VideoGame / SenkoNoRonde

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.
1st Apr '16 7:12:02 PM contrafanxxx
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* DownerEnding: [[spoiler:In Lili's Scenario-A ending, she thrusts herself into the core the FinalBoss, and after a blinding flash of light, Lili and her Brinstä were never seen or heard from again. After a fruitless, week-long search for her, Mika and Fabian came across an old farewell recording of Lili made a long time ago and revealed that she knew all along about her "other" side. This became a TearJerker moment for Mika and Fabian.]]

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* DownerEnding: [[spoiler:In Lili's Scenario-A ending, she thrusts herself into the core the FinalBoss, and after a blinding flash of light, Lili and her Brinstä were never seen or heard from again. After a fruitless, week-long search for her, Mika and Fabian came across an old farewell recording of Lili made a long time ago and revealed that she knew all along about her "other" side. This became a TearJerker moment for Mika and Fabian.]]
16th Feb '16 4:53:44 PM eroock
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->''It's a story from long, long ago -- Fortuna was born in the nook of a small village. Ever since she was born she never stopped crying. Her wailing voice caused many people to suffer. If she didn't stop her wails would eventually cover the entire world. "Fortuna will surely be gone in 100 years time" The people held to that hope and entrusted it to the distant skies. The people ran from the ark known as Earth... And so Fortuna, who was all alone, cried until she took her final breath. -- In this way, the old world came to an end. And a new world, began.''

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->''It's ->''"It's a story from long, long ago -- Fortuna was born in the nook of a small village. Ever since she was born she never stopped crying. Her wailing voice caused many people to suffer. If she didn't stop her wails would eventually cover the entire world. "Fortuna will surely be gone in 100 years time" The people held to that hope and entrusted it to the distant skies. The people ran from the ark known as Earth... And so Fortuna, who was all alone, cried until she took her final breath. -- In this way, the old world came to an end. And a new world, began.''"''
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