History VideoGame / TheJourneymanProject

13th May '17 8:22:19 PM Sark0TAG
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* BreakingTheFourthWall: Of the {{Missing Floor}}s in the apartment building, the elevator voice says "this floor has neither been modeled nor rendered". The 2014 rerelease of ''Pegasus Prime'' {{Ret Con}}s this to the second and third floors being under remodeling.

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* BreakingTheFourthWall: Of the {{Missing Floor}}s in the apartment building, the elevator voice says "this floor has neither been modeled nor rendered". The 2014 rerelease of ''Pegasus Prime'' {{Ret Con}}s this to the second and third floors being under remodeling. [[spoiler: Though the original does exist as an EasterEgg]]



* GlowingEyesOfDoom: Every robot in the first game has a single cycloptic visual sensor on its head. In ''PegasusPrime'', there's one point where Gage scans Mercury from long distance, after he transformed into a complete human, clothes and all. The scan shows that [[RedEyesTakeWarning his eyes are blood red.]]

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* GlowingEyesOfDoom: GlowingMechanicalEyes: Every robot in the first game has a single cycloptic visual sensor on its head. In ''PegasusPrime'', ''Pegasus Prime'', there's one point where Gage scans Mercury from long distance, after he transformed into a complete human, clothes and all. The scan shows that [[RedEyesTakeWarning his eyes are blood red.]]
13th May '17 8:17:47 PM Sark0TAG
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* DisneyAcidSequence: Time travel in ''Turbo'' looks like this, as a sequence of you drifting through rings and geometric shapes while a hard rock track plays, overlaid with voices you'd heard in the present [[spoiler: , including one from Elliot Sinclair]]. ''Pegasus Prime'' changes it to a quick, near-silent multicolored wormhole, and the second and third games simply show flybys of the time zone you're going to.

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* DisneyAcidSequence: Time travel in ''Turbo'' looks like this, as a sequence of you drifting through rings and geometric shapes while a hard rock track plays, overlaid with voices you'd heard in the present [[spoiler: , including one from Elliot Sinclair]]. ''Pegasus Prime'' changes it to a quick, near-silent scene of traveling through a multicolored wormhole, and the second and third games simply show flybys of the time zone you're going to.
13th May '17 8:14:11 PM Sark0TAG
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* {{Beeping Computer|s}}: Pegasus. Much more toned down in ''Pegasus Prime''.

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* {{Beeping Computer|s}}: Pegasus. Much more toned down Averted in ''Pegasus Prime''.
7th May '17 7:52:40 AM Sark0TAG
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* WhyDontYouJustShootHim: [[spoiler: Dr. Sinclair asks Mercury to make Enrique Castillo's death "look accidental", but said robot instead takes the direct approach with a plasma sniper rifle. This is also Sinclair's own backup plan against the Cyrollan ambassador.]]
24th Apr '17 11:03:24 AM Sark0TAG
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* BodyHorror: In the "[[RetGone Uncreated]]" death. ''Turbo'' depicts it as Agent 5 being erased from the legs up in a quick flash of light. ''Pegasus Prime'' shows it in a more graphic fashion, where it looks like Agent 5's face is being ''disintegrated layer by layer'', and his expression shows that '' [[AndIMustScream he's aware of it]] ''.
22nd Apr '17 3:55:43 PM Turrican
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* ProudScholarRaceGuy: The Cyrollans.
18th Apr '17 12:17:04 PM MichaelBlume
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Agent 5 became a hero, his story became the basis for a popular holo-movie, and he received his own action figure. Needless to say, he was a bit surprised when, the very next day, his future self, now given the name "Gage Blackwood", materialized in his apartment, recruiting him to help clear his own name, as he's been accused of historical thievery. In ''The Journeyman Project II: Buried in Time'', Gage uses an advanced time suit from ten years in his own future to search for clues in precolonial Chichen Itza, a French castle during the Hundred Years' War, Leonardo Da Vinci's workshop and a damaged space station. On this journey, Gage is soon joined by "Arthur", a [[NinjaButterfly wisecracking AI sidekick]], who offers hints and color-commentary. He eventually discovers that his counterpart has been framed in order to cover up a plot by rogue [[TimePolice agent]] [[spoiler: Michelle Visard]] to secretly pass information on {{time travel}} to an alien race, having decided that humanity can not be trusted as sole keepers of the technology. Whether or not they can, Arthur [[HeroicSacrifice sacrifices himself]] to strand her in another time, while Gage discovers that her alien contacts really just want {{time travel}} technology to enslave the universe, and puts a stop to that.

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Agent 5 became a hero, his story became the basis for a popular holo-movie, and he received his own action figure. Needless to say, he was a bit surprised when, the very next day, his future self, now given the name "Gage Blackwood", materialized in his apartment, recruiting him to help clear his own name, as he's been accused of historical thievery. In ''The Journeyman Project II: Buried in Time'', Gage uses an advanced time suit from ten years in his own future to search for clues in precolonial Chichen Itza, a French castle during the Hundred Years' War, Leonardo Da Vinci's workshop and a damaged space station. On this journey, Gage is soon joined by "Arthur", a [[NinjaButterfly wisecracking AI sidekick]], who offers hints and color-commentary. He eventually discovers that his counterpart has been framed in order to cover up a plot by rogue [[TimePolice agent]] [[spoiler: Michelle Visard]] to secretly pass information on {{time travel}} to an alien race, having decided that humanity can not be trusted as sole keepers of the technology. Whether or not they can, Arthur [[HeroicSacrifice sacrifices sacrifices]] [[ShooOutTheClowns himself]] to strand her in another time, while Gage discovers that her alien contacts really just want {{time travel}} technology to enslave the universe, and puts a stop to that.
20th Mar '17 7:12:25 AM Sark0TAG
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->''Gage, your theme music is lovely, but don't you think it's time we did a little something for the kiddies?''

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->''Gage, your theme music is lovely, but don't you think it's time we did a little something for the kiddies?''
kids?''


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* VideoPhone: Gage has two in his apartment in ''Pegasus Prime'', and his future self owns a morphing video answering machine in ''Buried in Time''. His Biotech interface in ''Prime'' is also revealed to have one built into it at the end.
8th Mar '17 7:15:35 AM Turrican
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* NoteToSelf: Because he knew there'd be NoTimeToExplain when he went back in time to acquire his past self's assistance, Agent 5 hides a holographic message in an action figure of himself in ''Buried In Time''.
25th Feb '17 5:20:59 PM Steven
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* ButThouMust: In the first game, once you go into the TSA, you are not allowed to leave until you resolve all three temporal rips. You also aren't allowed to skip the mandatory course review at the TSA when you first arrive. However, it also helps serve as a justification for the player's benefit since Gage's constant tardiness causes him to be forced to review the basics of his job, which also serves as giving the player exposition of the TSA and what Gage's job consists of.
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