History VideoGame / TimeGal

25th Jun '16 9:17:51 AM MJC
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* SlapstickKnowsNoGender: Most of Reika's deaths are pretty slapstick-y.
28th May '16 8:53:21 PM nombretomado
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The game was eventually ported by Wolf Team to the UsefulNotes/SegaCD for a Western release in April 1993. It also saw releases on the Pioneer [=LaserActive=], {{MSX}}, UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn and {{PlayStation}}. Additionally, Reika has made appearances in ''VideoGame/CastleOfShikigami 3'' and ''Elevator Action Deluxe'' as a playable character.

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The game was eventually ported by Wolf Team to the UsefulNotes/SegaCD for a Western release in April 1993. It also saw releases on the Pioneer [=LaserActive=], {{MSX}}, UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn and {{PlayStation}}.UsefulNotes/PlayStation. Additionally, Reika has made appearances in ''VideoGame/CastleOfShikigami 3'' and ''Elevator Action Deluxe'' as a playable character.
23rd Mar '16 5:54:38 AM MajinAkuma
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* ClothingDamage: Some of her "deaths" are this.


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* EvilLaugh: Whenever Reika dies, there is immediately a shot of Luda laughing his ass off.
28th Nov '15 11:50:34 PM nombretomado
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The game was eventually ported by Wolf Team to the SegaCD for a Western release in April 1993. It also saw releases on the Pioneer [=LaserActive=], {{MSX}}, SegaSaturn and {{PlayStation}}. Additionally, Reika has made appearances in ''VideoGame/CastleOfShikigami 3'' and ''Elevator Action Deluxe'' as a playable character.

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The game was eventually ported by Wolf Team to the SegaCD UsefulNotes/SegaCD for a Western release in April 1993. It also saw releases on the Pioneer [=LaserActive=], {{MSX}}, SegaSaturn UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn and {{PlayStation}}. Additionally, Reika has made appearances in ''VideoGame/CastleOfShikigami 3'' and ''Elevator Action Deluxe'' as a playable character.



* {{Bowdlerize}}: The U.S. SegaCD version had the year 666 changed to 999. It also changed the text for a Time Stop option in 1941; the original version had "Pray to God". The U.S. version changed it to "Hope for luck". What's more, if this option is selected, Reika actually starts praying in the Japanese version, while the American version has her say, "Please help!" She turns into an angel in both versions, though.

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* {{Bowdlerize}}: The U.S. SegaCD UsefulNotes/SegaCD version had the year 666 changed to 999. It also changed the text for a Time Stop option in 1941; the original version had "Pray to God". The U.S. version changed it to "Hope for luck". What's more, if this option is selected, Reika actually starts praying in the Japanese version, while the American version has her say, "Please help!" She turns into an angel in both versions, though.
28th Apr '15 9:55:11 AM PhysicalStamina
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* OwMyBodyPart: In the Japanese version, some of the fail scenes in 500 A.D. have a big, fat guy whip Reika's breasts, causing her to sometimes exclaim something to the effect of "Ouch, my boobs!"
25th Jul '14 7:47:31 AM PhysicalStamina
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The game was eventually ported by Wolf Team to the SegaCD for a Western release in April 1993. It also saw releases on the Pioneer [=LaserActive=], {{MSX}}, SegaSaturn and {{PlayStation}}. Additionally, Reika has made appearances in ''VideoGame/ShikigamiNoShiro 3'' and ''Elevator Action Deluxe'' as a playable character.

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The game was eventually ported by Wolf Team to the SegaCD for a Western release in April 1993. It also saw releases on the Pioneer [=LaserActive=], {{MSX}}, SegaSaturn and {{PlayStation}}. Additionally, Reika has made appearances in ''VideoGame/ShikigamiNoShiro ''VideoGame/CastleOfShikigami 3'' and ''Elevator Action Deluxe'' as a playable character.



* CanonForeigner: Reika made an appearance in the game ''[[VideoGame/ShikigamiNoShiro Castle of Shikigami 3]]'' for the Wii with her own story mode. Aside from that, she was also playable in ''Elevator Action Deluxe''.

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* CanonForeigner: Reika made an appearance in the game ''[[VideoGame/ShikigamiNoShiro Castle of Shikigami 3]]'' ''VideoGame/CastleOfShikigami 3'' for the Wii with her own story mode. Aside from that, she was also playable in ''Elevator Action Deluxe''.
12th Jul '14 11:13:24 AM Luigifan
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** Finally, there's a death scene in 2001 where a thug slices the back of her top in half. Same deal as the 66,000,000 scene. On the other hand, she does lose her gun along with her undies, and presumably she loses her time gizmo thingy along with her top, so that would make further progress impossible.

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** Finally, there's a death scene in 2001 where a thug slices the back of her top in half. Same deal as the 66,000,000 B.C. scene. On the other hand, she does lose her gun along with her undies, and presumably she loses her time gizmo thingy along with her top, so that would make further progress impossible.



* MajorInjuryUnderreaction: In 500 A.D., there multiple death scenes involving Reika slamming her body into a boulder while riding a mine cart. In one of the scenes (in the U.S. version), her only reaction is a calm "[[OhCrap Uh-oh]]", said not before, but ''as'' she's slamming into said boulder.

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* MajorInjuryUnderreaction: In 500 A.D., there are multiple death scenes involving Reika slamming her body into a boulder while riding a mine cart. In one of the scenes (in the U.S. version), her only reaction is a calm "[[OhCrap Uh-oh]]", said not before, but ''as'' she's slamming into said boulder.
29th Jun '14 9:01:16 AM PhysicalStamina
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* MajorInjuryUnderreaction: In 500 A.D., there multiple death scenes involving Reika slamming her body into a boulder while riding a mine cart. In one of the scenes, her only reaction is a calm "[[OhCrap Uh-oh]]", said not before, but ''as'' she's slamming into said boulder.

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* MajorInjuryUnderreaction: In 500 A.D., there multiple death scenes involving Reika slamming her body into a boulder while riding a mine cart. In one of the scenes, scenes (in the U.S. version), her only reaction is a calm "[[OhCrap Uh-oh]]", said not before, but ''as'' she's slamming into said boulder.
23rd Apr '14 12:28:56 PM Sen
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* {{Expy}}: Reika's appearance is pretty obviously based on Lum from ''UruseiYatsura''. She received a redesign in ''Castle of Shikigami 3'' to reduce the similarity.
25th Feb '14 5:34:12 PM CorahsUncle
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''Time Gal'' is a FullMotionVideo game in the vein of ''DragonsLair'', originally developed by Creator/{{Taito}} for arcades in 1985, with the animation done by Creator/ToeiAnimation.

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\n''Time Gal'' is a FullMotionVideo game in the vein of ''DragonsLair'', ''VideoGame/DragonsLair'', originally developed by Creator/{{Taito}} for arcades in 1985, with the animation done by Creator/ToeiAnimation.



The game was eventually ported by Wolf Team to the SegaCD for a Western release in April 1993. It also saw releases on the Pioneer [=LaserActive=], {{MSX}}, SegaSaturn and {{Playstation}}. Additionally, Reika has made appearances in ShikigamiNoShiro 3 and ''Elevator Action Deluxe'' as a playable character.

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The game was eventually ported by Wolf Team to the SegaCD for a Western release in April 1993. It also saw releases on the Pioneer [=LaserActive=], {{MSX}}, SegaSaturn and {{Playstation}}. {{PlayStation}}. Additionally, Reika has made appearances in ShikigamiNoShiro 3 ''VideoGame/ShikigamiNoShiro 3'' and ''Elevator Action Deluxe'' as a playable character.
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* CanonForeigner: Reika made an appearance on the game ''[[VideoGame/ShikigamiNoShiro Castle Of Shikigami 3]]'' for the Wii with her own story mode. Aside from that, she was also playable in ''Elevator Action Deluxe''.

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* CanonForeigner: Reika made an appearance on in the game ''[[VideoGame/ShikigamiNoShiro Castle Of of Shikigami 3]]'' for the Wii with her own story mode. Aside from that, she was also playable in ''Elevator Action Deluxe''.



--> '''Reika:''' Hey, good-looking. You're my kinda guy! Oh, how old ''are'' you?

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--> '''Reika:''' -->'''Reika:''' Hey, good-looking. You're my kinda guy! Oh, how old ''are'' you?



** Finally, there's a death scene in 2001 where a thug slices the back of her top in half. Same deal as the 66,000,000 scene. On the other hand, she does lose her gun along with her undies, and presumably she loses her time gizmo thingy along with her top so that would make further progress impossible.

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** Finally, there's a death scene in 2001 where a thug slices the back of her top in half. Same deal as the 66,000,000 scene. On the other hand, she does lose her gun along with her undies, and presumably she loses her time gizmo thingy along with her top top, so that would make further progress impossible.



* TheHyena: Despite constantly being in dangerous situations, Reika always finds something to laugh at. However, she does stop laughing when things get ''too'' dangerous. This only holds true for the Japanese version, however, as she's a lot less giggly in the US version.
* MajorInjuryUnderreaction: In 500 A.D., there multiple death scenes involving Reika slamming her body into a boulder while riding a mine cart. In one of the scenes her only reaction is a calm "[[OhCrap Uh-oh]]", said not before, but ''as'' she's slamming into said boulder.

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* TheHyena: Despite constantly being in dangerous situations, Reika always finds something to laugh at. However, she does stop laughing when things get ''too'' dangerous. This only holds true for the Japanese version, however, as she's a lot less giggly in the US U.S. version.
* MajorInjuryUnderreaction: In 500 A.D., there multiple death scenes involving Reika slamming her body into a boulder while riding a mine cart. In one of the scenes scenes, her only reaction is a calm "[[OhCrap Uh-oh]]", said not before, but ''as'' she's slamming into said boulder.



* NeverSayDie: Averted in the US release. A death scene in 3001 has Reika shoot the aforementioned mecha while shouting, "[[PunctuatedPounding DIE NOW!]]"

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* NeverSayDie: Averted in the US U.S. release. A death scene in 3001 has Reika shoot the aforementioned mecha while shouting, "[[PunctuatedPounding DIE NOW!]]"



** [[FistOfTheNorthStar HIDEBU!]][[note]]Nobody's heads explode, though. It's just one of the "miss" sequences.[[/note]]

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** [[FistOfTheNorthStar [[VideoGame/FistOfTheNorthStar HIDEBU!]][[note]]Nobody's heads explode, though. It's just one of the "miss" sequences.[[/note]]



--> '''Reika:''' EEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

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--> '''Reika:''' -->'''Reika:''' EEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!



--> '''[[WebVideo/{{Retsupurae}} Slow]][[{{LetsPlay/Slowbeef}} beef:]]''' Wow, this could not be any more Japanese.

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--> '''[[WebVideo/{{Retsupurae}} Slow]][[{{LetsPlay/Slowbeef}} -->'''[[WebVideo/{{Retsupurae}} Slow]][[LetsPlay/{{Slowbeef}} beef:]]''' Wow, this could not be any more Japanese.



* {{Zeerust}}: 2001 and onwards.

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* {{Zeerust}}: 2001 and onwards.onward.
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