History VideoGame / TotallyRad

21st Feb '16 2:51:04 PM newPS3D
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-->'''[[http://www.flammie.net/vse/things/rad/ The Rad Project]]:''' [[AltText Why do you need this guy's permission to continue anyway?]]

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-->'''[[http://www.flammie.net/vse/things/rad/ carbon-izer.com/mirror/rad/index.htm The Rad Project]]:''' [[AltText Why do you need this guy's permission to continue anyway?]]
31st Oct '15 10:19:22 AM Morgenthaler
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Not to be confused with the 1986 film ''{{Rad}}'', which is just as TotallyRadical, despite not having "Totally" in the title.

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Not to be confused with the 1986 film ''{{Rad}}'', ''Film/{{Rad}}'', which is just as TotallyRadical, despite not having "Totally" in the title.
15th Apr '15 5:27:47 PM WillBGood
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* UselessUsefulSpell: The elemental magic (fire, water, wind, and stone) hits every enemy on the screen. This at first seems, like, totally awesome, but it costs 2 totally precious and unrechargable points and most enemies will {{respawn|ingEnemies}} after just a few seconds. Bogus!
** AwesomeButPractical: But those same totally crazy expensive spells can, like, half kill any boss, if you don't use up your magic points bro!

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* UselessUsefulSpell: The elemental magic (fire, water, wind, and stone) hits every enemy on the screen. This at first seems, like, totally awesome, but it costs 2 totally precious and unrechargable points and most enemies will {{respawn|ingEnemies}} after just a few seconds. Bogus!
** AwesomeButPractical: But
Bogus! [[ZigZaggedTrope But]] those same totally crazy expensive spells can, like, half kill any boss, if you don't use up your magic points bro!
15th Apr '15 5:26:09 PM WillBGood
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** AwesomeYetPractical: But those same totally crazy expensive spells can, like, half kill any boss, if you don't use up your magic points bro!

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** AwesomeYetPractical: AwesomeButPractical: But those same totally crazy expensive spells can, like, half kill any boss, if you don't use up your magic points bro!
16th Feb '14 7:11:57 AM RedBuster
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** BeastMan / ShockAndAwe: Tiger
** WingedHumanoid: Bird

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** BeastMan / ShockAndAwe: Tiger
Lion
** WingedHumanoid: BirdEagle
16th Feb '14 7:08:01 AM RedBuster
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** FishPeople: Fish

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** FishPeople: FishPeople / {{Ninja}}: Fish
16th Feb '14 7:04:15 AM RedBuster
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* MultiformBalance:
** JackOfAllStats: Jake in human form
** BeastMan / ShockAndAwe: Tiger
** WingedHumanoid: Bird
** FishPeople: Fish
31st Oct '13 8:07:34 PM Prfnoff
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''Totally Rad'' began as an average Famicom platformer titled ''Magic John.'' It featured ordinary anime teens with magic powers, and a dorky and forgettable plot.

Then it was localized, and became ''Totally Rad''. The main character and his girlfriend were replaced with a bodacious [[SurferDude surfer dude]] and his happenin' babe. The plot was mostly kept the same, but was turned into a [[SelfParody self-parody]], featuring exaggerated and ridiculous surfer dude slang throughout. It concerns Jake, an apprentice to the magician Zebediah, who is learning magic. However, his girlfriend Allison is kidnapped, and Jake has to take off to save her. Afterward, Jake discovers Allison's kidnapping was just a feint to force Allison's father, a renowned scientist, out of hiding. Jake must not only rescue Allison's father, but ultimately take down an evil underground king who plans to lead a group of under-dwellers up to take over the surface of the world.

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''Totally Rad'' began as an average a 1990 Famicom platformer by Creator/{{Jaleco}} titled ''Magic John.'' It featured ordinary anime teens with magic powers, and a dorky and forgettable plot.

Then Jaleco USA localized it was localized, and became as ''Totally Rad''. The main character and his girlfriend were replaced with a bodacious [[SurferDude surfer dude]] and his happenin' babe. The plot was mostly kept the same, but was turned into a [[SelfParody self-parody]], featuring exaggerated and ridiculous surfer dude slang throughout. It concerns Jake, an apprentice to the magician Zebediah, who is learning magic. However, his girlfriend Allison is kidnapped, and Jake has to take off to save her. Afterward, Jake discovers Allison's kidnapping was just a feint to force Allison's father, a renowned scientist, out of hiding. Jake must not only rescue Allison's father, but ultimately take down an evil underground king who plans to lead a group of under-dwellers up to take over the surface of the world.
22nd Sep '13 10:46:35 AM NESBoy
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* AskAStupidQuestion: At the end of the game:
-->'''Professor:''' Are you the one who saved me?\\
'''Jake:''' Dude, did you get a blow to the head or something? Of course I saved you. I'm here, aren't I?\\
'''Professor:''' Yes, of course.
21st Sep '13 7:03:58 PM NESBoy
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* GameOverMan: Zebediah, who doubles as a "Continue Man".
-->'''[[http://www.flammie.net/vse/things/rad/ The Rad Project]]:''' [[AltText Why do you need this guy's permission to continue anyway?]]
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