History VideoGame / Touhou

26th Jun '17 12:30:46 AM Piterpicher
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* StupidStatementDanceMix: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JB5IIsX0wS4 ''It Stops at the Affected Area and Immediately Dissolves ~ Lunatic Udongein'',]] best known for its EarWorm (O-Over Dr-drive! O-O-Over Dr-Dr-Drive!) is a prime example, but quite a few of {{IOSYS}}' ''Touhou''-inspired songs could easily count.

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* StupidStatementDanceMix: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JB5IIsX0wS4 ''It Stops at the Affected Area and Immediately Dissolves ~ Lunatic Udongein'',]] best known for its EarWorm (O-Over Dr-drive! O-O-Over Dr-Dr-Drive!) is a prime example, but quite a few of {{IOSYS}}' Music/{{IOSYS}}' ''Touhou''-inspired songs could easily count.
19th Jun '17 10:29:12 PM rmctagg09
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* FlyingFirepower: ''Everyone''.

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* FlyingFirepower: ''Everyone''.''Everyone'' in the series who fights is capable of flying and firing danmaku.
18th Jun '17 10:31:06 AM jakethegamer983
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** In ''Embodiment'', if you beat Sakuya on Easy difficulty, she [[EasyModeMockery mocks you for it]] and tells you she's still not letting you see Remilia.

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** In ''Embodiment'', if you beat Sakuya on Easy difficulty, she [[EasyModeMockery mocks you for it]] and tells you [[NoFinalBossForYou she's still not letting you see Remilia.]]
16th Jun '17 5:06:33 AM thewhitefairy
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* HonoraryPrincess: It features a lot of princesses, though very few have actual royal status.
** Toyohime, Yorirhime and Kaguya are princesses in Lunarian society (Kaguya being the one from TheTaleOfTheBambooCutter).
** Fujiwara no Mokou was the daughter of a high-ranking nobleman (high enough to ask for Kaguya's hand in marriage), but her status as ex-nobility is rarely mentioned.
** Yuyuko Saiyouji is a ghost princess, who was the daughter of a Japanese court poet in life.
** Kotohime is from one of the early games, a CloudCuckoolander who thinks she's a police officer.
** Wakasagihime, despite the name, shows no sign of being royalty, being a mermaid named after a Japanese fish.
** Parsee Mizuhashi is a hashihime (bridge princess), a youkai based on a WomanScorned who waits under bridges to kill loving couples.
** While her general attitude is TheOjou (especially in fandom), the vampire Remilia Scarlet's only link to princessdom is her theme, "Septette for the Dead Princess" (she claims to be descended from VladTepes).


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* HonoraryPrincess: It features a lot of princesses, though very few have actual royal status.
** Toyohime, Yorirhime and Kaguya are princesses in Lunarian society (Kaguya being the one from TheTaleOfTheBambooCutter).
** Fujiwara no Mokou was the daughter of a high-ranking nobleman (high enough to ask for Kaguya's hand in marriage), but her status as ex-nobility is rarely mentioned.
** Yuyuko Saiyouji is a ghost princess, who was the daughter of a Japanese court poet in life.
** Kotohime is from one of the early games, a CloudCuckoolander who thinks she's a police officer.
** Wakasagihime, despite the name, shows no sign of being royalty, being a mermaid named after a Japanese fish.
** Parsee Mizuhashi is a hashihime (bridge princess), a youkai based on a WomanScorned who waits under bridges to kill loving couples.
** While her general attitude is TheOjou (especially in fandom), the vampire Remilia Scarlet's only link to princessdom is her theme, "Septette for the Dead Princess" (she claims to be descended from VladTepes).
16th Jun '17 5:04:45 AM thewhitefairy
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* HonoraryPrincess: It features a lot of princesses, though very few have actual royal status.
** Toyohime, Yorirhime and Kaguya are princesses in Lunarian society (Kaguya being the one from TheTaleOfTheBambooCutter).
** Fujiwara no Mokou was the daughter of a high-ranking nobleman (high enough to ask for Kaguya's hand in marriage), but her status as ex-nobility is rarely mentioned.
** Yuyuko Saiyouji is a ghost princess, who was the daughter of a Japanese court poet in life.
** Kotohime is from one of the early games, a CloudCuckoolander who thinks she's a police officer.
** Wakasagihime, despite the name, shows no sign of being royalty, being a mermaid named after a Japanese fish.
** Parsee Mizuhashi is a hashihime (bridge princess), a youkai based on a WomanScorned who waits under bridges to kill loving couples.
** While her general attitude is TheOjou (especially in fandom), the vampire Remilia Scarlet's only link to princessdom is her theme, "Septette for the Dead Princess" (she claims to be descended from VladTepes).
12th Jun '17 5:49:58 AM TropeYoshi
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** Nobody is entirely sure what to call ''Shoot the Bullet'' and ''Double Spoiler''.

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** Nobody is entirely sure what to call ''Shoot the Bullet'' and ''Double Spoiler''. ZUN calls ''Shoot the Bullet'' a "Danmaku photography game" in his notes for the game.
4th Jun '17 8:32:27 PM NightShade96
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* RealEventFictionalCause: The failure of the Apollo 13 mission is caused by Lunarians who don't want Earthlings on the moon.
28th May '17 3:52:24 PM rmctagg09
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* NiceDayDeadlyNight: While Gensokyo is fairly dangerous to outsiders at any time of day, youkai tend to be most active at night, and leaving the Human Village at that time is more or less taking your life into your own hands if you don't happen to be a protagonist, as it's automatically assumed that you know how to defend yourself.
19th May '17 9:12:00 AM Basara-kun
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* CrissCrossAttack:
** In ''Hopeless Masquerade'', [[KungFuWizard Byakuren Hijiri]]'s ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d36LriyVz0M&t=3m28s Heaven Sign "Master of the Great Trichiliocosm"]]'' has her throw a vajra-blade at an opponent to immobilize them, then unleash a blindingly-fast series of attacks before finishing them off with a DivingKick.
** Aya Shameimaru's signature move "Illusionary Dominance" (and its [[HarderThanHard Lunatic]] version "Peerless Wind God") takes this appearance in both the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URobRcKms_M shooting games]] and the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvcqjKm42oA fighters]]. It's noted as something of an IAmNotLeftHanded technique for Aya, who [[AWolfInSheepsClothing usually prefers to project a friendly journalist image]] rather than throwing around her full power as a millenia-old {{Tengu}}. An unusual example in that it does not trap the opponent - Aya keeps zooming around the screen for quite some time, during which she can be dodged.
6th May '17 10:19:12 PM Superjustinbros
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** The first game on the PC-98 was basically ''Alleyway'' with Reimu hitting a ball. The second game was a shooter, but the closest one can get to the modern gameplay is with ''Mystic Square'', the last PC-98 game.

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** The first game on the PC-98 was basically ''Alleyway'' ''Videogame/{{Breakout}}'' or ''Videogame/{{Arkanoid}}'' with Reimu hitting a ball. The second game was a shooter, but the closest one can get to the modern gameplay is with ''Mystic Square'', the last PC-98 game.
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