History VideoGame / Valis

18th Dec '15 8:58:48 AM Saurubiker
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** PCEngine Super [=CD-ROM=2] version developed by Riot (1992)

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** PCEngine Super [=CD-ROM=2] [=CD-ROM2=] version developed by Riot (1992)
18th Dec '15 8:56:50 AM Saurubiker
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** Famicom version (1987) -- Though published by Tokuma Shoten, this was Telenet Japan's first failed attempt at console game development; the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5TE_g94Jp7g promotional video]] made by Creator/{{Sunrise}} for this version was the closest thing ever produced to a Valis anime.

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** Famicom version (1987) -- Though published by Tokuma Shoten, this was Telenet Japan's first failed attempt at console game development; the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5TE_g94Jp7g promotional video]] made by Creator/{{Sunrise}} for this version was the closest thing ever produced to a Valis anime.



** PCEngine Super CD-ROM version developed by Riot (1992)

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** PCEngine Super CD-ROM [=CD-ROM=2] version developed by Riot (1992)



** PC88, {{MSX}}2, PC98, SharpX68000 versions titled ''Mugen Senshi Valis II'' developed by Renovation Game (1989) [[note]]Believed to have started development earlier than the above version, but released slightly later[[/note]]

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** PC88, {{MSX}}2, PC98, SharpX68000 {{X68000}} versions titled ''Mugen Senshi Valis II'' developed by Renovation Game (1989) [[note]]Believed to have started development earlier than the above version, but released slightly later[[/note]]
2nd Dec '15 6:23:53 PM nombretomado
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** MegaDrive version developed by Riot (1990), released in the U.S. by Renovation Products

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** MegaDrive UsefulNotes/MegaDrive version developed by Riot (1990), released in the U.S. by Renovation Products



** MegaDrive version titled ''SD Valis'' developed by ISC [[note]]though published in Japan under the Laser Soft label[[/note]] (1992) and released in the U.S. by Renovation Products as ''Syd of Valis'' -- Features SuperDeformed graphics.

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** MegaDrive UsefulNotes/MegaDrive version titled ''SD Valis'' developed by ISC [[note]]though published in Japan under the Laser Soft label[[/note]] (1992) and released in the U.S. by Renovation Products as ''Syd of Valis'' -- Features SuperDeformed graphics.



** MegaDrive version developed by Renovation Game (1990) and released in the U.S. by Renovation Products

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** MegaDrive UsefulNotes/MegaDrive version developed by Renovation Game (1990) and released in the U.S. by Renovation Products
6th Nov '15 8:10:04 PM nombretomado
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* DarkWorld: The actual name of one of the lower realms in the Valis cosmos, along with Dreamland and TheRealWorld.

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* DarkWorld: The actual name of one of the lower realms in the Valis cosmos, along with Dreamland and TheRealWorld.the real world.
4th Aug '15 5:39:58 PM KF106
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* GracefulLoser: Emperor Megas in the canon versions of ''Valis II'' is not at all bitter with Yuko after she defeats him, and congratulates her before [[AlasPoorVillain explaining his sympathetic motives]] and wishing her success before dying in her arms, unlike the even more cruel version of him in the possibly non-canon version of ''Mugen Senshi Valis II''.
4th Aug '15 5:34:36 PM KF106
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* WakeUpCallBoss: Gyeda, the Lord of Earth, in the first game can be considered this in the Genesis version if you don't know what you're doing. It's mostly because of his earthquake attack that he uses most of the freaking time.

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* WakeUpCallBoss: Gyeda, the Lord of Earth, who is the first boss you come across in the first game game, can be considered this in the Genesis version if you don't know what you're doing. It's mostly because of his earthquake attack that he uses most of the freaking time.
4th Aug '15 5:33:35 PM KF106
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* WakeUpCallBoss: Gyeda, the Lord of Earth, in the first game can be considered this in the Genesis version if you don't know what you're doing. It's mostly because of his earthquake attack that he uses most of the freaking time.
4th Mar '15 11:31:42 PM TVRulezAgain
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* CanonDiscontinuity: ''Valis III'' and ''Valis IV'' make it clear that Megas is remembered as the TragicVillain he was in the original ''Valis II'' rather than the CompleteMonster he was in ''Mugen Senshi Valis II''.

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* CanonDiscontinuity: ''Valis III'' and ''Valis IV'' make it clear that Megas is remembered as the TragicVillain he was in the original ''Valis II'' rather than the CompleteMonster monster he was in ''Mugen Senshi Valis II''.
1st Mar '15 9:19:54 PM MissConception
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'''Mugen Senshi Valis''' (aka '''Valis: The Fantasm Soldier''' or simply '''Valis'''), a series of anime-style {{platform game}}s by Creator/TelenetJapan:

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'''Mugen '''''Mugen Senshi Valis''' Valis''''' (aka '''Valis: '''''Valis: The Fantasm Soldier''' Soldier''''' or simply '''Valis'''), '''''Valis'''''), a series of anime-style {{platform game}}s by Creator/TelenetJapan:



* CanonDiscontinuity: ''Valis III''' and ''Valis IV'' make it clear that Megas is remembered as the TragicVillain he was in the original ''Valis II'' rather than the CompleteMonster he was in ''Mugen Senshi Valis II''.

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* CanonDiscontinuity: ''Valis III''' III'' and ''Valis IV'' make it clear that Megas is remembered as the TragicVillain he was in the original ''Valis II'' rather than the CompleteMonster he was in ''Mugen Senshi Valis II''.
1st Mar '15 9:16:53 PM MissConception
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In the first game, we are introduced to the main character, Yuko Ahso. She was an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent, who had just gotten into a fight with her best friend, Reiko one day, when the armies of the DarkWorld invaded Earth and Dreamland, the three of which are [[AlternateUniverse parallel to each other]]. Upon discovering this, she was given the Valis sword by Valia, Queen of Dreamland, and told of her heroic destiny. As TheChosenOne, Yuko must save Dreamland and Earth from the forces of evil. Reiko, unfortunately, has [[LoveMakesYouEvil fallen in love with Rogles, who is head of the DarkWorld army]], and so she also opposes Yuko in her quest.

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In the first game, we are introduced to the main character, Yuko Ahso. She was an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent, who had just gotten into a fight with her best friend, Reiko one day, when the armies of the DarkWorld invaded Earth and Dreamland, the [[DreamLand Dreamland]], the three of which are [[AlternateUniverse parallel to each other]]. Upon discovering this, she was given the Valis sword by Valia, Queen of Dreamland, and told of her heroic destiny. As TheChosenOne, Yuko must save Dreamland and Earth from the forces of evil. Reiko, unfortunately, has [[LoveMakesYouEvil fallen in love with Rogles, who is head of the DarkWorld army]], and so she also opposes Yuko in her quest.



* AncestralWeapon: The Valis sword and its counterpart, Leethus, which belongs to Glames, King of the DarkWorld.

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* AncestralWeapon: The Valis sword and its counterpart, Leethus, which belongs to Glames, King of the DarkWorld.Dark World.



* BadBoss: Megas in computer versions of ''Valis II''.
* BastardUnderstudy: Voldes, the Lord of Thunder in the first ''Valis''. He is patiently waiting for Rogles to fall so he can take his place as the new king of the DarkWorld.

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* BadBoss: Megas in computer versions of ''Valis ''Mugen Senshi Valis II''.
* BastardUnderstudy: Voldes, the Lord of Thunder in the first ''Valis''. He is patiently waiting for Rogles to fall so he can take his place as the new king King of the DarkWorld.Dark World.



* BossWarningSiren: In ''Valis II'': "WARNING: A strong warrior, (AdjectiveNounFred), is coming!"
* BreastPlate: So... how exactly does a golden brassiere and miniskirt protect against ''anything,'' exactly? [[spoiler: Although her upgraded armor in the third game looks much more threatening.]]

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* BossWarningSiren: In ''Valis II'': "WARNING: "WARNING !! A strong warrior, (AdjectiveNounFred), is coming!"
STRONG WARRIOR ([[AdjectiveNounFred Adjective Noun Fred]]) IS COMING HERE !"
* BreastPlate: So... how exactly does a golden brassiere and miniskirt protect against ''anything,'' exactly? [[spoiler: Although her upgraded armor in the third game looks much more threatening.]] ]]
* CanonDiscontinuity: ''Valis III''' and ''Valis IV'' make it clear that Megas is remembered as the TragicVillain he was in the original ''Valis II'' rather than the CompleteMonster he was in ''Mugen Senshi Valis II''.



* DarkWorld: The actual name of one of the lower realms in the Valis cosmos, along with the Dreamland and TheRealWorld.

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* DarkWorld: The actual name of one of the lower realms in the Valis cosmos, along with the Dreamland and TheRealWorld.



* GirlInABox: Though it's actually an ice crystal, Valna in the third game who is [[spoiler: Yuko's sister and]] the princess of Dream World.

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* GirlInABox: Though it's actually an ice crystal, Valna in the third game who is [[spoiler: Yuko's sister and]] the princess of Dream World.Dreamland.



* KickTheDog: Megas in computer versions of ''Valis II''. He's said to have killed his entire family, "[[MenAreTheExpendableGender including the women and children]]", his own underlings, and even the monsters who unsealed him - and that's just how he treats his ''allies''.

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* KickTheDog: Megas in computer versions of ''Valis '' Mugen Senshi Valis II''. He's said to have killed his entire family, "[[MenAreTheExpendableGender including the women and children]]", his own underlings, and even the monsters who unsealed him - and that's just how he treats his ''allies''.



* TheManBehindTheMan: Exclusively in the Famicom version of ''Mugen Senshi Valis'', the plot extends from the fall of Rogles to reveal that [[spoiler:Valia, of all people, instigated the entire conflict just to find a powerful new body since she sensed her time was coming. However, she backs down quietly after losing a duel to Yuko. The canonicity of this event is questionable, although this ''may'' have inspired her canonical death of apparent natural causes in ''Valis II'']].



* MultipleEndings: Three in the Famicom version of ''Mugen Senshi Valis'' due to its slight expansion, with none of them quite matching the original version's ending.



** Also, the fourth game (very hard to find that fourth game).
** The first Valis is this all on its own, to the point where the FanTranslation has an optional easier version.
* PantyShot: The PC-Engine CD version of Valis 1 does this whenever Yuko jumps.

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** Also, the fourth game (very hard to find that fourth game).
** The first Valis
(which is this all on its own, to the point where the FanTranslation has an optional easier version.
fairly rare).
* PantyShot: The PC-Engine PC Engine Super CD version of Valis 1 ''Valis'' does this whenever Yuko jumps.



* SailorFuku: Yuko wears a sailor fuku for the first few stages before getting her ChainmailBikini. The blue skirt matches the [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair color of her hair]]. It returns in ''Valis II'' as one of her selectable outfits (she can switch it for a blazer in the Japanese computer version).

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* SailorFuku: Yuko wears a sailor fuku for the first few stages before getting her ChainmailBikini. The blue skirt matches the [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair color of her hair]]. It returns in ''Valis ''Mugen Senshi Valis II'' as one of her selectable outfits (she can switch it for a blazer in the Japanese computer version).outfits.



* ScarpiaUltimatum: The ShamefulStrip example below is also one of these; in the computer version of Valis II, Megas takes [[spoiler:Valia]] hostage, ordering Yuko to lay down her sword... and then to remove her suit. The best part: after she complies, [[spoiler:[[KickTheDog Megas kills Valia anyway]].]]
* ShamefulStrip: In the PC versions of ''Valis II'', Cruel King Megas demands Yuko to strip down. She complies.
* TheStarscream: Venon, the Lord of Fire in Valis I.
* SuperDeformed: ''SD Valis'' (or ''Syd of Valis''), which retells the story of ''Valis II'' in a Cliff's Notes way (incidentally, closer to the original PC Engine Super CD release, but with gameplay elements of the computer versions).

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* ScarpiaUltimatum: The ShamefulStrip example below is also one of these; in the computer version of ''Mugen Senshi Valis II, II'', Megas takes [[spoiler:Valia]] hostage, ordering Yuko to lay down her sword... and then to remove her suit. The best part: after she complies, [[spoiler:[[KickTheDog Megas kills Valia anyway]].]]
* ShamefulStrip: In the PC versions of ''Valis ''Mugen Senshi Valis II'', Cruel King Megas demands Yuko to strip down. She complies.
* TheStarscream: Venon, the Lord of Fire in Valis I.
the first ''Valis''.
* SuperDeformed: ''SD Valis'' (or ''Syd of Valis''), which retells the story of ''Valis II'' in a Cliff's Notes way (incidentally, closer to the original PC Engine Super CD release, but with gameplay elements of the computer versions).manner.



* ThisCannotBe!: Megas' final speech in the computer version of ''Valis II'', rather than his counterparts' more AlasPoorVillain demise in some other versions.

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* ThisCannotBe!: Megas' final speech in the computer version of ''Valis ''Mugen Senshi Valis II'', rather than his counterparts' more AlasPoorVillain demise in some other versions.versions. Also doubles as AsLongAsThereIsEvil, although the threat seems to have been exaggerated (and [[RetCon non-canon]]).
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