History VideoGame / VirtualOn

19th Dec '17 12:27:18 PM SonicGamer07
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'''''[[LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex A Certain Magical]] [[{{Crossover}} Cyber Trooper (Virtual-ON)]]''''' (2018), a crossover title between the series and ''A Certain Magical Index'', was announced in March of 2017 after roughly 15 years of inactivity for PS4 and Vita. [[RecursiveAdaptation It was adapted from a novel series of the same name]].

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'''''[[LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex A Certain Magical]] [[{{Crossover}} Cyber Trooper (Virtual-ON)]]''''' (2018), a crossover title between the series and ''A Certain Magical Index'', was announced in March of 2017 after roughly 15 years of inactivity for PS4 and Vita. [[RecursiveAdaptation It was adapted from a novel series of the same name]].
name]]. In addition to bringing back the entire Virtuaroid lineup from ''Oratorio Tangram'', ''Index'' returns to the gameplay seen in ''Operation Moongate'', marking a grand return to series form. ''Index'' additionally expands on the original gameplay by introducing a host of alternative game modes, such as online and co-op multiplayer, "Explosion Code", a soccer-like game played with Virtuaroids, and "Kill Attack", where the player fights against an endless stream of enemies until they're defeated.
19th Dec '17 12:07:07 PM SonicGamer07
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* StormOfBlades: Kuroko's Voost Weapon in ''Index'' teleports Fei-Yen skyward, whereupon they launch a rain of knives down on the opponent. The knife storm slowly tracks the enemy VR and quickly chips away at their HP the longer they stay in it.
19th Dec '17 11:46:39 AM SonicGamer07
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* YouWillNotEvadeMe: Accelerator's Voost Weapon in ''Index'' allows him to generate what is effectively a vacuum in front of him that pulls the enemy VR towards it. If it makes contact with the opponent, it traps them in place, allowing the player to unload on them.
19th Dec '17 11:41:01 AM SonicGamer07
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* WaveMotionGun: The Raiden's iconic shoulder lasers, which were originally mounted on ''battle-cruisers''. [[CaptainObvious Get hit and much pain ensues]].
** It almost [[OneHitKill one-shots]] [[FragileSpeedster Viper-II]]. Of course, that's assuming you're firing the regular standing laser. The dashing and air varieties are significantly weaker.

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The Raiden's iconic shoulder lasers, which were originally mounted on ''battle-cruisers''. [[CaptainObvious Get hit and much pain ensues]].
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ensues]]. It almost [[OneHitKill one-shots]] [[FragileSpeedster Viper-II]]. Of course, that's assuming you're firing the regular standing laser. The dashing and air varieties are significantly weaker.


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** Mikoto Misaka's Voost Weapon in ''Index'', her signature Railgun attack. Appropriately, she pilots Raiden.
19th Dec '17 11:37:38 AM SonicGamer07
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* AntiFrustrationFeatures: ''Index'' has a "Smart" mode, which will keep your camera permanently locked on to your opponent. You can switch to "Veteran" mode, which allows you to play with the original camera controls, if you so choose.


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* AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever: While most of the VR are already pretty big by comparison, Tsuchimikado Motoharu's Voost Weapon in ''Index'' allows him to ''double'' his Dordray VR's size, with damage scaled accordingly.


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* PaletteSwap: Index's Bal-[=RIooN=] VR is essentially a redesigned Bal-Bados with an Index-themed design and [[SuperCuteSuperPowers cutesy substitutes]] for most of its main weapons, like a cat laser for its RW and exploding balloons (with a low chance for them to be giant ice cream cones) for its LW. The only major difference is that it has a less awkward run cycle.


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* RankInflation: ''Index'' uses this to score matches, from C to S ranks.
19th Dec '17 1:27:03 AM SonicGamer07
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* AdaptationDeviation: In the original light novel, Index piloted a standard model Bal-Bados. However, in the video game adaptation, she instead pilots an entirely new Bal-series Virtuaroid, "BAL-RIooN", which is designed to resemble Index herself.

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* AdaptationDeviation: In the original light novel, Index piloted a standard model Bal-Bados. However, in the video game adaptation, she instead pilots an entirely new Bal-series Virtuaroid, "BAL-RIooN", "BAL-[=RIooN=]", which is designed to resemble Index herself.
19th Dec '17 1:26:35 AM SonicGamer07
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* AdaptationDeviation: In the original light novel, Index piloted a standard model Bal-Bados. However, in the video game adaptation, she instead pilots an entirely new Bal-series Virtuaroid, "BAL-RIooN", which is designed to resemble Index herself.
19th Dec '17 1:20:12 AM SonicGamer07
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* LimitBreak: Every Virtuaroid's special move, although most of them aren't very practical.

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Every Virtuaroid's special move, although most of them aren't very practical.practical.
** ''Index'' instead has Voost Weapons, which allows the Virtuaroid to execute pilot-specific abilities and attacks. For example, Touma can use Temjian's left arm like his Imagine Breaker and perform a short-ranged, but deadly palm thrust, Kuroko can use TeleportSpam on her Fei-Yen, Misaka performs her signature Railgun attack with Raiden, and so forth.
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* SkySurfing: Temjin's Gliding Ram attack. [[AwesomeYetPractical Not only does it look cool, it hits HARD.]]

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* SkySurfing: Temjin's Gliding Ram attack. [[AwesomeYetPractical Not only does it look cool, And it hits HARD.]]
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