History VideoGame / VirtualOn

17th Jun '17 8:37:35 PM nombretomado
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'''''Cyber Troopers Virtual-ON: FORCE''''' (2001), [[CodeName code-named]] [=VO4=], is the series' third installment debuting on the Sega Hikaru hardware. The action was slower than in ''Oratorio Tangram'' (although this was justified in the story that a reaction on the planet Mars made the non-native-built mecha move slower), but featured 2-on-2, allowing up to four-players simultaneously. The game is considered a [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks step back]] from ''Oratan'' and was not well-received. Not to mention there's also a much smaller variety of Virtuaroids to choose from[[note]]If you count the basic Virtuaroids series only. Some like GRYS-VOK, Dordray and STEIN-VOK were merged into VOX series.[[/note]]. To compensate for this, they gave the Virtuaroids ''several'' different variants, but only to make the game even more confusing and annoying. On December 21st, 2010, the game received an {{Xbox 360}} release like ''Oratorio Tangram'' did. However, it was released only in Japan as a retail game but the game is [[RegionCoding region-free]]. It includes a brand-new mission mode that's more-or-less ''Virtual-ON: MARZ''[='=]s campaign stripped of a storyline.

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'''''Cyber Troopers Virtual-ON: FORCE''''' (2001), [[CodeName code-named]] [=VO4=], is the series' third installment debuting on the Sega Hikaru hardware. The action was slower than in ''Oratorio Tangram'' (although this was justified in the story that a reaction on the planet Mars made the non-native-built mecha move slower), but featured 2-on-2, allowing up to four-players simultaneously. The game is considered a [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks step back]] from ''Oratan'' and was not well-received. Not to mention there's also a much smaller variety of Virtuaroids to choose from[[note]]If you count the basic Virtuaroids series only. Some like GRYS-VOK, Dordray and STEIN-VOK were merged into VOX series.[[/note]]. To compensate for this, they gave the Virtuaroids ''several'' different variants, but only to make the game even more confusing and annoying. On December 21st, 2010, the game received an {{Xbox 360}} UsefulNotes/XBox360 release like ''Oratorio Tangram'' did. However, it was released only in Japan as a retail game but the game is [[RegionCoding region-free]]. It includes a brand-new mission mode that's more-or-less ''Virtual-ON: MARZ''[='=]s campaign stripped of a storyline.
6th Jun '17 6:40:42 AM RaspberrySam
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* SecretLevel: If you take too much time beating the first five enemies in ''Operation Moongate'', you end up at [[SecretCharacter Jaguarandi]].

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* SecretLevel: If you The first game punishes stallers (those who rely on the timer running out to force a win) by teleporting the player to one of these if they take too much time beating long to kill the first five enemies in ''Operation Moongate'', you end up at opponents. For their efforts, they're pitted against the [[SecretCharacter Jaguarandi]].Jaguarandi]], a massive mutated Raiden with guns for days and a foul temper.
6th Jun '17 6:35:10 AM RaspberrySam
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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Lilin Plajina tried to get rid of Jaguarandi, consider as an annoying "bug" in M.S.B.S. network at time, by using Guarayakha to contain it. While it seem to work, now Jaguarandi can manifest itself in physical world using Guarayakha and its replica.

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Lilin Plajina tried to get rid of Jaguarandi, consider as the Jaguarandi (which was considered an annoying "bug" annoying- if not dangerous- presence in the M.S.B.S. network S simulation system at time, the time) by using building the Guarayakha Virtuaroid to contain it. While it seem to work, now It worked- until the Jaguarandi can manifest itself in physical world using used the Guarayakha and its replica.as a conduit, manifesting itself in the real world through the Guarayakha's body.
6th Jun '17 5:52:05 AM RaspberrySam
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* BeautyIsNeverTarnished: All male Virtuaroids, when attacked heavily, will show signs of damage through falling parts, exposed inner frames, etc. Fei-Yen and Angelan are immune to this.

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* BeautyIsNeverTarnished: All male Virtuaroids, when attacked heavily, will show signs of damage through falling parts, exposed inner frames, etc. Fei-Yen and Angelan are immune to this.this, instead having their armor parts look disrupted and damaged, but otherwise intact.
28th May '17 2:52:57 PM nombretomado
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** And now an official CrossOver with {{Vocaloid}}'s Miku Hatsune as of [[{{Doujinshi}} Comiket 80]], [[http://www.oratan.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=518 courtesy]] of Sega.

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** And now an official CrossOver with {{Vocaloid}}'s Music/{{Vocaloid}}'s Miku Hatsune as of [[{{Doujinshi}} Comiket 80]], [[http://www.oratan.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=518 courtesy]] of Sega.
19th May '17 7:15:58 PM 4444jdm
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* FemBot: The Fei-Yen and Angelan series, [[TokenMiniMoe Guarayakha]], the Rose Sisters.

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* FemBot: The Fei-Yen and Angelan series, [[TokenMiniMoe Guarayakha]], the Rose Sisters.Sisters, as well as some BAL variants in ''FORCE''.
20th Apr '17 8:41:03 AM 4444jdm
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* OneGameForThePriceOfTwo: The arcade release of ''Oratorio Tangram'' splits the original cabinet configuration into two flavors, known as ''DNA side'' and ''RNA side''. Both have different interface colors and soundtracks as well as Virtuaroid colors but plays pretty much the same.
18th Apr '17 3:23:26 AM 4444jdm
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* TheAce: The [[RedBaron White Knight]] in ''MARZ''.

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* TheAce: The [[LightIsGood White]] [[RedBaron White Knight]] in ''MARZ''.
17th Apr '17 8:26:42 PM 4444jdm
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* LightIsGood: The White [[EverythingsBetterWithRainbows Rainbow]] Knight organization piloting custom Temjins, especially the a8 (as of ''MARZ''). They're here to deal with Shadow VR problems.
15th Apr '17 3:40:58 PM 4444jdm
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'''''Cyber Troopers Virtual-ON: MARZ''''' (2003) for the [=PlayStation=] 2, being an OddballInTheSeries, is essentially a single-player focused version of ''FORCE''. While including a HackAndSlash-style story mode which fleshes out the nature of the ''Virtual-ON'' universe, ''MARZ'' unfortunately stripped down the gameplay even further in several aspects (especially thanks to limitations of the [=PlayStation=] 2 hardware), causing fans of the earlier three entries in the series to [[FanonDiscontinuity completely disown this game]]. The series made a notable appearance in ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsAlpha Super Robot Wars Alpha 3]]'', with JackOfAllStats Temjin (strangely piloted by the MissionControl character from ''MARZ''), RobotGirl Fei-Yen the Knight (piloted by the second MissionControl character from ''MARZ'' and the Fei-Yen series' supposed creator) and AceCustom Virtuaroid Apharmd the Hatter (piloted by the HotBlooded Sergeant Hatter) as playable characters. They also appear in ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsK'' for the UsefulNotes/NintendoDS, which actually incorporates ''MARZ''[='=]s story. ''Virtual-ON: MARZ'' has been re-released exclusively in Japan on UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork on March 2013.

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'''''Cyber Troopers Virtual-ON: MARZ''''' (2003) for the [=PlayStation=] 2, being an OddballInTheSeries, is essentially a single-player focused ActionAdventure version of ''FORCE''. While including a HackAndSlash-style story mode which fleshes out the nature of the ''Virtual-ON'' universe, ''MARZ'' unfortunately stripped down the gameplay even further in several aspects (especially thanks to limitations of the [=PlayStation=] 2 hardware), causing fans of the earlier three entries in the series to [[FanonDiscontinuity completely disown this game]]. The series made a notable appearance in ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsAlpha Super Robot Wars Alpha 3]]'', with JackOfAllStats Temjin (strangely piloted by the MissionControl character from ''MARZ''), RobotGirl Fei-Yen the Knight (piloted by the second MissionControl character from ''MARZ'' and the Fei-Yen series' supposed creator) and AceCustom Virtuaroid Apharmd the Hatter (piloted by the HotBlooded Sergeant Hatter) as playable characters. They also appear in ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsK'' for the UsefulNotes/NintendoDS, which actually incorporates ''MARZ''[='=]s story. ''Virtual-ON: MARZ'' has been re-released exclusively in Japan on UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork on March 2013.



* OddballInTheSeries: ''MARZ'' counts as this. It is a HackAndSlash-style action adventure game with ''VideoGame/SengokuBasara'' elements, rather than simply a one-on-one fighting game, though there's more one-on-one matches too.

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* OddballInTheSeries: ''MARZ'' counts as this. It is a HackAndSlash-style action adventure ActionAdventure game with ''VideoGame/SengokuBasara'' ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors'' elements, rather than simply a one-on-one fighting game, though there's more one-on-one matches too.
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