History Videogame / GalaxyAngel

3rd Mar '18 10:19:37 PM nombretomado
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%% [[ZeroContextExamples NEED CONTEXT]]* OnlyMostlyDead: Used as a plot point in Nano-Nano's route in Galaxy Angel II

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%% [[ZeroContextExamples [[Administrivia/ZeroContextExamples NEED CONTEXT]]* OnlyMostlyDead: Used as a plot point in Nano-Nano's route in Galaxy Angel II
12th Feb '18 8:29:37 PM Jisu
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''Anime/GalaxyAngel'', the comedy space anime, was originally based off a series of SpaceOpera DatingSim games published by Broccoli that dealt with Commander Tact Mayers and his adventures with the Angel-tai.[[note]]translated in the manga as "Angel Troupe", and translated in the anime as "Angel Brigade", even though both originals use "Angel-tai".[[/note]] The (arguably more well-known) anime is a clear AlternateUniverse, the anime being a parody of AdaptationDecay in general by throwing out practically ''everything'' the game had to offer on purpose. [[ScheduleSlip This was mostly caused by the combination of the timing of the anime deal and delays in the game's production forcing the anime to air well in advance of the game's release]]. See [[Anime/GalaxyAngel the anime page]] for more information on the show.

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''Anime/GalaxyAngel'', the comedy space anime, was originally based off a series of SpaceOpera DatingSim games published by Broccoli that dealt with Commander Tact Mayers and his adventures with the Angel-tai.[[note]]translated in the manga as "Angel Troupe", Troupe," by the FanTranslation of the games as "Angel Wing" (which appears in text in-game but was until then widely presumed to be another name for Emblem Frames), and translated in the anime as "Angel Brigade", even though both originals use "Angel-tai".[[/note]] Brigade"[[/note]] The (arguably more well-known) anime is a clear AlternateUniverse, the anime being a parody of AdaptationDecay in general by throwing out practically ''everything'' the game had to offer on purpose. [[ScheduleSlip This was mostly caused by the combination of the timing of the anime deal and delays in the game's production forcing the anime to air well in advance of the game's release]]. See [[Anime/GalaxyAngel the anime page]] for more information on the show.
13th Jan '18 11:20:02 AM KamenRiderOokalf
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* UnstoppableRage: A few of the girls go into this during the final scene of the first game, literally blasting through hordes of enemy units all at once to rescue Tact. Ranpha especially. If it weren't a few years too early for it, you'd expect her to [[ActorAllusion yell]] '''[[MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha ZENRYOKU]] [[Creator/YukariTamura ZENKAI]]!''' during her FoeTossingCharge.

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* UnstoppableRage: A few of the girls go into this during the final scene of the first game, literally blasting through hordes of enemy units all at once to rescue Tact. Ranpha especially. If it weren't a few years too early for it, you'd expect her to [[ActorAllusion yell]] '''[[MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha '''[[Franchise/LyricalNanoha ZENRYOKU]] [[Creator/YukariTamura ZENKAI]]!''' during her FoeTossingCharge.
9th Aug '17 9:02:53 AM SeptimusHeap
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* OlderThanTheyLook: Mint is practically an ''adult'', going by her age. On her route she actually comments with some despair that she seems to have stopped growing entirely, and seems partly worried about [[{{Lolicon}} how that might reflect on Tact]].

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* OlderThanTheyLook: Mint is practically an ''adult'', going by her age. On her route she actually comments with some despair that she seems to have stopped growing entirely, and seems partly worried about [[{{Lolicon}} how that might reflect on Tact]].Tact.
4th May '17 2:16:33 PM Gregzilla
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* ReliableTraitor: [[spoiler:Wein from Eternal Lovers. He backstabs our heroes, but a speech from whoever is Tact's girlfriend, after a time-delayed reaction, causes him to sacrifice himself to get Lushati to safety, proving the Angel's opinion that the Val-Fasq are capable of feelings other than ambition and selfishness. This has implications for GA II, when the Val-Fasq are no longer the series antagonists.]]
19th Jul '16 1:51:28 AM Morgenthaler
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: [[spoiler:Wein]], by all accounts.
** Using a real survivor of Eden civilization to convince the Transbaal Empire to accept him as an ambassador? Check.
** Surreptitiously manages to sow discord between Tact and his chosen Angel, ''specifically'' because HALO System relies on ThePowerOfLove? Check.
** Playing XanatosGambit ''against his own species'' just to "prove" his loyalty to Tact? Check.
** Managing to engineer said chosen Angel's shoot-down incident on Tact's hand? Check.
** Stealing the Unit 7 with the overpowered Chrono Break Cannon? Check..
** Finally luring Tact and his squad to a carefully prepared ambush while he gets away with nary a scratch? Check.
** In fact, the only failure he had was his master plan: [[spoiler: ''stealing the entire White Moon itself'', using Lushati's innate access rights embedded in her DNA]]. God knows what would happen had he succeeded, and him taking the Chrono Break Cannon was simply, in his own words, "an acceptable substitute".
8th Feb '16 12:56:06 PM MartialArtsMaster
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* BaitAndSwitch: In the third game, Eternal Lovers, [[spoiler:Noah reports that both Lushati and Wein have stolen GA-007 and the Chrono Break Cannon, which briefly will make the player think that both Lushati and Wein are evil, and our heroes have to prepare themselves to confront both siblings of EDEN. Actually, only Wein is evil; Lushati is being brainwashed and is an innocent pawn.]]

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** In the second game, Moonlit Lovers, it actually isn't very long before you manage to beat Rezom, the leader of the "remnants" that have been causing problems. This occurs not long after the Angel Wing reunites, so this seems rather early for the final battle. [[spoiler:It's not the final battle, as Nefuria reveals herself to be the true villain.]]
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In the third game, Eternal Lovers, [[spoiler:Noah reports that both Lushati and Wein have stolen GA-007 and the Chrono Break Cannon, which briefly will make the player think that both Lushati and Wein are evil, and our heroes have to prepare themselves to confront both siblings of EDEN. Actually, only Wein is evil; Lushati is being brainwashed and is an innocent pawn.]]
8th Feb '16 12:47:59 PM MartialArtsMaster
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* LovingAShadow: In Eternal Lovers, [[spoiler:Chitose on her route, as she subconsciously transfers all of her romantic feelings about Tact over to Lester, the latter more closely matching her image of the ideal soldier.]]
8th Feb '16 12:37:18 PM MartialArtsMaster
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* BaitAndSwitch: In the third game, Eternal Lovers, [[spoiler:Noah reports that both Lushati and Wein have stolen GA-007 and the Chrono Break Cannon, which briefly will make the player think that both Lushati and Wein are evil, and our heroes have to prepare themselves to confront both siblings of EDEN. Actually, only Wein is evil; Lushati is being brainwashed and is an innocent pawn.]]
8th Feb '16 12:31:53 PM MartialArtsMaster
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* DifficultySpike: Moonlit Lovers and Eternal Lovers are significantly more challenging than the first game. First of all, in Moonlit Lovers, you don't start out with all the Emblem Frames regardless of whose route you're playing, so the first few battles are difficult since you aren't controlling many ships. Second, since Moonlit Lovers is where Tact and his chosen Angel start having problems, sometimes your chosen Angel's efficiency will take a dive due to her being distracted, so you have to fight with a nerfed "team ace". Also, for plot reasons, in Moonlit Lovers' final battle you have to fight ''without'' your chosen Angel entirely. And in Eternal Lovers, there are a couple of battles where you have to fight with your chosen Angel put out of commission and one battle where you start with ''half of the Elsior's health'', and even in a couple of battles with your chosen Angel, she's too distracted to fight properly thanks to problems between Tact and his chosen Angel.
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