History Videogame / MegaManStarForce

10th Aug '17 11:45:54 AM SeptimusHeap
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* KleptomaniacHeroFoundUnderwear: In the first game, examining Luna's dresser will cause Geo to acknowledge her frog stuffie, but he will abstain from rummaging through it. In the second game, Omega will force him to rummage through it to look for something interesting, which reveals a secret ES. In the third game, Geo happens upon... "[[{{Lolicon}} a little girl's]] [[UnusualEuphemism secret]]". He immediately panics, but he [[CovertPervert can't seem to stop staring]].[[note]]You can also have Geo take a gander at Zack's underwear, though he takes to this [[{{Squick}} even less]].[[/note]]

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* KleptomaniacHeroFoundUnderwear: In the first game, examining Luna's dresser will cause Geo to acknowledge her frog stuffie, but he will abstain from rummaging through it. In the second game, Omega will force him to rummage through it to look for something interesting, which reveals a secret ES. In the third game, Geo happens upon... "[[{{Lolicon}} a "a little girl's]] girl's [[UnusualEuphemism secret]]". He immediately panics, but he [[CovertPervert can't seem to stop staring]].[[note]]You can also have Geo take a gander at Zack's underwear, though he takes to this [[{{Squick}} even less]].[[/note]]



* {{Lolicon}}: The anime is packed with loli {{Fanservice}}, mostly Sonia. The first game has an ADULT MAN who is obviously in love with Sonia, as well as a female teacher who REALLY loves her students, but perhaps not that way, but that would more likely be {{Shotacon}} anyway...
5th Jun '17 12:09:23 AM Gadjiltron
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* SocializationBonus: To have ThePowerOfFrienship extend beyond the game's universe, the player can also form [=BrotherBands=] with up to 6 other human players for additional perks that the in-game Brothers don't offer. For players who can't enjoy this perk, this is where [[IWorkAlone Rogue transformations]] become available.

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* SocializationBonus: To have ThePowerOfFrienship ThePowerOfFriendship extend beyond the game's universe, the player can also form [=BrotherBands=] with up to 6 other human players for additional perks that the in-game Brothers don't offer. For players who can't enjoy this perk, this is where [[IWorkAlone Rogue transformations]] become available.
5th Jun '17 12:08:38 AM Gadjiltron
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* SocializationBonus: Forming [=BrotherBands=] with other players and [=NPCs=] gives the player special perks like additional in-battle abilities and increased HP. In the second and third game this instead increases capacity for customizing Mega's abilities and access to different transformations. For players who can't enjoy this perk, this is where [[IWorkAlone Rogue transformations]] become available.

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* SocializationBonus: Forming To have ThePowerOfFrienship extend beyond the game's universe, the player can also form [=BrotherBands=] with up to 6 other human players and [=NPCs=] gives the player special perks like for additional in-battle abilities and increased HP. In perks that the second and third game this instead increases capacity for customizing Mega's abilities and access to different transformations.in-game Brothers don't offer. For players who can't enjoy this perk, this is where [[IWorkAlone Rogue transformations]] become available.
5th Jun '17 12:05:31 AM Gadjiltron
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* SocializationBonus: Forming [=BrotherBands=] with other players and [=NPCs=] gives the player special perks like additional in-battle abilities and increased HP. In the second and third game this instead increases capacity for customizing Mega's abilities and access to different transformations. For players who can't enjoy this perk, this is where [[IWorkAlone Rogue transformations]] become available.
30th Apr '17 11:58:16 AM nombretomado
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An [[TheAnimeOfTheGame anime adaptation]] of the series also aired but ended with an abrupt finale of the second season, ''Ryusei no Rockman Tribe'', based on the second game. The English dub first premiered on Cartoon Network's {{Toonami}} block before moving online to Toonami Jetstream. Only half of the first season was released. No [=DVDs=] ever circulated in the United States ''or'' Japan, though the dub got a UK DVD release thanks to [[Creator/MangaEntertainment Manga UK]]. There was a manga serialized in ''Corocoro'' that loosely adapted the first and second games, and Ryo Takamisaki (of ''Anime/MegaManNTWarrior'' fame) produced a promotional manga for ''Star Force 3''. Neither of these were translated into English.

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An [[TheAnimeOfTheGame anime adaptation]] of the series also aired but ended with an abrupt finale of the second season, ''Ryusei no Rockman Tribe'', based on the second game. The English dub first premiered on Cartoon Network's {{Toonami}} Creator/{{Toonami}} block before moving online to Toonami Jetstream. Only half of the first season was released. No [=DVDs=] ever circulated in the United States ''or'' Japan, though the dub got a UK DVD release thanks to [[Creator/MangaEntertainment Manga UK]]. There was a manga serialized in ''Corocoro'' that loosely adapted the first and second games, and Ryo Takamisaki (of ''Anime/MegaManNTWarrior'' fame) produced a promotional manga for ''Star Force 3''. Neither of these were translated into English.
20th Apr '17 11:33:37 PM SamMax
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An [[TheAnimeOfTheGame anime adaptation]] of the series also aired but ended with an abrupt finale of the second season, ''Ryusei no Rockman Tribe'', based on the second game. The English dub first premiered on Cartoon Network's {{Toonami}} block before moving online to Toonami Jetstream. Only half of the first season was released. No [=DVDs=] ever circulated in the United States ''or'' Japan. There was a manga serialized in ''Corocoro'' that loosely adapted the first and second games, and Ryo Takamisaki (of ''Anime/MegaManNTWarrior'' fame) produced a promotional manga for ''Star Force 3''. Neither of these were translated into English.

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An [[TheAnimeOfTheGame anime adaptation]] of the series also aired but ended with an abrupt finale of the second season, ''Ryusei no Rockman Tribe'', based on the second game. The English dub first premiered on Cartoon Network's {{Toonami}} block before moving online to Toonami Jetstream. Only half of the first season was released. No [=DVDs=] ever circulated in the United States ''or'' Japan.Japan, though the dub got a UK DVD release thanks to [[Creator/MangaEntertainment Manga UK]]. There was a manga serialized in ''Corocoro'' that loosely adapted the first and second games, and Ryo Takamisaki (of ''Anime/MegaManNTWarrior'' fame) produced a promotional manga for ''Star Force 3''. Neither of these were translated into English.
13th Apr '17 8:56:51 PM Tavernier
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* ForgottenPhlebotinum: Despite all the amazing future-tech the kids have access to, they almost never think to use it. ''Star Force 2'' is especially notable considering that a Geo collects a HoverBoard that works at up to [[SkySurfing thousands of feet in the air]] and Zack owns a personal ''sports car'' that neither of them sees fit to use more than once each.
13th Apr '17 1:19:39 PM Gosicrystal
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* AdaptationExpansion: Most of the CharactersOfTheWeek and their Wave Change aliens are given significantly expanded characterizations. Hyde and Gori in particular stand out as [[AscendedExtra Ascended Extras]].

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* AdaptationExpansion: Most of the CharactersOfTheWeek characters of the week and their Wave Change aliens are given significantly expanded characterizations. Hyde and Gori in particular stand out as [[AscendedExtra Ascended Extras]].


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13th Apr '17 1:13:35 PM Gosicrystal
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** Also in the second game, special event data from Real Life download stations (now LostForever) allowed Geo to obtain a Brotherband with [[VideoGame/MegaManClassic the original Mega Man]], suggesting at least a small bridge between their worlds was possible[[note]]This reflects the Battle Network 4 - Zero 3 crossover content from back in the day, except here Geo is connecting to an alternate past rather than Lan and Mega connecting to an alternate future[[/note]].

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** Also in the second game, special event data from Real Life download stations (now LostForever) [[TemporaryOnlineContent unavailable]]) allowed Geo to obtain a Brotherband with [[VideoGame/MegaManClassic the original Mega Man]], suggesting at least a small bridge between their worlds was possible[[note]]This reflects the Battle Network 4 - Zero 3 crossover content from back in the day, except here Geo is connecting to an alternate past rather than Lan and Mega connecting to an alternate future[[/note]].



* DownloadableContent: Each game allowed you to download a Secret Battle Card or two and possibly even extra [[SocializationBonus BrotherBand Data]]... [[LostForever back when the Download Station still hosted them]]. If you have access to a hacking device like Action Replay, you can simulate the transmission and get them, anyway.

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* DownloadableContent: Each game allowed you to download a Secret Battle Card or two and possibly even extra [[SocializationBonus BrotherBand Data]]... [[LostForever [[TemporaryOnlineContent back when the Download Station still hosted them]]. If you have access to a hacking device like Action Replay, you can simulate the transmission and get them, anyway.
11th Apr '17 9:14:51 AM Golondrina
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* LesCollaborateurs: Well, the formative stages of them, at least. Dr. Vega's chief plot is to bring about a new world order in which those she deems unworthy simply do not exist ([[WarIsHell she has]] [[CorruptBureaucrat a fairly]] [[LoveHurts good reason]] [[LoveMakesYouEvil for this]]). In order to enforce this, she ends up unleashing the power of Mu. And suddenly the whole damn world is ''begging'' her to let them in, desperately claiming that their flimsy claims to talent mark them as special.



* LesCollaborateurs: Well, the formative stages of them, at least. Dr. Vega's chief plot is to bring about a new world order in which those she deems unworthy simply do not exist ([[WarIsHell she has]] [[CorruptBureaucrat a fairly]] [[LoveHurts good reason]] [[LoveMakesYouEvil for this]]). In order to enforce this, she ends up unleashing the power of Mu. And suddenly the whole damn world is ''begging'' her to let them in, desperately claiming that their flimsy claims to talent mark them as special.
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