History Videogame / MegamanZero

18th Jun '18 8:10:48 AM urutapu
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* PreExplosionGlow: All of the animal bosses glows before exploding after you defeat them. The humanoid bosses usually don't do that (except [[spoiler:Phantom, Copy X (in the third game), Omega and Weil]]). The former two have the excuse of having bombs stored in their bodies that go off.

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* PreExplosionGlow: All of the animal bosses glows glow before exploding after you defeat Zero defeats them. The Not all the humanoid bosses usually don't do die upon defeat, but this is present in the ones that (except do: [[spoiler:Phantom, Copy X (in the third game), Omega and Weil]]). The former two have the excuse of having bombs stored in their bodies that go off.Weil]].
17th Jun '18 3:04:24 PM Prometheus117
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* PreExplosionGlow: All of the animal bosses glows before exploding after you defeat them. The humanoid bosses usually don't do that (except [[spoiler:Phantom, Copy X (in the third game), Omega and Weil]]).

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* PreExplosionGlow: All of the animal bosses glows before exploding after you defeat them. The humanoid bosses usually don't do that (except [[spoiler:Phantom, Copy X (in the third game), Omega and Weil]]). The former two have the excuse of having bombs stored in their bodies that go off.
4th Jun '18 7:37:24 PM Theriocephalus
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* SturdyAndSteadyTurtles: One of the bosses, Heat Genblem, is a robotic tortoise. He's fond of a particular tactic during combat where he walks slowly forward, then, when an attack comes, he immediately turns his back to guard himself. If he's attacked further in that state, he'll do a CounterAttack with an ElementalPunch. In general, both his shell and his battle pattern makes it hard to find an opening to hit him.
24th May '18 4:14:33 PM HyperEmerson
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* AntiFrustrationFeatures:
** The Cyber Elf mechanics grant you some single-use cheats to use during levels at the cost of level points. In the latter half of the series, the player is allowed to use certain elves anytime and with no penalty.
** The series tolerates you taking about 6 points of damage before it starts dropping your level score.
** S ranks don't require the full 100-point score and most secrets such as EX Skills will be available at an A rank.



* RankInflation: You can get up to an S grade on each level. [[NintendoHard In theory, anyways]]. And don't forget that achieving a perfect ''S100'' in levels is necessary for some unlockables.

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* RankInflation: You can get up to an S grade on each level. [[NintendoHard In theory, anyways]]. And don't forget that achieving a perfect ''S100'' in ''S-100'' in ''all'' levels is necessary for some unlockables.
14th May '18 10:12:31 AM urutapu
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** Some of the boss names suffered, especially Tretista Kelverian. As he's a Cerberus-themed character, his second name should probably be Cerberian or Kerberian. Indeed, the names are mangled to the point where they sound like they should make sense, you just can't point out how, exactly.

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** Some of the boss names suffered, especially Tretista Kelverian. As he's a Cerberus-themed character, his second name should have probably be been translated as Cerberian or Kerberian. Indeed, the names are mangled to the point where they sound like they should make sense, you just can't point out how, exactly.Kerberian.
14th May '18 10:07:54 AM urutapu
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** Some of the boss names suffered, especially Tretista Kelverian. As he's a Cerberus-themed character, his name is clearly supposed to be Tritesta[[note]]Latin for "three heads"[[/note]]Cerberian. Indeed, the names are mangled to the point where they sound like they should make sense, you just can't point out how, exactly.

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** Some of the boss names suffered, especially Tretista Kelverian. As he's a Cerberus-themed character, his second name is clearly supposed to should probably be Tritesta[[note]]Latin for "three heads"[[/note]]Cerberian.Cerberian or Kerberian. Indeed, the names are mangled to the point where they sound like they should make sense, you just can't point out how, exactly.
14th May '18 10:01:42 AM urutapu
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* ArtEvolution: ''Zero 1'' was known for its sketchy art style and washed out colors,[[note]]at least in drawn artwork--the actual in-game graphics weren't undersaturated, but they also weren't the riot of color ''Zero 4'' would turn out to be[[/note]] but as the series goes on, the colors become more vibrant and outlines get much cleaner. Character designs also changed slightly over time; for example, Zero is quite wiry in ''Zero 1'' but looks much more muscular by ''Zero 4''.[[note]]Although once again, this applies more to the official art than the pixel graphics.[[/note]]

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* ArtEvolution: ''Zero 1'' was known for its sketchy art style and washed out colors,[[note]]at least in drawn artwork--the actual in-game graphics weren't undersaturated, but they also weren't the riot of color ''Zero 4'' would turn out to be[[/note]] but as the series goes on, the colors become more vibrant and outlines get much cleaner. Character designs also changed slightly over time; for example, Zero is quite wiry in ''Zero 1'' but looks much more muscular by ''Zero 4''.[[note]]Although once again, this applies more to the official art illustrations than the pixel graphics.[[/note]]
14th May '18 10:00:44 AM urutapu
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* AllThereInTheManual: Much of the backstory and plot details are given in drama tracks, but not in the games themselves.
** Also the [[ConceptArtGallery Official Complete Works]].

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* AllThereInTheManual: Much of the backstory and plot details are given in drama tracks, but not tracks or in the games themselves.
** Also the [[ConceptArtGallery
''[[ConceptArtGallery Official Complete Works]].Works]]'', but not the games themselves.
17th Apr '18 10:36:01 PM Jubileus57
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* PainfulPointyPufferfish: ''Zero 4'w has a robotic pufferfish enemy that appears in water areas. They inflate and deflate when Zero is close to shoot out spikes in multiple directions.

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* PainfulPointyPufferfish: ''Zero 4'w 4'' has a robotic pufferfish enemy that appears in water areas. They inflate and deflate when Zero is close to shoot out spikes in multiple directions.
17th Apr '18 10:34:24 PM Jubileus57
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* PainfulPointyPufferfish: ''Zero 4'w has a robotic pufferfish enemy that appears in water areas. They inflate and deflate when Zero is close to shoot out spikes in multiple directions.
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