History Videogame / Okami

19th Jun '18 4:02:39 PM urutapu
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* StalactiteSpite: Falling stalactites are found ''everywhere'' in Yoshipetai. And they freeze you. Oh, and the segment is a TimedMission.

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* StalactiteSpite: Falling stalactites are found ''everywhere'' in Yoshipetai.Yoshpet. And they freeze you. Oh, and the segment is a TimedMission.
19th Jun '18 3:16:54 PM Jubileus57
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* StalactiteSpite: Falling stalactites are found ''everywhere'' in Yoshipetai. And they freeze you. Oh, and the segment is a TimedMission.
10th Jun '18 2:43:54 PM urutapu
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* ToweringFlower: The Spider Queen masquarades as a giant and creepy flower with eyes in place of the stamens to lure unsuspecting preys. After defeat, she transforms into a giant lotus flower several times bigger than Amaterasu.

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* ToweringFlower: The Spider Queen masquarades as a giant and creepy flower with eyes in place of the stamens to lure unsuspecting preys.prey. After defeat, she transforms into a giant lotus flower several times bigger than Amaterasu.
10th Jun '18 2:28:58 PM Jubileus57
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* ToweringFlower: The Spider Queen masquarades as a giant and creepy flower with eyes in place of the stamens to lure unsuspecting preys. After defeat, she transforms into a giant lotus flower several times bigger than Amaterasu.
3rd May '18 10:59:54 AM SkarmoryThePG
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* Acrofatic: One of the mermaid spring dancers in the Dragon Palace is notably larger and fatter than the rest - but when it comes to running around the spring, she's running ''laps'' around them.
18th Apr '18 11:38:50 PM finalsurvivor1
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* BossInMookClothing: The Dogu that you meet the first time in the past just before fighting Orochi, could qualify. They are very resilient, have some fast and varied attacks, and can do quite a bit of damage when you're not used to them. Of course they are even worse in the Ten Demonic Gates sidequest.

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* BossInMookClothing: The Dogu that you meet the first time in the past just before fighting Orochi, could qualify. They are very resilient, have some fast and varied attacks, and can do quite a bit of damage when you're not used to them.them; it helps that they're a variant of Blight, an actual boss. Of course they are even worse in the Ten Demonic Gates sidequest.
18th Apr '18 11:34:36 PM finalsurvivor1
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* UndergroundMonkey: Nearly every single enemy and boss in the game shares similar moves and/or tactics with at least one other. Each class of enemy has an official name and list of standard enemies in supplementary material, but most bosses can be neatly placed in one of these categories:
** Fallen Demons: The basic mooks in each region: Imps, Guardians, Namahage, Clay Army. Each group has five variants with the same gimmicks, save the first variant for the Guardians.
** Chimera Family: Bud Ogre, Chimera, Igloo Turtle. These demons are extremely tough until they're stunned, at which point an opening appears.
** Flying Demons: Dead Fish, Crow Tengu, Ubume. As the name suggests, they fly, but can be brought down with the right tactics; Crow Tengu and Ubume also guard, but can be attacked by countering with the right brushstroke.
** Wheeled Destruction: Fire Eye, Ice Mouth, Thunder Ear, Earth Nose, Poltergeist. Each must be countered by a certain element or by waiting for an opening, while the Poltergeist can use any element. A sub category, the Doom Mirrors, act as the enemies in the Imperial Palace dungeon, with a counterpart for each of the four basic wheels.
** Greater Goblins: Blue Cyclops and Great Tengu. Powerful, masked, flying warriors that will go berserk if enraged.
** Crabs: Jiro, Saburo, Ichiro. An interesting family in that all three are technically the same enemy; Jiro and Saburo always fight together, but if they manage to flood the arena, they fuse to become Ichiro.
** Bovine Demons: Crimson Helm, Red Ogre, Blue Ogre, Bull Charger. Armored powerhouses that are typically slow, but make up for with pure offense and the ability to jump and charge. Interestingly, Crimson Helm, the first introduced, is a major boss, while the enemy versions don't show up for another three dungeons.
** Canines: Satomi Canine Warriors, Tube Foxes, [[spoiler:Ninetails]], Wolf Oki. Fast quadrupeds that may tire out.
** Arachnids: Spider Queen, Bandit Spider. Immense spiders weak to having their backs open via Vine.
** Humanoids: Two distinct subclasses exist. The first is a miniboss-exclusive that includes Waka, [[spoiler:Evil Rao]], Oki, and [[spoiler:Nagi]]. The second features Blight and Dogu, who attack so quickly that Veil of Mist is needed to counter them.
** The remaining bosses can all be split into their own special groups: [[spoiler:Orochi and True Orochi]], [[spoiler:Lechku and Nechku]], and [[spoiler:the five forms of Yami]].
8th Mar '18 8:14:05 PM MyFinalEdits
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* WeaksauceWeakness: Orochi's vulnerability [[spoiler:to sake (or rather, being drunk)]], Yami's vulnerability to certain brush techniques [[spoiler: Bloom, in Stage 1, and Sunlight, in the last stage]]. Other minor minions have similar weaksauce weaknesses, some of which can be exploited immediately after you kill them to gain Demon Fangs.

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* WeaksauceWeakness: WeaksauceWeakness:
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Orochi's vulnerability [[spoiler:to sake (or rather, being drunk)]], Yami's vulnerability to certain brush techniques [[spoiler: Bloom, in Stage 1, and Sunlight, in the last stage]]. Other minor minions have similar weaksauce weaknesses, some of which can be exploited immediately after you kill them to gain Demon Fangs.



* YouShouldntKnowThisAlready: {{Justified|Trope}} with the Celestial Brush techniques. You need to find the correct god and release/rejuvenate it before you can use its technique. (Which means if you start a NewGamePlus, you have to redo all of those subquests again.)
** It's also pointed out in-game. At the beginning of the game in Kamiki Village, if you try to [[spoiler:use Sunrise without exploring the village, [[DevelopersForesight Issun will wonder what you're trying to do, "raise the sun or something? That's impossible!"]]]]

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* YouShouldntKnowThisAlready: {{Justified|Trope}} with the Celestial Brush techniques. You need to find the correct god and release/rejuvenate it before you can use its technique. (Which means if you start a NewGamePlus, you have to redo all of those subquests again.)
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) It's also pointed out in-game. in-game: At the beginning of the game in Kamiki Village, if you try to [[spoiler:use Sunrise without exploring the village, [[DevelopersForesight Issun will wonder what you're trying to do, "raise the sun or something? That's impossible!"]]]]
8th Mar '18 4:11:18 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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In 2018, Capcom announced a port for UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch which incorporated both motion controls and touch controls.
5th Mar '18 6:58:48 AM dmeagher13
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* IstanbulNotConstantinople: The game's setting is referred to as Nippon, the Japanese name for Japan.
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