History YMMV / BeatHazard

24th Dec '15 7:13:15 PM 100pointonepercent
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* ThatOneBoss: The Hydra-like boss from the ''Ultra'' DLC is this sometimes. It has the ability to curl up into a ball and repel ''ALL'' attacks, and can stay like this for any amount of time. This boss can also un-curl, fire, and re-curl in less than a second. Combine this with the fact that they have a large amount of HP and, once they do this for while, there's a bunch of other enemies and/or bosses on-screen, and it becomes very frustrating. On the other hand, it only curls up when you're too close to it. Stay away, and you're (relatively) fine.

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* ThatOneBoss: The Hydra-like Spider/Nyarlathotep boss from the ''Ultra'' DLC is this sometimes. It has the ability to curl up into a ball and repel ''ALL'' attacks, and can stay like this for any amount of time. This boss can also un-curl, fire, and re-curl in less than a second. Combine this with the fact that they its numerous segments have a large amount of HP and, once they do this for while, there's a bunch of other enemies and/or bosses on-screen, and it becomes very frustrating. On the other hand, it only curls up when you're too close to it. Stay away, and you're (relatively) fine.
27th Oct '14 9:30:11 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks Starg Changed It, Now It Sucks]]: A lot of things got changed in ''Beat Hazard Ultra'', and people have already complained over:

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* [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks Starg Changed It, Now It Sucks]]: TheyChangedItNowItSucks: A lot of things got changed in ''Beat Hazard Ultra'', and people have already complained over:
3rd Sep '14 11:53:33 PM EarlOfSandvich
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* ThisIsYourPremiseOnDrugs: ''Beat Hazard'' is ''VideoGame/{{Asteroids}}'' [[XMeetsY meets]] ''VideoGame/{{Audiosurf}}'' on a cocktail of speed and acid, and depending on your seizure resistance, bath salts.

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* ThisIsYourPremiseOnDrugs: ''Beat Hazard'' is ''VideoGame/{{Asteroids}}'' [[XMeetsY meets]] meets ''VideoGame/{{Audiosurf}}'' on a cocktail of speed and acid, and depending on your seizure resistance, bath salts.
26th Jun '14 11:21:43 AM Kingault
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** [[SurpriseDifficulty The difficulty of Easy difficulty.]]

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** [[SurpriseDifficulty The difficulty of the Easy difficulty.]]
23rd Mar '14 8:26:14 AM ViperAcidZX
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** The Steam version of ''Classic'' and ''Ultra''. Sure Windows users do have to pay for relatively cheap add-ons for file support that the Macintosh users don't have to pay for, but beyond that they have access to internet radio for music, (optional) social feeds through RSS and Website/{{Twitter}}, other possible configuration tweaks, and as of 2013, more ships to play around with albeit cosmetic. In the case of ''Beat Hazard Classic'' on PC and Mac on Steam, [[OldSaveBonus it also has access to]] ''Beat Hazard Ultra''[='=]s [[NintendoHard Suicidal]] difficulty if it's unlocked in the expansion pack.
** The retail PC release by THQ has most of the same content as the Xbox LIVE Indie Games version with some added songs and the addition of the Suicidal difficulty, which might be good for those who prefer the original.

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** The Steam version of ''Classic'' and ''Ultra''. Sure Windows users do have to pay for relatively cheap add-ons for file support that the Macintosh users don't have to pay for, but beyond that they have access to internet radio for music, (optional) social feeds through RSS and Website/{{Twitter}}, other possible configuration tweaks, and as of 2013, more ships to play around with albeit cosmetic.tweaks. In the case of ''Beat Hazard Classic'' on PC and Mac on Steam, [[OldSaveBonus it also has access to]] ''Beat Hazard Ultra''[='=]s [[NintendoHard Suicidal]] difficulty if it's unlocked in the expansion pack.
** The retail PC release by THQ has most of the same content as the original Xbox LIVE Indie Games version with some added songs and the addition of the Suicidal difficulty, which might be good for those who prefer the original.
25th Jan '14 7:38:19 PM troacctid
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* PolishedPort: The Steam version of ''Classic'' and ''Ultra''. Sure Windows users do have to pay for relatively cheap add-ons for file support that the Macintosh users don't have to pay for, but beyond that they have access to internet radio for music, (optional) social feeds through RSS and Website/{{Twitter}}, other possible configuration tweaks, and as of 2013, more ships to play around with albeit cosmetic. In the case of ''Beat Hazard Classic'' on PC and Mac on Steam, [[OldSaveBonus it also has access to]] ''Beat Hazard Ultra''[='=]s [[NintendoHard Suicidal]] difficulty if it's unlocked in the expansion pack.

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* PolishedPort: PolishedPort:
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The Steam version of ''Classic'' and ''Ultra''. Sure Windows users do have to pay for relatively cheap add-ons for file support that the Macintosh users don't have to pay for, but beyond that they have access to internet radio for music, (optional) social feeds through RSS and Website/{{Twitter}}, other possible configuration tweaks, and as of 2013, more ships to play around with albeit cosmetic. In the case of ''Beat Hazard Classic'' on PC and Mac on Steam, [[OldSaveBonus it also has access to]] ''Beat Hazard Ultra''[='=]s [[NintendoHard Suicidal]] difficulty if it's unlocked in the expansion pack.
21st Jan '14 2:56:59 PM ViperAcidZX
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** The retail PC release by THQ has most of the same content as the Xbox LIVE Indie Games version with some added songs and the addition of the Suicidal difficulty, which might good for those who prefer the original.

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** The retail PC release by THQ has most of the same content as the Xbox LIVE Indie Games version with some added songs and the addition of the Suicidal difficulty, which might be good for those who prefer the original.
21st Jan '14 2:56:24 PM ViperAcidZX
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** The retail PC release by THQ has most of the same content as the Xbox LIVE Indie Games version with some added songs and the addition of the Suicidal difficulty, which might good for those who prefer the original.
14th Nov '13 4:06:35 PM TekMek63
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* PolishedPort: The Steam version of ''Classic'' and ''Ultra''. Sure Windows users does have to pay for relatively cheap add-on for file support that the Macintosh users doesn't have to pay for, but beyond that they have access to internet radio for music, (optional) social feeds through RSS and Website/{{Twitter}}, other possible configuration tweaks, and as of 2013, more ships to play around with albeit cosmetic. In the case of ''Beat Hazard Classic'' on PC and Mac on Steam, [[OldSaveBonus it also has access to]] ''Beat Hazard Ultra''[='=]s [[NintendoHard Suicidal]] difficulty if it's unlocked in the expansion pack.

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* PolishedPort: The Steam version of ''Classic'' and ''Ultra''. Sure Windows users does do have to pay for relatively cheap add-on add-ons for file support that the Macintosh users doesn't don't have to pay for, but beyond that they have access to internet radio for music, (optional) social feeds through RSS and Website/{{Twitter}}, other possible configuration tweaks, and as of 2013, more ships to play around with albeit cosmetic. In the case of ''Beat Hazard Classic'' on PC and Mac on Steam, [[OldSaveBonus it also has access to]] ''Beat Hazard Ultra''[='=]s [[NintendoHard Suicidal]] difficulty if it's unlocked in the expansion pack.
24th Aug '13 7:52:36 AM ViperAcidZX
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Be it some thumping techno, murderous metal or dizzy dance music, you'll surely find something for you. You ''choose'' the music it plays. CrowningMusicOfAwesome is an assured part of the game.
* PolishedPort: The Steam version of ''Classic'' and ''Ultra''. Sure Windows users does have to pay for relatively cheap add-on for file support that the Macintosh users doesn't have to pay for, but beyond that they have access to internet radio for music, (optional) social feeds through RSS and Website/{{Twitter}}, various possible tweaks, and as of 2013, more ships to play around with albeit cosmetic. In the case of ''Beat Hazard Classic'' on PC and Mac, [[OldSaveBonus it also has access to]] ''Beat Hazard Ultra''[='=]s [[NintendoHard Suicidal]] difficulty if it's unlocked in the expansion pack.

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Be it some thumping techno, murderous metal or dizzy dance music, you'll surely find something for you. You ''choose'' the music it plays. CrowningMusicOfAwesome Awesome Music is an assured part of the game.
* GameBreaker: [[SmartBomb Super Bombs]] in the original. At point blank range, it decimates bosses in a single blast, usually giving you plenty of time to rack up Dare Devil bonuses gradually if nothing is around until the next wave of enemies show up.
* PolishedPort: The Steam version of ''Classic'' and ''Ultra''. Sure Windows users does have to pay for relatively cheap add-on for file support that the Macintosh users doesn't have to pay for, but beyond that they have access to internet radio for music, (optional) social feeds through RSS and Website/{{Twitter}}, various other possible configuration tweaks, and as of 2013, more ships to play around with albeit cosmetic. In the case of ''Beat Hazard Classic'' on PC and Mac, Mac on Steam, [[OldSaveBonus it also has access to]] ''Beat Hazard Ultra''[='=]s [[NintendoHard Suicidal]] difficulty if it's unlocked in the expansion pack.
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