History YMMV / BraveFencerMusashi

28th Aug '16 11:07:17 AM Carls493
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: The game is loaded with it, especially the first level track [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YC2un_ODUqA&fmt=18 "The Musashi Legend"]] and its credit reel reprise "Into The Sky."

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: The game is loaded with it, especially the first level track [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YC2un_ODUqA&fmt=18 "The Musashi Legend"]] and its credit credits reel reprise "Into The Sky."



* GuideDangIt: The Special series of action figures - especially Jon's, which requires that [[spoiler:you hold off on opening exactly ONE treasure chest until after the game is beaten]]. Try to obtain the correct Gondola Gizmo on the first try using only the clues given in-game - though there's only two that match the requirements, and a degree of TrialAndErrorGameplay is permitted.
** The above is wrong, you merely have to get every chest to get the Jon & Leno figure. People use to think this was true because too many people missed a chest in the restaurant basement or the one on top of the mountain (and it didn't help that a plethora of rumors rose out about getting that figure and DLumina3). Once one person found a method that worked repeatedly, just about everyone clung to his method, despite the fact the truth was even simpler (and despite the fact that those that did miss those chests, still never got the figure).

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* ContestedSequel: The UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 sequel, ''[[VideoGame/MusashiSamuraiLegend Musashi: Samurai Legend]]'', is considered an inferior followup to ''Brave Fencer'', not helping its case is that this game was a ToughActToFollow CultClassic. However, by our own admission, it still has its fans [[SoOkayItsAverage and is still largely considered a decent game in its own right]]. Check out its [[YMMV/MusashiSamuraiLegend YMMV page]] for more info on it for this trope.
* GuideDangIt: The Special series of action figures - figures, especially Jon's, the Jon & Leno figure, which requires that [[spoiler:you hold off on opening exactly ONE treasure you to open every single chest until after in the game is beaten]]. Try game. There's also trying to obtain the correct Gondola Gizmo on the first try using only the clues given in-game - though in-game. Though there's only two that match the requirements, and a degree of TrialAndErrorGameplay is permitted.
** The above is wrong, you merely have to get every chest to get the Jon & Leno figure. People use to think this was true because too many people missed a chest in the restaurant basement or the one on top of the mountain (and it didn't help that a plethora of rumors rose out about getting that figure and DLumina3). Once one person found a method that worked repeatedly, just about everyone clung to his method, despite the fact the truth was even simpler (and despite the fact that those that did miss those chests, still never got the figure).
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* {{Sequelitis}}: The UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 sequel, ''[[VideoGame/MusashiSamuraiLegend Musashi: Samurai Legend]]'' - though, by our own admission, it has its fans.
** Most of the sequelitis comes from the change in tone and setting, rather than the gameplay itself. A few more bucketfuls of humor and some extending of the world itself would have done wonders.
9th Apr '16 6:24:35 PM kraas
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* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: Hard to believe that this amount of voice acting in a video game was considered ''impressive''.
** FairForItsDay: It was impressive at the time because 1998 was essentially the year when voice acting dialog in console games basically started taking prominence.

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* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: Hard to believe that this amount of voice acting in a video game was considered ''impressive''.
** FairForItsDay: It
''impressive''; it was impressive seen as such at the time because 1998 was essentially the year when voice acting voice-acted dialog in console games basically started taking gaining prominence.
31st Mar '16 7:10:04 AM Dechstreme
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** FairForItsDay: It was impressive at the time because 1998 was essentially the year when voice acting dialog in console games basically started taking prominence.
7th Feb '16 8:23:12 PM nombretomado
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* {{Sequelitis}}: The PlayStation2 sequel, ''[[VideoGame/MusashiSamuraiLegend Musashi: Samurai Legend]]'' - though, by our own admission, it has its fans.

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* {{Sequelitis}}: The PlayStation2 UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 sequel, ''[[VideoGame/MusashiSamuraiLegend Musashi: Samurai Legend]]'' - though, by our own admission, it has its fans.
31st Jul '15 6:58:02 AM kraas
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* ScrappyMechanic: The platforming can be very annoying in the beginning to how simple it's Musashi's jump and the camera's position. After getting the double jump this can be easily avoided.

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* ScrappyMechanic: The platforming can be very annoying in the beginning due to how simple it's occasionally sub-optimal camera positioning and Musashi's short jump and the camera's position. After getting range. Obtaining the double jump does much to alleviate this can be easily avoided.problem.
28th Nov '14 2:51:16 PM MagBas
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* UnfortunateImplications: There are only three female members of TheEmpire. [[spoiler:Two of them run away like chumps at the halfway point, and the third dies a horrible, tragic death.]] Maybe.
16th May '14 2:53:45 PM Kahran042
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* FridgeBrilliance: Leader's Force aren't just called that because each member thinks s/he is the leader. It's also because [[spoiler:their purpose is to ''lead'' Musashi to the Five Scrolls.]]
* FridgeLogic: Concerning the ending, which has a text only introduction that announces something along the lines of "To Stop This Ever Happening Again, The Legend of Brave Fencer Musashi will be told eternally", and then in the following end scene, [[spoiler:We have the Princess covering up the whole thing from her Parents, the King and Queen.]] Think about that for a second. If that is intentional, then no doubt, this is FridgeBrilliance.
22nd Feb '14 12:50:13 PM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMoments: The way Musashi finishes off the Steam Knight. After he knocks it through a wall and off a cliff, [[HeroicSecondWind it regains a bit of health]], so what does Musashi do? Pick up the bot's ball-and-chain (which most likely weighs a ton or two), shouts, [[PreAssKickingOneLiner "HEY! YOU FORGOT SOMETHING!"]], before hurling it down onto it, causing it to explode.
** SugarWiki/FunnyMoments: And then he immediately falls asleep.
23rd Aug '13 11:15:37 AM FWTrump
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**The above is wrong, you merely have to get every chest to get the Jon & Leno figure. People use to think this was true because too many people missed a chest in the restaurant basement or the one on top of the mountain (and it didn't help that a plethora of rumors rose out about getting that figure and DLumina3). Once one person found a method that worked repeatedly, just about everyone clung to his method, despite the fact the truth was even simpler (and despite the fact that those that did miss those chests, still never got the figure).
2nd Aug '13 12:57:04 PM PurpleShirt
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* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: Hard to believe that this amount of voice acting in a video game was considered ''impressive''.
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