History YMMV / LittleBigAdventure

1st Nov '15 6:42:36 AM Retloclive
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* ItWasHisSled: [[spoiler:Funfrock is the true BigBad of the sequel]].
1st Jul '15 3:52:09 PM Retloclive
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* ScrappyMechanic:
** For the first game, the fact you were able to hurt yourself by running into things in the Sporty stance was a pain for a lot of players.
** For both games, knock-back is an huge annoyance since it's possible to get stuck in a never ending knock-back loop until your eventual death.
6th May '15 9:49:45 AM Trigger-of-Sorrow
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* SweetDreamsFuel: The series has a very "feelgood" feel to it. There are dark moments though.
10th Sep '14 6:14:03 PM Retloclive
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* {{Fanon}}: A vast majority of people believe that TheVoice Twinsen hears when he grabs the Wannie Key Fragment is [[spoiler:the ''real'' Dark Monk of Zeelich]].

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* {{Fanon}}: A vast majority of people believe that TheVoice Twinsen hears when he grabs the Wannie Key Fragment is [[spoiler:the ''real'' true Dark Monk of Zeelich]].
10th Sep '14 6:13:35 PM Retloclive
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* {{Fanon}}: A vast majority of people believe that TheVoice Twinsen hears when he grabs the Wannie Key Fragment is [[the ''real'' Dark Monk of Zeelich]].

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* {{Fanon}}: A vast majority of people believe that TheVoice Twinsen hears when he grabs the Wannie Key Fragment is [[the [[spoiler:the ''real'' Dark Monk of Zeelich]].
10th Sep '14 6:13:14 PM Retloclive
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* {{Fanon}}: A vast majority of people believe that TheVoice Twinsen hears when he grabs the Wannie Key Fragment is [[the ''real'' Dark Monk of Zeelich]].
22nd Jan '14 7:03:06 AM Retloclive
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** Aggressive stance with the sword. Never miss a swing and you basically have your enemy stun-locked.
21st Jan '14 8:22:13 PM Retloclive
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* TierInducedScrappy: Sword combat actually has 4 distinct types of gameplay connected to Twinsen's 4 mood stances. However, the aggressive stance is the only mood players ever rely on and is [[ThatOneAttack ''quite'' overpowered]] if the player never misses a swing; leaving the other 3 sword moods in the dust. The lone exception being the sporty stance when people wanna fool around with its front-flip attack which is Twinsen's most powerful sword swing. Which doesn't offer much since you can pull off the same damage in the same amount of time with the aggressive stance.

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* TierInducedScrappy: Sword combat actually has 4 distinct types of gameplay connected to Twinsen's 4 mood stances. However, the aggressive stance is the only mood players ever rely on and is [[ThatOneAttack ''quite'' overpowered]] if the player never misses a swing; leaving the other 3 sword moods in the dust. The lone exception being the sporty stance when people wanna fool around with its front-flip attack which is Twinsen's most powerful sword swing. Which swing which doesn't offer much since you can pull off the same damage damage, if not MORE, in the same amount of time with the aggressive stance.
21st Jan '14 8:20:51 PM Retloclive
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* TierInducedScrappy: Sword combat actually has 4 distinct types of gameplay connected to Twinsens 4 mood stances. However, the aggressive stance is the only mood players ever rely on and is [[ThatOneAttack ''quite'' overpowered]] if the player never misses a swing; leaving the other 3 sword moods in the dust. The lone exception being the sporty stance when people wanna fool around with its front-flip attack which is Twinsen's most powerful sword swing. Which doesn't offer much since you can pull off the same damage in the same amount of time with the aggressive stance.

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* TierInducedScrappy: Sword combat actually has 4 distinct types of gameplay connected to Twinsens Twinsen's 4 mood stances. However, the aggressive stance is the only mood players ever rely on and is [[ThatOneAttack ''quite'' overpowered]] if the player never misses a swing; leaving the other 3 sword moods in the dust. The lone exception being the sporty stance when people wanna fool around with its front-flip attack which is Twinsen's most powerful sword swing. Which doesn't offer much since you can pull off the same damage in the same amount of time with the aggressive stance.
21st Jan '14 8:20:31 PM Retloclive
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* TierInducedScrappy: Sword combat actually has 4 distinct types of gameplay connected to Twinsens 4 mood stances. However, the aggressive stance is the only mood players ever rely on and is [[ThatOneAttack ''quite'' overpowered]] if the player never misses a swing; leaving the other 3 sword moods in the dust. The lone exception being the sporty stance when people wanna fool around with its front-flip attack which is Twinsen's most powerful sword swing. Which doesn't offer much since you can pull off the same damage in the same amount of time with the aggressive stance.



** The ''Island of the Volcano'', with lava galore in ''Twinsen's Odyssey''. Thankfully, it is only optional.

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** The ''Island of the Volcano'', with lava galore in ''Twinsen's Odyssey''. Thankfully, it is only optional.optional.
* TierInducedScrappy: Sword combat actually has 4 distinct types of gameplay connected to Twinsens 4 mood stances. However, the aggressive stance is the only mood players ever rely on and is [[ThatOneAttack ''quite'' overpowered]] if the player never misses a swing; leaving the other 3 sword moods in the dust. The lone exception being the sporty stance when people wanna fool around with its front-flip attack which is Twinsen's most powerful sword swing. Which doesn't offer much since you can pull off the same damage in the same amount of time with the aggressive stance.
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