History YMMV / MegaManStarForce

21st Apr '17 2:52:17 PM Tavernier
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c* AccidentalInnuendo: Partway through the anime, Hope plays ShipperOnDeck for Geo, who's [[http://i40.tinypic.com/o87wbo.jpg too embarassed]] to deal with the conversation, and Hope notes that [[http://i39.tinypic.com/20r36zs.jpg he's still just a kid]] when it comes to romantic topics. But the lines and the expressions are a great out-of-context joke.

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c* * AccidentalInnuendo: Partway through the anime, Hope plays ShipperOnDeck for Geo, who's [[http://i40.tinypic.com/o87wbo.jpg too embarassed]] to deal with the conversation, and Hope notes that [[http://i39.tinypic.com/20r36zs.jpg he's still just a kid]] when it comes to romantic topics. But the lines and the expressions are a great out-of-context joke.
21st Apr '17 2:52:03 PM Tavernier
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c* AccidentalInnuendo: Partway through the anime, Hope plays ShipperOnDeck for Geo, who's [[http://i40.tinypic.com/o87wbo.jpg too embarassed]] to deal with the conversation, and Hope notes that [[http://i39.tinypic.com/20r36zs.jpg he's still just a kid]] when it comes to romantic topics. But the lines and the expressions are a great out-of-context joke.



%%* BrokenAesop: ...except that the alien beings who grant superpowers are literally ''drawn to {{Wangst}} and loneliness''. Hooray for ThePowerOfFriendship boosting the powers you only have because you spent three solid years moping!
%% Technically this is untrue. Geo and Mega met on accident, or if you stretch your interpretation, Mega was drawn to Geo's Transer, which registered his approach as Kelvin. It's the other FM-ians who are drawn to angst.
25th Mar '17 12:14:47 PM nombretomado
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** The ''[=SF1=]'' games had levels that fell into the same rut that many other NintendoDS games fell into early on, with level puzzles relying largely on Touch Screen gimmicks rather than button pressing.

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** The ''[=SF1=]'' games had levels that fell into the same rut that many other NintendoDS UsefulNotes/NintendoDS games fell into early on, with level puzzles relying largely on Touch Screen gimmicks rather than button pressing.
16th Mar '17 11:38:07 AM MayIncon
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic:
** "Stellar", an incredibly [[IncrediblyLamePun rocking]] tune for... [[NoExportForYou a Japanese]] trailer.
** Each rendition of the main theme, Shooting Star, is amazing. And then it goes vocal in the third.
*** It was supposed to be sung by Sonia... but Capcom never got around to it due to unfortunately low sales. Luckily there's a well-dome Japanese fan version available for your listening pleasure on Youtube: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlDs071_k6U Here it is.]]
** The theme of Spade Magnes's stage is also widely hailed as the best stage music in the Star Force Series. It manages to be energetic and intense without being over the top. Considering the limits of the DS sound card, this is saying a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZkgY2QJ7WkU lot.]]



* CrowningMusicOfAwesome:
** "Stellar", an incredibly [[IncrediblyLamePun rocking]] tune for... [[NoExportForYou a Japanese]] trailer.
** Each rendition of the main theme, Shooting Star, is amazing. And then it goes vocal in the third.
*** It was supposed to be sung by Sonia... but Capcom never got around to it due to unfortunately low sales. Luckily there's a well-dome Japanese fan version available for your listening pleasure on Youtube: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlDs071_k6U Here it is.]]
** The theme of Spade Magnes's stage is also widely hailed as the best stage music in the Star Force Series. It manages to be energetic and intense without being over the top. Considering the limits of the DS sound card, this is saying a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZkgY2QJ7WkU lot.]]
16th Mar '17 11:34:53 AM MayIncon
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** The ''[=SF2=]'' games did away with this at first except for the The FinalDungeon. Remember those sections where you get chased by Murian guards? If you touched them, you will initiate a minigame where you need to draw lines on the guard with the laggy touchscreen function. ''In less than 5 seconds.'' Otherwise, a fight ensues. They are rather tough with a lot of hitpoints. To make matters worse in order to even reach the FinalBoss you need to sneak through those guards. Lose the Le Mu fight and you have to cross the dreaded section all over again.

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** The ''[=SF2=]'' games did away with this at first except for the The FinalDungeon. Remember those sections where you get chased by Murian guards? If you touched touch them, you will initiate a minigame where you need to draw lines on the guard with the laggy touchscreen function. ''In less than 5 seconds.'' Otherwise, a fight ensues.ensues with the guards. They are rather tough with a lot of hitpoints. To make matters worse It peaks up in order to even reach the FinalBoss end where you need to sneak through those guards. guards in order to even ''reach'' the FinalBoss. Lose the Le Mu fight and you have to cross fight? Have fun crossing through the dreaded section all over again.again!



** One major complaint against [=SF3=] was how the modified battle system arbitrarily isolated some of the Battle Cards you drew each turn, especially the more powerful ones; this is almost universally recognized as a ScrappyMechaninc because of how it interrupts combos and general cohesiveness.

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** One major complaint against [=SF3=] was how the modified battle system arbitrarily isolated some of the Battle Cards you drew each turn, especially the more powerful ones; this is almost universally recognized as a ScrappyMechaninc ScrappyMechanic because of how it interrupts combos and general cohesiveness.
26th Feb '17 10:39:04 AM Awesomekid42
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** Gemini, from the first game, kills one of his allies for no reason when he could've easily helped her and defeated Mega Man. He also manipulates a boy with multiple personality disorder into helping him to blow up the entire planet and is revealed as the one who manipulated King Cepheus into destroying the AM Planet.

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** Gemini, from the first game, kills is a wicked FM-ian who [[FantasticRacism despises all other forms of life]], both organic and EM-based. A destruction-loving {{sadist}} and [[TreacherousAdvisor advisor]] to King Cepheus, he took advantage of the kingís paranoia by convincing him to destroy Planet AM, their neighboring world. When they discover Omega-Xis stole the key to activating Andromeda, their [[EarthShatteringKaboom planet-destroying superweapon]], to Earth, Gemini was among the FM-ians sent to reclaim it, [[TheStarscream secretly plotting to destroy Earth and take down Cepheus]]. He finds a compatible human in Patrick Sprigs, a boy abandoned as a baby who suffers from a violent split personality named "Rey." He takes advantage of this, [[ManipulativeBastard manipulating Patís feelings and other half]], convincing him to destroy [[HumansAreBastards humanity]] by [[FusionDance merging with]] him to form Gemini Spark and use Andromeda themselves while using their powers to [[HatePlague make humans attack each other]]. When one of his allies for no reason when he could've easily helped her and allies, Queen Ophiuca, is defeated by Mega Man and begs him for help, Gemini responds by [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness killing her on the spot]]. Heís eventually defeated, but his manipulations of Pat and Geo convince the latter to abandon everyone in his life for a time. Heís later revived when Cepheus decides to use Andromeda, putting Gemini in charge of stopping Mega Man. He also manipulates a boy with multiple personality disorder into helping him attempts to blow up destroy the entire planet and is revealed as machinery needed to help Mega Man reach Cepheus, suggesting heís fine getting himself killed to destroy the one who manipulated King Earth. Upon his defeat, he asks Cepheus into destroying to destroy the AM Planet.planet to avenge him. Loyal only to himself and his love of destruction, Gemini is Star Forceís poster child for AliensAreBastards.
28th Apr '16 1:32:36 AM Gadjiltron
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* FakeBalance: In the third game, NonElemental non-time-stopping cards get the most perks in single player mode. Despite not being able to capitalize on the ElementalRockPaperScissors, they are the only way the player can raise the Noise Gauge which powers the game's SuperMode. During a long boss fight, it is possible to jack the Noise Gauge all the way to its cap, allowing you to see the ''real'' potential of your Finalized form.
20th Mar '16 8:59:55 AM ACW
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** Mr. King is the leader of the organization, Dealer, and the BigBad of the third game. Appearing to all the world as a benevolant millionaire who donates to chairty, in reality Mr. King is a ManipulativeBastard willing to use anyone for his own benefit. As the operator of Joker, all of Joker's crimes lead right back to King. In addition to forcing his own Wizard to self-destruct to defeat his enemies, King adopted orphans and forced them to undertake suicidal missions in order to further his own plans. In fact, it is said that Jack and Tia were the only orphans to survive these missions. He then proceeded to take control of [[KillSat Meteor G]] so he could take over the world by force, raining down deadly Noise upon those who would not subjugate themselves to him. However, after being betrayed by his subordinates, King who was supposedly destroyed, became an EnergyBeing and decided to [[ColonyDrop wipe out the world using Meteor G]] because he figures that if he can't rule the world, he will destroy it.

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** **[[DiabolicalMastermind Mr. King King]] is the leader of the organization, organization Dealer, and the BigBad of the third game. [[VillainWithGoodPublicity Appearing to all the world as a benevolant benevolent millionaire who donates to chairty, in reality charity]], Mr. King is actually a ManipulativeBastard willing to use anyone for his own benefit. As the operator of Joker, all of Joker's crimes lead right back to King. In addition to forcing his own Wizard to self-destruct to defeat his enemies, King adopted orphans [[WouldHurtAChild orphans]] and forced them to become {{child soldier}}s and to undertake [[SuicideMission suicidal missions missions]] in order to further his own plans. In fact, it is said that Jack and Tia were the only orphans to survive these missions. He then proceeded to take control of [[KillSat Meteor G]] so he could take over the world by force, raining down deadly Noise upon those who would not subjugate themselves to him. However, after After being betrayed by his subordinates, King who was subordinates and supposedly destroyed, King became an EnergyBeing and decided to [[ColonyDrop wipe out the world using Meteor G]] because he figures that figuring if he can't rule the world, [[OmnicidalManiac he will destroy it.it]].
18th Mar '16 9:06:33 PM MugenKagemaru
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** How long did it take '''''YOU''''' to realize that Ken Suther was a guy? No points if it took learning his name for you to get the memo.
10th Mar '16 7:32:41 AM TheNerfGuy
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* FridgeBrilliance: [[http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/genmessage.php?board=946070&topic=50677820 A topic on]] {{GameFAQs}} shows quite a few people didn't realize that Wizard is a pun on the type of program.
** There's another case of this in the first game: it seems that Andromeda is a stupid name for a world-destroying war machine, until you realize that the FM-King's name, Cepheus, is also that of the mythological Andromeda's father, both of whom also are constellations in the sky to fit in with the theme.
** The term "Brother" seems like a rather odd term to use to describe relationships with other people regardless of gender, but then you find out in the second game that ''[[VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork Lan Hikari]] started the system, and he based it off his bond with Hub''. You see, he notices that whenever he and Hub worked together, miracles could happen due to this "Link Power", and decided to try and connect the world through this. He succeeded, to say the least.
*** Also, 'brother' sounds like 'broader'. So 'brotherband' can be read as 'broader band', a pun on broadband.
** Gemini Spark, Crown Thunder, and Hollow are all the most powerful fighters in their own class? Why? They're [[ShockAndAwe Elec]]-[[ElementalPowers Type]], which means that their powers are the closest to electromagnetism proper, where as all the other powers are modified into the elements.
* FridgeLogic: Many moments from the first game become borderline illogical when you think about it. Wouldn't putting a car in the way of the truck have caused severe injuries? Was Sonia contractually obligated to give that concert, or not? (If she was, she could have been sued for damages. If not, she could have sued her manager. This may be a case of No Such Thing As Lawyers...) Why didn't the principal just make Mr. Shepar a Social Studies teacher? (Or barring that, that one teacher who teaches that nebulous class known as "Health", or even just Homeroom?)
** They justify the bit about the car when Geo wonders if everyone's okay. [[spoiler: Turns out they all got sucked into the computer system of the truck.]]
** Also, the problem with Mr. Shepar's class (he does indeed teach homeroom - it's just all day with his one class) is that he's the one teacher at school who doesn't use the [[MassHypnosis Study]] [[MindRape Wave]] as per the principal's desire; the principal gets fed up and blackmails him into needing to find a job to sustain himself and 7 kids.
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