History YMMV / MetalSlug

7th Aug '17 6:31:58 PM MitzyZieIV
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* MemeticMutation: The [[LargeHam announcer]] heard whenever weapons are picked up or the level is beaten.
** '''RAWKET LAWNCHAIR!'''
** '''SHAWTGUHN!'''
** '''HEVEE MASHEEEN GUHN!'''

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* MemeticMutation: MemeticMutation:
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The [[LargeHam announcer]] from ''X'' to ''Advance'' heard whenever weapons are picked up or the level is beaten.
** *** '''RAWKET LAWNCHAIR!'''
** *** '''SHAWTGUHN!'''
** *** '''HEVEE MASHEEEN GUHN!'''


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* PortingDisaster: An interesting case in which any ''perfect-port'' of ''Metal Slug 2'' is accused to be terrible due to its glaring slowdown issues while any other port that fixes the slowdown (such as the PC and ''Anthology'' ports) is [[PolishedPort considered superior]].
3rd Aug '17 8:28:49 PM 4444jdm
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* GrowingTheBeard: While the first game is still considered fun, it's the second game where the franchise really grew its legs and incorporated many of the ''Franchise/SuperSentai''-style hallmarks of the series with the introduction of Fio and Eri, more insane weapons and vehicles to use, transformations, and both supernatural and extraterrestrial enemies.

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* GrowingTheBeard: While the first game is still considered fun, it's the second game where the franchise really grew its legs and incorporated many of the ''Franchise/SuperSentai''-style ''Franchise/SuperSentai''-esque hallmarks of the series with the introduction of female player characters like Fio and Eri, more insane weapons and vehicles to use, transformations, and both supernatural and extraterrestrial enemies.
3rd Aug '17 8:25:29 PM 4444jdm
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* GrowingTheBeard: While the first game is still considered fun, it's the second game where the franchise really grew its legs and incorporated many of the hallmarks of the series with the introduction of Fio and Eri, more insane weapons and vehicles to use, transformations, and both supernatural and extraterrestrial enemies.

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* GrowingTheBeard: While the first game is still considered fun, it's the second game where the franchise really grew its legs and incorporated many of the ''Franchise/SuperSentai''-style hallmarks of the series with the introduction of Fio and Eri, more insane weapons and vehicles to use, transformations, and both supernatural and extraterrestrial enemies.
4th Jul '17 3:45:00 AM Edgar81539
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** The SandMarine from ''Metal Slug 5''. While most of its attacks are easy to avoid, when it submerges/emerges it will fire a bomb volley and make hell literally rain upon you. You need extremely good reflexes to avoid the bomb spam and don't get cornered by this monster.

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** The SandMarine Sandmarine from ''Metal Slug 5''. While most of its attacks are easy to avoid, when it submerges/emerges it will fire a bomb volley and make hell literally rain upon you. You need extremely good reflexes to avoid the bomb spam and don't get cornered by this monster.



** Crablops round two in ''Metal Slug XX''. While ''7'' was kind enough to lend you a Slug Armor to fight the boss, in ''XX'' it was changed to a Slugnoid - the only Slug that undergoes literal battle damage and more than likely will end up useless after a few seconds of battle, forcing you to fight Crablops stark naked. With the head spamming fireballs, plasma beams and restricting your movement with rocks, and the legs decreasing your maneuverable space by lauching bombs and acid worms, prepare for a hard battle. And that's not even taking into account when you get to the lift and Crablops GoesRed.

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** Crablops round two in ''Metal Slug XX''. While ''7'' was kind enough to lend you a Slug Armor to fight the boss, in ''XX'' it was changed to a Slugnoid - the only Slug that undergoes literal battle damage and more than likely will end up useless after a few seconds of battle, forcing you to fight Crablops stark naked. With the head spamming fireballs, plasma beams and restricting your movement with rocks, and the legs decreasing your maneuverable space by lauching bombs and acid worms, prepare for a hard battle. And that's not even taking into account when you get to the lift and Crablops GoesRed.TurnsRed.
4th Jul '17 3:44:26 AM Edgar81539
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** Allen O'Neal from Metal Slug and Metal Slug 2/X. Yeah, this guy is extremely hard to defeat if you don't know how to predict his attacks. He can shot with his Machine Gun and if you try to move to the other side he just use a grenade towards you!
** Sol Dae Rokker from Metal Slug 3. Its only weak point is the small red jewel in its forehead and due to the boss moving constantly it can be quite difficult to shoot. The boss also levitates way above the player, meaning that you can't harm it with grenades. Most of its attacks aren't a big deal, but ThatOneAttack where it spreads a flurry of yellow beams in random patterns is a nightmare to dodge, specially after the boss is enraged.

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** Allen O'Neal from Metal Slug and Metal ''Metal Slug 2/X.2/X''. Yeah, this guy is extremely hard to defeat if you don't know how to predict his attacks. He can shot with his Machine Gun and if you try to move to the other side he just use a grenade towards you!
** Sol Dae Rokker from Metal ''Metal Slug 3.3''. Its only weak point is the small red jewel in its forehead and due to the boss moving constantly it can be quite difficult to shoot. The boss also levitates way above the player, meaning that you can't harm it with grenades. Most of its attacks aren't a big deal, but ThatOneAttack where it spreads a flurry of yellow beams in random patterns is a nightmare to dodge, specially after the boss is enraged.enraged.
** The SandMarine from ''Metal Slug 5''. While most of its attacks are easy to avoid, when it submerges/emerges it will fire a bomb volley and make hell literally rain upon you. You need extremely good reflexes to avoid the bomb spam and don't get cornered by this monster.



** The final boss of 2/X doesn't attack you directly, and instead sends groups of heavily armored flying enemies who spam indestructible lasers at you from all directions. It's as hard as it sounds.

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** The final boss of 2/X doesn't attack Crablops round two in ''Metal Slug XX''. While ''7'' was kind enough to lend you directly, a Slug Armor to fight the boss, in ''XX'' it was changed to a Slugnoid - the only Slug that undergoes literal battle damage and instead sends groups more than likely will end up useless after a few seconds of heavily armored flying enemies who spam indestructible lasers at battle, forcing you from all directions. It's as to fight Crablops stark naked. With the head spamming fireballs, plasma beams and restricting your movement with rocks, and the legs decreasing your maneuverable space by lauching bombs and acid worms, prepare for a hard as it sounds.battle. And that's not even taking into account when you get to the lift and Crablops GoesRed.
4th Jul '17 3:18:28 AM Edgar81539
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* The Drill Instructors.

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* ** The Drill Instructors.
29th Jun '17 3:01:19 AM 4444jdm
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** Nadia and Trevor have a fair bit of popularity for characters that are only playable in one game to date (and for [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute Suspiciously Similar Substitutes]] to Eri and Tarma).

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** Nadia and Trevor have a fair bit of popularity for characters that are only playable in one game to date before ''Defense'' (and for [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute Suspiciously Similar Substitutes]] to Eri and Tarma).
28th Mar '17 6:43:54 PM roman55
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* The Drill Instructors.
23rd Mar '17 4:46:10 PM LordDynasmon
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** Allen O'Neal from Metal Slug and Metal Slug 2/X. Yeah, this guy is extremely hard to defeat if you doesn't know how to predict his attacks. He can shot with his Machine Gun and if you try to move to the other side he just use a grenade towards you!

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** Allen O'Neal from Metal Slug and Metal Slug 2/X. Yeah, this guy is extremely hard to defeat if you doesn't don't know how to predict his attacks. He can shot with his Machine Gun and if you try to move to the other side he just use a grenade towards you!
12th Mar '17 5:02:53 AM 4444jdm
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** ''3D'''s final level is an entire BossBonanza of two BossOnlyLevel and nothing else. No powerups to collect as well.

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** ''3D'''s final level is an entire BossBonanza of two BossOnlyLevel and nothing else. No powerups to collect as well. Good luck fighting the SNKBoss in the second part.
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