History YMMV / SenkoNoRonde

7th Nov '17 11:44:43 AM ViperAcidZX
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* HilariousInHindsight: ''Senko no Ronde'' was often dubbed as "''VideoGame/VirtualOn'' in 2D" by fans of these games. Fast-forward to late 2017, G.rev revealed on an issue of Famitsu a {{crossover}} DLC featuring Temjin from Sega's ''Virtual-ON'' as a playable character (along with the titular Assault Suit from NCS's ''VideoGame/AssaultSuitsValken'').

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* HilariousInHindsight: ''Senko no Ronde'' was often dubbed as "''VideoGame/VirtualOn'' in 2D" by fans of these games. Fast-forward to late 2017, G.rev revealed on an issue of Famitsu a {{crossover}} DLC featuring Temjin from Sega's ''Virtual-ON'' as a playable character (along with the titular Assault Suit from NCS's ''VideoGame/AssaultSuitsValken'').''VideoGame/AssaultSuitsValken'') and finally release on November 2017.


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* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: A few points of contention rose with ''Senko no Ronde 2'', especially for those that were able to play the original ''Senko no Ronde DUO''.
** The aforementioned artstyle changed for the characters which put off some players and fans of the original artists' artstyle (the character art were previously handled Shuji Sogabe and Mizuki Takayama from the first game and in ''DUO''). Although the original character art from ''DUO'' can be seen in the Story Mode since it was ported from Xbox 360 version, many wish they could have the original artists back for the rest of the game.
** Removing the ability to select your support character and having prefixed them per character in ''2'', which many argued that it limits the match-up potential that ''DUO'' originally had. This was thankfully remedied with the ''Virtual-ON & Assault Suit Valken DLC'' update which brought back the ability to select any support character.
1st Oct '17 6:32:33 PM ViperAcidZX
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* BrokenBase: The art change in''Senko no Ronde 2'' has fans torn in three ways: swearing off buying the game, disliking it but still planning on getting the game (and fearing the backlash), and a few like it.

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* BrokenBase: The art change in''Senko in ''Senko no Ronde 2'' has fans torn in three ways: swearing off buying the game, disliking it but still planning on getting the game (and fearing the backlash), and a few like it.
25th Sep '17 7:55:20 PM ViperAcidZX
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: The game's soundtrack is composed by a former ZUNTATA composer afterall.

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: The game's soundtrack is composed by a former ZUNTATA composer afterall.after all.


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* PlayTheGameSkipTheStory: A common complaint about the first ''Senko no Ronde'' on the Xbox 360 was how the Story Mode was presented. In order for players to get to certain branching paths, they must listen in on or ignore certain dialogue or allow the opponent to go B.O.S.S. mode and survive. What makes this egregious is that players must draw the battle out as long as possible for the characters to interact, which also means taking your attention off your opponent to read the subtitles of what they're saying while they pull no punches of their own, leading to players to ignore most of the story. Furthermore, narrative isn't built at all during the Story Mode and trusts you into a battle with little context of why you're fighting the opponent the game pits you against, yet the game's in-game encyclopedia can fill you in on what's happening after the fact. The sequel addressed this with dialogue that properly takes place before and after matches with its Story Mode.
20th Sep '17 11:55:08 PM ViperAcidZX
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* SpiritualAdaptation: ''Senko no Ronde'' is possibly the closest thing to a ''Toward the Terra'' game that nobody has never played. Alternatively, it's ''VideoGame/VirtualOn'' [-IN TWO DIMENSIONS!-]

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* HilariousInHindsight: ''Senko no Ronde'' was often dubbed as "''VideoGame/VirtualOn'' in 2D" by fans of these games. Fast-forward to late 2017, G.rev revealed on an issue of Famitsu a {{crossover}} DLC featuring Temjin from Sega's ''Virtual-ON'' as a playable character (along with the titular Assault Suit from NCS's ''VideoGame/AssaultSuitsValken'').
* SpiritualAdaptation: ''Senko no Ronde'' is possibly the closest thing to a ''Toward the Terra'' game that nobody has never played. Alternatively, it's ''VideoGame/VirtualOn'' ''Virtual-ON'' [-IN TWO DIMENSIONS!-]



* TheWoobie: Lili.

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8th Jul '17 3:07:49 AM ReiKusanagi
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* BrokenBase: The art change in''Senko no Ronde 2'' has fans torn in three ways: swearing off buying the game, disliking it but still planning on getting the game (and fearing the backlash), and a few like it.
30th May '17 5:31:12 PM ViperAcidZX
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* SpiritualLicensee: ''Senko no Ronde'' is possibly the closest thing to a ''Toward the Terra'' game that nobody has never played. Alternatively, it's ''VideoGame/VirtualOn'' [-IN TWO DIMENSIONS!-]

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* SpiritualLicensee: SpiritualAdaptation: ''Senko no Ronde'' is possibly the closest thing to a ''Toward the Terra'' game that nobody has never played. Alternatively, it's ''VideoGame/VirtualOn'' [-IN TWO DIMENSIONS!-]



** They haven't been since the mid 90's at latest.
14th Oct '15 12:41:16 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* SpiritualLicensee: ''Senko no Ronde'' is possibly the closest thing to a ''Toward the Terra'' game that nobody has never played.

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* SpiritualLicensee: ''Senko no Ronde'' is possibly the closest thing to a ''Toward the Terra'' game that nobody has never played. Alternatively, it's ''VideoGame/VirtualOn'' [-IN TWO DIMENSIONS!-]
15th Jun '15 10:19:11 AM MechWarrior
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* AwesomeMusic: The game's soundtrack is composed by a former ZUNTATA composer afterall.

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* AwesomeMusic: SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: The game's soundtrack is composed by a former ZUNTATA composer afterall.
19th May '14 10:01:03 PM Discontent
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* NeedsMoreLove: With all the effort poured into ''Senko no Ronde'''s development -- a storyline and artstyle heavily influenced by ''Manga/TowardTheTerra'', mechnical design of the artist behind the ''VideoGame/{{Xenosaga}}'' series (for Episodes ''I'' and ''II''), musical composition of a ex-ZUNTATA member, and combining [[FightingGame two]] [[ShootEmUp genres]] no one would expect to be possible -- only to receive harsh criticism in the U.S. for the {{Xbox 360}} version. It is perhaps one of most the unappreciated Xbox 360 titles to be released outside of Japan.
** The fact it was released on a system whose fanbase majority is naturally unappreciative of the shoot 'em ups genre; though this was before the shoot 'em up explosion on the Xbox 360 (Creator/{{CAVE}} with their various classics on XBLA and region-free imports).
30th Dec '13 8:16:57 AM ViperAcidZX
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* SpiritualLicensee: ''Senko no Ronde'' is possibly the closest thing to a ''Toward the Terra'' game that nobody has never played.
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