History YMMV / StarGladiator

21st Sep '16 9:09:22 PM SecretStrategist
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* TearJerker: Rimgal's death in the first game. It's bad enough that June's father was transformed into a Velociraptor dinosaur against his will by Bilstein and that he tries to fight his transformation, but is unable to do so and upon realizing that he might pose as a potential threat to June and her friends, Rimgal decides to [[DrivenToSuicide kill]] [[DownerEnding himself]] in order to ensure that his daughter is completely safe from him. The music that plays during Rimgal's TrueEnding scenario ''does not help one bit'' when it comes to the full extent of the entire tear jerking scenario involving Rimgal.

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* TearJerker: Rimgal's death [[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs Rimgal]]'s [[KilledOffForReal death]] in the first game. It's bad enough that June's father was transformed into a Velociraptor dinosaur against his will by Bilstein and that he tries to fight his transformation, but is unable to do so and upon realizing that he might pose as a potential threat to June and her friends, Rimgal decides to [[DrivenToSuicide kill]] [[DownerEnding himself]] in order to ensure that his daughter is completely safe from him. The music that plays during Rimgal's TrueEnding scenario ''does not help one bit'' when it comes to the full extent of the entire tear jerking scenario involving Rimgal.Rimgal.
** [[LadyOfWar Claire]]'s [[RedemptionEqualsDeath death]] in the second game. Near the end of her story scenario, Claire is about to make her final move against Gerelt when Luca suddenly appears, under orders from Gore to kill Claire. Despite Claire's victory, Luca unexpectedly explodes from a Plasma energy overload and that Claire herself ends up [[TakingTheBullet shielding Gerelt from the explosion with her own body]]. As a distraught Gerelt [[DiedInYourArmsTonight holds Claire in his arms]], Claire wonders herself on why she had suddenly saved Gerelt when least expected, but is still very happy to see Gerelt being safe and asks him to continue holding her and not let her go as she slowly succumbs to her own wounds and dies, causing Gerelt to [[SayMyName say her name from within an emotional and agonizing state]].
21st Sep '16 8:32:15 PM SecretStrategist
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Out of the entire cast, June is quite popular with the fans. Probably why was the main representative for the series in ''VideoGame/ProjectXZone''.
** Ele also has her own share of fans as well.

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Out of the entire cast, June is quite popular with the fans. Probably fans, thus being quite possibly the sole reason of why June was chosen to be the main representative for the series in ''VideoGame/ProjectXZone''.
** Ele also has her own share of fans as well. [[spoiler:It's quite safe to say that Ele had undoubtedly inherited the same lovable charisma that her own mother June has upon sight]].


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* TearJerker: Rimgal's death in the first game. It's bad enough that June's father was transformed into a Velociraptor dinosaur against his will by Bilstein and that he tries to fight his transformation, but is unable to do so and upon realizing that he might pose as a potential threat to June and her friends, Rimgal decides to [[DrivenToSuicide kill]] [[DownerEnding himself]] in order to ensure that his daughter is completely safe from him. The music that plays during Rimgal's TrueEnding scenario ''does not help one bit'' when it comes to the full extent of the entire tear jerking scenario involving Rimgal.
25th Aug '16 7:13:13 AM Eyeshield
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Out of the entire cast, June is quite popular with the fans.

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Out of the entire cast, June is quite popular with the fans. Probably why was the main representative for the series in ''VideoGame/ProjectXZone''.



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21st May '14 3:44:35 AM Discontent
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* NeedsMoreLove: The series isn't well-known to most people and that it usually goes unfairly ignored, which is quite frustrating given the fact that the series is literally Creator/{{Capcom}}'s variation take on ''Franchise/StarWars'' and that it has its own interesting diverse cast of characters and a unique yet effective storyline. Of course, it's not the only lesser-known fighting game in Capcom's long list of fighters (''VideoGame/RivalSchools'', ''VideoGame/PowerStone'', ''VideoGame/TechRomancer'').


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13th May '14 9:10:38 AM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: [[MadScientist Dr.]] Edward [[BigBad Bilstein]] blackmailed a famous fencer/matador into working for him by kidnapping/threatening his family. On top of that, he planted a bomb in his body to ensure his "loyalty." He has less than pleasant plans for the people on Earth, and killed the parents of one the main characters [[spoiler:and then turns the father into a plasma-wielding dinosaur.]] He also uses some denizens from another character's home planet to take over it. Then he orphaned, kidnapped and enslaved a young child who has the biggest plasma power potential in the galaxy. [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness Once his minions have done all his orders]], he's going to use their Plasma power for his ultimate weapon. He plans to use [[DaddysLittleVillain his own loving daughter]] as a guinea pig by which he can breed a new race of humans solely to use their limitless Plasma power to aid in his attempts to [[TakeOverTheWorld Take Over The Universe]] are another arguable offense. Even when [[spoiler:Rain, in her true ending, rebels against her father and decides to become galactic ruler in his place]], it seems like that outcome is the lesser of two evils by a wide margin given the sheer malice Bilstein is capable of.

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* CompleteMonster: [[MadScientist Dr.]] Edward [[EmperorScientist Edward]] [[BigBad Bilstein]] blackmailed a famous fencer/matador into working for him by kidnapping/threatening his family. On top of that, he planted a bomb in his body to ensure his "loyalty." He has less than pleasant plans for the people on Earth, and killed the parents of one the main characters [[spoiler:and then turns the father into a plasma-wielding dinosaur.]] He also uses some denizens from another character's home planet to take over it. Then he orphaned, kidnapped and enslaved a young child who has the biggest plasma power potential in the galaxy. [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness Once his minions have done all his orders]], he's going to use their Plasma power for his ultimate weapon. He plans to use [[DaddysLittleVillain his own loving daughter]] as a guinea pig by which he can breed a new race of humans solely to use their limitless Plasma power to aid in his attempts to [[TakeOverTheWorld Take Over The Universe]] are another arguable offense. Even when [[spoiler:Rain, in her true ending, rebels against her father and decides to become galactic ruler in his place]], it seems like that outcome is the lesser of two evils by a wide margin given the sheer malice Bilstein is capable of.
30th Mar '14 5:36:42 AM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: Bilstein. Let's count his atrocities, shall we? First, he blackmailed a famous fencer/matador into working for him by kidnapping/threatening his family. On top of that, he planted a bomb in his body to ensure his "loyalty." He has less than pleasant plans for the people on Earth, and killed the parents of one the main characters [[spoiler:and then turns the father into a plasma-wielding dinosaur.]] He also uses some denizens from another character's home planet to take over it. Then he orphaned, kidnapped and enslaved a young child who has the biggest plasma power potential in the galaxy. [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness Oh, and once his minions have done all his orders]], he's going to use their Plasma power for his ultimate weapon. He plans to use [[DaddysLittleVillain his own loving daughter]] as a guinea pig by which he can breed a new race of humans solely to use their limitless Plasma power to aid in his attempts to [[TakeOverTheWorld Take Over The Universe]] are another arguable offense. Even when [[spoiler:Rain, in her true ending, rebels against her father and decides to become galactic ruler in his place]], it seems like that outcome is the lesser of two evils by a wide margin given the sheer malice Bilstein is capable of.

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* CompleteMonster: Bilstein. Let's count his atrocities, shall we? First, he [[MadScientist Dr.]] Edward [[BigBad Bilstein]] blackmailed a famous fencer/matador into working for him by kidnapping/threatening his family. On top of that, he planted a bomb in his body to ensure his "loyalty." He has less than pleasant plans for the people on Earth, and killed the parents of one the main characters [[spoiler:and then turns the father into a plasma-wielding dinosaur.]] He also uses some denizens from another character's home planet to take over it. Then he orphaned, kidnapped and enslaved a young child who has the biggest plasma power potential in the galaxy. [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness Oh, and once Once his minions have done all his orders]], he's going to use their Plasma power for his ultimate weapon. He plans to use [[DaddysLittleVillain his own loving daughter]] as a guinea pig by which he can breed a new race of humans solely to use their limitless Plasma power to aid in his attempts to [[TakeOverTheWorld Take Over The Universe]] are another arguable offense. Even when [[spoiler:Rain, in her true ending, rebels against her father and decides to become galactic ruler in his place]], it seems like that outcome is the lesser of two evils by a wide margin given the sheer malice Bilstein is capable of.
31st Dec '13 3:47:17 PM RetroFriday
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* NeedsMoreLove: The series isn't well-known to most people and that it usually goes unfairly ignored, which is quite frustrating given the fact that the series is literally Creator/{{Capcom}}'s variation take on Franchise/StarWars and that it has its own interesting diverse cast of characters and a unique yet effective storyline. Of course, it's not the only lesser-known fighting game series in Capcom's long list of fighters (VideoGame/RivalSchools, VideoGame/PowerStone, VideoGame/TechRomancer).

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* NeedsMoreLove: The series isn't well-known to most people and that it usually goes unfairly ignored, which is quite frustrating given the fact that the series is literally Creator/{{Capcom}}'s variation take on Franchise/StarWars ''Franchise/StarWars'' and that it has its own interesting diverse cast of characters and a unique yet effective storyline. Of course, it's not the only lesser-known fighting game series in Capcom's long list of fighters (VideoGame/RivalSchools, VideoGame/PowerStone, VideoGame/TechRomancer).(''VideoGame/RivalSchools'', ''VideoGame/PowerStone'', ''VideoGame/TechRomancer'').
31st Dec '13 3:42:15 PM RetroFriday
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* NeedsMoreLove: The series isn't well-known to most people and that it usually goes unfairly ignored. Of course, it's not the only lesser-known fighting game in Creator/{{Capcom}}'s long list of fighters (VideoGame/RivalSchools, VideoGame/PowerStone, VideoGame/TechRomancer).

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* NeedsMoreLove: The series isn't well-known to most people and that it usually goes unfairly ignored. ignored, which is quite frustrating given the fact that the series is literally Creator/{{Capcom}}'s variation take on Franchise/StarWars and that it has its own interesting diverse cast of characters and a unique yet effective storyline. Of course, it's not the only lesser-known fighting game series in Creator/{{Capcom}}'s Capcom's long list of fighters (VideoGame/RivalSchools, VideoGame/PowerStone, VideoGame/TechRomancer).
30th Dec '13 3:17:30 PM RetroFriday
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* NeedsMoreLoveNeedsMoreLove: The series isn't well-known to most people and that it usually goes unfairly ignored. Of course, it's not the only lesser-known fighting game in Creator/{{Capcom}}'s long list of fighters (VideoGame/RivalSchools, VideoGame/PowerStone, VideoGame/TechRomancer).
30th Dec '13 2:42:50 PM RetroFriday
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