History YMMV / TheWarriors

10th Jun '18 6:35:12 PM nombretomado
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* NoProblemWithLicensedGames: Among fans of the film, and even gamers in general, this is a much beloved adaptation of the film.

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* NoProblemWithLicensedGames: SugarWiki/NoProblemWithLicensedGames: Among fans of the film, and even gamers in general, this is a much beloved adaptation of the film.
23rd Feb '18 10:57:29 PM Toastclaimer
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** Also plays into ThatOneLevel with the roller coaster chase level. In this level your character [[OneDimensionalThinking apparently went to the Prometheus school of running away from things]] and doesn't think to just ''run off the tracks''. The resulting level is it is entirely a button masher; you must very rapidly press one button to not die instantly. The problem? Unless you've been training your fingers in some sort of Ninja Gaiden dojo it is nigh impossible to actually mash the button at the speeds the game expects. Gamers soon realized that no matter what they did the rollercoaster of doom would hit them ''just a few seconds in''. This leads to a good majority of players quitting at this section, since watching your character die instantly over and over every time with no variation and little to do killed most players interest ''very quickly''.

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** Also plays into ThatOneLevel with * ThatOneLevel: The mission Encore is definitely applicable here. In the roller coaster chase level. In middle of this level mission, your character [[OneDimensionalThinking is chased by a ghost train on tracks,[[OneDimensionalThinking apparently he went to the Prometheus school of running away from things]] and doesn't think to just ''run off the tracks''. The resulting level is it minigame is entirely a button masher; you must very rapidly press one button to not die instantly. The problem? Unless you've been training your fingers in some sort of Ninja Gaiden NinjaGaiden dojo it is nigh impossible to actually mash the button at the speeds the game expects. Gamers soon realized that no matter what they did the rollercoaster of doom would hit them ''just a few seconds in''. This leads to a good majority of players quitting at this section, since watching your character die instantly over and over every time with no variation and little to do killed most players interest ''very quickly''.
quickly'' as this is a mission ''required'' to continue the game.
23rd Feb '18 10:09:15 AM Toastclaimer
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** Also plays into ThatOneLevel with the roller coaster chase level. In this level your character [[OneDimensionalThinking apparently went to the Prometheus school of running away from things]] and doesn't think to just ''run off the tracks''. The resulting level is it is entirely a button masher; you must very rapidly press one button to not die instantly. The problem? Unless you've been training your fingers in some sort of Ninja Gaiden dojo it is nigh impossible to actually mash the button at the speeds the game expects. Gamers soon realized that no matter what they did the rollercoaster of doom would hit them ''just a few seconds in''. This leads to a good majority of players quitting at this section, since watching your character die instantly over and over every time with no variation and little to do killed most players interest ''very quickly''.
23rd Jan '18 10:26:43 AM Steven
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* NightmareRetardant: Unleash the Fury difficulty has the Warriors dressed up as the Furies. This in turn makes the actual Furies gang swap places by using Warriors character models. This can make the chase scene completely hilarious as you can see half a dozen Cowboys and Vermins chasing you down the street.
12th Jan '18 12:27:25 PM Elyana
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: The case can be made that Swan and Ajax are NotSoDifferent. Swan is considerably more pragmatic, but similarly eager to lead, happy to bust some heads, proud, and sexually aggressive. Tellingly, Swan's objection to Ajax staying behind to rape a woman alone at night in a park isn't that it's immoral, but simply the wrong time and place for such detours when they can do the same thing in the comfort of their own turf.

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: The case can be made that Swan and Ajax are NotSoDifferent. Swan is considerably more pragmatic, pragmatic than Ajax, but similarly eager to lead, happy to bust some heads, proud, and sexually aggressive. Tellingly, Swan's objection to Ajax staying behind to rape a woman alone at night in a park isn't that it's immoral, but simply the wrong time and place for such detours when they can do the same thing in the comfort of their own turf.
12th Jan '18 12:24:45 PM Elyana
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: The case can be made that Swan and Ajax are NotSoDifferent. Swan is considerably more pragmatic, but similarly eager to lead, happy to bust some heads, proud, and sexually aggressive. Tellingly, Swan's objection to Ajax staying behind to rape a woman alone at night in a park isn't that it's immoral, but simply the wrong time and place for such detours when they can do the same thing in the comfort of their own turf.
10th Jan '18 8:01:21 PM GeorgeCastanza
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** Speaking of Ajax, he's played by a young Creator/JamesRemar, in one of his first ever film roles.

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** Speaking of Ajax, he's Ajax is played by a young Creator/JamesRemar, in one of his first ever film roles.
18th Dec '17 11:33:36 AM dancs1985
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** One of the HeroAntagonist police officers is Sonny Landham, who would later be well-known six years later for his role as BadassNative Billy Sole in ''Film/{{Predator}}''.

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** One of the HeroAntagonist police officers is Sonny Landham, who would later be well-known six eight years later for his role as BadassNative Billy Sole in ''Film/{{Predator}}''.
24th Oct '17 12:08:00 AM Mikeyfan93
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** The radio announcer lady would eventually become the game show host for "Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego". Seriously.

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** The radio announcer lady is played by Lynne Thigpen, who would eventually become the game show host for "Where later go on to portray The Chief in the World is Carmen Sandiego". Seriously.''Series/WhereInTheWorldIsCarmenSandiego''.
15th Sep '17 8:05:42 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* HoYay: A street gang with a ratio of nine physically fit men to one rather homely woman? Almost all of whom bare their chests? [[ManlyGay And insist on fighting hand-to-hand]]? And are BashBrothers? And the movie's loosely based on an ancient Greek legend? It's almost inevitable - and, in particular, hard to resist the temptation to "slash" Ajax and Cowboy.
-->'''Cowboy:''' He saved my ass back there. We have to go back for him.
** As mentioned in the main page, Rembrandt is uncomfortable and disinterested in the Lizzies' seduction, suggesting he is gay.

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* HoYay: A street gang with The Warriors are a ratio group of nine [[ManlyGay physically fit fit]] young men to one rather homely woman? Almost all of whom bare their chests? [[ManlyGay And insist on fighting hand-to-hand]]? And are BashBrothers? And the movie's who wear matching leather outfits, including vests worn open. The fact that they're BashBrothers in a story loosely based on an ancient Greek legend? It's almost inevitable - and, legend go even further in particular, hard providing some homosexual subtext to resist the temptation to "slash" Ajax and Cowboy.
-->'''Cowboy:''' He saved my ass back there. We have to go back for him.
** As mentioned in the main page, Rembrandt is uncomfortable and disinterested in the Lizzies' seduction, suggesting he is gay.
affair.



* SignatureScene: Luther clanking the glass bottles together with his fingers and taunting the Warriors with the chant "Warriors, come out to play!".

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* SignatureScene: The film has two that have achieved memetic notoriety.
** Cyrus's speech, culminating in his "Can you dig it?" rallying cry.
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Luther clanking the glass bottles together with his fingers and taunting the Warriors with the chant "Warriors, come out to play!".
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