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Actor Allusion: Tons. One of the most notable being Valkyrie wanting to be called as "Seventeen" by Kurt and Riela.
Bad Export for You: Apparently, even instrumental versions of certain songs have to be licensed separately from the game. As such, the American version has a number of Cut Songs, including World's Love, Over The Clouds, If You Wish For..., Ring a Bell, Mexican Flyer, HIGH-RISE TO HELL (from Dynamite Deka/Die Hard Arcade), and most disappointingly, ROCKS. It doesn't even have Wing Wanderer!
Doing It for the Art: For the western release, the rights for every single character had to be re-negotiated. So they did.
Fan Nickname: Bruce Willis for Bruno Delinger, for obvious reasons.
Hey, It's That Voice!: Nearly every character featured has had either their original or recent voice actor reprise their role. Here's the full list
Marth Debuted in Smash Bros.: Less than you might think.
The Valkyrie no Boken series was never released in the West.
The protagonists fall into this trope. Selvaria Bles does not, having debuted in the Valkyria Chronicles III first game.
Although only the fifth game was released in America, we did get Sakura Wars The Anime of the Game, several OVAs, The Movie, and part of a manga adaptation. As such, the only Sakura Wars characters to fall under this trope are Ciseaux and (possibly) Aya-me.
Some characters avoid this trope because they were already subjected to it.
Name's the Same: Both KOS-MOS and X have an X Buster, either as an attack or a weapon (though only X uses it in the opening while KOS-MOS uses her Arm Cannon). Also both Sanger and Kaguya wield their own 'Zankantou', although this is very intentional.
We also have two Alisas, and both from the same company even! And of course, this isn't left unlampshaded.
There are two mooks named "Goblin": one is an enemy from and the other is a Gnosis from .hack .
Xenosaga The game abbreviates Cross Points as XP, which can lead some people to believe the combo bonuses give experience points. Experience is abbreviated as EXP.
The game itself to a level from Sonic Advance.
No Export for You: For the first time,
averted! Relationship Voice Actor: Naturally tons considering just how huge the cast is. Examples include;
Talking to Himself: Inevitable with the size of the cast. Some examples include:
Demitri, Haken, Batsu and Stehoney. This is even alluded in-game!.
Leanne and Riela.
New one: Since Bahn will be voiced by Hiroki Takahashi, him talking with Ryu counts.
Mariko Suzuki already does Acting for Two with KOS-MOS and T-elos, but then Yumeria's Neito is then added to the mix. You can even put Neneko in KOS-MOS and T-elos Pair Unit and all three would argue with each other.
Maaya Sakamoto is voicing Xiaoyu, Alisa and Aura.
Chisa Yokoyama voices both Sakura and The Servbots, and it's even lampshaded with this pre-battle conversation:
Servbot: Imperial Flower Combat Troupe! Arrived! Sakura: Eh!?..... Imperial Flower Combat Troupe, Arrived! Ichiro: Oh!....Here we go, Sakura, Kobun!
Fumiko Orikasa is doing double duty as Chun-Li and Lady.
There's also Masumi Asano as Black Rose and Imca, as well as Isshin Chiba voicing a player character ( Jin) and an enemy character ( Jedah).
Ai Orikasa as Aya-Me and Saya.
The Other Darrin: Xiaoyu is using her Blood Vengeance voice than the original one. To be fair though, Sakamoto does Xiaoyu's voice for Tekken Tag Tournament 2 as well.
What Could Have Been: When asked by a fan (and later by Tetsu Inada, who does voice Arthur in this game) why Ratsel Feinschmecker isn't in the game, according to Takanobu Terada, Gilliam Yeager was supposed to be included in the game.
The Wiki Rule: It's not that developed, but it exists