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** Meanwhile, the English release of ''Burst'' on the PSP had a different example concerning its DLC. There were certainly hopes and demands for it amongst the players, but [=D3Publisher=] ''bluntly stated'' on their Facebook page that they would not bring over any of the DLC due to localization issues (i.e. the third-party promotional/collaboration items). Happily, later releases have avoided this issue.

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** Meanwhile, the English release of ''Burst'' on the PSP had a different example concerning its DLC. There were certainly hopes and demands for it amongst the players, but [=D3Publisher=] ''bluntly stated'' on their Facebook page that they would not bring over any of the DLC due to localization issues (i.e. the third-party promotional/collaboration items). Happily, later releases have avoided this issue.issue, thanks in part to Namco keeping things in-house.


** Meanwhile, the English release of ''Burst'' on the PSP had a different example concerning its DLC. There were certainly hopes and demands for it amongst the players, but [=D3Publisher=] ''bluntly stated'' on their Facebook page that they would not bring over any of the DLC due to localization issues (i.e. the third-party promotional/collaboration items).

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** Meanwhile, the English release of ''Burst'' on the PSP had a different example concerning its DLC. There were certainly hopes and demands for it amongst the players, but [=D3Publisher=] ''bluntly stated'' on their Facebook page that they would not bring over any of the DLC due to localization issues (i.e. the third-party promotional/collaboration items). Happily, later releases have avoided this issue.


* NoExportForYou: The initial releases of the first two numbered entries were not released outside of Asia. Given the improvements in the {{Updated Rerelease}}s, however, the only real complaint about this is how [[SequelGap long it took]] said releases to get English translations and exports. Similarly, Namco has never shown any interest in exporting the mobile titles (two of which have, as of 2019, concluded service) or most of the ancillary media. One of the things stirring interest in ''[=GE3=]'' is that it will be the first initial-release numbered title to come out in English.

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The initial releases of the first two numbered entries were not released outside of Asia. Given the improvements in the {{Updated Rerelease}}s, however, the only real complaint about this is how [[SequelGap long it took]] said releases to get English translations and exports. Similarly, Namco has never shown any interest in exporting the mobile titles (two of which have, as of 2019, concluded service) or most of the ancillary media. One of the things stirring interest in ''[=GE3=]'' is that it will be the first initial-release numbered title to come out in English.English.
** Meanwhile, the English release of ''Burst'' on the PSP had a different example concerning its DLC. There were certainly hopes and demands for it amongst the players, but [=D3Publisher=] ''bluntly stated'' on their Facebook page that they would not bring over any of the DLC due to localization issues (i.e. the third-party promotional/collaboration items).


* FollowTheLeader: A zig-zagged example: ''God Eater'' copies the basics of the "Hunting RPG" formula from ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter'' (hunt a big thing, gather its bits, make new stuff, player power is determined purely by gear, you play in a party of up to four people). It did, however, introduce a number of new features (including some that certain ''MH'' fans had wanted to see for years when it first released: the hunts are ''much'' faster (both in the pace of play itself as well as how quickly a single hunt can be concluded), you can carry both a melee and ranged weapon (and there's interplay between the two), you can fill out the party with [=NPCs=] instead of just one "Palico" if you wish to play solo, the aesthetic is [[DarkerAndEdgier significantly different]] and the [[EldritchAbomination monsters themselves]] are VERY different, and the series has prided itself on having an actual, continuous narrative - something which ''Monster Hunter'' didn't really have when ''[=GE1=]'' released.

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A zig-zagged example: ''God Eater'' copies the basics of the "Hunting RPG" formula from ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter'' (hunt a big thing, gather its bits, make new stuff, player power is determined purely by gear, you play in a party of up to four people). It did, however, introduce a number of new features (including some that certain ''MH'' fans had wanted to see for years when it first released: released): the hunts are ''much'' faster (both in the pace of play itself as well as how quickly a single hunt can be concluded), you can carry both a melee and ranged weapon (and there's interplay between the two), you can fill out the party with [=NPCs=] instead of just one "Palico" if you wish to play solo, the aesthetic is [[DarkerAndEdgier significantly different]] and the [[EldritchAbomination monsters themselves]] are VERY different, and the series has prided itself on having an actual, continuous narrative - something which ''Monster Hunter'' didn't really have when ''[=GE1=]'' released.


* NoExportForYou: The initial releases of the first two numbered entries were not released outside of Asia. Given the improvements in the {{Updated Rerelease}}s, however, the only real complaint about this is how [[SlowExportForYou long it took]] said releases to get English translations and exports. Similarly, Namco has never shown any interest in exporting the mobile titles (two of which have now concluded service) or most of the ancillary media. One of the things stirring interest in ''[=GE3=]'' is that it will be the first initial-release numbered title to come out in English.

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* NoExportForYou: The initial releases of the first two numbered entries were not released outside of Asia. Given the improvements in the {{Updated Rerelease}}s, however, the only real complaint about this is how [[SlowExportForYou [[SequelGap long it took]] said releases to get English translations and exports. Similarly, Namco has never shown any interest in exporting the mobile titles (two of which have now have, as of 2019, concluded service) or most of the ancillary media. One of the things stirring interest in ''[=GE3=]'' is that it will be the first initial-release numbered title to come out in English.



* SlowExportForYou: The wait in English-speaking territories for ''God Eater 2'' was excruciating. The initial version released in November 2013... and, one UpdatedRerelease later, the Anglosphere finally got ''Rage Burst'' on August 30th, 20'''16''', almost three years after ''[=GE2=]'' first released (and a good solid ''[[SequelGap half decade]]'' after [=D3Publisher's=] release of ''GE Burst'').

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* SlowExportForYou: SequelGap: From a localization perspective, at least. The wait in English-speaking territories for ''God Eater 2'' was was, in a word, excruciating. The initial version released in November 2013... and, one UpdatedRerelease later, the Anglosphere finally got ''Rage Burst'' on August 30th, 20'''16''', almost three years after ''[=GE2=]'' first released (and a good solid ''[[SequelGap half decade]]'' ''half decade'' after [=D3Publisher's=] release of ''GE Burst'').


* FollowTheLeader: This game copied the VideoGame/MonsterHunter hunting formula and four people party size. The speed the of hunts, [=NPCs=], weapons of choice, [[DarkerAndEdgier tone]] and [[EldritchAbomination monsters]] themselves are VERY different, not to mention having an ''actual'' plot.

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* FollowTheLeader: This game copied A zig-zagged example: ''God Eater'' copies the VideoGame/MonsterHunter hunting basics of the "Hunting RPG" formula and four people from ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter'' (hunt a big thing, gather its bits, make new stuff, player power is determined purely by gear, you play in a party size. The speed of up to four people). It did, however, introduce a number of new features (including some that certain ''MH'' fans had wanted to see for years when it first released: the hunts are ''much'' faster (both in the pace of hunts, [=NPCs=], weapons play itself as well as how quickly a single hunt can be concluded), you can carry both a melee and ranged weapon (and there's interplay between the two), you can fill out the party with [=NPCs=] instead of choice, just one "Palico" if you wish to play solo, the aesthetic is [[DarkerAndEdgier tone]] significantly different]] and the [[EldritchAbomination monsters]] themselves monsters themselves]] are VERY different, not to mention and the series has prided itself on having an ''actual'' plot.actual, continuous narrative - something which ''Monster Hunter'' didn't really have when ''[=GE1=]'' released.



* NoExportForYou: The 1st and 2nd games were not released outside of Asia. [[AvertedTrope However]], their [[UpdatedRerelease Updated Re-releases]] were.

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* NoExportForYou: The 1st and 2nd games initial releases of the first two numbered entries were not released outside of Asia. [[AvertedTrope However]], their [[UpdatedRerelease Updated Re-releases]] were.Given the improvements in the {{Updated Rerelease}}s, however, the only real complaint about this is how [[SlowExportForYou long it took]] said releases to get English translations and exports. Similarly, Namco has never shown any interest in exporting the mobile titles (two of which have now concluded service) or most of the ancillary media. One of the things stirring interest in ''[=GE3=]'' is that it will be the first initial-release numbered title to come out in English.



* UrbanLegendOfZelda: In God Eater Burst, it is rumored that Kanon Daiba has the "God of Rare Drops" skill, which increases the chance of getting rare materials after a mission. Even though it's been proven false, some players will still bring her along for luck when they're hunting for that last item they need for an upgrade.

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* SlowExportForYou: The wait in English-speaking territories for ''God Eater 2'' was excruciating. The initial version released in November 2013... and, one UpdatedRerelease later, the Anglosphere finally got ''Rage Burst'' on August 30th, 20'''16''', almost three years after ''[=GE2=]'' first released (and a good solid ''[[SequelGap half decade]]'' after [=D3Publisher's=] release of ''GE Burst'').
* UrbanLegendOfZelda: In God ''God Eater Burst, Burst'', it is was rumored that Kanon Daiba has had the "God of Rare Drops" skill, which skill (which increases the chance of getting rare materials after a mission.mission) as a hidden bonus skill (as an GameplayAndStoryIntegration joke about her luck). Even though it's been proven false, some players will still bring her along for luck when they're hunting for that last item they need for an upgrade.


* TroubledProduction: The anime for ''God Eater'' started running into problems even before it began airing, with the first episode having its initial selective screening on June 28 in Akihabara cancelled and then having its official air date bumped back a week. The most eyebrow-raising thing of this whole incident is that Creator/{{ufotable}} is making this show, and this is the first time they've run across production problems so bad they had to announce delays ''twice.'' On the ''first'' episode, no less, which is unheard of in the anime industry.

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* TroubledProduction: The anime for ''God Eater'' started running into problems even before it began airing, with the first episode having its initial selective screening on June 28 in Akihabara cancelled and then having its official air date bumped back a week. The most eyebrow-raising thing of this whole incident is that Creator/{{ufotable}} is making this show, and this is the first time they've run across production problems so bad they had to announce delays ''twice.'' On the ''first'' episode, no less, which is unheard of in the anime industry. It is generally thought that the budget for ''Anime/FateStayNightUnlimitedBladeWorks'' caused the series to have significantly lower money available for it, resulting in the project being heavily hurt.


** But in the end the last 4 Episode did successfully air on TV......after ''about half a year''.

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** But in the end the last 4 Episode episodes did successfully air on TV......after ''about half a year''.

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** ''God Eater Offshot'' is more or less a blatant copy of ''VideoGame/DeadOrAlive Xtreme 3''. The major difference is ''Offshot'' has male characters, but the game itself has very limited features compared to ''[=DOAX3=]''.

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* NamesTheSame: Bizarrely enough, Sayuka Tachibana is also the name of the gun-wielding rider, Kamen Rider Garren, from ''Series/KamenRiderBlade''.

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** But in the end the last 4 Episode did successfully air on TV......after ''about half a year''.



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* UrbanLegendOfZelda: In God Eater Burst, it is rumored that Kanon Daiba has the "God of Rare Drops" skill, which increases the chance of getting rare materials after a mission. Even though it's been proven false, some players will still bring her along for luck when they're hunting for that last item they need for an upgrade.


* TheOtherDarrin: For the dub version ''God Eater 2: Rage Burst'', nearly every returning character is voiced by a different actor.

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* TheOtherDarrin: For the dub version ''God Eater 2: Rage versions of ''Resurrection'' and ''Rage Burst'', nearly every returning character is several of the characters from ''Burst'' are voiced by a different actor.
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** [[SerialEscalation The logical conclusion has been reached]]: the numerous episode delays took their toll, and it turns out that [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/daily-briefs/2015-09-20/god-eater-episode-9-listed-as-final-tv-episode-next-sunday/.93181 the series will not be able to finish airing on TV.]]

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** [[SerialEscalation The logical conclusion has been reached]]: the numerous episode delays took their toll, and it turns out that [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/daily-briefs/2015-09-20/god-eater-episode-9-listed-as-final-tv-episode-next-sunday/.93181 the series will not be able to finish airing on TV.]]]]
* TheOtherDarrin: The dub only has actors Creator/KyleHebert, Creator/MichelleRuff, Creator/MaryElizabethMcGlynn and Creator/WendeeLee come back as Lindow, Sakuya, Tsubaki and Aisha from the original ''Burst'' game dub. Everyone else has been completely replaced, though confusingly some of the recasts fall in line with the new dubs of the ''Resurrection'' and ''Rage Burst'' games (Creator/PatrickSeitz as Johannes, Creator/SpikeSpencer as Paylor) while others don't (Creator/JohnnyYongBosch, Creator/YuriLowenthal and Creator/KateHiggins still voice Kota, Soma and Alisa in the games but they're replaced by Creator/LucienDodge, Creator/CrispinFreeman and Creator/CheramiLeigh in the anime)



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* TheOtherDarrin: For the dub version ''God Eater 2: Rage Burst'', nearly every returning character is voiced by a different actor.

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