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Unrelated to VideoGame/BigBangMini.

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Unrelated Not to VideoGame/BigBangMini.be confused with ''VideoGame/BigBangMini'' or ''Series/TheBigBangTheory''.

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Despite that, it maintains a cult following in some online fighting game circles, and a sequel, ''[[http://aja-games.com/aja_blog/ Big Bang Beat Revolve]]'', or ''BBBR'', has been made by [[VideoGame/KoumajouDensetsu Frontier Aja]], who took over production from NRF and periodically released alpha versions of the game prior to its debut at Comiket 80.

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Despite that, it maintains a cult following in some online fighting game circles, and a sequel, ''[[http://aja-games.com/aja_blog/ Big Bang Beat Revolve]]'', or ''BBBR'', has been made by [[VideoGame/KoumajouDensetsu Frontier Aja]], who took over production from NRF and periodically released alpha versions of the game prior to its debut at Comiket 80.
80. Unfortunately, with Frontier Aja's own closure, BBBR updates have also stopped.



* {{Delinquents}}: Ren, Sanzou, Agito, and Rouga, though only the first two have the 'look' of the Japanese variety. They are joined in the second game by the Miyazato Gundan.

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* {{Delinquents}}: Ren, Sanzou, Agito, and Rouga, though only the first two have the 'look' of the stereotypical Japanese variety. They are joined in the second game by the Miyazato Gundan.



* GlassCannon: In ''BBB'', Super Heita's defensive skills are fairly low compared to his damage output because he loses life as he attacks. Luckily, picking up B-Crystals helps to mitigate the health loss. In ''BBBR'', Senna and Kunagi both can fit into this mold, since they have below average health and incredibly damaging setups.
* HPToOne: Heita's "Decade Knuckle" causes this effect on ''himself'' when used in ''BBB'' or ''BBBR''. This is a reference to [[spoiler:its life-draining property in ''Big Bang Age'', where it costs him 10 years of life just to use it once; if you use it 7 times in that game, he dies]].

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* GlassCannon: In ''BBB'', Super Heita's defensive skills are fairly low compared to his absurd damage output because he loses life as he attacks. Luckily, picking up B-Crystals helps to mitigate the health loss. In ''BBBR'', Senna and Kunagi both can fit into this mold, since they have below average health and incredibly damaging setups.
* HPToOne: Heita's "Decade Knuckle" causes this effect on ''himself'' when used in ''BBB'' or ''BBBR''. This [[spoiler:This is a reference to [[spoiler:its its life-draining property in ''Big Bang Age'', where it costs him 10 years of life just to use it once; if you use it 7 times in that game, he dies]].dies.]]



* LargeHam: While their regular iterations have elements of this, Devil Daigo and Super Heita take this to an extreme.

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* LargeHam: While their regular iterations have elements of this, this (calling their attacks, loud, boisterous voices, and being generally HotBlooded), Devil Daigo and Super Heita take this to an extreme.



* {{Montages}}: Comically used in Heita/Super Heita's "Decade Knuckle" technique, and includes the FallingInLoveMontage (Heita's dates and marriage to Sanae, the class representative and tutorial girl), a variation on the ContrastMontage (showing Heita as the main character instead of Rouga, who becomes a trivialized chibi), and a scene of him dying peacefully of old age with Sanae at his side--all stuff he can't do because he's pretty weak [[spoiler:and about to [[CastFromLifespan literally punch 10 years off his lifespan]] anyway]].

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* {{Montages}}: Comically used Used in Heita/Super Heita's "Decade Knuckle" technique, and includes the FallingInLoveMontage (Heita's dates and marriage to Sanae, the class representative and tutorial girl), a variation on the ContrastMontage (showing Heita as the main character instead of Rouga, who becomes a trivialized chibi), becoming a powerful and respected figure in Japan, and a scene of him dying peacefully of old age with Sanae and his children at his side--all stuff side. [[spoiler:This is a reference to his final usage of Decade Knuckle in ''Big Bang Age'', where he reflects on the life he can't do because he's pretty weak [[spoiler:and about to have [[CastFromLifespan literally punch as he burns away the last 10 years off his lifespan]] anyway]].lifespan with his seventh and final use of the Decade Knuckle.]]]]



* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Heita's surname is spelled as Jinnai in ''Big Bang Age'' and as Zinnai in ''BBB''. It's understandable, as "z" sounds in Japanese are sometimes represented with "j" sounds. A similar misspelling/phonetic shift has made Akito of the Dark into Agito of the Dark.

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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Heita's surname is spelled as Jinnai in ''Big Bang Age'' and as Zinnai in ''BBB''. It's understandable, as "z" sounds in Japanese are sometimes represented with "j" sounds. A similar misspelling/phonetic shift has made Akito of the Dark into Agito of the Dark.


* ZettaiRyouiki: Senna, thanks to her uniform.
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* BruceLeeClone: Daigo uses moves that are associated with the Great One, and has similar loud battle cries. He also wears a [[GameOfDeath tracksuit]], albeit a blue one.

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* BruceLeeClone: Daigo uses moves that are associated with the Great One, and has similar loud battle cries. He also wears a [[GameOfDeath [[Film/GameOfDeath tracksuit]], albeit a blue one.


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Unrelated to BigBangMini.VideoGame/BigBangMini.



!Both ''Big Bang Beat'' and ''Big Bang Beat Revolve'' provide examples of:

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* HPToOne: Heita's "Decade Knuckle" causes this effect on ''himself'' when used in ''BBB'' or ''BBBR''. This is a reference to [[spoiler:its life-draining property in ''Big Bang Age'', where it costs him 10 years of life just to use it once; if you use it 7 times in that game, he dies]].


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* HPToOne: Heita's "Decade Knuckle" causes this effect on ''himself'' when used in ''BBB'' or ''BBBR''. This is a reference to [[spoiler:its life-draining property in ''Big Bang Age'', where it costs him 10 years of life just to use it once; if you use it 7 times in that game, he dies]].


''DAIGO BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAM!''
-->-The voice that haunts the nightmares of millions [[AnticlimaxBoss (just kidding)]]

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''DAIGO BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAM!''
-->-The voice that haunts the nightmares of millions [[AnticlimaxBoss (just kidding)]]



* HPToOne: Heita's "Decade Knuckle" causes this effect on ''himself'' when used in ''BBB'' or ''BBBR''. This is a reference to its CastFromLifespan property in ''Big Bang Age''; if you use it 7 times in that game, he dies, though no such limitation exists in ''BBB'' or ''BBBR'' except for the resources you need to perform the move.

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* HPToOne: Heita's "Decade Knuckle" causes this effect on ''himself'' when used in ''BBB'' or ''BBBR''. This is a reference to its CastFromLifespan [[spoiler:its life-draining property in ''Big Bang Age''; Age'', where it costs him 10 years of life just to use it once; if you use it 7 times in that game, he dies, though no such limitation exists in ''BBB'' or ''BBBR'' except for the resources you need to perform the move.dies]].


* {{Montages}}: Comically used in Heita/Super Heita's "Decade Knuckle" technique, and includes the FallingInLoveMontage (Heita's dates and marriage to Sanae, the class representative and tutorial girl), a variation on the ContrastMontage (showing Heita as the main character instead of Rouga, who becomes a trivialized chibi), and a scene of him dying peacefully of old age with Sanae at his side--all stuff he can't do because he's pretty weak and about [[CastFromLifespan literally punch 10 years off his lifespan]] anyway.

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* {{Montages}}: Comically used in Heita/Super Heita's "Decade Knuckle" technique, and includes the FallingInLoveMontage (Heita's dates and marriage to Sanae, the class representative and tutorial girl), a variation on the ContrastMontage (showing Heita as the main character instead of Rouga, who becomes a trivialized chibi), and a scene of him dying peacefully of old age with Sanae at his side--all stuff he can't do because he's pretty weak and [[spoiler:and about to [[CastFromLifespan literally punch 10 years off his lifespan]] anyway.anyway]].


* CastFromLifespan: Heita's "Ten Years Knuckle". It hits extremely hard but once you are done with it, it leaves Heita with 1 HP and, according to ''BBA'', removes 10 years to his lifespan, as it's name also suggests. If you do that move 7 times in ''BBA'', he dies. However, there is nothing to stop you to use this move more than 7 times in neither ''BBB'' or ''BBBR''.

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* CastFromLifespan: HPToOne: Heita's "Ten Years Knuckle". It hits extremely hard but once you are done with it, it leaves Heita with 1 HP and, according to ''BBA'', removes 10 years to his lifespan, as it's name also suggests. If you do that move 7 times in ''BBA'', he dies. However, there is nothing to stop you to use "Decade Knuckle" causes this move more than 7 times effect on ''himself'' when used in neither ''BBB'' or ''BBBR''.''BBBR''. This is a reference to its CastFromLifespan property in ''Big Bang Age''; if you use it 7 times in that game, he dies, though no such limitation exists in ''BBB'' or ''BBBR'' except for the resources you need to perform the move.



* {{Montages}}: Comically used in Heita/Super Heita's "Ten Years Knuckle" technique, and includes the FallingInLoveMontage (Heita's dates and marriage to Sanae, the class representative and tutorial girl), a variation on the ContrastMontage (showing Heita as the main character instead of Rouga, who becomes a trivialized chibi), and a scene of him dying peacefully of old age with Sanae at his side. Stuff he can't do because he's essentially a sidekick and he is about to [[CastFromLifespan literally punch 10 years off his lifespan]] anyway.

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* {{Montages}}: Comically used in Heita/Super Heita's "Ten Years "Decade Knuckle" technique, and includes the FallingInLoveMontage (Heita's dates and marriage to Sanae, the class representative and tutorial girl), a variation on the ContrastMontage (showing Heita as the main character instead of Rouga, who becomes a trivialized chibi), and a scene of him dying peacefully of old age with Sanae at his side. Stuff side--all stuff he can't do because he's essentially a sidekick pretty weak and he is about to [[CastFromLifespan literally punch 10 years off his lifespan]] anyway.


* {{Montages}}: Comically used in Heita/Super Heita's Decade Knuckle technique, and includes the FallingInLoveMontage (Heita's dates and marriage to Sanae, the class representative and tutorial girl), a variation on the ContrastMontage (showing Heita as the main character instead of Rouga, who becomes a trivialized chibi), and a scene of him dying peacefully of old age with Sanae at his side.

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* {{Montages}}: Comically used in Heita/Super Heita's Decade Knuckle "Ten Years Knuckle" technique, and includes the FallingInLoveMontage (Heita's dates and marriage to Sanae, the class representative and tutorial girl), a variation on the ContrastMontage (showing Heita as the main character instead of Rouga, who becomes a trivialized chibi), and a scene of him dying peacefully of old age with Sanae at his side.side. Stuff he can't do because he's essentially a sidekick and he is about to [[CastFromLifespan literally punch 10 years off his lifespan]] anyway.

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* CastFromLifespan: Heita's "Ten Years Knuckle". It hits extremely hard but once you are done with it, it leaves Heita with 1 HP and, according to ''BBA'', removes 10 years to his lifespan, as it's name also suggests. If you do that move 7 times in ''BBA'', he dies. However, there is nothing to stop you to use this move more than 7 times in neither ''BBB'' or ''BBBR''.


* LargeHam: While their regular iterations have elements of this, Devil Daigo and Super Heita take this to an extreme.\

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* LargeHam: While their regular iterations have elements of this, Devil Daigo and Super Heita take this to an extreme.\


* LargeHam: While their regular iterations have elements of this, Devil Daigo and Super Heita take this to an extreme.
* LethalJokeCharacter: Despite an extremely small moveset, Hanny can be deadly in the right hands, since it's tricky to hit with its small size and has some pretty strong techniques of the melee and ranged variety due to its ability to switch between them on the fly.

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* LargeHam: While their regular iterations have elements of this, Devil Daigo and Super Heita take this to an extreme.
* LethalJokeCharacter: Despite an extremely small moveset, Hanny can be deadly in the right hands, since it's tricky to hit with its small size and has some pretty strong techniques of the melee and ranged variety due to its ability to switch between them on the fly.
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* SuperMode: [[MagikarpPower By using Heita's long-winded taunt four times in a row]] (''BBB'' only), or triggering Big Bang Mode in ''BBBR'', his "Super Mode" transformation is activated, increasing his power and speed. Daigo's power-up comes in the form of Devil Daigo, though it has effects on more than just his fighting skills--he gains X-ray vision, which he uses to peep on girls.
** Big Bang Mode effectively counts as this for every character in the second game. Though it lasts for an extremely short time, it gives unlimited super meter for the duration of the mode, and greatly boosts the combo potential of every character while active.

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* SuperMode: [[MagikarpPower By using Heita's long-winded taunt four times in a row]] (''BBB'' only), or triggering Big Bang Mode in ''BBBR'', his "Super Mode" transformation is activated, increasing his power and speed. Daigo's power-up comes in the form of Devil Daigo, though it has effects on more than just his fighting skills--he gains X-ray vision, which he uses to peep on girls.
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Big Bang Mode effectively counts as this for every character in the second game. Though it lasts for an extremely short time, it gives unlimited super meter for the duration of the mode, enables a character's Big Bang Break, and greatly boosts the combo potential of every character while active.


* UseYourHead: Ren's regular grab, and one of his super moves, involves a nasty headbutt. The latter, which is part of a close-range grab super, can be charged up with precise timing to do even more damage.

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