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* UnfortunateName: Van, and did they really need to use the ''long'' A sound for Galam's first syllable?


* FollowTheLeader: The battle system is pretty much ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' with the serial numbers filed off. ''4'' introduced the Active Time Battle system pioneered in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV''.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: While ''2'' was still fairly censored in its localization, not all of it was, notably Babbette's ShowerScene.

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Like Sega's own RPG franchise ''VideoGame/PhantasyStar'', ''Cosmic Fantasy'' combined anime presentation with a [[ScienceFantasy mixture of fantasy and sci-fi]]. However, by utilizing the CD format, ''CF'' was among the first such games to rely on fully animated and voice-acted cutscenes not unlike Nihon Falcom's popular ''VideoGame/{{Ys}}'' games or Game Arts' ''Franchise/{{Lunar}}'' games.

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Like Sega's own RPG franchise ''VideoGame/PhantasyStar'', ''Cosmic Fantasy'' combined anime presentation with a [[ScienceFantasy mixture of fantasy and sci-fi]]. However, by utilizing the CD format, ''CF'' was among the first such games to rely on fully animated and voice-acted cutscenes not unlike Nihon Falcom's popular ''VideoGame/{{Ys}}'' games or Game Arts' ''Franchise/{{Lunar}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Lunar}}'' games.


''Cosmic Fantasy'' was the flagship RolePlayingGame franchise from Creator/TelenetJapan's Laser Soft division, created exclusively for the [[TurboGrafx16 PC-Engine]]'s CD attachment, with one CompilationRerelease for the UsefulNotes/SegaCD and masterminded by manga artist KazuhiroOchi.

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''Cosmic Fantasy'' was the flagship RolePlayingGame franchise from Creator/TelenetJapan's Laser Soft division, created exclusively for the [[TurboGrafx16 PC-Engine]]'s UsefulNotes/PCEngine's CD attachment, with one CompilationRerelease for the UsefulNotes/SegaCD and masterminded by manga artist KazuhiroOchi.
Creator/KazuhiroOchi.


Like Sega's own RPG franchise ''PhantasyStar'', ''Cosmic Fantasy'' combined anime presentation with a [[ScienceFantasy mixture of fantasy and sci-fi]]. However, by utilizing the CD format, ''CF'' was among the first such games to rely on fully animated and voice-acted cutscenes not unlike Nihon Falcom's popular ''VideoGame/{{Ys}}'' games or Game Arts' ''Franchise/{{Lunar}}'' games.

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Like Sega's own RPG franchise ''PhantasyStar'', ''VideoGame/PhantasyStar'', ''Cosmic Fantasy'' combined anime presentation with a [[ScienceFantasy mixture of fantasy and sci-fi]]. However, by utilizing the CD format, ''CF'' was among the first such games to rely on fully animated and voice-acted cutscenes not unlike Nihon Falcom's popular ''VideoGame/{{Ys}}'' games or Game Arts' ''Franchise/{{Lunar}}'' games.


Like Sega's own RPG franchise ''PhantasyStar'', ''Cosmic Fantasy'' combined anime presentation with a [[ScienceFantasy mixture of fantasy and sci-fi]]. However, by utilizing the CD format, ''CF'' was among the first such games to rely on fully animated and voice-acted cutscenes not unlike Nihon Falcom's popular ''VideoGame/{{Ys}}'' games or Game Arts' ''{{Lunar}}'' games.

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Like Sega's own RPG franchise ''PhantasyStar'', ''Cosmic Fantasy'' combined anime presentation with a [[ScienceFantasy mixture of fantasy and sci-fi]]. However, by utilizing the CD format, ''CF'' was among the first such games to rely on fully animated and voice-acted cutscenes not unlike Nihon Falcom's popular ''VideoGame/{{Ys}}'' games or Game Arts' ''{{Lunar}}'' ''Franchise/{{Lunar}}'' games.


* FollowTheLeader: The battle system is pretty much ''DragonQuest'' with the serial numbers filed off. ''4'' introduced the Active Time Battle system pioneered in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV''.

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* FollowTheLeader: The battle system is pretty much ''DragonQuest'' ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' with the serial numbers filed off. ''4'' introduced the Active Time Battle system pioneered in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV''.


''Cosmic Fantasy'' was the flagship RolePlayingGame franchise from Creator/TelenetJapan's Laser Soft division, created exclusively for the [[TurboGrafx16 PC-Engine]]'s CD attachment, with one CompilationRerelease for the SegaCD and masterminded by manga artist KazuhiroOchi.

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''Cosmic Fantasy'' was the flagship RolePlayingGame franchise from Creator/TelenetJapan's Laser Soft division, created exclusively for the [[TurboGrafx16 PC-Engine]]'s CD attachment, with one CompilationRerelease for the SegaCD UsefulNotes/SegaCD and masterminded by manga artist KazuhiroOchi.



# ''Cosmic Fantasy Stories'' (1992) (the only non-Turbo release; remake of the first two games for the SegaCD)

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# ''Cosmic Fantasy Stories'' (1992) (the only non-Turbo release; remake of the first two games for the SegaCD)UsefulNotes/SegaCD)


* TotallyRadical: Good luck finding someone who doesn't use the word "Cosmic" in an unironic manner anymore.


Like Sega's own RPG franchise ''PhantasyStar'', ''Cosmic Fantasy'' combined anime presentation with a [[ScienceFantasy mixture of fantasy and sci-fi]]. However, by utilizing the CD format, ''CF'' was among the first such games to rely on fully animated and voice-acted cutscenes not unlike Nihon Falcom's popular ''{{Ys}}'' games or Game Arts' ''{{Lunar}}'' games.

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Like Sega's own RPG franchise ''PhantasyStar'', ''Cosmic Fantasy'' combined anime presentation with a [[ScienceFantasy mixture of fantasy and sci-fi]]. However, by utilizing the CD format, ''CF'' was among the first such games to rely on fully animated and voice-acted cutscenes not unlike Nihon Falcom's popular ''{{Ys}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Ys}}'' games or Game Arts' ''{{Lunar}}'' games.


''Cosmic Fantasy'' was the flagship RolePlayingGame franchise from Telenet Japan, created exclusively for the [[TurboGrafx16 PC-Engine]]'s CD attachment, with one CompilationRerelease for the SegaCD and masterminded by manga artist KazuhiroOchi.

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''Cosmic Fantasy'' was the flagship RolePlayingGame franchise from Telenet Japan, Creator/TelenetJapan's Laser Soft division, created exclusively for the [[TurboGrafx16 PC-Engine]]'s CD attachment, with one CompilationRerelease for the SegaCD and masterminded by manga artist KazuhiroOchi.


# ''Cosmic Fantasy Stories'' (1992) (the only non-Turbo release)

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# ''Cosmic Fantasy Stories'' (1992) (the only non-Turbo release)release; remake of the first two games for the SegaCD)


Like Sega's own RPG franchise ''PhantasyStar'', ''Cosmic Fantasy'' combined anime presentation with a mixture of fantasy and sci-fi. However, by utilizing the CD format, ''CF'' was among the first such games to rely on fully animated and voice-acted cutscenes not unlike Nihon Falcom's popular ''{{Ys}}'' games or Game Arts' ''{{Lunar}}'' games.

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Like Sega's own RPG franchise ''PhantasyStar'', ''Cosmic Fantasy'' combined anime presentation with a [[ScienceFantasy mixture of fantasy and sci-fi.sci-fi]]. However, by utilizing the CD format, ''CF'' was among the first such games to rely on fully animated and voice-acted cutscenes not unlike Nihon Falcom's popular ''{{Ys}}'' games or Game Arts' ''{{Lunar}}'' games.

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