Follow TV Tropes

Following

History VideoGame / ShodaiNekketsuKohaKunioKun

Go To






''Shodai Nekketsu Koha Kunio-kun'' is a Beat-Em-Up RPG released on the UsefulNotes/SuperFamicom on August 7, 1992 by Technos Japan Corp. It is said to be the sequel of Nekketsu Koha Kunio-kun of the ''VideoGame/KunioKun'' series and the first of said series to be on the Super Famicom.

to:

''Shodai Nekketsu Koha Kunio-kun'' is a Beat-Em-Up RPG BeatEmUp ActionRPG released on the UsefulNotes/SuperFamicom on August 7, 1992 by Technos Japan Corp. It is said to be the sequel of Nekketsu Koha Kunio-kun of the ''VideoGame/KunioKun'' series and the first of said series to be on the Super Famicom.



----

to:

----



* AbsurdlySpaciousSewer
* TheBrute: Honda, an absolute mountain of a man who appears out of nowhere in the last level just so the series can keep up it's tradition of a monstrously-powerful boss who is fought before the final boss.

to:

* AbsurdlySpaciousSewer
AbsurdlySpaciousSewer: One of the levels.
* TheBrute: Honda, an absolute mountain of a man who appears out of nowhere in the last level just so the series can keep up it's its tradition of a monstrously-powerful boss who is fought before the final boss.



* WrestlerInAllOfUs: The final technique the player can unlock is a suplex. Honda also uses a pile driver, and a hammer throw.

to:

* WrestlerInAllOfUs: The final technique the player can unlock is a suplex. Honda also uses a pile driver, and a hammer throw.throw.
----


* NotSoDifferent: The leader of the Union uses this on Kunio when the final boss fight begins, noting that the both of them use their strength to get what they want, and maintain authority over people. Kunio's [[ShutUpHannibal response]] is to call him, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny "King Shit of Turd Mountain"]].

to:

* NotSoDifferent: The leader of the Union uses this on Kunio when the final boss fight begins, noting that the both of them use their strength to get what they want, and maintain authority over people. Kunio's [[ShutUpHannibal response]] is to call him, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments "King Shit of Turd Mountain"]].


''Shodai Nekketsu Koha Kunio-kun'' is a Beat-Em-Up RPG released on the UsefulNotes/SuperFamicom on August 7, 1992 by Technos Japan Corp. It is said to be the sequel of Nekketsu Koha Kunio-kun of the ''VideoGame/KunioKun'' series and the first of said series to be on the SuperFamicom.

to:

''Shodai Nekketsu Koha Kunio-kun'' is a Beat-Em-Up RPG released on the UsefulNotes/SuperFamicom on August 7, 1992 by Technos Japan Corp. It is said to be the sequel of Nekketsu Koha Kunio-kun of the ''VideoGame/KunioKun'' series and the first of said series to be on the SuperFamicom.
Super Famicom.


''Shodai Nekketsu Koha Kunio-kun'' is a Beat-Em-Up RPG released on the SuperFamicom on August 7, 1992 by Technos Japan Corp. It is said to be the sequel of Nekketsu Koha Kunio-kun of the KunioKun series and the first of said series to be on the SuperFamicom.

to:

''Shodai Nekketsu Koha Kunio-kun'' is a Beat-Em-Up RPG released on the SuperFamicom UsefulNotes/SuperFamicom on August 7, 1992 by Technos Japan Corp. It is said to be the sequel of Nekketsu Koha Kunio-kun of the KunioKun ''VideoGame/KunioKun'' series and the first of said series to be on the SuperFamicom.


** If you have a copy of [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Finally Fantasy 5]] or [[DragonQuest Drag-on Quest 5]] in your inventory, [[MythologyGag prepare to fight for your life every few steps.]]

to:

** If you have a copy of [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Finally Fantasy 5]] or [[DragonQuest [[VideoGame/DragonQuest Drag-on Quest 5]] in your inventory, [[MythologyGag prepare to fight for your life every few steps.]]



* RPGElements: Moreso than ''VideoGame/RiverCityRansom''. You can equip items you [[RandomlyDrops find from your victories,]] You learn techniques as you level up, you engage in random encounters, and the system for using Ki moves resembles DragonQuest in a way.

to:

* RPGElements: Moreso than ''VideoGame/RiverCityRansom''. You can equip items you [[RandomlyDrops find from your victories,]] You learn techniques as you level up, you engage in random encounters, and the system for using Ki moves resembles DragonQuest VideoGame/DragonQuest in a way.



* ShoutOut: Among the random drops are: [[BlandNameProduct Finally]] [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Fantasy 5]], [[LawyerFriendlyCameo Drag-on]] [[DragonQuest Quest 5, and]] [[JapaneseRanguage R]][[DragonQuest oto's Lining]], [[VideoGame/DoubleDragon Twin Dragon's]] Lining, and [[Music/MichaelJackson Mike's Shoes]] ([[EverythingsBetterWithSparkles with Moonwalker-esque sparkle kicks]]).

to:

* ShoutOut: Among the random drops are: [[BlandNameProduct Finally]] [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Fantasy 5]], [[LawyerFriendlyCameo Drag-on]] [[DragonQuest [[VideoGame/DragonQuest Quest 5, and]] [[JapaneseRanguage R]][[DragonQuest R]][[VideoGame/DragonQuest oto's Lining]], [[VideoGame/DoubleDragon Twin Dragon's]] Lining, and [[Music/MichaelJackson Mike's Shoes]] ([[EverythingsBetterWithSparkles with Moonwalker-esque sparkle kicks]]).


* EscortMission: Thankfully, your quarry can't get KO'd, but they ''can'' [[StopHelpingMe get in your way, and even hurt you.]]

to:

* EscortMission: Thankfully, your quarry can't get KO'd, but they ''can'' [[StopHelpingMe [[AnnoyingVideoGameHelper get in your way, and even hurt you.]]


* RPGElements: Moreso than RiverCityRansom. You can equip items you [[RandomlyDrops find from your victories,]] You learn techniques as you level up, you engage in random encounters, and the system for using Ki moves resembles DragonQuest in a way.

to:

* RPGElements: Moreso than RiverCityRansom.''VideoGame/RiverCityRansom''. You can equip items you [[RandomlyDrops find from your victories,]] You learn techniques as you level up, you engage in random encounters, and the system for using Ki moves resembles DragonQuest in a way.


* ShoutOut: Among the random drops are: [[BlandNameProduct Finally]] [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Fantasy 5]], [[LawyerFriendlyCameo Drag-on]] [[DragonQuest Quest 5, and]] [[JapaneseRanguage R]][[DragonQuest oto's Lining]], [[VideoGame/DoubleDragon Twin Dragon's]] Lining, and [[MichaelJackson Mike's Shoes]] ([[EverythingsBetterWithSparkles with Moonwalker-esque sparkle kicks]]).

to:

* ShoutOut: Among the random drops are: [[BlandNameProduct Finally]] [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Fantasy 5]], [[LawyerFriendlyCameo Drag-on]] [[DragonQuest Quest 5, and]] [[JapaneseRanguage R]][[DragonQuest oto's Lining]], [[VideoGame/DoubleDragon Twin Dragon's]] Lining, and [[MichaelJackson [[Music/MichaelJackson Mike's Shoes]] ([[EverythingsBetterWithSparkles with Moonwalker-esque sparkle kicks]]).


** If you have a copy of [[FinalFantasy Finally Fantasy 5]] or [[DragonQuest Drag-on Quest 5]] in your inventory, [[MythologyGag prepare to fight for your life every few steps.]]

to:

** If you have a copy of [[FinalFantasy [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Finally Fantasy 5]] or [[DragonQuest Drag-on Quest 5]] in your inventory, [[MythologyGag prepare to fight for your life every few steps.]]



* ShoutOut: Among the random drops are: [[BlandNameProduct Finally]] [[FinalFantasy Fantasy 5]], [[LawyerFriendlyCameo Drag-on]] [[DragonQuest Quest 5, and]] [[JapaneseRanguage R]][[DragonQuest oto's Lining]], [[VideoGame/DoubleDragon Twin Dragon's]] Lining, and [[MichaelJackson Mike's Shoes]] ([[EverythingsBetterWithSparkles with Moonwalker-esque sparkle kicks]]).

to:

* ShoutOut: Among the random drops are: [[BlandNameProduct Finally]] [[FinalFantasy [[Franchise/FinalFantasy Fantasy 5]], [[LawyerFriendlyCameo Drag-on]] [[DragonQuest Quest 5, and]] [[JapaneseRanguage R]][[DragonQuest oto's Lining]], [[VideoGame/DoubleDragon Twin Dragon's]] Lining, and [[MichaelJackson Mike's Shoes]] ([[EverythingsBetterWithSparkles with Moonwalker-esque sparkle kicks]]).

Added DiffLines:

* ScratchDamage: If you try to play the game without any knowledge on Japanese text, chances are that you'll unknowingly dispose of your equipment which ends up making the game impossible because you'll end up fighting an enemy that takes a hundred hits but only needs a few hits to kill you.


* CycleOfHurting: If the player is attack when they are down, their timer for getting up is reset.

to:

* CycleOfHurting: If the player is attack attacked when they are down, their timer for getting up is reset.


* Fanfare: The victory jingle from Nekketsu Kouha Kunio-Kun and Super Dodgeball returns, but it's downplayed, as it plays exactly once in the game: at the beginning of the credits.

to:

* Fanfare: {{Fanfare}}: The victory jingle from Nekketsu Kouha Kunio-Kun and Super Dodgeball returns, but it's downplayed, as it plays exactly once in the game: at the beginning of the credits.


* [[spoiler: ...But during the ending sequence, Kunio tells Miho that the villain's speech got to him somewhat.]]

to:

* ** [[spoiler: ...But during the ending sequence, Kunio tells Miho that the villain's speech got to him somewhat.]]

Showing 15 edit(s) of 31

Top

How well does it match the trope?

Example of:

/

Media sources:

/

Report