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%% * BadassGrandpa: Zekoo


''SlapHappyRhythmBusters'' is a little known ridiculously named fighting game released on the PSX in 2000. Notable for it's vibrant and weird design, its cell shaded 3D graphics during a time when such a thing was rare, and it's unique gimmick in which super moves are performed in a Beatmania-esque mini game.

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''SlapHappyRhythmBusters'' is a little known ridiculously named fighting game released on the PSX in 2000. Notable for it's its vibrant and weird design, its cell shaded 3D graphics during a time when such a thing was rare, and it's its unique gimmick in which super moves are performed in a Beatmania-esque mini game.



* {{Acrofatic}}: Holemon is surprising mobile for someone his weight
* AerithAndBob: From Chad and April to Zekoo and Mercantile
* AlmightyJanitor: Trash, quite literally
* ArtificialStupidity: Despite the button reading, the AI still manages to usually not be much of a challenge

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* {{Acrofatic}}: Holemon is surprising mobile for someone his weight
weight.
* AerithAndBob: From Chad and April to Zekoo and Mercantile
Mercantile.
* AlmightyJanitor: Trash, quite literally
literally.
* ArtificialStupidity: Despite the button reading, the AI still manages to usually not be much of a challengechallenge.



* AxCrazy: Holemon, Nitro, Frosty, Mercantile, and possibly Oreg and Trash
* BadassGrandpa: Zekoo

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* AxCrazy: Holemon, Nitro, Frosty, Mercantile, and possibly Oreg and Trash
Trash.
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* BadassGrandpa: Zekoo



* {{Expy}}: Mia clearly emulates Chun-Li in appearance. Stealth also looks very much like Predator
* FakeBalance: Mercantile's wolf will lay down after taking too much combo damage, forcing the old man out into the fray, where he has practically no way of defending his self. Too bad most moves will miss the wolf entirely, so this will probably never happen against a human player.
* FatBastard: Holemon
* {{Gasshole}}: Euri utilizes the exhaust from her jetpack in some of her attacks
* GlassCannon: If someone can manage to grab the upper hand, Mercantile will go down very quickly

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* {{Expy}}: Mia clearly emulates Chun-Li [[Franchise/StreetFighter Chun-Li]] in appearance. Stealth also looks very much like Predator
a Franchise/{{Predator}}.
* FakeBalance: Mercantile's wolf will lay down after taking too much combo damage, forcing the old man out into the fray, where he has practically no way of defending his self.himself. Too bad most moves will miss the wolf entirely, so this will probably never happen against a human player.
%% * FatBastard: Holemon
* {{Gasshole}}: Euri utilizes the exhaust from her jetpack in some of her attacks
attacks.
* GlassCannon: If someone can manage to grab the upper hand, Mercantile will go down very quicklyquickly.



* {{Hammerspace}}: Trash's vacuum is capable of sucking up entire vehicles

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* {{Hammerspace}}: Trash's vacuum is capable of sucking up entire vehiclesvehicles.



* NoPlotNoProblem: There's a little backstory in the loading comics, but it's usually nothing more than a brief glimpse into a character's personality.
* OneHandedZweihander: Rude Boy [and Jakoo] use one, although he mostly fights hand to hand
* RyuAndKen: Oreg and Sledge
* {{Shotoclone}}: Ramos, and by extension Dark Ramos

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* NoPlotNoProblem: There's a little backstory in the loading comics, but it's usually nothing more than a brief glimpse into a character's personality.
personality as opposed to why everyone is fighting each other.
* OneHandedZweihander: Rude Boy [and Jakoo] use one, although he mostly fights hand to hand
hand.
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* RyuAndKen: Oreg and Sledge
* {{Shotoclone}}: Ramos, and by extension Dark RamosRamos.



* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Oreg was spelled "Oleg" in his previous appearance in another fighting game by Polygon Magic known as Vs.

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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Oreg was spelled "Oleg" in his previous appearance in another fighting game by Polygon Magic known as Vs.''Vs''.



* TagTeamTwins: Vivian and Roxy
* VomitIndiscretionShot: Chad/Gram appears to have this as a move, where he hacks a green bubble across the screen

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%% * TagTeamTwins: Vivian and Roxy
* VomitIndiscretionShot: Chad/Gram appears to have this as a move, where he hacks a green bubble across the screenscreen.


* VomitIndiscretionShot: Chad/Gram appears to have this as a move, where he hacks a green bubble across the screen
* XMeetsY: ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighter Street Fighter]]'' meets ''[[VideoGame/JetSetRadio Jet Set Radio]]''.

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* VomitIndiscretionShot: Chad/Gram appears to have this as a move, where he hacks a green bubble across the screen
* XMeetsY: ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighter Street Fighter]]'' meets ''[[VideoGame/JetSetRadio Jet Set Radio]]''.
screen


* Shotoclone: Ramos, and by extension Dark Ramos

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* Shotoclone: {{Shotoclone}}: Ramos, and by extension Dark Ramos


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* AwesomeButImpractical: This is Nitro in a nutshell, although the biggest standout in his movelist is his beam spam super move, which has such a long start up that it's almost impossible to safely use in any given situation, and even then it can be simply blocked.

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* AwesomeButImpractical: This is Nitro in a nutshell, although the biggest standout in his movelist move list is his beam spam super move, which has such a long start up that it's almost impossible to safely use in any given situation, and even then it can be simply blocked.



* DamnYouMuscleMemory: Players might get a little frustrated at first when shoryuken types moves use a down-down input instead of the more commonly used DP motion

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* DamnYouMuscleMemory: Players might get a little frustrated at first when shoryuken types Shoryuken-type moves use a down-down input instead of the more commonly used DP motion



* GratuitousEnglish: A given, due to the lack of export. Exteremely apparent in some loading screen comics.

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* GratuitousEnglish: A given, due to the lack of export. Exteremely Extremely apparent in some loading screen comics.



* HitboxDissonance: Nitro clearly has terrible aim, as his machine gun attacks dont hit unless his target makes contact with the actual gun.

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* HitboxDissonance: Nitro clearly has terrible aim, as his machine gun attacks dont don't hit unless his target makes contact with the actual gun.


* KnifeNut: April
* MightyGlacier: Nitro

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* %%* KnifeNut: April
* %%* MightyGlacier: Nitro


* Acrofatic: Holemon is surprising mobile for someone his weight

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* Acrofatic: {{Acrofatic}}: Holemon is surprising mobile for someone his weight



* BFG: Nitro and Frosty have them, and also April to a lesser extent.

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* BFG: {{BFG}}: Nitro and Frosty have them, and also April to a lesser extent.



* Expy: Mia clearly emulates Chun-Li in appearance. Stealth also looks very much like Predator

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* Expy: {{Expy}}: Mia clearly emulates Chun-Li in appearance. Stealth also looks very much like Predator



* Gasshole: Euri utilizes the exhaust from her jetpack in some of her attacks

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* Gasshole: {{Gasshole}}: Euri utilizes the exhaust from her jetpack in some of her attacks



* Hammerspace: Trash's vacuum is capable of sucking up entire vehicles

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* Hammerspace: {{Hammerspace}}: Trash's vacuum is capable of sucking up entire vehicles


* XMeetsY: Street Fighter meets Jet Set Radio. Gameplay wise it's more like Marvel vs. Capcom meets The King of Fighters with a hint of Beatmania

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* XMeetsY: ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighter Street Fighter Fighter]]'' meets ''[[VideoGame/JetSetRadio Jet Set Radio. Gameplay wise it's more like Marvel vs. Capcom meets The King of Fighters with a hint of BeatmaniaRadio]]''.


* XMeetsY: Street Fighter meets Jet Set Radio

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* XMeetsY: Street Fighter meets Jet Set RadioRadio. Gameplay wise it's more like Marvel vs. Capcom meets The King of Fighters with a hint of Beatmania

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* ClothingDamage: April can and will have her hat knocked straight off of her head.


''SlapHappyRhythmBusters'' is a little known fighting game for the PSX, released in 2000.

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''SlapHappyRhythmBusters'' is a little known ridiculously named fighting game for the PSX, released on the PSX in 2000.
2000. Notable for it's vibrant and weird design, its cell shaded 3D graphics during a time when such a thing was rare, and it's unique gimmick in which super moves are performed in a Beatmania-esque mini game.

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* GameBreaker: Mercantile



* NoExportForYou: Never released outside of Japan


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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Oreg was spelled "Oleg" in his previous appearance in another fighting game by Polygon Magic known as Vs.

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