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* UrbanLegends: It was rumored that this game was a prototype of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics'', but there isn't any evidence to support this. In fact, ''Final Fantasy Tactics'' was a thematic spin-off of ''VideoGame/TacticsOgre''.

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* UrbanLegends: It was rumored that this game was a prototype of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics'', but there isn't any evidence to support this. In fact, It's very unlikely as ''Final Fantasy Tactics'' was a thematic spin-off of ''VideoGame/TacticsOgre''.


* UnfortunateCharacterDesign: Yoyo's first battle sprite. It makes her look like she has a giant chin (which is, in fact, her neck).
* UrbanLegendOfZelda: It was rumored that this game was a prototype of VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics but there isn't any evidence to support this. In fact, Final Fantasy Tactics was a thematic spinoff of VideoGame/TacticsOgre.

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* UnfortunateCharacterDesign: Yoyo's first battle sprite. It sprite makes her look like she has a giant chin (which is, in fact, her neck).
* UrbanLegendOfZelda: UrbanLegends: It was rumored that this game was a prototype of VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics'', but there isn't any evidence to support this. In fact, Final ''Final Fantasy Tactics Tactics'' was a thematic spinoff spin-off of VideoGame/TacticsOgre.

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''VideoGame/TacticsOgre''.


* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: The game has a somewhat unique soundtrack among SNES RPG's, being kind of jazzy as per the stylings of Noriko Matsueda. The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPPugQHTQ5Q battle theme will stay with you for a while.]]

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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: The game has a somewhat unique soundtrack among SNES RPG's, being kind of jazzy as per the stylings of Noriko Matsueda. The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPPugQHTQ5Q battle theme will stay with you for a while.]]


** If you take all the dialogue trees as being in-character for Byuu, it becomes apparent that he's a two-faced manipulative JerkAss who toys with the emotions of those around him for fun. He has no objection to torturing suspects, and happily hires assassins to take out his "friends" just to amuse himself. He's a sociopathic recluse who cares for nothing except his dragons, and maybe Frederica. He also [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking steals mushrooms!]]

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** If you take all the dialogue trees as being in-character for Byuu, it becomes apparent that he's a two-faced manipulative JerkAss who toys with the emotions of those around him for fun.fun, including Yoyo, who's supposed to be his beloved (to the point where, regardless of how the player feels, isn't all that concerned that his lover loves another man). He has no objection to torturing suspects, and happily hires assassins to take out his "friends" just to amuse himself. He's a sociopathic recluse who cares for nothing except his dragons, and maybe Frederica. He also [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking steals mushrooms!]]


* RonTheDeathEater: Yoyo is positively despised by a good portion of people who have played the game (which, in North America, translates to [[NoExportForYou not many]]) for choosing another man over the [[UnluckyChildhoodFriend main character Byuu]]. While she certainly could have handled the LoveTriangle better, its not rare to find her being portrayed as a selfish slut where in game, she's more of a naive DudeMagnet.

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* RonTheDeathEater: Yoyo is positively despised by a good portion of people who have played the game (which, in North America, translates to [[NoExportForYou not many]]) for choosing [[spoiler:choosing another man over the [[UnluckyChildhoodFriend main character Byuu]]. While she certainly could have handled the LoveTriangle better, its not rare to find her being portrayed as a selfish slut where in game, she's more of a naive DudeMagnet.DudeMagnet]].



** Princess Yoyo (see AlternateCharacterInterpretation above), [[spoiler:with many of the feelings of dislike stemming from what some have perceived as one of the earliest cases of [[{{Netorare}} NTR]] in video games (i.e. the resolution of her romantic subplot, especially when the player has responded positively in the flashback sequence with Byuu and Yoyo).]]
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** Palpaleos occasional gets this as well, mostly due to association with the above.

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** Princess Yoyo (see AlternateCharacterInterpretation above), [[spoiler:with many of the feelings of dislike stemming from what some have perceived as one of the earliest cases of [[{{Netorare}} NTR]] in video games (i.e. the resolution of her romantic subplot, especially when the player has responded positively in the flashback sequence with Byuu and Yoyo).]]
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Palpaleos occasional gets this as well, mostly due to association with the above.


* UrbanLegendOfZelda: It was rumored that this game was a prototype of VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics but there isn't any evidence to support this.

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* UrbanLegendOfZelda: It was rumored that this game was a prototype of VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics but there isn't any evidence to support this.
this. In fact, Final Fantasy Tactics was a thematic spinoff of VideoGame/TacticsOgre.


** Princess Yoyo (see AlternateCharacterInterpretation above), mostly because of sexism.

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** Princess Yoyo (see AlternateCharacterInterpretation above), mostly because [[spoiler:with many of sexism.the feelings of dislike stemming from what some have perceived as one of the earliest cases of [[{{Netorare}} NTR]] in video games (i.e. the resolution of her romantic subplot, especially when the player has responded positively in the flashback sequence with Byuu and Yoyo).]]
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* UrbanLegendOfZelda: It was rumored that this game was a prototype of VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics but there isn't any evidence to support this.


** Princess Yoyo (see AlternateCharacterInterpretation above), mostly because of sexism.]]

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** Princess Yoyo (see AlternateCharacterInterpretation above), mostly because of sexism.]]


** Princess Yoyo (see AlternateCharacterInterpretation above), [[spoiler:with many of the feelings of dislike stemming from what some have perceived as one of the earliest cases of [[{{Netorare}} NTR]] in video games (i.e. the resolution of her romantic subplot, especially when the player has responded positively in the flashback sequence with Byuu and Yoyo).]]

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** Princess Yoyo (see AlternateCharacterInterpretation above), [[spoiler:with many mostly because of the feelings of dislike stemming from what some have perceived as one of the earliest cases of [[{{Netorare}} NTR]] in video games (i.e. the resolution of her romantic subplot, especially when the player has responded positively in the flashback sequence with Byuu and Yoyo).sexism.]]

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* RonTheDeathEater: Yoyo is positively despised by a good portion of people who have played the game (which, in North America, translates to [[NoExportForYou not many]]) for choosing another man over the [[UnluckyChildhoodFriend main character Byuu]]. While she certainly could have handled the LoveTriangle better, its not rare to find her being portrayed as a selfish slut where in game, she's more of a naive DudeMagnet.


** Princess Yoyo. Is she simply a naive, inexperienced, yet nice woman who just happened to get tangled in an unfortunate LoveDodecahedron or is it something else? The narrative seems to lean toward the latter. However, portions of the fanbase often picture her a selfish, two-timing slut, among other things.

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** Princess Yoyo. Is she simply a naive, inexperienced, yet nice woman who just happened to get tangled in an unfortunate LoveDodecahedron or is it something else? The narrative seems to lean toward the latter. However, portions of the fanbase often picture her a selfish, two-timing slut, among other things. Not helping was the fact that it was (and still is) rather uncommon for a young male protagonist to [[DidNotGetTheGirl NOT end up with the main female lead]], particularly of the [[UnluckyChildhoodFriend childhood friend variety]].


** In Japan, Princess Yoyo has been firmly lodged at the top of Square's unholy trinity of most hated female characters, far above [[VideoGame/LiveALive Princess Alicia]] and [[VideoGame/MakaiToshiSaGa Mireille]]. [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII Rinoa]] may be threatening Mireille's spot, but nobody's come close to Yoyo in nearly 20 years.

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** In Japan, Princess Yoyo has been firmly lodged at the top of Square's unholy trinity of most hated female characters, far characters above even [[VideoGame/LiveALive Princess Alicia]] and [[VideoGame/MakaiToshiSaGa Mireille]]. And sometimes jokingly [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII Rinoa]] may be threatening Mireille's spot, but nobody's come close to Yoyo in nearly 20 years.Rinoa]].


** In Japan, Princess Yoyo has been firmly lodged at the top of Square's unholy trinity of most hated female characters, far above [[VideoGame/LiveALive Princess Alicia]] and [[VideoGame/MakaiToshiSaGa Mireille]]. [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII Rinoa]] may be threatening Mireille's spot, but nobody's close to Yoyo.

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** In Japan, Princess Yoyo has been firmly lodged at the top of Square's unholy trinity of most hated female characters, far above [[VideoGame/LiveALive Princess Alicia]] and [[VideoGame/MakaiToshiSaGa Mireille]]. [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII Rinoa]] may be threatening Mireille's spot, but nobody's come close to Yoyo.Yoyo in nearly 20 years.

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** In Japan, Princess Yoyo has been firmly lodged at the top of Square's unholy trinity of most hated female characters, far above [[VideoGame/LiveALive Princess Alicia]] and [[VideoGame/MakaiToshiSaGa Mireille]]. [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII Rinoa]] may be threatening Mireille's spot, but nobody's close to Yoyo.
** This game may have inspired 2chan's constantly used VaderBreath meme.

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