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Sometimes, a spinoff series ends up becoming more popular than the original that spun it off. See also Adaptation Displacement, where the vast majority of fans are unaware that it started in another medium, and Sequel Displacement.Also see Breakup Breakout, "Weird Al" Effect and Even Better Sequel.Contrast with Quietly Performing Sister Show.

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Naev note (previously NAEV, or Not Another/Neutron Accelerated Escape Velocity, depending on who you ask) is a freeware PC game and an open-source Escape Velocity clone, set in an After the End scenario in which the sun has exploded in an event known as "The Incident" and created a vast, impenetrable nebula.

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Naev (Video Game) - TV Tropes

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Naev note (previously NAEV, or Not Another/Neutron Accelerated Escape Velocity, depending on who you ask) is a freeware PC game and an open-source Escape Velocity clone, set in an After the End scenario in which the sun has exploded in an event known as "The Incident" and created a vast, impenetrable nebula.

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Video Game / The Lost Heir - TV Tropes

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The Lost Heir is a trilogy of Choose Your Own Adventure games created by Mike Walter and hosted by Choice of Games' user submitted label Hosted Games.. In the first game, The Fall of Daria, the player takes on the role of the Prince or Princess of Daria.After a brutal coup by a consortium of demon summoners and rebellious nobles destroys the kingdom and replaces it with a confederation of ...

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Warriors Orochi (Video Game) - TV Tropes

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Warriors Orochi (Musou Orochi; lit."Unmatched Orochi" in Japan) is a Massive Multiplayer Crossover video game series made by Koei, crossing over their historical Warriors series (Dynasty and Samurai), with the addition of several original mystical characters sourced primarily from the Japanese and Chinese mythologies and folktales here and there.. In contrast to other Warriors games, Warriors ...

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Video Games / And The Fandom Rejoiced - TV Tropes

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And The Fandom Rejoiced / Video Games ... 1.3.0 is set to introduce Drones, which are Slime Science Gadgets you can place around your ranch to maintain it for you. Harvest food? ... We're not going to see the likes of Hayabusa and Kasumi again. And the newcomers from DW9 and Spirit of Sanada might not make it... Whoa, we're getting the Greek Myth!?

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Video Game / Warriors Orochi - TV Tropes

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Warriors Orochi (Musou Orochi; lit."Unmatched Orochi" in Japan) is a Massive Multiplayer Crossover video game series made by Koei, crossing over their historical Warriors series (Dynasty and Samurai), with the addition of several original mystical characters sourced primarily from the Japanese and Chinese mythologies and folktales here and there.. In contrast to other Warriors games, Warriors ...

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Line # VideoGame/WarriorsOrochi - TV Tropes

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Unless your character is Lu Bu or Ryu Hayabusa, you are pretty much dead if you get hit by it.²** In the Gauntlet/Unlimited Mode in ''3 Ultimate'' the level that unlocks stage 2 because it's the first set of levels that has 3 battlefields and the last one is battle with Nobunaga and his army with some scripted events that can make you waste ...

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Video Game / Warriors Orochi - TV Tropes

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Warriors Orochi (Musou Orochi; lit."Unmatched Orochi" in Japan) is a Massive Multiplayer Crossover video game series made by Koei, crossing over their historical Warriors series (Dynasty and Samurai), with the addition of several original mystical characters sourced primarily from the Japanese and Chinese mythologies and folktales here and there.. In contrast to other Warriors games, Warriors ...

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Warriors Orochi (Video Game) - TV Tropes

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Warriors Orochi (Musou Orochi; lit."Unmatched Orochi" in Japan) is a Massive Multiplayer Crossover video game series made by Koei, crossing over their historical Warriors series (Dynasty and Samurai), with the addition of several original mystical characters sourced primarily from the Japanese and Chinese mythologies and folktales here and there.. In contrast to other Warriors games, Warriors ...

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Video Games / And The Fandom Rejoiced - TV Tropes

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The mere announcement of a Back to the Future game by Telltale Games got a pop from the fandom. Then it was announced that Bob Gale (half of the original creative team) would be working on it. And the announcement that Christopher Lloyd would be voicing Doc Brown.

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Video Game / Warriors Orochi - TV Tropes

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Warriors Orochi (Musou Orochi; lit."Unmatched Orochi" in Japan) is a Massive Multiplayer Crossover video game series made by Koei, crossing over their historical Warriors series (Dynasty and Samurai), with the addition of several original mystical characters sourced primarily from the Japanese and Chinese mythologies and folktales here and there.. In contrast to other Warriors games, Warriors ...

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With cheats, however, you can walk past the wall to fight Orochi, here, you actually run into dialogue exclusive to running into him there, and defeating him will still end the stage normally.²* DidWeJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu: A major part of Bonds in the third game, where you can invite anyone to a pleasant banquet (from the Tea House, no less ...

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Warriors Orochi / WMG - TV Tropes

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Warriors Orochi 4 will still use the DW 8 and SW 4 movesets and weapons. The teaser poster shows Zhao Yun and Sanada Yukimura in their DW 8 and SW 4 . So, it's likely that the DW characters would use their old moveset and weapons from DW 8 instead of DW 9 which already overhauled the gameplay system.

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The Witches' Tea Party (Video Game) - TV Tropes

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The Witches' Tea Party is the 2016 prequel to Trick & Treat, both RPGs made by Rabbiton. The young witch Charlotte (when she was even younger) went to a tea party with her grandmother Marilyn. There she met all the other witches in the world for the first time.

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The Witches' Tea Party (Video Game) - TV Tropes

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The Witches' Tea Party is the 2016 prequel to Trick & Treat, both RPGs made by Rabbiton.. The young witch Charlotte (when she was even younger) went to a tea party with her grandmother Marilyn. There she met all the other witches in the world for the first time.

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The Witches' Tea Party / Characters - TV Tropes

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The characters page for The Witches' Tea Party. As always, beware of SPOILERS. The Witches CharlotteThe protagonist, a young witch who's Marilyn's granddaughter. She's cheerful, short-tempered and curious, wanting to show to her fellow witches …

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The Witches' Tea Party / Characters - TV Tropes

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The characters page for The Witches' Tea Party. As always, beware of SPOILERS. The Witches CharlotteThe protagonist, a young witch who's Marilyn's granddaughter. She's cheerful, short-tempered and curious, wanting to show to her fellow witches …

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The Witches' Tea Party (Video Game) - TV Tropes

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The Witches' Tea Party is the 2016 prequel to Trick & Treat, both RPGs made by Rabbiton.. The young witch Charlotte (when she was even younger) went to a tea party with her grandmother Marilyn. There she met all the other witches in the world for the first time.

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Tales of Maj'Eyal (Video Game) - TV Tropes

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Tales of Maj'Eyal is a Roguelike with a long history, stretching back at least 10 years. Originally titled Pernband, it was a variant of the classic Roguelike Angband with Pern influences — although all Pern influences were removed following a Cease and Desist letter in the late 90s. It was then renamed Tales of Middle Earth, the various Tolkien elements refined and perfected, and ...

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