Game Over


Fans realize something Warashi does not, that robust 10-year-old Japan Amusement Arcade Hit, while seeming healthy, is in actuality as fragile as two bricks tied together with tissue paper. One mistake, one bad mis-step will cause the entire thing to shatter and fall apart; and Triggerheart Exelica would be ruined forever.

Fortunately, there is hope. The Triggerheart Exelica fanbase and the common gamers have resolved to remain ever vigilant against something that could Ruin Triggerheart Exelica Forever, and call out a warning if they see something that could potentially do so.

Some Triggerheart Exelica conservationists suggest a more extreme approach, that the franchise should abandon all attempts at re-invention and instead cater exclusively to the fans. Though attractive, this approach may prove impractical as a long-term solution.

Ruined Forever remains a serious threat to Triggerheart Exelica now and in the foreseeable future, though it's possible a proposed initiative requiring all Triggerheart Exelica fans to purchase an annual "Anchor Offset" could ensure our fragile brand's existence through the mid-21st century.

Things that have Ruined Triggerheart Exelica Forever in the pastEdit

In other words, pretty much everything...

Things that have Countered Those Edit

  • The Anchor Unit feature brought a new gameplay element on shmups.
  • Fan support via Fan Arts.
  • After realizing how unrewarding the Arrange Mode ending was, gamers and TH fans will not miss it.
  • Triggerheart Exelica made its way to the XBOX Live Arcade as a global release.
  • Although there's no Story Mode on the XBLA version, the game combines the Arcade Mode with some elements from Story Mode like the ending conditions and more dialogues.
  • Although it was only on i-mode games, the fan request of being able to play as Faintear Imitate was realized.
  • Changing Crueltear's design from Test Frame to Triggerheart was a good idea. The TH32 is such a sweet, hot lady.
  • The animated intro of Exelica Enhanced gave us an idea of how the characters would look like in an anime.
  • Kozue Shimizu made a good work changing Crueltear's voice on both Parallel Anchor and Triggerheart Exelica Enhanced, making it fit better on the TH32.
  • The original Triggerheart Faintear becomes playable in the PlayStation 2 port.
  • Number TH38 was just an error. Fortunately, it was corrected and now makes more sense that Faintear was numbered TH44 as a more advance successor of the TH32.
  • Despite its simplicity, the use of Event CG's, and even more in-game interruptions, the Story Mode of Triggerheart Exelica Enhanced is more detailed and complete than the Dreamcast version.
  • Crueltear's "Normal Ending" was uncensored on the Enhanced version.
  • Even if their swimsuits look more like their Spec Suits, it's good to see the Triggerhearts revealing more skin. Crueltear wearing a hot bikini, oh yeah!
  • i-mode owners can play with the Triggerhearts anytime, anywhere.
  • Kumash! cancellation makes justice to a villain such as Faintear Imitate. ¿Evildoers playing "Whack-a-Mole"? that doesn't sound good.
  • The existence of Sky Girls, RGB's Mother Maria, Valforce's Ai, Elena and Nagare and Hundred's Claire Harvey are a testimony of Triggerheart Exelica's popularity, fan attention and a potential to inspire other character designs and good competitors.
  • The XBOX One Backwards Compatibility of the XBLA port of Triggerheart Exelica gives both gamers and Triggerheart fans a second chance of playing the game once more.

Things that with no doubt will Ruin Triggerheart Exelica Forever in the future Edit

This page is based on the Transformers Wiki article "Ruined FOREVER", which is licensed under the GFDL.